Following on from the four fold football accumulator strategy (read that first for a primer if you’ve just got here) I’ve put together a guide for doing a larger accumulator that will garner a higher return for a smaller stake at better odds. How good does that sound!
The probability of winning though is the true odds of over 500/1 (1000/2) and the possible outcomes of these eight matches are 8^3 which equals 512.
Trying to pick eight correct results from 512 possibilities is a pretty tall order so if you have been wondering why you struggle to get close to a winner there is your answer.
When we think of making money out of football accumulators on what basis do we make our selections?
Do we just pull a few teams out of thin air or do we do some homework and research which teams have injuries and suspensions?
Or do we make our selections based on the odds so that we get the maximum return for our stake?
So many questions and so many different ways to approach the subject!
This guide will give you a solid grounding in that staple of football accumulator betting – the fourfold accumulator.
The Ultimate Guide To Football Accumulators Ever wondered how to do a football accumulator? What's the point? and why does my mate constantly go on about a team "letting him down" again? Need to know what a "draw no bet accumulator" is and how it works? If you are just getting started in the murky world of accumulator betting then this article will explain everything you need to know and how you can turn small stakes into massive wins. A friendly word of advice before you get started: The more selections you add to your betslip the less chance you have of winning. It's hard enough predicting the outcome of one game on its own and so trying to get four or more means you have to get really lucky. Accumulators are for speculators and gamblers and you would never see a professional sports bettor go anywhere near one. But they are good fun. And they give a good reason to sit back and watch Jeff Stelling and the boys on Saturday Afternoons if you've nothing better to do. What Is...