Patent Bet Calculator

Our free Patent Bet calculator will work out your returns if you have won on a patent bet, so you know how much you can expect back from the bookies. 

Our mobile-friendly and easy to use patent bet calculator will work out your winnings, simply enter the results, stake and odds and it will do all the hard work.

Use the Patent Bet calculator now:

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How to Use the Patent Bet Calculator

Here is the step by step guide how to use the Patent bet calculator:

  1. Select “Patent” on the ‘Bet Type’ dropdown
  2. The ‘Number of Selections’ should default to 3 selections
  3. Select the ‘Outcome’ for each selection like “Winner”, “Placed”, “Lost”, “Void” or “Non-runner”
  4. Select the ‘Odds’ for each selection like “33/1”, “12/1”, “50/1” – you can also select your preferred odds format such as fractional or decimal
  5. Select the ‘Stake’ wagered per bet, for example, “£1”, “£20”, “£5”
  6. The Patent bet Calculator will work out total outlay, total return and total profit

Patent Bet Calculator

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the most popular questions we get asked about a patent bet:

What is a Patent Bet?

A Patent bet is similar to a Trixie, only three singles bets are added to each selection.

So, how exactly does the Patent bet work? In total there are seven bets and just three selections. If you were to stake a £1 win-only bet, it would cost £7.

You can receive a return from just one winning selection, although it’s unlikely to exceed the stake that you placed.  It’s a simple bet to place, yet it can be difficult to calculate the winnings, which is why we recommend using our bet calculator.

Patent Bet Explained

It’s an easy one to understand and it’s just as simple to make this bet. One thing that isn’t as easy is to calculate the amount you have won. If all bets haven’t won, then you’re best to check out an official bet calculator. The profit is determined by the price of each bet placed.

The bet is one that consists of only three selections and it’s spread over seven bets.  Those bets are:

  • 3 x singles
  • 3 x doubles
  • 1 x treble

Patent bet patents are:

  • They are popular for horse-racing and football markets
  • Seven bets over three selections
  • High probability of return
  • Multiply the stake by seven to equally spread

How to Place a Patent Bet

It’s super-simple, you only need to worry about the three events, race or matches that you wish to wager on. Once you have picked those via the online bookmaker that you want to use, you can then click onto multiple bets.

Input the stake into the Patent Bet box. It’s that easy!

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You can also place in betting shops across the country by filling in a simple betting slip.

Summary

If you want to place a treble but you’re worried that one result may let you down, a Patent bet may be perfect for you; they provide different combinations that keep things exciting.

If one bet loses, you still have a good chance of making money. If one selection is correct you could still receive a win although it’s unlikely to put you at profit.

So give a Patent bet a go next time you’re browsing the online sportsbooks and see how you get on!

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