Last week I touched on multiple betting and markets that are ideal for playing so in, especially when using short-priced doubles.
To remind you, we are looking for markets with no more than two possible result outcomes. This will narrow down the margin for error of a negative result.
Here are some ideal markets:
Both Teams To Score (BTTS)
Snooker Match markets
Tennis Match markets
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Cor blimey, I fink this guy was happy with EastEnders! Oi oi!
Finally, here’s an article I found some time ago about one man who had some extraordinary luck when placing his novelty bet accumulator… or was it luck?
6479/1 Novelty Bet Accumulator
“A 40-year-old night-shift worker from Newport in South Wales walked into his local betting shop on December 30th 1989 and staked £30 on an accumulator, which banked on a series of happenings before the turn of the millennium.
“The punter’s prayers were with Cliff Richard (4-1) being knighted, U2 (3-1) remaining a pop group, Eastenders (5-1) still being around as a BBC soap opera, and both Neighbours (5-1) and Home Away (8-1) remaining on our British television screens.
“Remarkably, all his prayers were answered, and two days into the new millennium he walked back into the shop and asked for his winnings, which amounted to £194,400.
“Nobody had passed on the bet to head office, but after a couple of days it was confirmed as a bona fide transaction, and the punter was duly paid out, his 6,479-1 accumulator still being the largest novelty killing in the history of bookmaking.
“In the high-stakes world of spread betting, what are the odds on a lucky punter beating this record in years to come?”
It’s the third week of the three services we have on trial already – but how are they performing?
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