June 11: All Your Betting Challenges


FRANCE looked set to take down many challenges at the first hurdle until Dmitri Payet struck his opener.

I started my £20 to £250 challenge with a France win so I was one of those celebrating.

I wasn’t going to take a Saturday selection but what the heck. I believe England will beat Russia and pretty sure they won’t lose so Day 2 bet is England draw no bet at 2-5.

After that I might go with Poland to beat Northern Ireland and possibly Spain against Czech Republic.

On the members’ forum there is a section for betting challenges but if people prefer to do them on the site then so be it.

Let’s see all your challenges here.

Bet 2

England draw no bet v Russia

£26.67 at 2-5, Betway

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    stagger 2 years ago

    Ok to shift this comment here from the last thread, MrF? Easier to keep track.

    £5 – £250 In Six Bets (version III) BET TWO

    One half of Bet One’s double was void (postponed) which left a profit of just £1.50 to go into the second segment with (£6.50 total) I’m now already behind schedule as an otherwise £9.39 return would’ve allowed me some odds-on selections en route to the target. With just £6.50 I am obliged to up the ante and cannot now employ any odds below Evens. Indeed I need them to all be above. (5 bets left and if I went Evens from here on out I’d still only end up with £208 – well short of the target) The £9.39 would have seen me alright with Even Money bets to not only reach £250 but break through the 300 barrier with 48 pence to spare (but I would rather have had the funds to employe a couple of odds-ons and just reached the 250)
    I have to go for it.

    North American Soccer League (9pm)
    Jacksonville Armada sits 11th of eleven with one victory in 9 league games. There’s a mischievous little buzz going about the Community First Park and that’s that one of the benefits of winning would not only give Armada three much needed points of pride but would also spoil rival opponents Tampa Bay Rowdie’s (3rd placed) chances of landing the Spring Season title. Rowdies sit three points behind leaders New York Cosmos with a game in hand and have won their last three. They can draw level on points but will need to will need a winning margin of at least 5 to have a hope of stealing Cosmos’ glory. They simply have to go for goals. Armada did win the last encounter at home by 2-0 but have injuries plus a couple of players away with Haiti in the COPA. Rowdies should start without injury problems.
    Jacksonville Armada v Tampa Bay Rowdies – TAMPA BAY ROWDIES WIN (23/20 Coral)
    £6.50 returns £13.97

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    archie 2 years ago

    Winner yesterday ,only just £5 on france score2 or more gives me £7.50 ..bet 2 is slovakia over 20 booking points . Pays 13.10

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    waddo 2 years ago

    Already mentioned on 10th June betting challenges…

    Euro 2016 Challenge Bet #2

    Switzerland to win…

    £28 returns £53

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    waddo 2 years ago

    Euro 2016 Challenge Bet #3

    England v Russia…over 1.5 goals

    £53 returns £76.56

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    archie 2 years ago

    2nd bet won £17.25 on to next one , fancy england win over 1.5 goals risking £5 on it . onwards we go

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