Next MBW Lotto 24:
Memberships=126
Total=£2016
In Play
Horses Series 94:
Memberships=70
Total=£1120
In Play
£20M MBW Lotto 23 Sat 5th March:
Memberships=440
Total=£7040
Announced
£3M in 3 weeks - Squirrel Syndicate THE BOOK:
Memberships=60
Total=£960
Open
£11.7M MBW Lotto 22 Sat 26th Feb:
Memberships=440
Total=£7040
Announced
Next 1-dayer TBA:
Memberships=331
Total=£5296
In Play
Cheltenham Series 93:
Memberships=172
Total=£2752
Announced
£11.8M MBW Lotto 21 - Sat 5th Feb:
Memberships=441
Total=£7056
Announced
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£20 Million Joy Of Six - The Odds Of A Big Win With Squirrel Perms

TONIGHT'S £20 Million Must Be Won Draw could be a bonanza and The Squirrel has done the maths on what our possible perms could return. 

After burning the midnight oil, the furry fellow devised a perm costing £14,080 that would give us a 6,400-1 shot of landing the six numbers, but we are certain we won't get enough in for that.

A single £2 ticket has a 45,057,474-1 chance of hitting the jackpot, so shortening the odds from more than 45 Million-to-one to around 6,400-1 would be wonderful, especially if we hit the six.

Last October's £16k plus returns came from a £7,040 perm that had a 12,800-1 chance of landing the jackpot. We almost have enough funds in already to replicate this perm, and if we cut off at 440 memberships and hit the jackpot then we would be paying out £45,454 per membership from a single ticket £20 Million win. If you had five memberships in this perm then we'd expect to be paying out around £227k if we got the single ticket win.

The slightly bigger £8,080 perm with 505 memberships is a 11,200-1 shot at the jackpot, and would pay around £39,603 per membership if we alone got all six numbers. Once again if you had five memberships we'd expect to be paying out around £200k if we got the single ticket win.

The £9,120 perm has a 9,956-1 chance of landing the jackpot, and would pay around £35,087 per membership if we got all six numbers solo, but as it stands we look unlikely to get this much in. Once more if you had five memberships in we'd expect to be paying out around £175k if we got the single ticket win.

The £14k perm, if we got enough in to get it on, and we knocked in all six as outright winners of the Jackpot, would pay £22,727 per membership. So at five memberships that would pay around £113k if we got a single ticket win.

Obviously getting all six up, even at 6,400-1 , is a long-shot, but it’s about the same odds as getting up 4 winners at 8/1 in a decent Lucky 15, so it is attainable as we got a Lucky 15 up about a month ago that paid around £28,000 to members of the Winter Series - our horseracing fans.

We will gauge between now and this evening what level of perm we should go for, and what extended chance of extra returns that the memberships would get us.

We have had 4 numbers up loads of times now, and it's only a matter of time before we improve on that with five numbers or better. We are considering cutting off the perm at 440 memberships, so as ever please do get on early. We have been having some issues with the Club Email.

Some members have also been having issues with their banks, but if you email us with a mobile number we can maybe suggest alternative payment routes if needed.


MBW Lotto 22 To Tackle £11.7M Weekend Draw

MBW Lotto 21 will tackle this weekend's £11.7 Million Must Be Won National Lottery draw after the Wednesday Quadruple Rollover rolled on, so as ever please do get on early. 

We have 451 Lucky Dips from MBW Lotto 21 that will be in play on this Must Be Won Draw with a view to a payout in early March 


MBW Lotto 21 To Tackle Weekend Draw And Sensational Offer On Squirrel Syndicate Book For Members

MBW Lotto 21 will tackle this weekend's £11.8 Million Must Be Won National Lottery draw after the Wednesday Quadruple Rollover rolled on, so as ever please do get on early. 

We have 480 Lucky Dips from MBW Lotto 20 that will be in play on this Must Be Won Draw with a view to a payout later in February.

Thanks to member Pete Holland, the well-respected President of Disley Golf Club, for his Lotto checker spreadsheet, which should mean less time working out the returns and more time in the pub celebrating.

We have added a new opportunity for SuperClub members to our purchase list, so they can get signed first edition copies of our sensational new book - '£3 Million In 3 Weeks - The Squirrel Syndicate - A Gambler's Tale'. 

Many members are mentioned in the book - they make up a very long list indeed covering every letter of the alphabet from Agnes Haddock and Blashy and Baz. through JRN and Keano, to our Channel 4 Morning Line stars Phil The Milk and Mafia Pat all the way through to Schoey and Zebedee. The book highlights some of our most stunning successes to date. It's a great gallop through our gambling past. 

The remarkable rise of the Squirrel Syndicate is chronicled in the hardback tome. We aim to bring it out in time for Easter. The limited edition signed copies will be available to members on a first come first served basis, so please do reserve one early. The book will retail at £19.99 unsigned, but SuperClub members will get their signed limited editions at £19.90, including postage and packing. The plan as it stands is to aim for a launch at Aintree ahead of the Grand National.

We can guarantee that the book is a right, riveting romp through the years of punting that The Squirrel/Spider and pals have embarked on with some never before told stories that are side-splittingly funny, heartbreakingly sad, particularly when that sixth winner passed us by, but also massively informative for anyone wanting to punt for profit.

Unsigned copies of the book will be available on Amazon and in all good bookshops at slightly higher prices after the book launch in April. We imagine the book will be even more popular than Hot Cross Buns this coming Easter.

For horseracing fans Winter Series 91 is now underway with some great jumps action from Sandown, Wetherby and Musselburgh this weekend and flat cards from Lingfield and Kempton. The One-Dayer TBA is in place for when a Scoop6, or Jackpot, looks worth a syndicate play.

Here's to a winning weekend to all.


£12 Million This Weekend MBW Lotto 20 Now Open and 525 MBW Lotto 19 Lucky Dips are Poised For Play

MBW Lotto 20 will be tackling this Saturday's £12 Million Must Be Won National Lottery Draw. 

MBW Lotto19 has 525 Lucky Dips that will be in play on this draw. 

Please do get on early, as we will be capping the MBW Lotto 20 perm at either 440 memberships, or 505 memberships, depending on the level of interest.

Horse-racing fans have a final Saturday in Festive Series 90, which will end with yet another Kempton meeting in play along with a couple of races from Warwick on ITV4. Series 91 will open on January 16th, or soon after the end of the Festive Series this weekend.

The One dayer TBA remains in place to tackle whichever of the Scoop6, or Jackpot, builds up to a level suitable to become a target for a syndicate play, so watch this space.


CHRISTMAS DAY £15 Million Must Be Won Draw

YO,HO,HO...forget Santa emptying his sack on Christmas Day - it's the National Lottery doing the same with a £15 Million Must Be Won Draw.

The Squirrel has been rubbing his nuts in anticipation of a Festive Season bonanza and this Must Be Won draw has him drooling in the drey.

As ever the SuperClub wishes all members a marvellous Festive season and perhaps a sprinkling of luck on Christmas Day with the £15 Million Must Be Won Draw in play on the big day would be wonderful.

We have MBW Lotto19 open to tackle this Seasonal sizzler and we would love an extra present for all our members on December 25th. 

We also have 210 Lucky Dips from MBW Lotto 18 that will be in play for members of that syndicate on the big day.

MBW Lotto 16 and MBW Lotto 17 should be played out and paid out ahead of Christmas with 32 Lucky Dips in play today (Wednesday) in the £2 Million draw and details of any remaining Lucky Dips after that will be in play this weekend. The 32 in play tonight are in full on the Club Picks page for members of that syndicate to view.

As it stands, we are just looking at placing the £7,040 perm. We may add the £1,040 bolt-on perm, but that’s not guaranteed as we need a bit of a Christmas boost if we are to improve our odds of a big win.

Our recent £16k plus returns came from a £7,040 perm that had a 12,800-1 chance of landing the jackpot. We should certainly have enough funds in for Christmas to replicate this perm. If we cut off at 440 memberships and hit the jackpot, then we would be paying out around £34,000 per membership from a single ticket £15 Million win.

The slightly bigger £8,080 perm with 505 memberships is a 11,200-1 shot at the jackpot, and would pay around £29,700 per membership if we alone got all six numbers.

The £9,120 perm has a 9,956-1 chance of landing the jackpot, and would pay around £25,750 per membership if we got all six numbers solo.

The £14k perm, if we got enough in to get it on, is a 6,400-1 shot, and if we knocked in all six as outright winners of the Jackpot with that perm, it would pay about £17,000 per membership.

Obviously getting all six up, even at 6,400-1 , is a long-shot, but it’s about the same odds as getting up 4 winners at 8/1 in a decent Lucky 15, so it is attainable.

We will gauge between now and Christmas Day what level of perm we should go for, and what extended chance of extra returns that the memberships would get us.

We have had 4 numbers up loads of times now, and it's only a matter of time before we improve on that with five numbers or better.

Please get on early, as we need to know if we are capping the memberships at 440, 505, 570 or 880. The level of purchase in during these next few days will help us decide which perm to place.


