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  • on 01.11.2012
  • at 09:29 AM
  • by KT

The BBB Charity Challenge!

Did you know that 7-fold accumulator with odds of 8/15 would see you turn £50 into almost £1,000?

Well those boys at Coral have kindly donated a £50 free bet for us to try and do just that – and what’s more if we succeed, we (they!) will donate the full amount to charity; the Injured Jockey’s Fund (IJF) no less.

And given that this is for such a great cause we’d love you to get involved and suggest what bets you think should be included. Follow our progress on Twitter (@BigBettingBlog) and spread the word using hashtag #BBBcharitybet.

Here we will list all our bets (max 1 per day) and keep a running total so you can see how we’re getting on. We’ll be covering a range of sports, including football, racing and more – whatever bets we see as value and can help us reach our goal.

Wish us luck and here’s to raising some money for such a great cause!

The BBB Charity Challenge:

  • Bet No. | Stake | Bet Details | Balance
  • 1. | £50 | Brighton v Leeds (BTTS) @4/5 | £90
  • 2. | £90 | Liverpool v Newcastle (BTTS) @4/5 | £162
  • 3. | £162 | West Brom (v Southampton) @3/4 | £283.50
  • 4. | £283.50 | Milan v Malaga (Under 2.5 Gls) @8/11 | £489.68
  • 5. | £489.68 | Barcelona (-1 Goal) @4/6 | £-

Rules:

1. Start with £50 stake, courtesy of Coral.
2. Betting at odds no longer than 6/4, no shorter than 1/4.
3. Whole balance must be placed on next bet.
4. Max 1 bet per day.
5. Last bet must be settled before nominating next one.

If you would like some more information on the Injured Jockey’s Fund, or would like to make a donation, simply click here for more details.

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