Lucky 63 Betting Calculator

Placed a Lucky 63 bet? Check out your potential returns below by filling out our Lucky 63 betting calculator.

Lucky 63 Betting Guide

Lucky 63 bets is the largest format of Lucky bet types from the three options available. This particular bet consists of six selections that can be placed across different events. These six bets come together to create 63 separate bets, these include a six-fold accumulator, 6 five-fold accumulators, 15 four-fold accumulators, 20 trebles, 15 doubles and six single bets. If all selections win, this bet can be very profitable. However, this bet offers opportunities for consolation wins if just one selection wins. If you're placing a Lucky 63 on Horse Racing, you'll have the option to select the likes of 'dead heat' and 'place' in our bet calculator.

Lucky 63 Bet Calculator

Use our Lucky 63 Bet Calculator to calculate the stake and any potential returns that you may have for your bet. The more selections you add, the higher your lucky multiple bet may be. Lucky 63 is the largest variant with Lucky 15 and Lucky 31 falling underneath.

How to use the BetUK Lucky 63 betting calculator?

The 'Lucky' series of bets aren't the most complicated bet types in the world but they do still take a little bit of experience to get your head firmly wrapped around them, this is why if you're not experienced with the 'Lucky' bets, you should look to use a betting calculator which will be able to tell you what your profit/loss will be for a single double winning all the way to the full accumulator win. In this instance, for a Lucky 63 bet, you'll have a sixfold accumulator and 63 bets of equal value. Check out our step-by-step guide to using our Lucky 63 bet calculator.

Step 1: As the Lucky 63 bet type is already selected, your first order of business will be determining whether or not your bet will/is an each-way bet. This will be shown on your betslip and has to be selected by the bettor. Same applies for 'Dead Heat' and 'Rule 4'. If you wish to learn more about these terms, check out our betting guides.

Step 2: Select the correct format for your odds, these will either be Decimal or Fractional, this is a step you must do before inputting any odds.

Step 3: Add your total stake into the calculator

Step 4: Input the odds from your bet slip into the calculator and view your potential winnings.

Step 5 Each odds section will have win, lost, void or placed, select the right outcome for each bet, the placed option will only appear if you have selected an each way bet. As this is a Lucky 15 bet, some options in your bet may lose, so check out what you could still turn a profit with by selecting certain bets to lose.

What is a Lucky 63 Bet?

A Lucky 63 bet consists of 63 bets of equal value. These bets consist of four selections which are added in a wide variety of ways, they are: a six-fold accumulator, 6 five-fold accumulators, 15 four-fold accumulators, 20 trebles, 15 doubles and six single bets. This is a bet with a number of pros and cons, so be sure to read up on all potential bets you can place.

Can Lucky 63's Bets be profitable?

Lucky 63 bets can definitely be profitable but there are also large risks that come from any multiple bets. Depending on your stakes, it is possible that a single bet could lead to a profit but typically most bets will require multiple winning selections to be profitable.

For calculating your bets there are a few more factors that need to be considered including the price of each selection and the total stake.

For example, if you were to place a total of £98.54 (closest possible value to £100) with each horse priced at 3/1, your totals would equal:

O Selection Wins - £0 return with a loss of £98.54

1 selection wins – £11.06 return with a loss of £88.48

2 selection wins –  £37.92 return with a loss of £61.62

3 selection wins – £195,92 return with a profit of £96.38

4 selection wins –  £985.92 return with a profit of £886.38

5 selection wins - £4,935 return with a profit of £4836

6 selection wins - £24,932 return with a profit of £24,833

In this situation, you can find that one winner can make a world of difference, with two wins, players would make a loss of £61.62 but with three make a profit of £96.38, naturally, this differs depending on the size of your bet but it does demonstrate exactly how profitable these bets can be. With a small distance being the difference between a large loss and a sizable win, we recommend always doing your research before placing these bets.

Lucky 63 Bet Pros

Lucky 63 bets have produced some of the largest winning online bets in the world which is why they're particularly popular amongst experienced horse racing bettors. Lucky 63 bets with high odds can provide profits with small victories and also a level of security that accumulator bets do not.

Lucky bets come on a high risk, high reward basis, if you place a Lucky 15 bet, your chance of victory is higher but the potential payouts are shorter, while with a Lucky 63, your chances of victory as slimer but the potential payouts are significantly higher.

Lucky 63 Bet Cons

The first Lucky 63 disadvantage is similar to that of all multiple bets, the stake. For this bet, the initial stake of each bet is multiplied by 63 to accumulate to the total stake. This is one of the highest multiplications for multiples betting. The higher your multiple, the greater your risk. If you have a basic stake of £1 per bet, your total stake will be £63.

Can I place each way Lucky 63 bets?

Yes! Any Lucky 63 bet can be expanded to cover Each Way, which means if you're looking to place a bet on four different horse races, you can do so with just one bet. This will simultaneously cover both win bets and place bets for all horses that are included in your selections. As the chances of a Lucky 63 bet coming off are relatively low, we recommend utilising the Each Way option on any bet you place.

Are Lucky Bets similar to Heinz bets?

Lucky bets are very similar to Heinz bets. However, the main difference is that with Lucky bets, they contain single bets while Heinz bets only contain doubles, trebles and accumulators. With six additional single bets, there is an increased opportunity for winner consolation with just one stake.

Are Lucky 63 Bets popular?

Lucky 63's have medium popularity in comparison to the other lucky bets around it. As the highest risk of the three lucky bets, it is popular amongst those who bet for the idea of a big win. These bettors are content losing higher sums of money for the opportunity to win big. We recommend these bets for seasoned bettors only and this is not a bet recommended for new bettors.

What sports should I use for Lucky 63 Bets?

There are three sports that are common for Lucky 63 betting are Football, Horse Racing and Greyhounds, these are also some of the most popular sports in the world. Football provides a wide range of markets with over 100 different ways to bet on each match, however, the average odds per match are relatively small. On the other hand, Greyhounds and Horse Racing have a smaller range of markets but significantly higher odds on average. So if you're looking for smaller wins but heightened opportunities to win, check out football, if you're looking for larger odds, check out Greyhounds and Horse Racing betting.

Can I use Free Bet stakes on a Lucky 63 bet?

Yes! Although it won't tally up to the exact amount of your free bet stake. If you've unlocked £10 in Free Bets, you'll only be able to use up £9.45 on a Lucky 31 bet which equates to 0.15p per bet. You can turn our bet calculator above into a free bet calculator by clicking the free bet option attached when adding your bet details.

If you're looking for free bets at Bet UK, be sure to check out our free bet offers. We currently have an offer for £30 in free bets with a £10 required deposit. We also have free bets for events but they have a free bet expiry date, so you won't be able to claim these bets outside of the competition time. Please note that all free bets exclude virtuals.

What odds format should I use for the Bet Calculator?

You can use Decimal or Fractional odds when utilising the bet calculator on Bet UK. To change this, click the drop-down menu attached to our calculator and select your option. We recommend using the Fractional odds format, so it is easier to work out your Lucky 63 bet. Decimal bets are typically harder to read and therefore aren't recommended for multiples bets such as the Lucky 63 bet.

What bet types can I find at Bet UK?

There are dozens of bet types that can be found at Bet UK, including:

Accumulator Bets*

Canadian Bets

Double Bets

Each Way Bets

Goliath Bets

Heinz Bets

Lucky 15 Bets

Lucky 31 Bets

Lucky 63 Bets

Patent Bets

Trixie Bets

Yankee Bets

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