£11.7 Million Must Be Won Draw THIS Saturday

Camelot expect tonight's Jackpot to be in the region of £11.7 Million and it Must Be Won. In a Lotto Must Be Won draw where no one wins the jackpot by matching 6 main numbers, there’s a Rolldown. This means the jackpot is shared by players matching 2 or more main numbers, so thousands can expect to win a boosted cash prize.


£20 Million Joy Of Six As New Squirrel Perm Shortens Odds Of A Jackpot Win

THE Squirrel has been rubbing his nuts and trying to enhance our chances of landing a load of loot from the £20 Million Must Be Won Draw on Saturday. 

After burning the midnight oil, the furry fellow has come up with a perm costing £14,080 that would give us a 6,400-1 shot of landing the six numbers.

A single £2 ticket has a 45,057,474-1 chance of hitting the jackpot, so shortening the odds from more than 45 Million-to-one to around 6,400-1 would be wonderful, especially if we hit the six.

Our recent £16k plus returns came from a £7,040 perm that had a 12,800-1 chance of landing the jackpot. We have enough funds in already to replicate this perm, and if we cut off at 440 memberships and hit the jackpot then we would be paying out £45,454 per membership from a single ticket £20 Million win.

The slightly bigger £8,080 perm with 505 memberships is a 11,200-1 shot at the jackpot, and would pay around £39,603 per membership if we alone got all six numbers.

The £9,120 perm has a 9,956-1 chance of landing the jackpot, and would pay around £35,087 per membership if we got all six numbers solo.

The £14k perm, if we got enough in to get it on, and we knocked in all six as outright winners of the Jackpot, would pay £22,727 per membership.

Obviously getting all six up, even at 6,400-1 , is a long-shot, but it’s about the same odds as getting up 4 winners at 8/1 in a decent Lucky 15, so it is attainable.

We will gauge between now and Saturday what level of perm we should go for, and what extended chance of extra returns that the memberships would get us.

We have had 4 numbers up loads of times now, and it's only a matter of time before we improve on that with five numbers or better.

Please get on early, as we need to know if we are capping the memberships at 505, 570 or 880. The level of purchase in during the next couple of days will help us decide the perm to place. We have already placed the 256 Lucky Dips from MBW Lotto 15 on this Saturday’s draw, and our standard £7,040 perm is also already on for both MBW Lotto 16 and MBW Lotto 17 that are both playing for that £20 Million MBW pot.


A £20 Million Must Be Won Draw This Saturday, So Get On Early

IT'S the joy of six with a potential bonanza on the National Lottery with a fresh £20 Million Must Be Won Draw announced for next Saturday November 6th. 

The £20 Million could have come just days after we played MBW Lotto 16 this coming Wednesday (November 3rd), but the £11.04 Million Quadruple Rollover was won, so we are combing MBW Lotto 16 and MBW Lotto 17 for the Saturday £20 Million.

With £16,608 paid out from MBW Lotto 14, we were thinking we may get a slightly enhanced perm on, but advanced bookings have not indicated that is a members preference. 

We have 256 Lucky Dips from MBW Lotto 15 that will be played on the £20 Million Must Be Won draw on the Saturday (November 6th).

If considering extra memberships then the £20 Million MBW is the most attractive for those and we would like to get the extended perm on giving us a 9,980-1 chance of landing the jackpot. This is of course still a massive longshot, so please don't go nuts, as even The Squirrel is urging caution.

Our Cheltenham Series 88 got off to a rather bad start, but we have decided that we will extend it to SIX bets to take in the entire November meeting at the Cotswold course, with the weekend highlight the Paddy Power Gold Cup. This weekend we have a cracking Grade One at Down Royal that will see Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Minella Indo make his seasonal reappearance and some great action from Ascot and Haydock this side of the Irish Sea.

The One-dayer TBA is in place to tackle whichever of the Scoop6 or Jackpot builds up to a level suitable to become a target for a syndicate play.

 


MBW Lotto 15 In Play This Weekend On £11.6 Million Must Be Won Draw And MBW Lotto 13 Paid Out

MBW Lotto15 will be in play on this Saturday's £11.6 Million Must Be Won Draw. We will be playing 370 Lucky Dips from MBW Lotto 14 on that draw, and we paid out MBW Lotto 13 at the start of the week. We are hoping to get to 505 memberships this time, enough for our £8k perm. If we landed the jackpot with that, each £20 membership would pay around £23,000, so enough to put a smile on all our faces.

Horse-racing Series 87 is in play and will run until October 16th. Members of that can sit back and see if we can conjure up some nice winners at Newmarket and York - the meetings live on ITV. The One-dayer TBA is in place to tackle whichever of the Scoop6, or Jackpot, builds to a level suitable to become a target for a syndicate play. 

There are £15,925 returns so far on MBW Lotto 14, so they are secure, and we have 370 Lucky Dips in play this Saturday's Must Be Won Draw that with luck will add to the already landed profits. MBW Lotto 15 will most likely be capped at 505 memberships, so just about 185 memberships presently remain available at time of writing, so please do get on early to avoid disappointment.


MBW Lotto 15 Is Open As MBW Lotto 13 plays TWO Lucky Dips On This Weekend's £7.5 Million Triple Rollover

MBW Lotto15 is open for the next Must Be Won Draw, which if the rollovers continue will be next weekend. We will be playing 370 Lucky Dips from MBW Lotto 14 on that draw, but before then we have TWO Lucky Dips in play this Saturday from MBW Lotto 13 that should payout next week ahead of MBW Lotto 15. There are £15,925 returns so far on MBW Lotto 14 and we have the 370 Lucky Dips on top.


£15 Million Must Be Won Draw THIS Saturday 18th September

The National Lottery have announced a bonus £15 Million Must Be Won draw for THIS Saturday.

No need for 4 rollovers not won, the National Lottery has declared a £15 Million Must Be Won Draw.

We will be playing the Lotto with at least the main £7,040 perm, which would be 440 memberships.

The Squirrel is considering the £8k and £9K perms, but we will see how quickly the remaining memberships in the existing perm are taken up, before a possible increase in memberships of a further 65 or 130. 

Members must remember that it is still a longshot, so please don't go mad. Even The Squirrel isn't completely nuts!

For racing fans the Ayr Gold Cup Series ends tomorrow and a fresh 4-bet racing Series will be opened at the weekend.


£20 Million Must Be Won Draw THIS Saturday And Even The Scoop6 Rolled

Well, The Squirrel is rubbing his nuts....it's a £20 Million Must Be Won Lottery THIS Saturday.

No need for rollovers, the National Lottery has declared a £20 Million Must Be Won Draw. And on top of that the Scoop6 last weekend rolled, so we could be playing with races from Haydock and Ascot next weekend.

As members know we will be playing the National Lottery with at least the £8,080 perm that landed £13,001 and 562 Lucky Dips on the last Must Be Won draw.

The Squirrel is now reconsidering the £9K perm that would give us a 9,880-1 chance of landing the jackpot - we will see how the remaining 81 memberships in the existing perm go this week, before a possible increase in memberships of a further 65. NB: We have decided against this and it will be capped at 505, so do get on early.

As we mentioned we needed to get closer to the £8K target ahead of next weekend for it to be worth our while filling in the hundreds of extra slips for the extension to the perm.

It's great that the big number is £20 Million and that's why The Squirrel fancies the extended perm - it's not every day after all that you have a less than 10,000-1 chance of landing £20 Million.

Yet members must remember that it is still a longshot, so please don't go mad. Even The Squirrel isn't completely nuts! This Wednesday the £9.1 Million Quadruple Rollover rolled, but whatever happened the £20 Million Must Be Won draw was always taking place on Saturday. 

Mrs Squirrel will find it hard to contain his excitement in the coming week and the Bank Holiday will see him pacing the drey, doing even more algebraic equations.

He will need gallons of Finbarr's Dizzy Blonde in that historic coaching house The Three Tunnes to calm him down. If you see him, buy him a pint and shake his paw, the luck might just rub off. 


If My Auntie Was My Uncle - SuperClub Member Reveals Luck of The Draw Moment

Those in syndicate MBW 12 will be aware of the balls dropping on the Wednesday ahead of the £20 Million Saturday draw and how things could have been very different.

It might well be one of those, if my Auntie was my Uncle moments, but it does highlight the potential for a decent payout from the Squirrel perms. With MBW 11 being a disaster our furry friend feared we might struggle to get the extra £1k for the bolt-on to take the perm up from £8k to £9k and he was correct.

Yet longstanding member Ken Burrell pointed out on Saturday evening that the draw on the Wednesday would have been wonderful for our perms, if those very numbers had dropped at the weekend.

So it goes like this.....the Wednesday numbers drawn were 12,27,29,35,36 and 41 with bonus ball 51 - and as we have 27,29,35 and 36 together on 110 lines in our main perm, that would have given us five ball wins five times and four ball wins 105 times. On Saturday five numbers paid £11,851 and four numbers £294 .

But Stretford-based Ken had made the startling point that on that particular draw, we would have been one main ball away from £20 Million and one bonus ball away from £1 Million. As if any of 55,56,57,58 or 59 had dropped instead of the main ball 41 then that would have given us a Jackpot. And any one of 55,56,57,58 or 59 as the bonus ball instead of 51 would have paid £1M (or £1,387,899 with a rolldown). Or even both for £21M !

Many thanks to Ken for spotting this, and it shows that the perm could in fact take down £20 Million Plus one day!

The Squirrel has done the maths on those Wednesday numbers and if they had come out on Saturday, we would have had 5 x 5 balls at £11,851, so that would be £59,255, we would also have had 105 x four balls at £294, which is £30,870 on the Saturday rolldown figures, though just 5 x three balls at £107 each, so £535, and finally 175 Lucky Dips for a further £875. 

Overall those numbers would have paid if popping out on Saturday instead of Wednesday a total of £91,535, so that's being one number away from the Jackpot and one bonus ball away from £1 Million. We are pretty sure that we will knock in a five ball win at some point with our perms, but the six would be the icing on the cake - this shows the kind of figures that five numbers could yield on a Rolldown draw.

Thanks again to all those members, who have sent in messages of support for the current scheme. Our mathematically minded friend The Squirrel is probably the last person to advocate playing any lottery, but these rolldown draws do offer some value in the poor value world of lotteries. They do after all remain a lottery, but with the size of perm we are placing we do narrow our odds of a jackpot win to 11,152-1 with the £8k perm and if we do go up to £9k then that will narrow the odds even further to 9,880-1 - please remember both remain longshots.

But we could envisage probably doubling those stakes once we do get a decent win as people will possibly realise The Squirrel ain't nuts! Those who have won millions with us before on the horses, probably already realise this, but it does take a leap of faith for some new members. Do read The Huffington Post article headlined 'Jerry And Marge Go Large' for further understanding of The Squirrel scheme.

Incidentally, none of our Aunties were our Uncles, or rather in this none gender age - there is actually every chance that someone out there does have an Uncle who is now their Auntie and vice, versa. As Ken put it on Saturday night - 'it's strange how we were near, but yet so far, from a small fortune.' The Squirrel knows it's all about the numbers and he's rubbing his nuts at the prospect of a draw when our balls fall just right.

Wishing all members a winning week! We have opened MBW 13 to tackle the next rolldown draw that could be the end of this month, so that could be lucky for some....as ever The Squirrel says get on early! We know he's not nuts as that famous headline in The Sun once told 4 million readers almost two decades ago!


Cheshire housewife batters the bookies with 4.52 bet with a winner disqualified

A single mum used nice names to win £246,238 from a £4.52 bet at glorious Goodwood…despite one of her selections being disqualified after crossing the winning line in front.

Bookmakers William Hill had a first past the post policy and paid out on Dark Red at 12-1, but the five-year-old grey gelding was placed second to the Queen’s horse Fabricate at 20-1 after a steward’s enquiry in the opening race of the prestigious Goodwood meeting.

And amazingly three of the mum-of-two’s other picks won. They were Thechildren’strust at 100-1, Breton Rock at 50-1 and El Astronaute at 33-1.

Her final selection Darkroom Angel led to just over a furlong out and would have landed her £1 million the bookmaker’s maximum payout, but the three-year-old filly ran out of puff and finished in 10th. Her bet included a 1p EW five-timer and if the fifth horse had won the accumulated odds would have paid her more than £3 million, but that would have been capped by the maximum payout rule.

The Cheshire housewife, who is in her 30s, plans to use her winnings to buy a new house for her and the children as the win came as she was searching for a new rental home in Ellesmere Port, Wirral.

William Hill’s first past the post policy meant her 5p ew four-timer came in, along with extra doubles and trebles and the policy landed the lady £201,330 that would have been lost with the disqualification at many other bookmakers.

The woman also took 80-1 on Thechildren’stust, but William Hill had a best odds guaranteed policy and with the odds drifting to 100-1 that meant the lucky lady landed a whopping £47,869 extra.

Her bet in full was 10 x 10p each way doubles, 10 x 10p each way trebles, 5 x 5p each way four folds and a 1p EW fivefold for a total stake of £4.52.

Her selections were:

1.50 Goodwood Dark Red price taken 12-1 (first past the post then placing reversed, but William Hill paid as winner)
3.00 Goodwood Breton Rock price taken 50-1 WON
4.10 Goodwood Thechildren'strust 100-1* WON (80-1 when she placed the bet, but best odds guaranteed)
4.45 Goodwood El Astronaute price taken 33-1 WON
5.15 Goodwood Darkroom Angel price taken 16-1 10th

Winnings £246,238.73

William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams said: "Some of our racing traders have been in the game for 40 years and none of them can remember such an astonishing bet that so nearly cost us a million.

‘A few were almost having heart attacks watching the final race, but the punter inside all of us was cheering on the lady’s last selection and it was in front for a long way.

‘But I am not sure if the boss would approve of that. It was every punter’s bet of a lifetime – winning a fortune for less than a fiver.

‘A few quid outlay and the lady has a new house – talk about finding your dream home.’

Expert Eye, in the Vintage Stakes, was the only winning favourite on the card on day one of the five day meeting, with hot favourite Big Orange being turned over by 6-1 shot Stradivarius, and the final race falling to 15-2 chance Shenanigans.

Britain’s most successful female gambler ever also came from leafy Cheshire. Agnes Haddock was in her 40s when she landed £688,000 with a £2 bet on the popular ITV Saturday bet the Tote Scoop6.

Agnes, of Northwich, who set up an online syndicate www.scoop6superclub.com to help others win and has landed further fortunes with her club in recent years, said: ‘It’s brilliant when girl punting power produces the goods. Well done to this woman – let’s hope lots of other ladies win big at Glorious Goodwood.

‘My six picks on that tremendous day 10 years ago were all based on nice names – it’s great when girls are on top. We all love battering the bookies.’


IMPORTANT SCOOP6 RULE CHANGE

Please be aware that from Friday 13th January the tote are introducing a new rule to the Scoop6 pool.
 
In the event of one or more Scoop6 races being abandoned or voided, WHETHER BEFORE OR AFTER THE FIRST LEG HAS BEGUN, any money brought forward to the totescoop6 win fund will not form any part of the fund, and the funds will solely be comprised of money invested on that day’s totescoop6 pool.
 

Bonus race update for members

THE BONUS race is most likely to be at Warwick....the plans for the day will become apparent over the next couple of days.

The Betfred Classic Chase currently has 32-runners declared, but that number should half come raceday. We want the weather to hold and the freeze to hold off...oh and we want to pick the winner.

Presently, all members in last weekend's syndicate have the funds in their club account, but we are leaving any withdrawal requests as pending until we know the bonus outcome.

Anyhow, as explained in the last all-rounder email we don't yet have the winnings across in our account, so leaving the payments as pending is simplest.

We will be studying the form for the £766,818 bonus race, but the present returns members have are guaranteed, so if we miss the bonus we will make the payouts probably by Monday morning.

But if we get the bonus race winner, all those withdrawal requests will be rejected and we will ask members to reapply for the larger sum.

If with a little luck we get the bonus those current returns will be added to if we get it right on our own to the tune of £4,078.82 per membership, but if going in with the other winner each membership will be worth a further £2,039.41 as we would split the £766,818 bonus.

The above figures relate to the £20 one-weeker syndicate and the Series 28 players are on approximately a quarter of those figures, but the payout will happen with them as everat the end of the series in a week or so.

We once again thank members for their warm words and the congratulations and will be doing our best on behalf of the club this weekend.

Remember at the end of the day this is a free go at £766,818, so a proper bonus. Just sit back and enjoy the ride....a bit like Jamie Moore did on Mountainous inthe Welsh Grand National, but without being so mud splattered!  

 


Many Clouds Shuts The Door on Scoop6 Bonus Hunter

Many Clouds produced a stunning performance in the Grand National to dash the hopes of the single Scoop6 winning ticket holder who chose Shutthefrontdoor to provide both themselves and AP McCoy with a fairytale victory.

 

Steered home by Leighton Aspell, this year’s Hennessy winner also ensured the win fund was not won and rolls over to next weekend.

 

Totepool spokesman Mark Pearson said: “Not only did Many Clouds thwart punters up and down the country he also scuppered the chances of the bonus hunter taking his winnings to over a million pounds. There will be three quarters of a million in the combined funds next weekend.”

 

Saturday   11th   April   2015

 

 

totescoop6 

 

Saturday’s turnover £153,090

 

Win                             Not Won          rollover          £155,100

    

Place                          £ 227.00               118  winners  

                       

Bonus                         Not Won         rollover          £401,649

 

Win Fund units left after leg 1        22,528

 

Win Fund units left after leg 2        2,353

 

Win Fund units left after leg 3        465

 

Win Fund units left after leg 4        72

 

Win Fund units left after leg 5        8

 


Scoop6 could produce a millionaire

One totescoop6 player has a shot at becoming a millionaire in tomorrow’s bonus race – the Crabbie’s Grand National – at Aintree.

 

The anonymous punter bagged the whopping £762,120 win fund at Hayock last Saturday and could pocket another £382,513 if they correctly pick the winner of the 39-runner minefield that is the National.

 

Shutthefrontdoor is currently the 7/1 favourite with Betfred for the bonus race but is expected to go off much shorter considering he will be ridden by AP McCoy.

 

totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said:  “It would be terrific if we could create anotherScoop6 millionaire in the Grand National.  Shutthefrontdoor is sure to go off favourite so it would be no surprise if our bonus hunter banks on McCoy to make them a millionaire.”   

 

The Grand National card features heavily in tomorrow’s Scoop6 which kicks off with a £101,519 starting fund.  Five of the six legs come from Liverpool, with the remaining leg taking place at Lingfield.

 

The final leg will be the Grand National itself, a race in which totewin punters were in clover last year when 39 of the 40 runners returned a dividend higher than SP.

 

Last year’s winner Pineau de Re returned at 25/1, but totewin punters were rewarded with a dividend of £32.80.

 

Griffiths added: “The tote always offers incredible value on the Grand National.  Almost every runner beat SP last year, so we advise anyone having a flutter to check the totewin prices before placing a bet with the bookies.”   

 

Aintree inevitably hosts tomorrow’s totejackpot, while the World Famous JUST EAT Mersey Novices’ Hurdle (1:30 Aintree) will be the totetrifecta rollover race.

 

totescoop6 races – 11/04/2015

 

Leg 1: 1:30 Aintree

Leg 2: 2:05 Aintree

Leg 3: 2:50 Aintree

Leg 4: 3:00 Lingfield

Leg 5: 3:25 Aintree

Leg 6: 4:15 Aintree

 

totescoop6 rollovers – 11/04/2015

 

Win: £101,519

Bonus: £382,513

 

totejackpot – 11/04/2015

 

Aintree

 

totetrifecta rollover race – 11/04/2015

 

1:30 Aintree

 

totejackpot – 12/04/2015

  

Ffos Las

 
 

A single ticket lands £762,121 Scoop6

Well done to the Scoop6 player who beat Scoop6 Super Club to the £762,121 win fund today - we scored five out of six winners for the second time in as many months.

While this weekend's winner will be faced with the Grand National as a bonus race with £382,513 in the pool if their free selection wins the big Aintree race.

The odds are their ticket will be on AP McCoy's mount Shutthefrontfoor - last year's Irish Grand National winner - which is set to go off the shortest priced favourite in the modern era.

The Football Colossus Club will be attacking a new £92k PICK4 starting on Monday and expected to hit the £270,000 mark, so we will be hoping to recoup losses from that.

Our One Week Scoop6 syndicate members have now been paid out, so funds will be in people's accounts and will be paid out over the Bank Holiday weekend, or can be used towards shares in our new soccer syndicate.


One punter cracks huge Easter Scoop6

One totescoop6 ticket holder was celebrating this evening after landing a total of £762,120 when Central Flame ran away with the final leg at Haydock.
 
Despite a 33/1 winner of the opening leg, seven tickets remained going in to the final leg including four on the favourite Hello George, but only one was on James Walton's charge who powered away to win by 11 lengths.
 
This means the lucky winner could take their haul beyond £1m if they can pick the winner of next weekend's bonus race which is likely to be the Crabbie's Grand National at Aintree.
 
Totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: "Considering there was a 33/1 winner of the first leg, our winner pulled a rabbit out of that hat to crack the huge Easter Scoop6.  We're delighted for them and hope they can take their winnings beyond £1m next weekend."
 
A total of £492,466 was bet into this afternoon's pools and there were 797 winners of the place fund which paid £108.10.
 

totescoop6 dividends – 04/04/2015

 

Win: £762,120 – One winner

Place: £108.10 – 797 winners

 

totescoop6 rollovers – 04/04/2015

 

Bonus: £382,513

 

totescoop6 leg breakdown – 04/04/2015

 
After leg 1: 1,393
After leg 2: 215
After leg 3: 147
After leg 4: 74
After leg 5: 7
After leg 6: 1
 
 

Shutthefrontdoor 8/1 to go off shortest National favourite of modern era

Betfred, official betting partner of the Crabbie’s Grand National, quote Shutthefrontdoor at 8/1 to be sent off the shortest priced favourite of the modern era.

 

The eight-year-old, who heads the Grand National market at 7/1, will need to go off at 10/3 or less in order to eclipse Aintree legend Red Rum who started at 7/2 in 1975.

 

AP McCoy still has to choose who he will ride in the world’s most famous steeplechase andBetfred make him 1/20 to pick Shutthefrontdoor over Cause Of Causes at 8/1.

 

Don’t Push It provided the 19 time champion jockey with a five length Grand National success in 2010 and Betfred also quote 14/1 that Shutthefrontdoor wins next Saturday’s race by further.

 

Betfred spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: “Shutthefrontdoor has been backed off the boards for over a month and the gamble shows no signs of slowing.

 

“The McCoy factor is driving the odds down all the time so it would be folly to rule out a starting price of less than 7/2.”   

 

Crabbie’s Grand National – Betfred bet: 7 Shutthefrontdoor;

 

9 Rocky Creek;

 

10 Balthazar King;

 

12 The Druids Nephew;

 

20 Alvarado, Cause Of Causes, Godsmejudge, Soll, Spring Heeled, Unionsite;

 

25 Al Co, Gallant Oscar, Goonyella, Many Clouds, Pineau de Re, Rebel Rebellion, Royale Knight;

 

33 Ballycasey, Dolatulo, First Lieutenant, Lord Windermere, Monbeg Dude, Night In Milan, Saint Are, Sam Winner, The Package;

 

40 Across The Bay, Benvolio, Chance du Roy, Corrin Wood, Court By Surprise, Hadrian’s Approach, Home Farm, Wyck Hill;

 

50 Any Currency, Broadway Buffalo, Carlito Brigante, Duke Of Lucca, Mon Parrain, Mountainous, Oscar Time, Raz de Maree, Renard, Super Duty, Vintage Star;

 

66 Alpha Victor, Baileys Concerto, Bob Ford, Gas Line Boy, Guess Again, Harry The Viking, Owega Star, Portrait King, Rigadin de Beauchene, Rubi Light, Standing Ovation, Sydney Paget, The Rainbow Hunter, Tranquil Sea;

 

100 Ballyoliver, Ely Brown, Glenquest, Ikorodu Road, Lackamon, Maggio, Mart Lane, Neptune Equester, River Choice, Rose Of The Moon, Tales Of Milan;

200 American Spin.

 

¼ 1-2-3-4. NRNB

 

Shutthefrontdoor finishing position – Betfred bet: 7 First, 8 Second, 10 Third, Fourth, 4/9 Unplaced.

 

WIN ONLY

 

Shutthefrontdoor SP – Betfred bet: 6/5 – 5/1 to 6/1 inclusive; 5/2 – 7/2 to 9/2 inclusive; 11/4 – 13/2 or longer; 8 – 10/3 or shorter.

 

WIN ONLY

 

Who will AP McCoy ride – Betfred bet: 1/20 Shutthefrontdoor, 8 Cause Of Causes.

 

WIN ONLY

 

Cause Of Causes v Shutthefrontdoor – Betfred bet: 1/4 Shutthefrontdoor, 11/4 Cause Of Causes.

 

WIN ONLY

 

Shutthefrontdoor to win by further than Don’t Push It (5 lengths) – Betfred bet: 14 Yes.

 

WIN ONLY

 

Flat Start to the Season for Scoop6 Punters, but Easter bonanza looms

It was a flat start to the season for Scoop6 punters as the bet rolled after Leg 5, but Scoop6 Super Club landed the last two winners and managed four place lines on a very tough day.

 

There was just one ticket remaining and Royal Bajan winning the 3.30 from Chelmsford rolled the Scoop6, despite the 8-1 shot featuring prominently in our perm and we then banged in Gabriel in the Lincoln for a decent close of play.

 

The Squirrel is now looking forward to next weekend - he's no plans to mate with the the Easter Bunny, but is keen to get his furry paws on the Scoop6 pot.

 

Totepool spokesman Mark Pearson said: “The Scoop6 will be well over the million pound mark for Easter weekend.”

 

The combined funds currently stand at £910,712 with £589,757 in the win fund and £320,955 in the bonus.

 

Meanwhile there were problems with the acceptance of Totepool bets in all betting shops and online on Saturday morning.

 

Pearson added: “We have launched a full investigation into the problems faced by customers attempting to place totepool bets including the Scoop6 on Saturday morning. First and foremost we apologise to all customers and we thank them for their patience. We are working hard to make sure this does not happen again.”

 

Saturday’s Scoop6

Turnover £279,058

51 winners of the place fund which paid £957.50

Leg 1 – 14,385

Leg 2 – 222

Leg 3 – 31

Leg 4 – 1

Leg 5 – 0

Leg 6 - 0

 


11 bonus hunters miss out as Milborough lands Betfred Eider

The 11 punters chasing this afternoon’s £128,715 totescoop6 bonus fund were out of luck after Milborough won the Betfred Eider at odds of 18/1.

