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  1. Re: Saaw Perm Bet Thanks for the advice, yes ladbrokes didnt like the bet but paid me for my win as 2 singles as it was my first selection. I will try your idea tommorrow.
  2. Re: Saaw Perm Bet The idea of this system is to have one win a day and gradually increase it day by day will explain all later. going to put bet on at ladbrokes
  3. -------------------------------- SAAW PERM (stop at a winner) BET 1 1/ 2.10 ponte grand zafeen £2 2/ 2.40 ponte sp fav £2 3/ 3.00 hexham sp fav £4 4/ 3.20 wolv sp fav £5 Only place bet 2 when Bet 1 has stopped at a winner BET 2 1/ 2.10 ponte grand zafeen £8 2/ 2.40 ponte sp fav £10 3/ 3.00 hexham sp fav £12 4/ 3.20 wolv sp fav £14 Total £57 ---------------------------- Any that are lost in bet 1 we lose that amount untill stop at a winner then the rest in bet 1 are void money returned. Bet 2 is placed after winner in bet 1 and winner in bet 2 all other selections are void and money returned. -------------------------------------------------- I will put up the requirements for the selection process but this above is todays selections good luck
  4. Re: Help with corals saaw bet (stop at a winner) i understand now that bet 1 was meant to be on 1 slip and bet 2 on another not both on same slip. my mistake. Allthough ladbrokes were paying them out to me anyway. but i now understand this. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- i want to do a saaw bet with 4 selections on it rather then just 2, How would i write this out on a slip, I never thought of doing these as a perm bet how would that work? many thanks for help
  5. Re: Help with corals saaw bet (stop at a winner) So in the case of this saaw perm below with 4 races, do i not put bet 1 and bet 2 example saaw (stop at a winner) BET 1 1/ 2.20 font sp fav £2 evens 2/ 2.40 bright sp fav £2 evens 3/ 3.50 south sp fav £2 evens 4/ 4.10 south sp fav £2 evens BET 2 4.10 font sp fav £8 evens 3.50 bright sp fav £8 evens 2.40 south sp fav £8 evens 2.20 south sp fav £8 evens ---------------------------- thanks for your help
  6. Re: Help with corals saaw bet (stop at a winner) hi yes i wrote it out exactly as above on the one slip. The staff in coral are saying that because i wrote bet 1 and then bet 2, bet 2 is classed as a sepperate saaw bet. So im wondering should i have left the words bet 1 and bet 2 out and just wrote all selections out on a slip like this; ---------------------------------- saaw (stop at a winner) 3.25 ayr distiller £2 4.55 newbury phillipina £2 4.55 newbury phillipina £8 3.25 ayr distiller £8 -------------------------------
  7. i did a saaw bet in corals yesterday but had difficulty explaining to them that bet 2 is linked to bet 1 when there is a winner they seemed to think that bet 2 is classed as a seperate bet so wouldnt pay out untill bet 2 the 4.55 at newbury had played even though i had a winner. saaw (stop at a winner) bet 1 3.25 ayr distiller £2 4.55 newbury phillipina £2 bet 2 4.55 newbury phillipina £8 3.25 ayr distiller £8 i have looked at the coral rules and they say; 'Stop at a Winner' bets are acceptable win or each-way and settled in the order written, a non-runner will not be counted as a winner and the bet will continue until one of the selections either occupies or dead heats for the first place. There is nothing that says bet 1 is linked with bet 2 so how do i challenge this as i stand to lose £8 in bet 2 as 4.55 race lost but 3.25 ayr distiller won. do i need to write this bet out in a different way. Hopefully someone can help.
  8. racing perm, example, perm any 2 (sp fav) from 7 races (4 times) = how many lines? fontwell / 2pm 2.20 2.40 3pm 3.30 4pm 4.30 brighton / 2pm 2.20 2.40 3pm 3.30 4pm 4.30 southwell / 2pm 2.20 2.40 3pm 3.30 4pm 4.30 kempton / 2pm 2.20 2.40 3pm 3.30 4pm 4.30 ---------------------------------------------------------------- Im currently using saaw (stop at a winner) perm using 4 selections but some bookmakers dont understand how to payout which is frustrating and takes too much time explaining it to them. i want to use this perm on a daily basis. Problem is other perms are fairly useless as you need like 5 out of 8 to be in any profit on a goliath. Hoping someone can help with how many lines i need on the above.
