Round robins are combinations of parlay bets. To place a round robin bet, you must have a minimum of 3 legs selected in your parlay. The most common round robins have 3 legs. A 3 leg round robin would essentially be three separate two leg parlays. If all legs in your round robin win, then all three of your two leg parlays would win. If, on the other hand, 2 legs win & 1 leg losses, then you’d win one of your two leg parlays and lose the other two. Round robins create seemingly limitless amounts of parlay bets! An 8 leg round robin with two bets in each parlay would create 28 separate parlay bets, all with the exact same stake. The OddsJam round robin calculator will determine the maximum amount of money you can win with your round robin bet. Additionally, the round robin calculator will determine your total risk! Unlike in a parlay bet, if you stake $100 on a 3 leg round robin, you’ll actually be risking $300 total, with $100 bet on each 2 leg parlay.