Conditional Bets on Betwinner

Conditional bets on Betwinner offer a unique and flexible way to combine single bets and accumulators on unrelated outcomes. This type of bet provides the opportunity to manage your stakes strategically across different selections. 

What is a Conditional Bet?

A conditional bet on Betwinner is a combination of single bets and accumulators on unrelated outcomes. The main peculiarity of a conditional bet is that it allows you to determine the order of outcomes and manage your stakes based on the returns from preceding bets.

Key Features of Conditional Bets:

  • Order of Outcomes: You can specify the order in which the outcomes will be settled on your bet slip.
  • Stake Management: You can set the stake for each outcome, but the stake for subsequent outcomes cannot exceed the returns from preceding outcomes.
  • Initial Stake: If you choose to specify only the initial stake, each subsequent outcome’s stake will automatically be set to the maximum return from the previous selection.
  • Losing Selections: If the first selection loses, the entire conditional bet loses. The bet is also terminated if any subsequent selection loses and there are no funds left for further stakes.

How to Place a Conditional Bet on Betwinner

Access the Sports Section: Log into your Betwinner account and navigate to the sports section. Here, you can browse through a variety of sports and events such as football, basketball, and tennis.

Select Multiple Unrelated Events: Choose the events you want to include in your conditional bet. Ensure 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 like the correct score or the first scorer.

Add Selections to Your Bet Slip: Click on the desired outcomes to add them to your bet slip. Ensure you add them in the order you want them to be settled.

Specify Your Stakes: Choose the stake for each outcome. You can specify the initial stake, and if desired, the stakes for subsequent outcomes, ensuring they do not exceed the returns from preceding selections.

Choose Conditional Bet: Select conditional from the dropdown list.

Place Your Conditional Bet: Review the summary of your conditional bet, including the events, selected outcomes, stakes, and potential payouts. Confirm and place your bet.

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

Example of a Conditional Bet

Let’s consider an example to illustrate how a conditional bet is settled. The conditional bet consists of three blocks:

Your Conditional Bet Selections:

  • Block 1: Odds 1.15, stake $100 (the stake paid by the customer when the bet is accepted).
  • Block 2: A double with odds of 1.39 and 1.13. The stake is set as the maximum return.
  • Block 3: Odds 1.13, stake $100.

Conditional Bet Example

BlockOddsStakeSourcePotential ReturnsResult
Block 11.15$100Initial Stake$115Initial stake paid by customer
Block 21.39 x 1.13$115Return from Block 1$180.63Stake set as maximum return
Block 31.13$100Return from Block 2N/ADependent on previous returns

Potential Outcomes of a Conditional Bet

Block 1 Loses:

The entire conditional bet loses, as there are no funds available for the subsequent blocks.

Block 1 Wins, Partial Success:

  • Block 1 wins, returning $115.
  • Block 2 (a double) wins with a maximum stake of $115. The return is 1.39 \times 1.13 \times 115 = 1.57 \times 115 = $180.63.
  • The stake for Block 3 is $100, deducted from the return of Block 2. The balance of $80.63 is credited to the conditional bet account.
  • Block 3 loses. The final return is $80.63.

Block 1 Wins, Full Success:

  • Block 1 wins, returning $115.
  • Block 2 wins with a maximum stake of $115. The return is 1.39 \times 1.13 \times 115 = 1.57 \times 115 = $180.63.
  • The stake for Block 3 is $100, deducted from the return of Block 2. The balance of $80.63 is credited to the conditional bet account.
  • Block 3 wins. The return is 100 \times 1.13 = $113.
  • The final return is 80.63 + 113 = $193.63.

Block 1 Wins, Block 2 Loses:

  • Block 1 wins, returning $115.
  • Block 2 (a double) loses, losing the maximum stake of $115.
  • Block 3 wins with a stake of $100. However, as Block 2 lost, no funds are available for Block 3.
  • The bet slip loses.

Conclusion

Conditional bets on Betwinner offer a flexible and strategic approach to betting, allowing you to manage your stakes across multiple unrelated outcomes. Understanding how to set up and manage conditional bets can help you maximize your betting returns and improve your overall betting strategy.

FAQ

What is a Conditional Bet?

A conditional bet is a combination of single bets and accumulators on unrelated outcomes, where the bettor can determine the order and stakes of each outcome.

How are the payouts calculated for Conditional Bets?

The payouts for conditional bets are calculated based on the returns from preceding selections, which are used to fund subsequent outcomes.

How do I place a Conditional Bet on Betwinner?

To place a conditional bet on Betwinner, select multiple unrelated events, decide on the outcomes, add them to your bet slip in order, and set your stakes. Confirm and place your bet.

Do I need to be registered to place a Conditional Bet on Betwinner?

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

What happens if my first selection in a Conditional Bet loses?

If the first selection in a conditional bet loses, the entire bet loses, as there will be no funds available for the subsequent outcomes.