  9. Re: Correct Score perm System The roulette system doesnt work, but thanks for your views
  10. Im thinking of doing a racing perm, example, perm any 2 (sp fav) from 7 races (4 times) = how many lines? fontwell / 2pm 2.20 2.40 3pm 3.30 4pm 4.30 brighton / 2pm 2.20 2.40 3pm 3.30 4pm 4.30 southwell / 2pm 2.20 2.40 3pm 3.30 4pm 4.30 kempton / 2pm 2.20 2.40 3pm 3.30 4pm 4.30 ---------------------------------------------------------------- Im currently using saaw (stop at a winner) perm using 4 selections but some bookmakers dont understand how to payout which is frustrating and takes too much time explaining it to them. im hoping to find some type of perm like the one above that i can use on a daily basis. Problem is other perms are fairly useless as you need like 5 out of 8 to be in any profit on a goliath. Hoping someone can help with how many lines i need in the above. or any other type of racing perm.
  11. I came across this perm and wondered if anyone knows of it or uses it themselves. allso im not too sure how its written out on a betting slip. This is a fantastic way of perming 3 selections per race for just 160 bets. Those mathematically astute amongst you will know that a full perm of 3 horses per race would usually be 729 bets (i.e. 3x3x3x3x3x3=729). It involves making two selections per race and perming them with either a banker or the Un-named favourite in the same races to give 20 separate Placepot lines. Each line will include 3 bankers / un-named favourites and 6 of your own selections (2x2x2). Thus the first line would be filled out like this Race 1: BANKER Race 2: BANKER Race 3: BANKER Race 4: 2 selections Race 5: 2 selections Race 6: 2 selections = 8 bets (2x2x2) And then the lines would go; Line 2: Banker/Banker/2 selections/Banker/2 selections/2 selections and then; B B 2 2 B 2 B B 2 2 2 B B 2 B B 2 2 B 2 B 2 B 2 B 2 B 2 2 B B 2 2 B B 2 B 2 2 B 2 B B 2 2 2 B B 2 B B B 2 2 2 B B 2 B 2 2 B B 2 2 B 2 B 2 B B 2 2 B 2 B 2 B 2 B 2 2 B B 2 2 B B B 2 2 2 B B 2 B 2 2 B 2 B B 2 2 2 B B B Giving you 20 separate bets of 8 lines each. As long as you manage to get 3 bankers / un-named favourites in the frame and your selections for the other 3 races you are guaranteed the Placepot. It's a fun way of betting and with 3 horses in each race gives you a great chance to scoop the pool. So I suppose the best way to try it out, is to have a go at the Ascot Placepot. And here it is; Race 1 : FAV + 2 & 7 Race 2 : FAV + 13 & 14 Race 3 : FAV + 2 & 4 Race 4 : FAV + 1 & 6 Race 5 : FAV + 6 & 11 Race 6 : FAV + 9 & 14
  12. Re: Lack of draws methodology paddy power offer a draw no bet on footie games so if a draw was to happen you wouldnt lose your stake.
  13. I came across this perm and wondered if anyone knows of it or uses it themselves. allso im not too sure how its written out on a betting slip. This is a fantastic way of perming 3 selections per race for just 160 bets. Those mathematically astute amongst you will know that a full perm of 3 horses per race would usually be 729 bets (i.e. 3x3x3x3x3x3=729). It involves making two selections per race and perming them with either a banker or the Un-named favourite in the same races to give 20 separate Placepot lines. Each line will include 3 bankers / un-named favourites and 6 of your own selections (2x2x2). Thus the first line would be filled out like this Race 1: BANKER Race 2: BANKER Race 3: BANKER Race 4: 2 selections Race 5: 2 selections Race 6: 2 selections = 8 bets (2x2x2) And then the lines would go; Line 2: Banker/Banker/2 selections/Banker/2 selections/2 selections and then; B B 2 2 B 2 B B 2 2 2 B B 2 B B 2 2 B 2 B 2 B 2 B 2 B 2 2 B B 2 2 B B 2 B 2 2 B 2 B B 2 2 2 B B 2 B B B 2 2 2 B B 2 B 2 2 B B 2 2 B 2 B 2 B B 2 2 B 2 B 2 B 2 B 2 2 B B 2 2 B B B 2 2 2 B B 2 B 2 2 B 2 B B 2 2 2 B B B Giving you 20 separate bets of 8 lines each. As long as you manage to get 3 bankers / un-named favourites in the frame and your selections for the other 3 races you are guaranteed the Placepot. It's a fun way of betting and with 3 horses in each race gives you a great chance to scoop the pool. So I suppose the best way to try it out, is to have a go at the Ascot Placepot. And here it is; Race 1 : FAV + 2 & 7 Race 2 : FAV + 13 & 14 Race 3 : FAV + 2 & 4 Race 4 : FAV + 1 & 6 Race 5 : FAV + 6 & 11 Race 6 : FAV + 9 & 14
  14. Re: Bookie Shop Shorties Hi ive been following your system and its had a bit of bad luck like any system, but just wondering whether you need to alter the staking system so when you have a losing run it doesnt wipe out any profits made. also do you keep a record of stats ie how many have won/lost
  15. Re: lay the place what is your selection process in getting these, These results are pretty good
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