Yes you read it right. One whily cockney placed 20-fold accumulator which kicked off with a friendly win for Napoli at the end of July and wrapped up with Barcelona’s 1-0 win over Athletic Bilbao on Sunday.
Using the in-shop Self Service Betting Terminals this punter spread his £100 acca across two continents, incorporating some thirteen separate competitions and a friendly. Being able to take his time on the terminal as he built the bet himself has clearly paid off with this considered, wide reaching and highly profitable acca.
We haven’t seen this much winning since Charlie Sheen was pushing tiger blood and living with porn stars. We hope he’s still doing at least one of those.
Here’s the bet (teams in bold were backed to win):
SSC Napoli v AS Cittadella
CSKA Moscow v FC Anzhi Makhachkala
Sparta Prague v FC Banik Ostrava
Celtic FC v Ross County FC
Rosenborg BK v Sarpsborg
Club Sport Emelec v SD Aucas
IF Elfsborg v Halmstads BK
St Patrick’s Athletic FC v FC Galway
FC Chernomorets Odessa v FC Dynamo Kiev
FC Girondins Bordeaux v AEK Larnaca FC
Athletic Bilbao v Inter Baku
Athletic Bilbao v FC Barcelona
Atletico Madrid v Las Palmas UD
Fenerbahce v Eskisehirspor
Lille OSC v Paris St Germain
West Brom v Manchester City
Aston Villa v Manchester United
Zenit St Petersburg v RFK Terek Grozny
Corinthians SP v Vasco Da Gama RJ
Stoke City v Liverpool
If this customer will be doing well to have any finger nails left having to suffer through more than one tight game on this list. Barcelona struggled to put away Athletic Bilbao last night, Liverpool required some Coutinho magic to beat Stoke and Manchester United were aided by a wicked deflection against Aston Villa. And these are just the games I personally watched.
So if you know what you’re doing but you want to take a little more time building your bets then maybe the Self Service Betting Terminals are the thing for you. If you spot one in your local shop but aren’t sure how to get started call on one of the staff members and they’ll be happy to show you how it works.
Turning £100 in to £31.4k is the kind of service we’d all like to provide ourselves with.