 

The bonus hunters covered six of the 18-strong field with four tickets on the well backed favourite Shotgun Paddy, who crashed out 10 fences from home.

 

This means £151,077 rolls over in that particular fund, while the win pool has grown to £114,098 after Rocky Creek eliminated the last three tickets in the final leg at Kempton. The Scoop6 Super Club managed four place lines for a return of more than £1,400.

 

Totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: “It was going to take a surprise in the Eider to trigger a rollover and that’s exactly what Milborough delivered.  With the win fund also going down, next weekend’s bet could be worth £400,000.”

 

A total of £178,892 was invested into today’s pools and there were 87 winners of the £359.80 place fund.

 

totescoop6 dividends – 21/02/2015

 

Win: Not won

Bonus: Not won

Place: £359.80 – 87 winners

 

totescoop6 rollovers – 21/02/2015

 

Win: £114,098

Bonus: £151,077

 

totescoop6 leg breakdown – 21/02/2015

 

After Leg 1 – 1:45 Lingfield: Rivellino – 7,732

After Leg 2 – 2:00 Kempton: Beltor – 2,627

After Leg 3 – 2:15 Lingfield: Baddilini – 57

After Leg 4 – 2:55 Newcastle: Milborough – 4

After Leg 5 – 3:25 Lingfield: Grendisar – 3

After Leg 6 – 3:45 Kempton: Rocky Creek – 0

 

11 Scoop6 winners bid for £128k bonus

The 11 winners of last weekend’s totescoop6 could add a further £128,715 to their haul if they can unearth the winner of the bonus race – the Betfred Eider – at Newcastle tomorrow afternoon.

Each of the 11 lucky ticket holders pocketed £38,046 on last weekend’s bet, but four of them picked up an extra £25,000 after placing their bet through a Betfred channel.

Among the winners are six £2 players, of which five are betting shop punters including one Betfred customer.

Totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: “We love seeing £2 punters winning the Scoop6 so to have six of them going for a big bonus is really exciting.

“The Betfred Eider is extremely competitive, but with 11 tickets in the mix it would be a surprise if at least one of them doesn’t pick the winner.”

Tomorrow’s Scoop6 win pool includes a £51,486 starting fund and is expected to reach £125,000 ahead of the opening leg.  The six races are divided between Kempton, Lingfield and Newcastle.  Five legs will be shown live on Channel 4.

Betfred boss Fred Done is also dangling an extra £100,000 carrot to any Betfred customer that wins Saturday’s Scoop6.  The prize will be shared if there are multiple winners. 

Saturday’s totejackpot is at Newcastle, which also hosts the totetrifecta rollover race – the Betfred Eider (2:55 Newcastle).

totescoop6 races – 21/02/2015

Leg 1: 1:45 Lingfield

Leg 2: 2:00 Kempton

Leg 3: 2:15 Lingfield

Leg 4: 2:55 Newcastle – bonus race

Leg 5: 3:25 Lingfield

Leg 6: 3:45 Kempton

totescoop6 rollovers – 21/02/2015

Win: £51,486

Bonus: £128,715

totejackpot – 21/02/2015

Newcastle

totetrifecta rollover race – 21/02/2015

2:55 Newcastle

totejackpot – 22/02/2015

Southwell


Colossus PICK4 almost hits £1 million and club going strong

A MASSIVE influx of funds on the Colossus PICK4 saw the predicted record-breaking pool smash through the £750,000 mark and soar towards £1 million - stopping eventually less than £87,000 short at £913,192.

And the Squirrel has put the Football Colossus Club in a tasty position after Barca's thrilling 3-2 win over Villareal and already we've been offered cash-in figures of more than double our stake.

An enormous 461,118 tickets went into the pool at the start and after that 3-2  only 17,086 are through to the Tuesday FA CUP games - it's a knockout competition and we hope to be going strong for the final leg on Wednesday - the Bolton V Liverpool game on TV.

The Football Colossus Club has very good cover from here on at this point, and even has a 1-2 Cambridge win on one of our slips. That outcome carries a fraction over 14 tickets and 3.5 of those are ours , so that could be a bonanza result.

Though we do have 11 other scorelines to cheer on and a goal for underdogs Cambridge would knock many thousands of tickets out.

Football Colossus Club has hopefully backed a winner with this record-breaking PICK4.  


Record Totepool Greyhound Jackpot to take place at Hall Green, Tuesday 27th January

AFTER SIX rollovers of the Totepool Greyhound Sky Sports Jackpot the pot now stands at a record breaking £141,003.

 

Punters up and down the country will be clambering to take part in the bet when the Sky Sports cameras visit Hall Green for their Prestige meeting tomorrow evening. And the Scoop6 Super Club will be playing for the pool with our Jackpot syndicate 003, so get on before 7.30pm tomorrow (Tuesday).

 

The bet’s organisers Totepool predict the pool could hit an astronomical £500,000 tomorrow giving Greyhound fans a chance to play for a potential life changing payout.

 

The bet will consist of races 3 to 8 broadcast live on Sky Sports with the first race of the Jackpot scheduled to start at 7.43pm and finish with the Prestige final itself at 9.08pm.

 

To get on punters will be able to place their bets in all UK bookmakers with a Tote Direct facility, or alternatively on a bookmaker website with Totepool betting available.

 

Totepool Operations Director Brent Dolan said: “We expect the pool to bulge to a massive £500,000 tomorrow with there being a real possibility of a 6 figure payout to winning customers. In regards to Totepool betting on Greyhound Racing we expect tomorrow to be record breaking in every sense.”

 

Totepool Greyhounds Jackpot races – 27/01/2015

 

Leg 1: 7.43 Hall Green

Leg 2: 7.59 Hall Green

Leg 3: 8.16 Hall Green

Leg 4: 8.33 Hall Green

Leg 5: 8.51 Hall Green

Leg 6: 9.08 Hall Green

 

Jackpot rollover: £141,003

 

 

Scoop6 rolls, but bonus is landed as Super Club collects four place lines

THE Scoop6 bonus went when If In Doubt under AP McCoy won the Skybet Chase, but the win fund had rolled before the race as no tickets were on the 16-1 winner at Cheltenham.

Alan King's Ordo Ab Chao was the only horse in the 3pm race to not have a ticket on it in the win fund after Anacotty had landed leg four with 401 ticketholders cheering and the bay gelding battled up the hill to repel hot 11-10 favourite Value At Risk, which had 219 tickets on and victory for Dan Skelton's six-year-old would certainly have seen the Scoop6 landed.

The Scoop6 sper Club managed four place lines with the first and second in the last leg and the second leg, so returns of £477.20 for club members.

We are going to the dogs on Tuesday as our Jackpot Syndicate 003 aims to land a share of the British record-breaking greyhound jackpot at Hall Green that is expected to top the £500,000 mark with all the races live on Sky TV. Get on board before Tuesday evening - payouts on the Scoop6 will be made over the weekend. 


Mystery punter hunting Scoop6 bonus

One mystery punter could take their total totescoop6 winnings to just under £600,000 on Saturday afternoon.

 

The anonymous ticket-holder netted a whopping £448,236 last Saturday after being the only player to pick all six winners and will add another £145,271 to their haul if able to nominate the winner of tomorrow’s bonus race – the SkyBet Chase – at Doncaster.   

 

totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: “We wish the mystery player the very best of luck as they look to take their total Scoop6 haul up to nearly £600,000.”

 

This weekend’s win fund kicks off with a £58,108 starting fund and is expected to hit £125,000 by the time the pools close.

 

The six legs are divided between Cheltenham and Doncaster, with the first leg going off at 1:15pm. 

 

Saturday’s totejackpot is at Doncaster and the totetrifecta rollover race will be the SkyBet Chase (3:15 Doncaster).

  

totescoop6 races – 24/01/2015

 

Leg 1: 1:15 Cheltenham

Leg 2: 1:30 Doncaster

Leg 3: 2:25 Cheltenham

Leg 4: 3:00 Cheltenham

Leg 5: 3:15 Doncaster – bonus race

Leg 6: 4:10 Cheltenham

 

totescoop6 rollovers – 24/01/2015

 

Win: £58,108

Bonus: £145,271

 

totejackpot – 24/01/2015

 

Doncaster

 

totetrifecta rollover race – 24/01/2015

 

3:15 Doncaster

 

totejackpot – 25/01/2015

  

Sedgefield

 

Rebel Rebellion secures Scoop6 for one winner

A win for Rebel Rebellion in the bet365 Handicap Chase at Ascot landed this afternoon’s totescoop6 for one lucky ticket-holder.

 

A total of twelve tickets were still in the mix going into the last leg before Jack Sherwood booted home the 12/1 shot to secure a £448,236 windfall for the winner.

 

Early indications are the successful punter placed their bet on the internet via totepool.com and will play for the £145,271 bonus prize next Saturday.

