## How does an equally divided bet work?

Equally divided is a term used to describe how the return from a selection in an each way multiple or any to come bet, is split to provide the win and place stakes for the next selection in the bet. It is also sometimes referred to as each way all each way, and simply involves splitting the return into two equal parts.

**How does an each-way accumulator bet work?**

Each-way accumulator bets come as two separate bets, meaning that the stake you are placing is then doubled. For example, if we were to place a £1 bet on the above accumulator and make it each way, the stake would become £2 as it is covering the two bets.

**What is accumulator each-way?**

An each-way accumulator is a two-part bet, designed to ensure punters get something back if their runners fail to win outright but manage to place. The second part of an each-way accumulator sees a single bet placed on all selections to ‘place’ i.e. finish in the top three or four of the race.

### How do each-way trebles work?

What is an each-way treble bet? An each-way treble is made up of two separate bets: a win treble and a place treble. Because you are placing two bets, the stake will be doubled. For example, if you place £5 on an each-way treble, your stake is doubled to £10, £5 for the win part and £5 for the place part.

**What does equally divided mean?**

To “divide evenly” means that one number can be divided by another without anything left over. In other words no remainder! Example: 6 can be evenly divided by 2 (3 times exactly) But 7 cannot be evenly divided by 2, as there will be one left over.

**What is an equally divided bet?**

Use the adverb equally to mean “the same way” or “in similar shares.” Something that’s divided equally is split evenly or fairly between people. Your mom might say that she loves you and your brother equally — in other words, her affection is fairly distributed between the two of you.

## How much do you win on each way bet?

Each Way Explained This means you can receive a return on your bet if your selection wins, but also if it just places. When placing an each way bet, you stake an amount on both the win and the place. So if you place £5 each way, you’ll be placing £5 on the win and £5 on the place, a total of £10.

**Which is an example of an each way accumulator?**

Here is an example of an each way accumulator on horse racing. Each-way accumulator bets are two separate bets which means the stake is doubled. For example, if we were to place a £1 bet on the above accumulator and make it each way, the stake would become £2 as it is covering the two bets.

**How is an accumulator bet different from a single bet?**

An accumulator bet is one bet made up of multiple selections that are combined in one bet. All of the selections need to come in for the bet to win. The accumulator pays higher odds than if you were to place single selections because of the greater risk, with multiple outcomes needing to be successful for your bet to guarantee a return.

### What happens if you combine multiple sports into an accumulator?

The odds are bundled together to create greater value for the bettor but if one of your selections loses then your accumulator bet loses in its entirety, hence the increased risk. Most sports have accumulators available, including football, horse racing and tennis, but bookmakers may stop you from combining multiple sports into an accumulator.

**How to calculate the profit of an accumulator?**

The Accumulator Bet Calculator allows you to calculate the stake, return and profit for Accumulators containing up to 20 selections, including perms of smaller Folds if required, with the same comprehensive range of options available to the Free Bet Calculator.