What is a Leg in Parely Betting?

Parely betting is one of the most popular lottery games in the UK right now. But what exactly is it? And how can you win? We answer all these questions and more in this brief guide.

The Basics

Parely betting is a game of chance – no skill is involved and you simply need to pick six numbers between 1 and 48. If you pick all six numbers correctly, you win the jackpot which is currently £1789. If you think that’s easy, then try not to get too discouraged as this game is a lot more accessible to players than it first seems. It’s mostly been available to play online where the house edge is at its lowest. Now that it’s been brought to land based casinos, the advantages and disadvantages of playing versus cashing out have been brought to the forefront. If you are unfamiliar, the house edge is the difference between the amount you win and the amount you pay in – the house edge is the opposite of the casino edge. So if you play at a land-based casino, you will lose more money than you would if you’d played online. But it’s more common for players to win and walk away owing the casino money rather than needing to go home with a considerable debt. So in some ways it’s a bit of a catch-22. Nonetheless, there are still some lucrative prizes to be won!

How Does It Work?

The concept behind parely betting is to pick the six numbers that you think will come up in the winning numbers of the jackpot. You can either choose them manually or use a program to generate random numbers for you. It’s essential that you use a reputable random number generator from a trusted source. The UK Gambling Commission recently ruled that none of the online random number generators tested were suitable for use in conjunction with gambling. So be careful who you entrust your financial fate to! The numbers you choose have no bearing on the outcome of the game, it’s entirely random. The reason for this is to make sure that the game is as fair and authentic as possible.

The Prizes

One of the unique things about the British national lottery is that the prizes don’t stop at £2,000, you can actually win larger sums. The top prize in parely betting is shared with five other winners in a pool of £89,000, this is known as the Grand National Prize. For the purposes of this article, we will focus on the regular prizes as these are what you’re more likely to encounter if you play regularly. The odds of winning one of these prizes increase with each game you play and the prizes get bigger. Here’s a breakdown of what you can win: