Bet365 Accumulator Betting – What is an Acca or Accumulator bet?
Perhaps I’ll start out here by explaining exactly what an accumulator bet, or an “acca” as it’s sometimes known, actually is, as compared with a regular bet. These types of bets comprise multiple bets, on different games or matches. Each bet365 accumulator bet must have at least three selections, and if all three are correct, well you win your bet and this could lead to a very big pocketful of money! If you’re familiar with American casinos, they have slot machines where they also use this system, calling them progressive bets.
How I place a bet365 accumulator bet
In this article we will see how to do an bet365 accumulator bet. I’m an online bettor, so I found this to be an easy process. I just logged into Bet365 to join and also use my betting account. I can also multi-task and check out soccer games and still be able to view other things going on for the day on the left hand side of the screen.
For example, if you’re into Premier League, you choose at least three of the matches in the League for your accumulator bet. Your virtual betting slip is on the right hand of the screen and you’ll be looking for “Multiple Bet Options.” After that you have to find the name with 1@’ next to it, which is the accumulator option. You choose how much you’d like to bet, and the yellow “Place Bet” button is right at the bottom – and that’s it! You’ve done your first accumulator bet in Premiere League Soccer! We’ll keep our fingers crossed for you!
Now, how to beat the odds, and increase your winnings. You know, your favourite team isn’t always the one that wins unfortunately. The key player could be under the weather, be a victim of a red card, or sometimes it’s just bad luck, but this is the name of the game. You can look online on loads of sites that will give you the statistics, of course this concerns the past, but they are going to give you a good idea of who to bet for on the match that interests you. Even in the sports section of the paper, if you prefer that, is a good place to start.