To input a multi bet / accumulator / parlay, input the combined wagers as one bet. The odds will equal the product of the decimal odds.

For example, if you have a 3-leg multi bet with decimal odds of 2.60, 1.60 and 2.20, input the odds as =2.60*1.60*2.20

If you are using the spreadsheet with fractional odds, you can't multiple the fractional odds together to get the multi odds. You must first add 1 to each set of odds. This is because odds such as 8/15 in the UK correspond to 1 + 8/15 in decimal. You always add one to convert.

Suppose you have a five-leg multi bet that consists of the following fractional odds: 11/10, 8/15, 4/11, 4/9, 10/11.

If you're using the spreadsheet in fractional form, the correct formula is:

=(1 + 11/10)*(1 + 8/15)*(1 + 4/11)*(1 + 4/9)*(1 + 10/11) - 1

If you're using the spreadsheet in decimal form, the correct formula would be:

=(1 + 11/10)*(1 + 8/15)*(1 + 4/11)*(1 + 4/9)*(1 + 10/11)

At this stage exotic multiples (Trixies, Patents, Yankees, ...) are not explicitly supported. For these wagers you should input numerous bets to represent each possible payout combination. For example, using a Patent bet as an example, if you have a $10 base bet and every selection has 2.00 odds, you get the following wager:

The Patent bet ($10 * 7 = $70 wagered in total) will consist of:

In the spreadsheet you would input three $10 wagers at 2.00 odds, three $10 wagers at 4.00 odds, and one $10 wager at 8.00 odds. You would individually update each inputted bet based on which leg(s) of the Patent won.

You can learn more about exotic multiples

For example, if you have a 3-leg multi bet with decimal odds of 2.60, 1.60 and 2.20, input the odds as =2.60*1.60*2.20

If you are using the spreadsheet with fractional odds, you can't multiple the fractional odds together to get the multi odds. You must first add 1 to each set of odds. This is because odds such as 8/15 in the UK correspond to 1 + 8/15 in decimal. You always add one to convert.

Suppose you have a five-leg multi bet that consists of the following fractional odds: 11/10, 8/15, 4/11, 4/9, 10/11.

If you're using the spreadsheet in fractional form, the correct formula is:

=(1 + 11/10)*(1 + 8/15)*(1 + 4/11)*(1 + 4/9)*(1 + 10/11) - 1

If you're using the spreadsheet in decimal form, the correct formula would be:

=(1 + 11/10)*(1 + 8/15)*(1 + 4/11)*(1 + 4/9)*(1 + 10/11)

**Exotic multiples**At this stage exotic multiples (Trixies, Patents, Yankees, ...) are not explicitly supported. For these wagers you should input numerous bets to represent each possible payout combination. For example, using a Patent bet as an example, if you have a $10 base bet and every selection has 2.00 odds, you get the following wager:

The Patent bet ($10 * 7 = $70 wagered in total) will consist of:

- 3 singles at 2.00 odds
- 3 doubles at 4.00 odds (2.00 * 2.00)
- 1 treble at 8.00 odds (2.00 * 2.00 * 2.00)

In the spreadsheet you would input three $10 wagers at 2.00 odds, three $10 wagers at 4.00 odds, and one $10 wager at 8.00 odds. You would individually update each inputted bet based on which leg(s) of the Patent won.

You can learn more about exotic multiples

**here**.
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