Totescoop6 ~ The Horse Racing National Lottery

January 27, 2016


Perhaps like me you shared in the jubilation of Agnes Haddock as Taranis won the totescoop6 handicap obstacle at Sandown last Saturday. By picking the winner, Agnes secured herself a ₤ 248,288 perk to contribute to the ₤ 410,332 she won by completing the totescoop6 the previous week. This king's ransom came out of a workmanlike ₤ 2 bet.

To win the totescoop6 prize fund a punter must choose the winners of six chosen races on a Saturday.

Channel 4 had a video camera repaired on Agnes as the race unfolded, and as Taranis jumped to the front at the last hurdle, audiences witnessed as her expression turned from among hope and yearning to large exaltation at the line. Great television!

My partner and I hugged each other and we were genuinely thrilled for the laundry female from Cheshire. “It's like she's won the Lottery” said my partner. “No it's not!” I contested, “It takes skill and judgment to pick the right horses– the Lottery just needs you to choose 6 numbers at random.”.

The irony of Agnes' win was not lost on me: this luckiest of fortunate ladies had picked her horses purely on folly, or due to the fact that the names attracted her!

Her first selection Simon won at 7-1 in the 2.25 at Southwell. Agnes stated: “I chose it since I utilized to deal with a really nice lad called Simon.”.

Her second choice was Exotic Dancer which Agnes picked because she had actually backed it formerly, and it trotted up at 6-1 in the 2.45 at Cheltenham.

She got inspiration for the third winner– 6-1 Clouding Over in the 3.05 at Southwell– since it began to rain when she entered into a BetFred bookmakers to put her bet!

Her fourth option, Mountain, was a non-runner so her cash immediately went on the favourite, Katchit – which won in the 3.30 at Cheltenham at 2-1.

Agnes's 5th and sixth horses Haggle Twins and Whispered Secret both romped home at 8-1. … she showed up upon Taranis to carry her hopes for the Bonus due to the fact that it was the number thirteen horse, and her birthday is the thirteenth.

In spite of this fairytale win, I maintain that although the Scoop6 is the horse racing comparable to the National Lottery, there are a number of unique differences. The totescoop6 provides far better value than the Lottery. Severe punters can win a huge return on a tiny stake.

Although there is the argument that sorts of charities benefit from the Lottery, it is strictly for mug punters. Sadly for the charities and Camelot, these punters remain in brief supply nowadays as more and more people are not in it to win it any longer. By contrast, 100,000 players every week are purchasing the Tote Scoop6, in the belief that they are in control of their destiny concerning the wager. To an extent, they are right, and they certainly have far more control than is the case in the National Lottery.

Chances of more than 14 million to one govern the Lotto, whereas Tote Scoop6 punters can minimize their probabilities significantly, by making their own choices concerning the horses that they choose to bring their money.

Returning to the fundamentals of probability, the realistic rate of choosing the first ball that drops out of the Lotto device is of course 48/1 whilst (taking form analysis out of the formula) the price of any horse to win a ten-runner occasion (as an example) is 9/1.

To summarize, and this is just my tongue-in-cheek viewpoint, the Lotto balls are for losers, and fair-play to Agnes Haddock for winning the totscoop6!

About the author: Max Redd has actually been making a living banking on horse racing for over 10 years. He runs the Redd Racing wagering advisory service which provides members a FREE trial and a 60-day money-back earnings guarantee.

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