After 40 years of never winning more than a couple of hundred bucks once in a blue moon in tattslotto nearly fell on the floor when the lady told me today we had won $7650 dollars on Monday lotto ...... half way through the slab

Where are the big bash experts?Bet365 have a special of double your winnings on a head to head match if your selection wins and hits 8+ sixes in the game, $100 maximum win. So guessing that $50 would be max bet and if you win you'd end up on $150 if your team wins and hits the required number of sixes?

Chase the Ace is back, but with rules unfortunately. 10 bets max per day, minimum $25 bet starting today (so you can put in 10 bets today, 10 tomorrow, 10 Sunday and 10 Monday before round 1 starts), however you have to spin a wheel on each bet to see how many reward pt's you get per ace, anywhere from 10c-$10 per ace. Pt's awarded whether your player wins or losses.

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Quote from: jvalles69 on January 12, 2018, 05:56:48 PMChase the Ace is back, but with rules unfortunately. 10 bets max per day, minimum $25 bet starting today (so you can put in 10 bets today, 10 tomorrow, 10 Sunday and 10 Monday before round 1 starts), however you have to spin a wheel on each bet to see how many reward pt's you get per ace, anywhere from 10c-$10 per ace. Pt's awarded whether your player wins or losses.Id be taking max per day and then hedging on the other side losing $1-2 per match but always gaining more bonuses

Quote from: WhatMate on January 17, 2018, 06:30:43 PMQuote from: jvalles69 on January 12, 2018, 05:56:48 PMChase the Ace is back, but with rules unfortunately. 10 bets max per day, minimum $25 bet starting today (so you can put in 10 bets today, 10 tomorrow, 10 Sunday and 10 Monday before round 1 starts), however you have to spin a wheel on each bet to see how many reward pt's you get per ace, anywhere from 10c-$10 per ace. Pt's awarded whether your player wins or losses.Id be taking max per day and then hedging on the other side losing $1-2 per match but always gaining more bonusesYou'd be losing a lot more than $1-2 per match if the favourite wins going by that method, especially this early in the tournament where the odds are pretty heavily favoured.Take for example a few matches tomorrow...Djokovic (1.17) vs Monfils (5.10). Minimum bet to get "Chase the Ace" is $25, so an outlay of $50 for the match. If Djokovic wins you get $29.25 back, so a loss of $20.75 even with the bonuses.Or are you suggesting you put the $25 on Joker and $6 on Monfils? Total outlay $31, so lose $.175 if Joker wins, or lose $0.40 if Monfils wins, but you still get the bonus?Because to me that just doesn't seem worth it... I guess you could do it with a closer match odds wise...Ramos-Vinolas (1.51) vs Smyczek (2.44).$25 on RV gets back $37.75$15 on Smyczek gets back $36.6Total outlay $40, but losing between $2.25-$3.40.Just not worth it just to get some bonuses

Quote from: Menzel Washington on January 17, 2018, 10:46:40 PMQuote from: WhatMate on January 17, 2018, 06:30:43 PMQuote from: jvalles69 on January 12, 2018, 05:56:48 PMChase the Ace is back, but with rules unfortunately. 10 bets max per day, minimum $25 bet starting today (so you can put in 10 bets today, 10 tomorrow, 10 Sunday and 10 Monday before round 1 starts), however you have to spin a wheel on each bet to see how many reward pt's you get per ace, anywhere from 10c-$10 per ace. Pt's awarded whether your player wins or losses.Id be taking max per day and then hedging on the other side losing $1-2 per match but always gaining more bonusesYou'd be losing a lot more than $1-2 per match if the favourite wins going by that method, especially this early in the tournament where the odds are pretty heavily favoured.Take for example a few matches tomorrow...Djokovic (1.17) vs Monfils (5.10). Minimum bet to get "Chase the Ace" is $25, so an outlay of $50 for the match. If Djokovic wins you get $29.25 back, so a loss of $20.75 even with the bonuses.Or are you suggesting you put the $25 on Joker and $6 on Monfils? Total outlay $31, so lose $.175 if Joker wins, or lose $0.40 if Monfils wins, but you still get the bonus?Because to me that just doesn't seem worth it... I guess you could do it with a closer match odds wise...Ramos-Vinolas (1.51) vs Smyczek (2.44).$25 on RV gets back $37.75$15 on Smyczek gets back $36.6Total outlay $40, but losing between $2.25-$3.40.Just not worth it just to get some bonuses I'd say it's still worth it, as i've already racked up $700 in bonus betsBut haven't been hedging myself, winners are fairly easy to pick at this stage so there's not really a need to.

Quote from: Big Mac on January 18, 2018, 10:11:21 AMQuote from: Menzel Washington on January 17, 2018, 10:46:40 PMQuote from: WhatMate on January 17, 2018, 06:30:43 PMQuote from: jvalles69 on January 12, 2018, 05:56:48 PMChase the Ace is back, but with rules unfortunately. 10 bets max per day, minimum $25 bet starting today (so you can put in 10 bets today, 10 tomorrow, 10 Sunday and 10 Monday before round 1 starts), however you have to spin a wheel on each bet to see how many reward pt's you get per ace, anywhere from 10c-$10 per ace. Pt's awarded whether your player wins or losses.Id be taking max per day and then hedging on the other side losing $1-2 per match but always gaining more bonusesYou'd be losing a lot more than $1-2 per match if the favourite wins going by that method, especially this early in the tournament where the odds are pretty heavily favoured.Take for example a few matches tomorrow...Djokovic (1.17) vs Monfils (5.10). Minimum bet to get "Chase the Ace" is $25, so an outlay of $50 for the match. If Djokovic wins you get $29.25 back, so a loss of $20.75 even with the bonuses.Or are you suggesting you put the $25 on Joker and $6 on Monfils? Total outlay $31, so lose $.175 if Joker wins, or lose $0.40 if Monfils wins, but you still get the bonus?Because to me that just doesn't seem worth it... I guess you could do it with a closer match odds wise...Ramos-Vinolas (1.51) vs Smyczek (2.44).$25 on RV gets back $37.75$15 on Smyczek gets back $36.6Total outlay $40, but losing between $2.25-$3.40.Just not worth it just to get some bonuses I'd say it's still worth it, as i've already racked up $700 in bonus betsBut haven't been hedging myself, winners are fairly easy to pick at this stage so there's not really a need to.Yeah I'm about $900 up in bonus bets without hedging, the key now is to spend those bonuses wisely which is easier said than done...