A treble is a type of a Multibet which consists of three selections to form one single bet, Important to note is the fact that each leg placed on a treble must be placed on a different sporting event. For Example, you can’s have 2 selections from a match between Kaizer Chiefs v Orlando Pirates, playing in the PSL. We only provide treble bets for today’s matches. If you don’t like our treble matches and would rather bet on a pool, we also provide tips for spotstake 13 pools.
The treble is a bet where three selections are made and the returns from the first are rolled over to the second, then the returns from the second rolled over to the third. All of your three selections must be correct for you to win your bet. While accumulators such as six-folds or eight-folds can be extremely hard to land, trebles are much easier to get right and this is one of the main reasons they are so useful.
A treble is slightly more risky than a ‘double’ because of the one extra selection but probability of winning using trebles is very high and many punters have realised profits using this method and it is one of the most popular multiple bets placed by punters.
Trebles are not limited to soccer betting only but are quite popular in all sporting events especially horse racing. Punters who consistently bet on trebles make a lot of money out of sports betting.
Punters usually combine three strong favourites into a treble, and this will help boost the odds because generally favourites have lower odds , so this is a way of boosting your odds. You can also include one leg at higher odds than two favourites, and this will boost your winnings even more.
Trebles are extremely flexible and you can add different types of bet into them. For example, you could have one team to win, both teams to score in another game, and over 2.5 goals to be scored in a third match.