## How To Calculate Mix Parlay Bet mix parlay is a horrifying betting system for many sportsbook bettor lovers. How not, the promised jackpot many times our balance, but if 1 fall then all parlay bets will also collapse. If we lose one full match, then hope is dashed. But if you only lose 1/2, there is still hope for us to get the boss’s victory money. In the following we will explain how to calculate a parlay to lose half, win half, or draw. For starters, hope you first know how to calculate the standard parlay and also understand what it is to lose 1/2.

## A. How to Calculate Parlay: Standard Count

By default, the parlay calculation has a formula like this: max payout = capital X odds 1 X odds 2 X odds 3 (and so on, if we place a parlay bet for more than 3 parties). For example, let’s look at the following picture:

Based on the above example, we will bet a parlay in 3 parties, namely:

1. Queens Park Rangers -0.25 (voor -1/4), the odds are @ 2.07
2. Leeds United -0.50 (voor -1/2), the odds are @ 2.36
3. Benfica vs Paok Under 2.50 (under 2 1/2), the odds are @ 2.01

If we install 300, then win (max payout) = 300 X 2.07 X 2.36 X 2.01 = 2945.7 according to the picture in the example above. So how do you count a half parlay if a team loses half?

## B. How to Calculate a Half Lost Parlay

For example, we choose 3 teams with the price odds according to the example image above. Then there is one team that drew in the match, we take the example, Queens Park Rangers the final draw. Then the odds calculation for the losing team is 1/2 will be 0.5.

1.(Lose 1/2) Queens Park Rangers -0.25 (voor -1/4), odds price @ 2.07 -> @ 0.5
2.(Win) Leeds United -0.50 (voor -1/2), the odds are @ 2.36
3.(Win) Benfica vs Paok Under 2.50 (under 2 1/2), the odds are @ 2.01

The result is multiplied like the initial formula. If we install 300, then win (max payout) = 300 X 0.5 X 2.36 X 2.01 = 711.5

If there is more than 1 match where the result loses 1/2, then the smaller the jackpot we get because the more often divided 2. For example:

1. (Lose 1/2) Queens Park Rangers -0.25 (voor -1/4), odds price @ 2.07 -> @ 0.5
2. (Win) Leeds United -0.50 (voor -1/2), the odds are @ 2.36
3. (Win) Benfica vs Paok Under 2.50 (under 2 1/2), the odds are @ 2.01
4. (Lose 1/2) Real Madrid -2.25 (voor 2 1/4), the odds are @ 2.04 -> @ 0.5

The result is multiplied like the initial formula, with 2X odds 0.5 (because there are 2 matches that lose half). If we install 300, then win (max payout) = 300 X 0.5 X 2.36 X 2.01 X 0.5 = 355.77

## C. How to Calculate Parlay: Draw 1 team

Calculation of the match odds will not be counted (multiplied by 1 ordinary). For an example, please look at the following example:

1. (Win) Queens Park Rangers -0.25 (voor -1/4), the odds are @ 2.07
2. (Draw) Leeds United -1 (voor -1), odds price @ 2.36 -> @ 1
3. (Win) Benfica vs Paok Under 2.50 (under 2 1/2), the odds are @ 2.01

The result is multiplied like the initial formula. If we install 300, then win (max payout) = 300 X 2.07 X 1 X 2.01 = 1285.5

## D. How to Calculate Parlay: Win 1/2

Calculation of odds that wins half will be +1 then divided by 2. For example please see the following example:

1. (Win) Queens Park Rangers -0.25 (voor -1/4), the odds are @ 2.07
2. (Win) Leeds United -0.50 (voor -1/2), the odds are @ 2.36
3. (Win 1/2) Benfica vs Paok Under 2.25 (under 2 1/4), odds price @ 2.01 -> (2.01 + 1): 2 = 1.51

The result is multiplied like the initial formula. If we install 300, then win (max payout) = 300 X 2.07 X 2.36 X 1.51 = 2213.0

The calculation is quite easy right? For calculations with a higher number of parlay bets, we just need to add the multiplication of the odds according to our bet list. That’s how to calculate the half-lost parlay that we have summarized.