Welcome to FreeBetCalc, the easiest to use bet calculator on the internet. The calculator works on any mobile device and has several features that no other calculator has. We show recommended bets for all accumulator and combination types such as lucky 15, lucky 31, lucky 63, Canadian, Yankee, Heinz and other exotic bet types. These recommendations are generated by an algorithm that looks for value bets. By combining value bets, you ensure that your combinations have the highest chance of generating a profit long term. We list recommended bets that you can add directly into the calculator and experiment. Very quickly you'll be able to see what effect certain losing bets (if you've chosen a full-cover bet type) will have on your bottom line.
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Scroll down to Recommended bets for 4th Oct and add a few of the recommendations into the calculator by clicking on any of the links with a calculator icon . From there, you can make adjustments in the options to get a feel for how your profits can change.
Recommendations available from 9.30am UK time.
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