# What Is A Super Heinz Flag In Betting

Written By: Richard Smith
Last Updated: March 7, 2023

If you are looking for more details and an answer to the question “What Is A Super Heinz Flag Bet?” then here at OnTheBallBets, we have come up with a guide and betting cheat sheet explaining this advanced bet in detail.

I like to think of the Super Heinz Flag bet as a Super Heinz bet on rocket fuel, as it combines a total of 162 bets.

120 of those are the same bets you find in a standard Super Heinz (21 doubles, 35 trebles, 35 fourfolds 21 five-folds, 7 six-folds and 1 sevenfold) + 21 single stakes about bets which when added brings the total to 162 bets.

It is important to note that a single stakes about bet has two separate combinations (So 21 x 2 = 42 bets)

• How much does a Super Heinz Flag bet cost?
• How many combinations does a Super Heinz Flag Bet have?
• How does a Super Heinz Flag bet work?

We’ll explain and show you how many selections the bet has and how all the different 162 combinations work for this bet.

All of the info will be explained with tables and screenshots to help guide you along the way.

## HOW MUCH DOES A £0.20p SUPER HEINZ FLAG COST?

Depending on your betting style and how much you budget, will decide how much a Super Heinz Flag will cost. You can do these bets for smaller or larger stakes depending on your budget. Don’t forget that you should only bet amounts you can comfortably afford to lose.

Check out the table below, which shows you how much it costs for a twenty-pence Super Heinz Flag. You’ll also see the total bet amount and how much it will cost if, for example, you did the bet for £0.50, £1.00 and even £5 if you are a high roller.

The Super Heinz Flag is a unique bet as it contains seven selections, but is not like a normal Super Heinz bet.

This is a great bet for advanced punters. It has seven selections and combines doubles, trebles, fourfold accumulators, fivefold accumulators, sixfold accumulators, and a single sevenfold accumulator as well as twenty-one single stakes about bets.

So you have 162 separate bets that are within a Super Heinz Flag bet, and the great thing is that you only need one selection to be successful to get a return on your initial outlay.

## HOW MANY COMBINATIONS DOES AN Super Heinz Flag HAVE?

In the table below you can see how many combinations in total the Super Heinz Flag has.

Understanding the different combinations is important with any type of bet, but even more so with the Super Heinz Flag bet.

This is an advanced betting strategy but can be used for win and each way bets

Firstly you will want to select your horses, so let’s look at seven mythical selections, and for this example, we’ll use a £1.00p win stake, so your total outlay is £162.

• Selection A – 4/1
• Selection B – 4/1
• Selection C – 5/1
• Selection D – 5/1
• Selection E – 6/1
• Selection F – 6/1
• Selection G – 7/1

Of course, we want to win if possible, but also mitigate as much risk as possible. The table below shows how all of the different one hundred and sixty-two bets work with selections A, B, C, D, E, F & G.

And of course, with a Super Heinz Flag, you only need one horse to win (in a win Super Heinz Flag)

## WHAT ARE SINGLE STAKES ABOUT BETS AND HOW DO THEY WORK?

In relation to the Super Heinz Flag Bet, we want to show you all of the “Single Stakes About” combinations in a Super Heinz Flag, as we realise many punters might not understand this portion of the bet fully.

Remember, we have 21 Single Stakes About options which gives us 42 of our 162 total bets.

Below you will find an explanation and calculation of all of the single stakes about bets using our example odds of 4/1, 4/1, 5/1, 5/1, 6/1, 6/1 and 7/1.

Bet 1:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection A at 4/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection B at 4/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection A wins then we have a return of £5.
• We keep £4 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection B.
• So if selection B wins then we have a return of £5.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £9.

Bet 2:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection B at 4/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection A at 4/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection B wins then we have a return of £5.
• We keep £4 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection A.
• So if selection A wins then we have a return of £5.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £9.

Bet 3:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection A at 4/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection C at 5/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection A wins then we have a return of £5.
• We keep £4 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection C.
• So if selection C wins then we have a return of £6.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £10.

Bet 4:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection C at 5/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection A at 4/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection C wins then we have a return of £6.
• We keep £5 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection A.
• So if selection A wins then we have a return of £5.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £10.

Bet 5:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection A at 4/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection D at 5/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection A wins then we have a return of £5.
• We keep £4 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection D.
• So if selection D wins then we have a return of £6.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £10.

Bet 6:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection D at 5/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection A at 4/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection D wins then we have a return of £6.
• We keep £5 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection A.
• So if selection A wins then we have a return of £5.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £10.

Bet 7:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection A at 4/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection E at 6/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection A wins then we have a return of £5.
• We keep £4 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection E.
• So if selection E wins then we have a return of £7.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £11.

Bet 8:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection E at 6/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection A at 4/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection E wins then we have a return of £7.
• We keep £6 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection A.
• So if selection A wins then we have a return of £5.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £11.

Bet 9:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection A at 4/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection F at 6/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection A wins then we have a return of £5.
• We keep £4 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection F.
• So if selection F wins then we have a return of £7.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £11.

Bet 10:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection F at 6/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection A at 4/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection F wins then we have a return of £7.
• We keep £6 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection A.
• So if selection A wins then we have a return of £4.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £8

Bet 11:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection A at 4/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection G at 7/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection A wins then we have a return of £5
• We keep £4 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection G
• So if selection G wins then we have a return of £8
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £12

Bet 12:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection G at 7/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection A at 4/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection G wins then we have a return of £8
• We keep £7 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection A
• So if selection A wins then we have a return of £5
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £12.

Bet 13:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection B at 4/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection C at 5/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection B wins then we have a return of £5.
• We keep £4 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection C.
• So if selection C wins then we have a return of £6.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £10.

Bet 14:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection C at 5/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection B at 4/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection C wins then we have a return of £6.
• We keep £5 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection B.
• So if selection B wins then we have a return of £5.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £10.

Bet 15:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection B at 4/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection D at 5/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection B wins then we have a return of £5.
• We keep £4 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection D.
• So if selection D wins then we have a return of £6.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £10.

Bet 16:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection D at 5/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection B at 4/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection D wins then we have a return of £6.
• We keep £5 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection B.
• So if selection B wins then we have a return of £5.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £10.

Bet 17:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection B at 4/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection E at 6/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection B wins then we have a return of £5.
• We keep £4 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection E.
• So if selection E wins then we have a return of £7.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £11.

Bet 18:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection E at 6/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection B at 4/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection E wins then we have a return of £7.
• We keep £6 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection B.
• So if selection B wins then we have a return of £5.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £11.

Bet 19:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection B at 4/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection F at 6/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection B wins then we have a return of £5.
• We keep £4 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection F.
• So if selection F wins then we have a return of £7.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £11.

Bet 20:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection F at 6/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection B at 4/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection F wins then we have a return of £7.
• We keep £6 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection B.
• So if selection B wins then we have a return of £5.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £11.

Bet 21:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection B at 4/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection G at 7/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection B wins then we have a return of £5.
• We keep £4 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection G.
• So if selection G wins then we have a return of £8.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £12.

Bet 22:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection G at 7/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection B at 4/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection G wins then we have a return of £8.
• We keep £7 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection B.
• So if selection B wins then we have a return of £5.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £12.

Bet 23:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection C at 5/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection D at 5/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection C wins then we have a return of £6.
• We keep £5 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection D.
• So if selection D wins then we have a return of £6.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £11.

Bet 24:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection D at 5/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection C at 5/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection D wins then we have a return of £6.
• We keep £5 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection C.
• So if selection C wins then we have a return of £6.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £11.

Bet 25:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection C at 5/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection E at 6/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection C wins then we have a return of £6.
• We keep £5 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection E.
• So if selection E wins then we have a return of £7.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £12.

Bet 26:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection E at 6/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection C at 5/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection E wins then we have a return of £7.
• We keep £6 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection C.
• So if selection C wins then we have a return of £6.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £12.

Bet 27:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection C at 5/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection F at 6/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection C wins then we have a return of £6.
• We keep £5 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection F.
• So if selection F wins then we have a return of £7.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £12.

Bet 28:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection F at 6/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection C at 5/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection F wins then we have a return of £7.
• We keep £6 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection C.
• So if selection C wins then we have a return of £6.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £12

Bet 29:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection C at 5/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection G at 7/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection C wins then we have a return of £6.
• We keep £5 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection G.
• So if selection G wins then we have a return of £8.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £13.

Bet 30:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection G at 7/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection C at 5/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection G wins then we have a return of £8.
• We keep £7 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection C.
• So if selection C wins then we have a return of £6.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £13.

Bet 31:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection D at 5/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection E at 6/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection D wins then we have a return of £6.
• We keep £5 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection E.
• So if selection E wins then we have a return of £7.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £12.

Bet 32:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection E at 6/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection D at 5/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection E wins then we have a return of £7.
• We keep £6 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection D.
• So if selection D wins then we have a return of £6.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £12.

Bet 33:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection D at 5/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection F at 6/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection D wins then we have a return of £6.
• We keep £5 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection F.
• So if selection F wins then we have a return of £7.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £12.

Bet 34:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection F at 6/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection D at 5/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection F wins then we have a return of £7.
• We keep £6 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection D.
• So if selection D wins then we have a return of £6.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £12.

