What is a round robin (RR) bet? (US)

A round robin (RR) bet allows you to combine multiple parlays into one bet. The more selections you make, the more parlay combinations you will have in your RR. 

Once 3 or more different teams are added to a bet slip, you will see the RR dropdown as an option at the bottom of your bet slip. 

Once you make your selections, an RR will create parlays of all possible combinations between them. You will then be able to place your preferred combinations in your bet slip quickly and efficiently. 

For example:

In this bet slip, we have made three selections - the CLE Guardians, the STL Cardinals, and the CHI Cubs to win.

If you choose to place a 2 Pick RR, it will cover all combinations of these three outcomes and you will be placing 3 bets with one transaction:

The 2 Pick RR combinations would be:

  • Guardians + Cardinals
  • Guardians + Cubs
  • Cardinals + Cubs

For example:

Since each of these three combinations would cost $100, placing the 2 Pick RR will be $300. 

As long as 2 out of the 3 teams win, in an RR you'll receive a payout. This is the main difference between an RR and a regular parlay, where you would need all three teams to win for your bet to be considered as winning. 

The All Combinations option would also include a 3-team parlay in addition to the one listed above:

  • Guardians + Cardinals
  • Guardians + Cubs
  • Cardinals + Cubs
  • Guardians + Cardinals + Cubs

Since it will include 4 bets, the cost will be $400.

Once you have placed your RR you can view your selections and potential payouts in My Bets.

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Visit DraftKings General Rules section 11 to learn about Dead Heat Reductions and how they affect Parlays.