£1 Prem Accy 17/18 - Week 4


#1

You know the drill.

Seven Saturday games this weekend.

Liverpool are a banker at lunchtime, so don’t worry about the curse of the early kick-off.

HOMES: Brighton, Southampton
DRAWS: Everton/Spurs, Arsenal/Bournemouth
AWAYS: Liverpool, United, Chelsea
902/1

Surely we can get one up this week?


#2


#3

6393/1


#4

Just to confirm, you think your title rivals will all win, but your own team will fail to win?


#5

How much are the bookies paying you for this tip?


#6

Think Spurs is a tricky one as well. Our record at Stoke is very bad for the last few years, should win it, wouldn’t be at all surprised if we don’t though.


#7

No way Liverpool should be 7/2, i’ll tell you that.


#8

Super heinzing rather than an acca this week


#9


#10

whats Super Heinz?


#11

does anyone know why, mathematically/probability-wise, it’s not a safe bet to basically bet an accumulator on every single combination of results? considering the very high odds? in a 7 game line-up with three variations per game, how many possible outcomes are there? i mean my head hurts even thinking about beginning to contemplate the maths there but somebody else might have a better idea

tried googling this and it didn’t really yield the desired answers


#12

All the possible bets available so 7 singles, loads of doubles, trebles, x4, x5, x6 and 7 timer. All 10p each


#13

A combination of all folds on a 7-leg bet, bar the singles.


#14

No he’s got Liverpool losing!!!


#15

Ah cheers (@safebruv ). Pretty clueless when it comes to the different methods


#16

Because there’d be 2,187 combinations of seven games. You might get lucky, but…

Also, time. You’d need some sort of program to do it, i suspect.


#17

weekly quit-my-job-and-go-travelling punt on all games


#18

3 to the power of 7 would be the amount of options. So 2187

You would be more likely to lose money than win money if you put down 2187 £1 accumulators because bookies run at a profitg


#19

It’s unfair, really.


#20

Obviously your bookie is haemorrhaging dosh but I’m talking generally