 

totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: “It’s another huge win on the Scoop6 and we’re delighted for the successful ticket-holder who will be popping the champagne tonight.”

 

A whopping £516,586 was invested into today’s pools and there were 749 winners of the place fund, which returned £120.60.

 

totescoop6 dividends – 17/01/2015

 

Win: £448,236 – one winner

Place: £120.60 – 749 winners

 

totescoop6 rollovers – 17/01/2015

 

Bonus: £145,271

 

totescoop6 leg breakdown – 17/01/2015

 

After Leg 1 – 1:50 Ascot: Bitofapuzzle – 77,647

After Leg 2 – 2:00 Lingfield: History Book – 19,446

After Leg 3 – 2:25 Ascot: Baradari – 2,814

After Leg 4 – 2:35 Lingfield: Lunar Deity – 410

After Leg 5 – 3:15 Haydock: Samstown – 12

After Leg 6 – 3:35 Ascot: Rebel Rebellion – 1

 

Back of the net for Football Colossus Club in record-breaking £561,031 PICK4

OUR Football Colossus Club scored in the record breaking £561,031 PICK4 with Swindon's 3-0 triumph at the Ricoh Arena landing members a return of £22,038.48.

A return of more than 110,000-1 for our 20p winning line was a great result and just 2.545 tickets got the four scores correct. This takes the Football Colossus Club returns since the start of the Premiership season to the £60,000 mark and the Squirrel is getting into the swing with his soccer bets.

The Football Colossus Club started on the path to profit on Sunday's bet with Arsenal's 3-0 win over Stoke when our crafty club perm compiler the Squirrel covered all 17 outcomes.

The next game was the Southampton 1-0 victory at Old Trafford and the furry fellow once agan had all 17 outcomes covered in our perms on the match.

On Sunday night the La Liga clash between Barcelona and Atletico Madrid saw a 3-1 triumph and once again we had the full 17 outcomes covered.

That meant on Tuesday night the bushy-tailed bounder's perm had all 17 outcomes covered once again and 3-0 to Swindon was one of the top five dividends for the club.

Members have now been paid out and the Football Colossus Club will this weekend be aiming for the £83,972 rollover PICK4 with games starting at 4pm on Sunday with the Manchester City V Arsenal game, then on Monday night the Everton V WBA match, on Tuesday Liverpool V Chelsea and on Wednesday the finale will be the Spurs V Sheffield United cup game. We reckon the pool on this rollover could hit £250,000, so well worth landing.

Before then the Scoop6 Super Club will be aiming to take down the anticipated £500,000 Scoop6 on Saturday. The more winning members the better for all of us, so get on board.


Return Spring heads Betfred Classic Chase betting

Return Spring heads the sponsor’s betting for Saturday’s Betfred Classic Chase at 6/1 in their opening show on the marathon handicap at Warwick.

Benbane Head is next at 8/1, alongside last year’s winner Shotgun Paddy.  West End Rocker and Rigadin de Beauchene, who landed the spoils in 2011 and 2013 respectively, can be backed at 10/1.

Betfred spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: “Return Spring has a lovely profile as an unexposed novice and we just favour him in what looks a cracking renewal of the Betfred Classic Chase.”   

Betfred Classic Chase – sponsors bet: 6 Return Spring, 8 Benbane Head, Shotgun Paddy, 10 Adrenalin Flight, Carruthers, Rigadin de Beauchene, Theatrical Star, West End Rocker, 12 Ballyoliver, Global Power, Hawkes Point, Sixty Something, 14 Incentivise, Tales Of Milan, 16 Cadeau George, 20 Peckhamecho, 25 Dark Glacier, Mart Lane.

¼ 1-2-3

 

Emperor rules for Scoop6 bonus hunter

An anonymous £4 Betfair punter landed the totescoop6 bonus fund this afternoon after Emperor’s Choice got the better of a head-bobbing finish to the Coral Welsh Grand National at Chepstow.

The three winners of last weekend’s win fund all went for different horses in the bonus race with the other two plumping for Amigo and Woodford County.

This means the mystery punter adds an extra £204,240 to the £103,316 they collected last Saturday, taking their total haul to a whopping £307,556 for just a £4 stake.

Totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: “Emperor’s Choice delivered a huge win for our £4 punter who can certainly afford plenty of new clothes in time for the New Year celebrations.”

A surprise win for Quincy Des Pictons ensured there were no winners of this afternoon’s totescoop6 win fund.  The one ticket that made it to the final leg was on eventual runner up Renard, which means there is a rollover of £93,894 to next weekend.

A total of £149,770 was bet into the pools and there were 44 winners of the bumper £595.60 place dividend.

Totescoop6 dividends – 27/12/2014

Win: Not won

Bonus: £204,240 – 1 winner

Place: £595.60 – 44 winners

Totescoop6 rollovers – 27/12/2014

Win: £93,894

Bonus: £18,721

Totescoop6 leg breakdown – 27/12/2014

After Leg 1 – 1:25 Chepstow: Awaywiththegreys – 3,198

After Leg 2 – 1:55 Chepstow: Bristol de Mai – 392

After Leg 3 – 2:15 Kempton: Ballinvarrig – 96

After Leg 4 – 2:35 Chepstow: Emperor’s Choice – 7

After Leg 5 – 2:50 Kempton: Land Of Vic – 1

After Leg 6 – 3:10 Chepstow: Quincy Des Pictons – 0


Three Tickets Chase Bonus of Over Two Hundred Thousand Pounds

Last week’s three winners of the Scoop6 have the Welsh Grand National to solve in an attempt to land the bonus.

Three tickets won £103,316 last Saturday and they are playing for a bonus of £204,240.

Totepool spokesman Mark Pearson said: “We would like to wish all three bonus hunters the very best of luck and let’s hope we are writing a big cheque this Festive period.”

Meanwhile for this week’s win fund there are four races from Chepstow and two from Kempton and all feature on Channel 4.

Betfred boss Fred Done is also dangling an extra £100,000 carrot to any Betfred or totesport.com customer that finds all six winners.  The prize will be shared if there are multiple winners. 

Scoop 6 Races Saturday 27th December

Chepstow 1-25

Chepstow 1-55

Kempton 2-15

Chepstow 2-35

Kempton 2-50

Chepstow 3-10

Jackpot Saturday – Chepstow

Trifecta race Chepstow 2-35

BONUS RACE CHEPSTOW 2-35

 

 

 

Christmas comes early for three Scoop6 punters

A trio of ticket holders shared Saturday’s totescoop6 after selecting Pricewise pick Bayan to win the final leg at Ascot.

Each of the three collected £103,316 and they will now have the chance to pocket an extra £204,240 in the bonus race next weekend.

Early indications suggest the three winners are all small staking internet clients, one of whom invested just £4 via Betfair.

totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: “What a Christmas it’s going to be for the three winners with £100,000 in the bank.  We’re absolutely delighted for them and we hope that they enjoy their win.”

A total of £292,702 was bet into this afternoon’s pools and there were 4,324 winners of the place fund, which returned £11.80.

totescoop6 dividends - 20/12/2014

Win: £103,316 – 3 winners

Place: £11.80 – 4,324 winners

totescoop6 rollovers – 20/12/2014

Bonus: £204,240

totescoop6 leg breakdown – 20/12/2014

After Leg 1 – 12:45 Ascot: Flintham – 10,567

After Leg 2 – 2:00 Lingfield: Anglophile – 3,347

After Leg 3 – 2:05 Haydock: Broadway Buffalo – 714

After Leg 4 – 2:40 Haydock: Kilcooley – 135

After Leg 5 – 3:00 Ascot: The Young Master – 33

After Leg 6 – 3:30 Ascot: Bayan – 3


Magistrate from Ramsbottom is Top Scoop6 Judge

David Lawrence, a £16 Betfred shop punter from Ramsbottom, Bury, has spent the week celebrating after solving the biggest case of his betting career when winning £158,139.30 on the Scoop6 last Saturday.

 

David, a retired magistrate, was the only customer to pick all six winners last week after the David Pipe-trained Monetaire bagged the final leg at Newbury.

 

The 58-year-old has the chance to add the £100,552 Bonus Fund to his winnings this Saturday if he can pick the winner of the Betfred Becher Chase at Aintree.

 

He said: “I’ve been playing the Scoop6 for years and it still hasn’t quite settled in that I’ve managed to win it. I was quite surprised I was the only winner on the day and, other than the money, it’s a great feeling knowing I was the top tipster in the country last Saturday.”

 

“I’ve won the Place Fund a few times which people forget often pays well and had the first 5 winners about 15 years ago before missing out on the last leg in a photo.”

 

“I read the Racing Post Weekender and closely follow the form, Many Clouds was a big fancy of mine last week and I’ll be using all the form evidence I can find ahead of the bonus race.”

 

“Fred Done has personally invited me and my wife to Aintree on Saturday and I’ll be there to run my eye over proceedings for the big race.”

 

Totepool spokesman Adam Smith said: “We are delighted another small staking customer has won a life changing amount on the Scoop6 and wish David the best of luck in scooping the bonus in the highly competitive Betfred Becher Chase.”

