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What Is A Lucky 63 Bet?
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What Is A Lucky 63 Bet?

A Lucky 63 bet is a popular bet which allows you to combine six selections into a multiple bet comprising six singles, 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 4-folds, six 5-folds, and one 6-fold – which is 63 bets, hence the name Lucky 63.

Most bookies will let you choose your Lucky 63 selections from a wide range of sports such as horse racing, football, tennis, and golf. Many will also let you place multi-sport Lucky 63s, allowing you to combine your fancied selections from a variety of sports into one bet.

To illustrate this, consider your six selections to be called A, B, C, D, E, and F, and you can see how these selections are combined in the example Lucky 63 below. The “Xs” mark which selections are used in each bet.

Single 1X
Single 2X
Single 3X
Single 4X
Single 5X
Single 6X
Double 1XX
Double 2XX
Double 3XX
Double 4XX
Double 5XX
Double 6XX
Double 7XX
Double 8XX
Double 9XX
Double 10XX
Double 11XX
Double 12XX
Double 13XX
Double 14XX
Double 15XX
Treble 1XXX
Treble 2XXX
Treble 3XXX
Treble 4XX
Treble 5XXX
Treble 6XXX
Treble 7XXX
Treble 8XXX
Treble 9XXX
Treble 10XXX
Treble 11XXX
Treble 12XXX
Treble 13XXX
Treble 14XXX
Treble 15XXX
Treble 16XXX
Treble 17XXX
Treble 18XXX
Treble 19XXX
Treble 20XXX
4-Fold 1XXXX
4-Fold 2XXXX
4-Fold 3XXXX
4-Fold 4XXXX
4-Fold 5XXXX
4-Fold 6XXXX
4-Fold 7XXXX
4-Fold 8XXXX
4-Fold 9XXXX
4-Fold 10XXXX
4-Fold 11XXXX
4-Fold 12XXXX
4-Fold 13XXXX
4-Fold 14XXXX
4-Fold 15XXXX
5-Fold 1XXXXX
5-Fold 2XXXXX
5-Fold 3XXXXX
5-Fold 4XXXXX
5-Fold 5XXXXX
5-Fold 6XXXXX

Cost of a Lucky 63 Bet

When placing a win Lucky 63, you simply multiply your stake by 63x to get the total cost of your bet. If you want to place an each-way Lucky 63, this costs twice as much, so simply multiply your stake 122x. For example, a £1 Lucky win 63 will cost you £63 and a £1 each-way Lucky 63 will cost you £62.

Advantages of a Lucky 63 Bet

The main advantage of a Lucky 63 is it gives you loads of different chances to win. You’ll get some money back if just one of your selections wins or places, and many bookies boost one winning selection on a Lucky 63 by offering double or even triple the odds.

A Lucky 63 also gives you the chance to land big winning bets, with those doubles, trebles, 4-folds, 5-folds, and 6-fold. Lucky 63 bets are especially popular at big horse racing meetings, where you get the chance to combine six selections at big odds.

For example, imagine those big juicy handicaps at either Royal Ascot, the Cheltenham Festival, or the Grand National Meeting. You could easily combine winning selections at say 8/1, 10/1, 12/1, 14/1, 16/1, and 20/1. The combined odds of those six horses winning would be over 13,000,000/1, meaning you could be a millionaire for just a 10p Lucky 63 – or just £6.30.

Even a 10p each-way Lucky 63 in which all six of the above selections only placed would win you over £900. You could also have all sorts of combinations of winners and placed horses that would offer a variety of different sized payouts. Some bookmakers even pay bonuses based on the number of winning selections you have.

Limits on Lucky 63 Payouts

Yes, they do. It’s a good idea to check what these limits are before you place your bet. Just imagine how disappointed you’d be if you thought you’d won a £13 Million by placing a £1 win lucky 63 on the above selections only to find that the limit of the bookie you bet with was only £100,000. However, many bookies do offer limits of £500,000 or even £1,000,000.

Don’t forget, if you do think you might have six big-priced winners, you can always place Lucky 63 bets to smaller stakes with a few bookmakers. They’d then all pay out up to their limits and you could still win that big amount if you’re good enough to pick six big-priced winners.

Lucky 63 Calculator

As the name suggests, you’ll need to work out your winnings and losses from a total of 63 bets – and that can become quite time-consuming. That’s why we highly recommend using this calculator to work out your profit/loss from your Lucky 63 (especially as it’s free to use):

Lucky 63 Bet

Difference Between a Lucky 63 and a Heinz Bet?

A Heinz Bet is basically a Lucky 63 without the six single bets. That means there are only 57, which is why it is called a Heinz, after the Heinz 57 adverts if you’re not if enough to remember those. So, a Heinz bet will cost you 57 times your stake or 114 times if you’re betting each-way. You obviously don’t get any return on a Heinz unless at least two selections win (or place if an each-way Heinz) but you can, equally, use the stake from those hypothetical singles to increase the stake on your doubles, trebles, 4-folds, and acca to try and maximise your returns. The choice is yours.

Summary of a Lucky 63 Bet

– A Lucky 63 is a multiple bet combining six singles, 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 4-folds, six 5-folds, and 6-fold
– A bet that derives its name because you are placing 63 bets on one betting slip
– A bet that offers a variety of pay outs from small ones to big ones
– You can place Lucky 63’s on a variety of sports and they’re especially popular for big horse racing meetings
– You can often combine selections from different sports into a Lucky 63 with many bookmakers

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