Daily Accas at www.sure5odds.com is a service that provides football multiple bets each day. The betting accumulator tips generally involve three to five football teams in an Sean Couturier Youth Jersey accumulator. The tips have three levels depending on the odds of each selection. The multiple bet can be a Acca. The accumulated odds of the three or more selections determine the level. Matches are selected from a wide range of football leagues around World. The bet usually combines matches from more than one league or country.
The bet slip displays the match, the market and recommended outcome and the odds with bet365. A sample win is shown based on a stake of £10 at bet365′??s latest odds. Each bettor’??s selections can be posted to Twitter and customers are prompted to place their accas with bet365 by clicking on a banner. The link is deep linked so customers are taken to a screen on the bet365 website that displays the odds. The odds on Daily Accas are in decimal format but the default is the fractional format at bet365.
Customers can receive three to four daily accas by entering an Email address and subscribing Here. The website is very basic and shows very little background information. The concept is sold on the basis of saving time and Daily Accas identifying the best football multiple bets of the day. Matches over a 12 hour time frame are selected, Safe, Risky and Jackpot accas are recommended.
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WHAT IS AN ACCA?
Daily Accas offers betting accumulator tips including a number of football matches and markets as an acca which is one of the most popular bets for punters, in football and in most other sports. An accumulator is one bet that links together at least two teams and is a winning bet if all those teams win. A single bet involves one outcome and is paid out on the odds of the winning selection and odds are not multiplied.
Punters like betting accumulators tips because they have the potential for a big return for a small outlay. The odds for each outcome are multiplied together and even several short priced teams can create a good return. Conversely, the likelihood of a number of teams winning is much less than one specific team placed in a single bet. Bookmakers like accas as they have more chance of a bet losing than a single. They can also lay off bets when there is running up money after wins for the earlier selections.
Accumulators can be placed across sports and leagues as long as the outcomes are not linked. You can’??t place a multiple bet on a team to win a match and the correct score. These two outcomes are related because if one team wins a match the associated correct scores are related and the odds are not a true reflection of the probabilities. Bookmakers offer adjusted odds to customers who want to combine a correct score and a specific player to score the first goal. Similar odds reductions apply if a customer wishes to back a team to win the league and one of their players to be the top scorer.
The most popular multiple bets are placed in doubles, trebles and four folds. A double is one bet involving two selections in unrelated markets which must both win for the bet to be successful. A treble includes one more selection and a fourfold is a bet with 4 selections. In all cases if one of the picks is not correct the bet is a loser and there is no return. One losing outcome negates the accumulated odds of the winners. The differences between accas and system bets will be explained later in this article.
WORKING OUT RETURNS
Here is an example of a football acca:
£10 treble Manchester United to beat Liverpool at 2/1 (3.0), Leicester to beat Tottenham at 6/4 Jaleel Johnson Womens Jersey (2.5) and Arsenal to beat Manchester City at 1/2.(1.5). Assuming each selection wins a customer has a successful multiple bet. The return is calculated as follows:
- Leg 1: £10 win at 2/1 returns £30.
- Leg 2: £30 win at 6/4 returns £75.
- Leg 3: £75 win at 1/2 returns £112.50.
The stake is included in the return at each stage of the acca. This multiple bet has returned £112.50 for £10 which equates to odds of just over 10/1. The total of the individual odds is 4/1 so the difference is obvious. However, a customer placing three singles would have two winning bets if one team lost or one winning bet if two teams lost. If one or two of the teams in an acca lost there would be no return. Singles are not related to other events while accas are dependent on two or more results.
This example contains selections with relatively low odds but if a treble included three teams at 10/1 the combined odds would 999/1, ie 10 x 10 x 10 -1. The 1 is subtracted as this is the stake which does not count when multiplying the odds but is always returned to the customer when the bet is a winner. Match betting in football will involve relatively low odds but backing three teams or players in outright markets leads to huge potential returns for a small outlay. Some accas are more or less lottery bets because the probability is small but the returns can be massive from a modest stake.
Working out returns can be more complex when the odds involved are not full or half numbers. For example, teams in a three team acca at odds of 1.36, 1.57 and 2.10 create a slightly more difficult calculation but the process is the same. The bet is settled as follows:
1.36 x 1.57 x 2.1 -1 by £10 stake = £43.89, or odds of more than 3/1 (4.0)
Even short priced teams in an accumulator build up a decent return. Three teams with odds of 1/5 (1.2) create the following bet settlement:
1.2 x 1.2 x1.2 -1 by £10 stake = £17.28, or odds of about 8/11 (1.73)
Returns from accumulators are always calculated in the same way regardless of the odds.
ACCA, 3ODDS,5ODDS, BTTS AND ACCUMULATION
Daily Accas sends five betting accumulator tips each day called Acca, 3 oods, 5 odds, BTTS and Accumulation. The Acca is a combination of three teams which are favourites and at short 2 odds. The .
The Accumulation betting tips offer modest returns for a significant stake, the 3 odds, 5 odds bets offers modest returns for an average stage and the BTTS offers a significant profit for a relatively small stake. Each type of bet requires a different strike rate in Both teams score.
Subscribers to Daily Accas betting accumulator tips can place these bets as they see fit. A bettor who likes to win small and often will see more appeal in the Banker. A player who is relatively indifferent to the number and size of wins will take the Risky option. A gambler who enjoys the potential of a big win for a small outlay will place the Jackpot bets. Each level of return has a different strike rate which means there will be more winning Banker betting accumulator tips than Risky bets and more winning Risky bets than Jackpot bets.
EACH WAY ACCA
The Daily Accas betting accumulator tips are win only because they only include the three options of home win, draw and away win. Outright markets contain many more options such as the 20 teams that can win the English Premier League. An each way acca provides security in case teams selected do not win but finish placed. Bookmakers specify place terms with regarding the adjusted odds and the number of places that apply.
Here is an example of an each way betting accumulator acca showing the standard place Authentic Jack Mewhort Jersey terms for this type of market:
£10 each way treble on Manchester United, Barcelona and PSG. This is two bets (win and place) so the total stake is £20.
Manchester United to win the Premier League at 12/1 first three places, one quarter the odds.
Barcelona to win La Liga at 4/1 first three places, one quarter the odds.
PSG to win Ligue One at 2/1 first three places, one quarter the odds.
If each team wins their league the return is calculated as (13 x 5 x 3) -1 (x £10) which equates to £1,940. If one or more selection loses but finishes in the top three the bet is settled as follows:
(4 x 2 x 1.5) -1 (x 10) = £110.
Odds are quartered and one point added to represent the stake unit. So the win return is £1,940 and the place return is £110. If each selection wins customers are paid the win and place profit so the total combined return is £2,050 (£1,940 + £110). If one of the three teams is not placed there is no return. Customers like each way bets because they receive a consolation for a near miss though at vastly reduced odds. Some bookmakers offer money back in the form of a free bet for one loser in a football acca, usually with five options or more. These bets must be placed before each fixture in the bet begins.