 

Saturday’s Totescoop6 legs come from Aintree and Sandown, the Totejackpot is at Aintree and the Totetrifecta rollover race is the 3.15 at Aintree.

 

totescoop6 races 6/12/2014

 

Leg 1: 1.20 Sandown

Leg 2: 1.30 Aintree

Leg 3: 2.05 Aintree

Leg 4: 2.25 Sandown

Leg 5: 3.00 Sandown

Leg 6:  3.05 Aintree

 

totesscoop6 rollovers 6/12/2014

 

Win: £19,623

Bonus to be played for: £100,552

 

 


Magistrate's Bonus Bid gets locked on the rails

OSCAR Time's victory in the Betfred Becher Chase meant that David Lawrence, the Scoop Six bonus hunter, was out of luck as he tried to land an extra £100,000 to add to the £158,000 he won last week.

The retired Magistrate's Clerk from Ramsbottom had put his faith in last year's winner Chance Du Roy who ran a gallant race to finish fifth, but got locked in on the rails heading to the Elbow.

"I picked a horse to round and that happened but on the day Chance Du Roy found a few others too good." said David after the race. "I've had a fantastic day at Aintree and would like to thank Fred and his team. What am I going to do with the money? Well I plan to save some, do a few home improvements and then have a fantastic Christmas."

The result of the Becher also left a huge dent in this week's bet leaving just 1343 tickets remaining after two legs. Things started to look up for punters in the next two legs as favourites Dawalan and Snake Eyes went in but by the time Dodging Bullets had landed the Tingle Creek only five hopefuls remained ahead of the Grand Sefton.

None of the quintet had selected the winner meaning the bet rolls onto next week. While the win pot went begging 26 tickets shared the place fund netting £1,171 each.

Tickets remaining:

After leg one: 61477
After leg two: 1343
After leg three: 397
After leg four: 62
After leg five: 5
After leg six: 0


Single Scoop6 punter in the Monetaire

Victory for Monetaire at Newbury ensured one lucky punter landed a whopping £157,964 payday as the only winner of this weekend’s totescoop6.

 

A total of seven tickets were left going into the final leg, with the remaining six all on the eventual runner-up Solar Impulse.

 

Early indications are the winner is a Betfred shop customer who staked only £16.  They will play for a further £100,552 in the bonus race next Saturday.

 

Totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: “Christmas has certainly come early for our one lucky winner.  It’s some achievement to win more than £150,000 for just £16 and we’d love to see them land the bonus as well.”

 

A total of £213,999 was invested into this afternoon’s pools and there were 427 winners of the £87.50 place dividend.

  

totescoop6 dividends – 29/11/2014

 

Win: £157,964 – one winner

Place: £87.50 – 427 winners

 

totescoop6 rollovers – 29/11/2014

 

Bonus: £100,552

 

totescoop6 leg breakdown – 29/11/2014

 

After Leg 1 – 1:20 Newbury: Bertie Boru – 22,271

After Leg 2 – 1:50 Newbury: Silsol – 2,216

After Leg 3 – 2:05 Newcastle: Irving – 982

After Leg 4 – 2:40 Newcastle: Hey Big Spender – 89

After Leg 5 – 3:00 Newbury: Many Clouds – 7

After Leg 6 – 3:35 Newbury: Monetaire – 1


Estimated £250,000 Scoop6 on Saturday

This weekend’s totescoop6 is estimated to be worth £250,000 after the win and bonus funds rolled over last Saturday.

The win fund should hit £150,000, with a further £100,000 expected in the bonus fund.

The six legs of tomorrow’s bet are divided between Newbury and Newcastle, with all bar one race shown live on Channel 4.

Totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: “With a whopping £250,000 up for grabs, there’s every reason for punters to have a pop at the cash this Saturday.”

Newbury will host Saturday’s totejackpot, whilst the Hennessy Gold Cup (3:00 Newbury) has been selected as the totetrifecta rollover race.

totescoop6 races – 29/11/2014

Leg 1: 1:20 Newbury

Leg 2: 1:50 Newbury

Leg 3: 2:05 Newcastle

Leg 4: 2:40 Newcastle

Leg 5: 3:00 Newbury

Leg 6: 3:35 Newbury

totescoop6 rollovers – 29/11/2014

Win: £83,181

Bonus: £73,844

totejackpot – 29/11/2014

Newbury

totetrifecta rollover race – 29/11/2014

3:00 Newbury

totejackpot – 30/11/2014

Carlisle

 

Scoop6 punter has chance to take winnings over £400,000

A man from Kent could take his total totescoop6 winnings beyond £400,000 on Saturday if he can find the winner of the bonus race…but whatever happens he’ll be having some family fun with his windfall.

 

The punter, who has chosen to remain anonymous, will pocket £51,492 if he successfully solves the riddle that is the 17-runner Betfair “This Is Play” “Fixed Brush” Handicap Hurdle at Haydock, but last weekend a horse called Forced Family Fun helped him collect over a quarter-of-a-million.

 

The 47-year-old, who regularly plays the Scoop6, collected £349,618 after he was the only player in the country to pick all six winners in last Saturday’s bet including an extra £100,000 for placing his wager at totesport.com.

 

The bonus hunter, who staked just £8, said his success was yet to sink in: “I’m still numb and haven’t slept properly for days.  I don’t have the words to describe how I feel as they wouldn’t do it justice.”

 

When asked how he selected his six winners last weekend, the successful punter explained: “Picking the horses wasn’t easy.  Intrasigent, Battalion and Forced Family Fun were fairly obvious on form, but my Cheltenham selections were mostly down to sentiment and fortunately it paid off.    

 

“It proves the little man always has a chance in the Scoop6 and if you’re lucky like me then you may just be the only winner!” 

 

Touching on his plans for his winnings, he said: “The money will certainly make life easier.  I’m going to pay off some of my mortgage, buy a new car and treat the kids to a holiday abroad every year.  So we will have some family fun with it and it won’t be forced.”    

 

Looking ahead to the bonus race, he said: “I’m obviously excited about the race, but I’m treating it as a bonus.  I have a soft spot for Katkeau after last weekend and I’ll try my best not to let my heart rule my head!”

 

Totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths added: “It’s fantastic to see another small punter winning big on the Scoop6.  Our bonus-hunter has been a pleasure to deal with from start to finish and we’ll all be cheering on his selection in the big race.”   

 

The Scoop6 itself tees off with a £20,597 starting fund and takes in action from Ascot and Haydock.  Four of the six legs will be shown live on Channel 4.

 

The win fund should hit £125,000 with a further £25,000 expected in the bonus.

 

Saturday’s totejackpot comes from Haydock, with the Betfair “This Is Play” “Fixed Brush” Handicap Hurdle (2:25 Haydock) selected as the totetrifecta rollover race.

 

totescoop6 races – 22/11/2014

 

Leg 1: 1:15 Haydock

Leg 2: 1:30 Ascot

Leg 3: 2:25 Haydock – Bonus race

Leg 4: 3:00 Haydock

Leg 5: 3:15 Ascot

Leg 6: 3:35 Haydock

 

totescoop6 rollovers – 22/11/2014

 

Win: £20,597

Bonus: £51,492

 

totejackpot – 22/11/2014

 

Haydock

 

totetrifecta rollover race – 22/11/2014

 

2:25 Haydock

 

totejackpot – 23/11/2014

 

Towcester

 

Forced Family Fun for Scoop6 Punter Who Lands £349,618

A small staking punter has landed £349,618 after Forced Family Fun won the last leg the 3.15 from Wetherby and another five out of six for Scoop6 Super Club, which landed 32 place lines.

 

The win fund was £249,618 but the customer qualifies for an extra £100,000 because they placed their bet at totesport.com

 

Totepool spokesman Mark Pearson said: “A massive congratulations to the totesport.com customer who has an extra £100,000 and has landed just under £350,000 for only an £8 stake. This is what the Scoop6 is all about and wish them all the best going for the bonus next weekend which is £51,492.”

 

The customer also backed his selections in small multiple bets and landed an extra £22,000.

 

Pearson added: “What a fantastic Saturday for this punter and I hope they have plenty of family fun after landing this life changing amount.”

 

A total of £206,692 was backed into the pool and there were 5,112 winners of the place fund that returned £7.

 

 

Saturday   15th   November   2014

 

totescoop6 

 

Saturday’s turnover £206,692

 

Win                             £249,618.20         1 winner

    

Place                          £7.00             5,112 winners  

                       

Bonus                        Not Won          rollover £51,492

 

Starting Fund            £20,597

  

 

Win Fund units left after leg 1        13,926

 

Win Fund units left after leg 2        7,094

 

Win Fund units left after leg 3        324

 

Win Fund units left after leg 4        69

 

Win Fund units left after leg 5        4

 

 

 

Scoop6 pools set to reach £300,000

This weekend’s totescoop6 could be worth £300,000 to one lucky winner after the bonus fund was raided last Saturday when Open Eagle soared to victory in the Betfred November Handicap.

