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by Douglas

Hi there ,can you please explain what bet i would have with a non runner involved.I did an accumulator and 4 trebles and i had winners at 13/2
and a non runner (25 p deduction)
my stake was to units of 10 p.can you please let me know what my returns should be .Many thanks

Answer: To calculate the treble return, we multiply the decimal odds of each individual selection and then multiply the result by the stake.

Here's how we can do it:

Convert the odds to decimals:

13/2 = 6.5
4/1 = 4
5/1 = 5

Multiply the decimal odds:
6.5 * 4 * 5 = 130

Multiply the result by the stake:
130 * 10p = £13

Therefore, the return for your treble bet with a 10p stake would be £13.

The trebles and fourfold without the Non Runner would revert to win singles.

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