Bet 35:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection D at 5/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection G at 7/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection D wins then we have a return of £6.
• We keep £5 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection G.
• So if selection G wins then we have a return of £8.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £13.

Bet 36:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection G at 7/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection D at 5/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection G wins then we have a return of £8.
• We keep £7 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection D.
• So if selection D wins then we have a return of £6.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £13.

Bet 37:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection E at 6/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection F at 6/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection E wins then we have a return of £7.
• We keep £6 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection F.
• So if selection F wins then we have a return of £7.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £13.

Bet 38:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection F at 6/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection E at 6/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection F wins then we have a return of £7.
• We keep £6 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection E.
• So if selection E wins then we have a return of £7.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £13.

Bet 39:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection E at 6/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection G at 7/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection E wins then we have a return of £7.
• We keep £6 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection G.
• So if selection G wins then we have a return of £8.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £14.

Bet 40:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection G at 7/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection E at 6/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection G wins then we have a return of £8.
• We keep £7 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection E.
• So if selection E wins then we have a return of £7.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £14.

Bet 41:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection F at 6/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection G at 7/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection F wins then we have a return of £7.
• We keep £6 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection G.
• So if selection G wins then we have a return of £8.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £14.

Bet 42:
Part 1: Bet £1 on selection G at 7/1.
Part 2: Bet £1 on selection F at 6/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection G wins then we have a return of £8.
• We keep £7 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection F.
• So if selection F wins then we have a return of £7.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the Super Heinz Flag bet of £14.

## HOW MUCH CAN YOU WIN WITH A SUPER HEINZ FLAG BET?

So how many winners do we need to break even or make a profit with the Super Heinz Flag bet if we were using stakes of £1.00?

Let’s look at a few scenarios. Don’t forget, you only need one winner to get a return with this bet, but of course, one winner is not going to be enough to get you a profit.

Scenario 1

So let’s presume our two shortest-priced selections have won at 4/1 and 4/1.

This would give us a double plus two single stakes about single bets.

Double

The double would net us a return of £25.00

Part 1: Bet on selection A at 4/1.
Part 2: Bet on selection B at 4/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection A wins then we have a return of £5.
• We keep £4 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection 2.
• So if selection B wins then we have a return of £5.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the bet of £9.

Part 1: Bet on selection B at 4/1.
Part 2: Bet on selection A at 4/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection B wins then we have a return of £5.
• We keep £4 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection A.
• So if selection A wins then we have a return of £5.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the bet of £9.

This means that with scenario 1, we would have made a return of £43, so a loss of £119 on our original outlay of £162

Scenario 2

So let’s presume our two longest-priced selections have won at 6/1 and 7/1.

This would give us a double plus two single stakes about single bets.

Double

The double would net us a return of £56.00

Part 1: Bet on selection F at 6/1.
Part 2: Bet on selection G at 7/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection F wins then we have a return of £7.
• We keep £6 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection G.
• So if selection G wins then we have a return of £8.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the bet of £14.

Part 1: Bet on selection G at 7/1.
Part 2: Bet on selection F at 6/1 if sufficient funds are remaining from part 1.

• So if selection G wins then we have a return of £8.
• We keep £7 as profit and place the remaining £1 on selection F.
• So if selection F wins then we have a return of £7.
• This gives us a total profit on this portion of the bet of £14.

This means that with scenario 2, we would have made a total return of £84, so a loss of £78 on our original outlay of £162.

Looking at those scenarios above, it is clear we are going to need at least three winners in this bet to make a profit

### AND WHAT IF ALL SEVEN OF OUR SUPER HEINZ FLAG BET SELECTIONS WIN?

If you are wondering how much the return would be if we had all seven horses win in this example, then the total return would be £1,016,505 for an outlay of £162. (N.B. Most bookmakers will have a daily payout limit of £1,000,000)

In our example, we used £1 as our stake, but you can also place this bet at different staking levels.

You will need to check with your online bookmaker or local high street bookmaker, as this is not a common bet nowadays, and some bookmakers may not accept this bet. It is certainly a bet that may not be possible to place online.

### CONCLUSION

Hopefully, you’ll have learned more about what a Super Heinz Flag bet is, and you can now understand exactly how all the different combinations of the Super Heinz Flag work. You can also view some of our other horse racing betting guides, such as the Heinz and Super Heinz combination bets.

If you like placing combination bets then you might wan to follow our horse racing expert Richard Smith here at Ontheballbets and his regular pieces on all the big race meetings including the Cheltenham Festival, The Grand National, Royal Ascot, Glorious Goodwood, Qatar Prix De L’Arc de Triomphe, Breeders Cup, The Melbourne Cup.

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