The tote betting - this week's Scoop6
Here at William Hill we now offer a full range of tote betting including the ever so popular Scoop6. No-one won the Scoop6 last Saturday - you could be this week's lucky punter - winning thousands of pounds from just a £2 stake.
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Attractive isn't it? This could be the reality if any lucky punter can get all six selections correct in this week's Tote Scoop6 competition.
Scoop6 Races - Saturday 26 September
2:05 Market Rasen
3:15 Market Rasen
If you want to get involved, all you have to do is select a horse from each of the 6 selected Scoop6 races each week, then stake just £2 on your selection, get all six right and you win a share of the main fund and then a shot at the bonus fund the following week.
Just like the National Lottery, if nobody wins in a particular week, the fund rolls over to the next week making the jackpot even bigger.
For those new to this bet, here's a quick breakdown of how it works:
- For a single £2 line you select one horse in each of the six selected races. If you nominate two horses in each race your investment would be 2*2*2*2*2*2, which is 64 lines and would mean a stake of £128.
- Even if you don't win you can win a piece of the place dividend if all your selections are placed in their races.
- If you get all six winners, you earn the right to select one horse for each of your winning lines in the following Saturday's bonus race.
- You can now place this fantastic bet with William Hill on the internet with your existing account to get straight involved in the action. Alternatively if you don't have an account you can open a new account and start betting.
The win fund regularly contains well over £200,000 for a start making this an attractive bet week in week out even after the currently huge bonus fund is won.
You can get your bet on up to five minutes before the first race which gives you plenty of time to make your choices which could potentially change your life.
For more information about the Scoop6 visit www.scoop6.co.uk