Anti-Accumulator Bets on Betwinner

What is an Anti-Accumulator Bet?

An anti-accumulator bet is the opposite of an accumulator in terms of bet settlement. The bet wins if the relevant accumulator loses. This type of bet is beneficial for those who want to increase their chances of winning by betting on multiple unrelated outcomes, where at least one selection must fail to win for the bet to succeed.

Key Features of Anti-Accumulator Bets:

  • Selection Criteria: The bet must include two or more selections on unrelated events.
  • Winning Condition: The bet wins if at least one selection does not win.
  • Odds Calculation: The combined odds of an anti-accumulator are based on the opposite of the winning probability of an accumulator consisting of the same selections.

How to Place an Anti-Accumulator Bet on Betwinner

Access the Sports Section: Log into your Betwinner account and navigate to the sports section. Browse through the various sports and events such as football, basketball, and tennis.

Select Multiple Unrelated Events: Choose the events you want to include in your anti-accumulator bet. Ensure that these events are unrelated, meaning their outcomes do not affect each other.

Decide on Your Outcomes: For each selected event, decide on the specific outcomes you want to include. These could be:

  • The winner of each match.
  • The total points or goals scored.
  • Specific event results, such as correct score or first scorer.

Add Selections to Your Bet Slip: Click on the desired outcomes to add them to your bet slip. Ensure that you include at least two selections to form a valid anti-accumulator.

Choose the Anti-Accumulator Option: On the bet slip, select the anti-accumulator option from the dropdown menu. The combined odds for the anti-accumulator will be calculated automatically by Betwinner’s system.

Enter Your Stake: Enter the total amount you want to wager on the anti-accumulator bet. The stake will be applied to the entire bet.

Place Your Anti-Accumulator Bet: Review the summary of your anti-accumulator bet, including the events, selected outcomes, and potential payouts. Confirm and place your bet.

Monitor Your Bets: After placing your anti-accumulator bet, keep track of the progress of each selection to see how your bets are performing.

Example of an Anti-Accumulator Bet

Let’s consider an example to illustrate how an anti-accumulator bet is settled. The bet slip includes three selections:

Your Anti-Accumulator Bet Selections:

  • Selection 1: Odds 1.25
  • Selection 2: Odds 1.65
  • Selection 3: Odds 1.85
  • Total Stake: $100

For this accumulator, the combined odds are 3.81. The winning odds of the respective anti-accumulator are calculated to be 1.17 by Betwinner’s software.

 Anti-Accumulator Bet Example

SelectionOddsCombined Accumulator OddsAnti-Accumulator OddsPotential Return
Selection 11.25
Selection 21.653.811.17$100 x 1.17 = $117
Selection 31.85

Potential Outcomes of an Anti-Accumulator Bet

At Least One Selection Loses:

If at least one selection does not win (is not predicted correctly), and the other selections win, the return will be calculated as $100 x 1.17 = $117.

Payout Adjustment:

If there is a payout at odds of 1.00 on Selection 3, the final odds of the accumulator will be 2.06. The winning odds of the respective anti-accumulator will increase from 1.17 to 1.58. If Selection 1 or Selection 2 do not win, the anti-accumulator bet will win, and the return will be $100 x 1.58 = $158.

Multiple Payout Adjustments:

If there is a payout at odds of 1.00 on Selection 2 and Selection 3, the final odds of the accumulator will be 1.25. The winning odds of the respective anti-accumulator will increase from 1.17 to 3.16. If Selection 1 does not win, the anti-accumulator will win, and the payout will be $100 x 3.16 = $316.

All Selections Win or All Selections at Odds of 1.00:

Should all selections win or be settled at odds of 1.00, the anti-accumulator bet will lose. If all selections are settled at odds of 1.00, the stake will be refunded to the Customer’s account.

Conclusion

Anti-accumulator bets on Betwinner offer a strategic way to bet on multiple outcomes where your bet wins if at least one selection fails. This type of bet provides an alternative approach to traditional accumulators and can help diversify your betting strategy. Understanding how to place and manage anti-accumulator bets can enhance your chances of winning on Betwinner!

FAQ

What is an Anti-Accumulator Bet?

An anti-accumulator bet is a type of bet that wins if at least one selection in a combination of bets loses. It is the opposite of a traditional accumulator bet.

How are the odds calculated for Anti-Accumulator Bets?

The odds for an anti-accumulator bet are calculated based on the opposite of the winning probability of an accumulator consisting of the same selections.

How do I place an Anti-Accumulator Bet on Betwinner?

To place an anti-accumulator bet on Betwinner, select multiple unrelated events, decide on outcomes, add them to your bet slip, choose the anti-accumulator option, and place your bet.

Do I need to be registered to place an Anti-Accumulator Bet on Betwinner?

Yes, you must be a registered user on Betwinner to place an anti-accumulator bet. Follow our registration guide if you haven’t signed up yet.

What happens if all selections in an Anti-Accumulator Bet win?

If all selections in an anti-accumulator bet win, the anti-accumulator bet loses. If all selections are settled at odds of 1.00, the stake will be refunded to your account.