Do you know how an Acca works?
Let me explain what an acca bet is during this guide. An accumulator bet, also known as an acca or a multiple, is a type of bet that combines two or more individual bets into one wager. In an accumulator bet, the odds of each individual bet are multiplied together, creating much higher odds than you would get from placing each bet separately.
However, all of the bets in an accumulator must win for the bettor to receive a payout. If one of the bets in the accumulator loses, the entire bet loses, and the bettor receives no payout.
For example, let’s say you place a $10 accumulator bet on three different football matches. Each match has odds of 2.0, meaning that if you place a $10 bet on each one, you would win $20 (your stake plus $10 in winnings) if each bet is successful.
However, in an accumulator bet, the odds of all three bets are multiplied together, resulting in much higher odds of 8.0. If all three bets win, your $10 bet would return $80 (your stake multiplied by the odds), which is a much higher payout than you would receive if you had placed three separate bets of $10 each. However, if any of the three bets lose, you receive no payout.
Would the winnings of the first part of the bet be the stake in the next part of the bet?
Yes, in an accumulator bet, the winnings from the first part of the bet are automatically rolled over and used as the stake for the second part of the bet. This process continues for all subsequent parts of the bet, so the final winnings of the accumulator bet can be quite substantial.
The total stake is calculated by adding up the stake values for each element in the accumulator. However, the winnings from each element are not automatically rolled over as the stake for the next element. Instead, the winnings are calculated separately and then added together at the end to determine the total winnings for the accumulator bet.