Multi Day Place Accumulators - a way to make money from your bettingBy The UK Horse Racing Tipster
For those of you willing to wait between bets and don't have the urge to bet every day then you might be interested in the slow and safe approach of multi day place accumulators.
The odds maybe skinny - especially with good horses, but you can easily string together 6 or more places and get a return on your investment.
You should be able to get your initial stake back after 3-5 steps (depending on the price) and even if you are only rolling over 80% of your return amount to the next bet you can make a profit even if you end up losing on step 4 or more.
I have constantly managed to get 6 to 10 steps on a regular basis but it is good to stop after a set number of legs instead of carrying on forever as you will always lose in the end. The most steps I have managed to do is 20 but I want to show you a real life 14 step multi day place accumulator I managed to accomplish the other year around Christmas.
For safety's sake I have found 6 or 8 legs is a good number to aim for and as you will see with the string of horses below all the horses finished either 1st or 2nd.
Whilst a win bet might seem likely on the day of the race you should know that favourites lose 66% of their races and odds on favourites still only win 50% of theirs.
Therefore as even strong favourites are likely to lose half their races and our aim is to make money rather than gambling for a thrill, a place accumulator including strong favourites is a good solid way to make constant return on investment as long as you can control yourself and wait between bets.
Just imagine if you had put on a place accumulator including horses such as Frankel, Big Buck's, Black Caviar, Camelot, Hurricane Fly, Long Run, Excelebration and Nathanial in all their UK races during 2012 using a starting bet of £1,000.
You would have easily made more than any bank bond or ISA would have returned in profit even with the skinny odds you would have obtained on the place markets at Betfair. It is very possible to make money with this approach even with prices as low as 1.10 to 1.20 when the returns are compounded together.
Below is an example of a 14 step multi day place accumulator that I managed to get last year. This was only over a few months but it shows you that to make money you have to be able to control yourself by not betting everyday. You also have to be able to stop at the right time and not carry on forever.
This is why a rollover approach is advisable (e.g only put 70% to 80% of your winnings onto the next leg) so that you can obtain a profit even if you lose after so many steps.
Use the Rollover Betting Calculator to help you manage your stakes by entering your return amount and the amount you want to rollover e.g if you want to only put 80% of your winnings on to the next leg you enter your total winnings and the percentage amount and you will get back the amount to put onto the next step of your bet.
My last 14 step - multi day place accumulator bet
Join Together - 1 - Dec 10 2011 12:45PM
Hunt Ball - 1 - Dec 13 2011 2:40PM
Charminster - 2 - Dec 22 2011 12:50PM
Finian's Rainbow - 1 - Dec 27 2011 2:40PM
Tour D'argent - 1 - Dec 29 2011 1:10PM
Fingal Bay - 1 - Dec 31 2011 3:05PM
Vesper Bell - 1 - Jan 22 2012 12:50PM
Big Buck's - 1 - Jan 28 2012 3:40PM,
Gamilati - 1 - Feb 3 2012 12:10PM,
Twinkled - 2 - Feb 15 2012 7:10PM,
Sprinter Sacre - 1 - Feb 17 2012 12:10PM,
Mikael D'haguenet - 2 - Feb 19 2012 2:20PM
Owen Glendower - 1 - Feb 23 2012 3:00PM,
Lively Baron - 1 - Feb 24 2012 2:35PM
Of course you could also go for the multi day win accumulator and narrow your field down to "super horses". Horses such as Hurricane Fly, Big Buck's, Sprinter Sacre (proven and constant winners with a form that is full of 1's) and in the years gone by Frankel or Black Caviar.
The list is few but they are all great horses and if you can manage to keep yourself from betting for weeks or even months then you can still make a good return on investment even if you have to wait longer in-between races.
This kind of betting system is something to think of when you want to actually make money from your betting and you can read more about it over at www.ukhorseracingtipster.com/betting-guides/multi-day-place-accumulators. This page shows you another example of a real life multi day place accumulator bet along with prices and return on investment.
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