 

The bonus fund starts again tomorrow and is expected to hit £50,000, while the win fund should reach £250,000 after that part of the bet rolled over last weekend.

 

Tomorrow’s bet begins at 1:50pm with the first of three legs from Cheltenham.  The remaining races are divided between Lingfield and Wetherby.  

 

Betfred boss Fred Done is also dangling an extra £100,000 carrot to any Betfred customer that finds all six winners.  The prize will be shared if there are multiple winners.  

 

totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: “Tomorrow is one of the most eagerly anticipated racedays in the calendar andScoop6 punters can look forward to a potential £300,000 payday.”

 

Cheltenham hosts Saturday’s totejackpot, with the Paddy Power Gold Cup (2:30 Cheltenham) selected as the totetrifectarollover race.

 

totescoop6 races – 15/11/2014

 

Leg 1: 1:50 Cheltenham

Leg 2: 2:00 Lingfield

Leg 3: 2:30 Cheltenham

Leg 4: 2:35 Lingfield

Leg 5: 3:00 Cheltenham

Leg 6: 3:15 Wetherby

 

totescoop6 rollovers – 15/11/2014

 

Win: £177,276

Bonus: £25,656

 

totejackpot – 15/11/2014

 

Cheltenham

 

totetrifecta rollover race – 15/11/2014

 

2:30 Cheltenham

 

totejackpot – 16/11/2014

 

Cheltenham


Scoop6 bonus hunter could take winnings beyond £1m

Last weekend’s anonymous totescoop6 winner will have to pick the winner of the Betfred November Handicap at Doncaster if they are to pocket the £263,598 bonus pot.

If successful, they will take their winnings beyond £1m after plundering the £750,920 win fund last Saturday.

This weekend’s Scoop6 kicks off with a £105,439 starting fund that has built up over the recent run of rollovers.  The six races come from Doncaster and Wincanton and a single winner could be looking at a £175,000 payday.  

Any Betfred customer lucky enough to find all six winners will also collect a £100,000 bonus offered by Betfred boss Fred Done.  The prize will be shared if there are multiple winners.

Totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: “The Betfred November Handicap looks fiendishly difficult and our bonus hunter will deserve every penny on offer if they can find the winner.”  

Doncaster will host Saturday’s totejackpot, while the Badger Ales Trophy (2:40 Wincanton) has been selected as the totetrifecta rollover race.

totescoop6 races – 08/11/2014

Leg 1: 1:50 Doncaster

Leg 2: 2:05 Wincanton

Leg 3: 2:25 Doncaster

Leg 4: 2:40 Wincanton

Leg 5: 3:15 Wincanton

Leg 6: 3:35 Doncaster

totescoop6 rollovers – 08/11/2014

Win: £105,439

Bonus: £263,598

totejackpot – 08/11/2014

Doncaster

totetrifecta rollover race – 08/11/2014

2:40 Wincanton

totejackpot – 09/11/2014

Market Rasen

 


Spooktacular Scoop6 set to be worth seven-figures

This Halloween weekend’s totescoop6 is set to be worth £1m after punters came a cropper at Newbury last Saturday.

The win fund is already worth more than £500,000 after five successive rollovers, while the bonus pot stands at a not inconsiderable £175,382.

The puzzle set for tomorrow’s Scoop6 features five races over the sticks from Ascot as well as one on the level from Newmarket.  Four of the six legs will be shown live on Channel 4. 

Totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: “It’s always exciting when the pools hit seven-figures and a single winner would be in for a real treat on this Halloween weekend.”

The totejackpot is at Newmarket on Saturday and the totetrifecta rollover race will be the United House Gold Cup (3:35 Ascot).

totescoop6 races – 01/11/2014

Leg 1: 12:40 Ascot

Leg 2: 1:45 Ascot

Leg 3: 2:00 Newmarket

Leg 4: 2:20 Ascot

Leg 5: 3:00 Ascot

Leg 6: 3:35 Ascot

totescoop6 rollovers – 01/11/2014

Win: £503,914

Bonus: £175,382

totejackpot – 01/11/2014

Newmarket

totetrifecta rollover race – 01/11/2014

3:35 Ascot

totejackpot – 02/11/2014

Carlisle


Burano bulldozes Scoop6 punters

Despite pumping more than £500,000 into the Scoop6 pools, punters were left empty-handed after Burano brought an end to proceedings in leg five.

Brian Meehan’s charge sunk the last five tickets and triggered a rollover of £503,914 in the win fund and £175,382 in the bonus.

With nearly £700,000 rolling over, the pools could feasibly hit £1m next weekend.

Totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: “Burano bulldozed this afternoon’s Scoop6, but his victory has laid the foundations for a potential £1m bet next weekend.”

The consolation place fund returned £180.50 and was collected by 522 winners.

totescoop6 dividends - 25/10/2014

Win: Not won

Place: £180.50 – 522 winners

totescoop6 rollovers – 25/10/2014

Win: £503,914

Bonus: £175,382

totescoop6 turnover – 25/10/2014

£538,412

totescoop6 leg breakdown – 25/10/2014

After Leg 1 – 2:30 Aintree: Spirit Of Shankly – 105,562

After Leg 2 – 2:40 Doncaster: Latenightrequest – 2,580

After Leg 3 – 3:00 Aintree: Wishfull Thinking – 45

After Leg 4 – 3:15 Doncaster: Dungannon – 5

After Leg 5 – 3:30 Newbury: Burano – 0

After Leg 6 – 3:50 Doncaster: Elm Park – 0


Late Late Show By Arsenal lands Scoop6 Super Club member a small fortune

SCOOP6 Super Club member JRN a regular FORUM contributor placed a small 20p perm and pocketed a whopping £5,100 plus on the rollover PICK4 last night.

Already another club member Denise has collected at odds of better than 100-1 on a £4.80 perm of 20ps, but JRN has taken her crown with his crafty 20p stakes on the Champions League matches on Tuesday and Wednesday when a very late Arsenal goal earned him his £5,000-plus payday.

It just goes to show that the Colossus Football Club has flagged up a winning opportunity for many members....on Tuesday night Baz The Blue cashed-in his Colossus perm for a few hundred profit when his beloved Manchester City were 2-0 up, He read that right as a 2-2 draw soon followed.

The Scoop6 Squirrel said of JRN's joyous result on Arsene Wenger's 65th birthday: 'You'd be nuts not to play these pools. We think the people at Colossus Bets are defining the future of football betting and our chum Bernard Marantelli is using his Scoop6 winnings to give footie fans a great run for their money.

'I know we keep banging on about it, but it is true and we're now getting winning members who are the proof of that pudding. And many have logged on with our RAF code from the Home Page for £100 worth of free matched bets subject to Colossus terms.

'It's not a case of poacher turning gamekeeper as Bernard was trying to get the bookies to listen to his thoughts about pool betting before setting up Colossus Bets on his own and with pools like the £10 million Colossus and the £1 million HDA15 - they are there for the taking for small stakes punters.

'It was great to hear about JRN taking a slice of a massive rollover PICK4 pool of around £230k with his clever 20p punts - it shows you don't have to stake large to win big.

'We know JRN was complaining about gnawing his nails down to the quick as Arsenal left it very late, but he woke up this morning with a massive smile on his face and can now afford to bring someone in to scratch his nuts if he's so inclined.

'After Beckie W, from Sheffield, used the Spider's 40-1 tip Farquhar to land two place tickets on the Scoop6 for just £16 - we're establishing the club as the home for winners.

'With the combined luck on the table at the moment that £1 million HDA15 and that £600,000 combined Scoop6 rollover are looking very attractive this weekend.'

Roll on Saturday and JRN will hopefully be posting a few handy hints on the FORUM...we look forward to both his footie and horseracing thoughts! Well done JRN - now let some of that rub off on Saturday's bets.

 


Roalco leaves Scoop6 punters feeling grey

Punters were defeated by this weekend’s totescoop6 after Roalco De Farges won the fifth leg at Cheltenham.

The likeable grey sent 24 tickets through the trapdoor and means there is a rollover of £315,470 in the win fund and £108,080 in the bonus pot.     

Totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths said: “Roalco De Farges slipped off the radar of Scoop6 punters and we’re now looking at a £600,000 bet next weekend.”

A total of £231,576 was invested into today’s pool and there were 292 winners of the consolation place fund, which returned £138.70.

totescoop6 dividends - 18/10/2014

Win: Not won

Place: £138.70 – 292 winners

totescoop6 rollovers – 18/10/2014

Win: £315,470

Bonus: £108,080

totescoop6 leg breakdown – 18/10/2014

After Leg 1 – 2:20 Ascot: Gordon Lord Byron – 31,337

After Leg 2 – 2:35 Cheltenham: Johns Spirit – 7,276

After Leg 3 – 2:55 Ascot: Madame Chiang – 179

After Leg 4 – 3:30 Ascot: Charm Spirit – 24

After Leg 5 – 3:45 Cheltenham: Roalco De Farges – 0

After Leg 6 – 4:45 Ascot: Bronze Angel – 0