What Are System Bets?
System bets are a special sort of bets that you can usually place as soon as you add at least three separate selections to your betting slip. You can naturally ignore this option and place all your selections into an accumulator, but you should certainly explore it further if you’d like to get a payout even if some of your selections lose.
You see, system bets allow you to split your big accumulator into a series of doubles, triples, and other smaller accas. The variety of options most bookies are going to give you is simply astonishing, so you can play around with them and choose what suits you the best. In any case, what you’re going to get at the end of the day is a very different balance between risks and rewards that you’d get in the case of a regular accumulator bet.
And, if you think that the description of system bets sounds a lot like the description of combi bets, you’re actually spot on – the main difference is that the term “system bet” is typically used in cases in which each leg has just one selection, while the term “combi bet” is typically used in cases in which each leg has more than one selection.