Defining the Yankee System

The Yankee system is a popular betting strategy that involves a total of 11 bets derived from 4 selections. It offers a combination of different parlays (multis) to increase the chances of winning. Let's break down the components of the Yankee system:

1. 6 Two-Pick Parlays: In this system, six bets are formed by combining two of the four selected picks.

2. 4 Three-Pick Parlays: Additionally, there are four bets created by combining three of the chosen picks.

3. 1 Four-Pick Parlay: Lastly, the Yankee system includes one bet combining all four selections.

*The data used in the screenshot are indicative.

To gain some winnings with the Yankee system, at least two of the four picks must be correct. The amount of your winnings depends on the number of correct predictions you have.

Calculating the Winnings:

To calculate the winnings of each individual bet, multiply the stake of that particular bet, not your total stake amount. For example, if your total stake is $55, and you have 11 bets in the Yankee system, the stake for each individual bet will be $5 (55 / 11 bets = $5). You can then calculate your potential winnings accordingly.

For more detailed information on the Yankee system and its specific rules, you can visit the "Betting Rules" section of our homepage. Refer to paragraph 2.25  to gain a comprehensive understanding of this betting strategy.

By using the Yankee system, you can leverage the power of multiple bets and increase your chances of winning, making it a popular choice among bettors.

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