Union Jack Patent Bet Calculator

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Use our Union Jack Patent Bet calculator to work out your winnings now.

If you have won on your Union Jack Patent you’ll want to work out what you’ve won – we’ve made that easy with our free, mobile-friendly Union Jack Patent bet calculator.

To calculate your winnings, simply use our free bet calculator below – enter the results of your nine selections, preferred odds format, betting odds and total stake – we’ll then work out your total return and total profits.

Use our Union Jack Patent calculator now and work out your winnings:

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Total Outlay:

Total Return:

Total Profit:


How to Use the Union Jack Patent Bet Calculator

Here is the step by step guide on how to use the Union Jack Patent betting calculator:

  1. Select “Union Jack Patent” on the ‘Bet Type’ dropdown
  2. The ‘Number of Selections’ should default to 9 selections
  3. Select the ‘Outcome’ for each selection like “Winner”, “Placed”, “Lost”, “Void’, “Dead heat”
  4. Select the ‘Odds’ for each selection such as “5/1”, “10/1”, “7/2”
  5. Select the ‘Stake’ wagered per bet for example, “£10”, “£2”, “£5”
  6. The Union Jack Patent betting calculator will work out total outlay, total return and total profit

Union Jack Patent Calculator

Frequently Asked Question about the Union Jack Patent

The most popular questions we get asked about a Union Jack Patent bet and the Union Jack Patent Bet calculator are:

What is a Union Jack Patent Bet?

A Union Jack Patent Bet is 56 individual bets with nine picks.

The 56 bets consist of:

  • 8 trebles
  • 24 doubles
  • 24 singles

These form horizontal, vertical and diagonal bets!

Groupings are determined by laying out the selections in a 3×3 union jack grid. This forms three horizontal patents, three vertical patents and two diagonal patents in the design of the union jack flag. Hence the name of the bet!

Do All Picks Have to Win on a Union Jack Patent Bet?

All picks do not have to win for you to receive a return on a Union Jack Patent Bet.

You only need one winner or even one placed horse if you bet on an each-way Union Jack Patent bet.

As the Union Jack Patent includes 24 single bets you only need 1 selection to win or place to make a return.

How to Place a Union Jack Patent Bet?

Here is a step by step guide on how to place Union Jack Patent Bet:

  1. Choose nine racehorses or sporting selections you want to bet on
  2. Add all 9 selections to your betting slip
  3. Look under the ‘multiple’ segment and tick ‘Union Jack Patent ’
  4. Enter the amount that you want to wager (bear in mind your stake will be multiplied by 56)
  5. Double-check your choices and click ‘place bets’

This obviously applies to online betting, if you don’t have an online betting account be sure to check out our guide to the best horse racing betting websites where we review the top betting sites. Alternatively, check out our full UK betting sites list.

Which Bookmakers Accept a Union Jack Patent bet?

Not all major betting brands accept a Union Jack Patent bet.

If punters add 9 selections to a betting slip then the following bookies show the chance of placing a Union Jack Patent bet type:

Summary of Union Jack Patent Calculator

The Union Jack Patent bet is a large bet type totalling 56 different bets.

As only one selection needs to win or place (if selecting an each-way Union Jack Patent bet) out of nine, then the chances of a return are very high.

That said, with 56 bets trying to work out what you are expecting back from the bookies can be tricky – unless you use our free bet calculator at the top of this page.

Good luck with your bet!

Betting Calculators

We have created a bet calculator for every type of bet you can place on horse racing. Everything from a standard Union Jack bet to Goliaths, singles and Yankees.

To use the free bet calculators you select the bet you want, the number of selections, results and stake and it does all the hard work – it will work out your return & total profit.