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Football Accy In Shop

  • 23-01-2016 12:03pm
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    Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 295 ✭✭ mattaiuseire
    Banned


    Hi Guys,

    Calling out to the experienced betters. Usually if I place a bet on a footie accy I use the website because it's just simple to pick home win, draw or away win etc.

    Today I'm heading into a bookies to place a bet on a small accy and I can't remember going into one to bet on an accy, I have done a few times for the horses. Anyways, just wondered, today I want to bet on Spurs, Man City, Barca, Man Utd, Liverpool and Celtic. Can I just jot these down on a betting slip and hand it in? How would they calculate the odds so I know what my potential return will be?
    Or am I better to use a betting machine? (I haven't ever used a betting machine but would it be very similar to the website?

    Cheers!


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  • Registered Users Posts: 7,974 ✭✭✭ thesandeman
    Registered User


    There are big A4 sized sheets in the shops with all the matches on them. Just write 1,X or 2 for home, draw, away beside your selected matches. The odds on the sheet won't be exact as prices may have changed but you can ask when you get to the counter.


  • Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 295 ✭✭ mattaiuseire
    Banned


    Cheers - that turned out to be much easier than I thought.


  • Registered Users Posts: 10,546 ✭✭✭✭ okidoki987
    Registered User


    I haven't ever used a betting machine but would it be very similar to the website?

    Very similar but at a cost of lower odds.


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