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What does "Canadian" mean ?

A Canadian consists of 26 possible bet combinations involving selections in 5 different events.  The bet includes 10 doubles, 10 trebles, 5 four-folds plus an accumulator.


A double is a combination of 2 events, treble is a combination of 3 events, a four-fold is a combination of 4 events and an accumulator in this instance means a combination of all 5 events.


E.g You place a canadian bet on games A,B, C, D and E.
Let's say your stake is N50, please note that your total stake will be 50 X 26 = 1300
This is so because your stake is charged separately for each possible combination and winnings are credited for each correct combination as well.

Your combinations would be arranged thus:


10 doubles
A*B X 50 = Winnings 
A*C X 50 = Winnings
A*D X 50 = Winnings
A*E X 50 = Winnings
B*C X 50 = Winnings
B*D X 50 = Winnings
B*E X 50 = Winnings
C*D X 50 = Winnings
C*E X 50 = Winnings
D*E X 50 = Winnings

10 Trebles
A*B*C X 50 = Winnings
A*B*D X 50 = Winnings
A*B*E X 50 = Winnings
A*C*D X 50 = Winnings
A*C*E X 50 = Winnings
A*D*E X 50 = Winnings
B*C*D X 50 = Winnings
B*C*E X 50 = Winnings
B*D*E X 50 = Winnings
C*D*E X 50 = Winnings


5 Four-Folds
A*B*C*D X 50 = Winnings
A*C*D*E X 50 = Winnings
A*B*D*E X 50 = Winnings
B*C*D*E X 50 = Winnings
A*B*C*E X 50 = Winnings


Accumulator
A*B*C*D*E X 50 = Winnings


A minimum of 2 of your selections must be successful to get a return.


An example of a canadian bet is displayed in the attached picture

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