BIGGEST debate I had on the site was whether to make this a £10 to £100 challenge or one for £10 to £1000.
Admin reckoned I should go for the easier but I'm ambitious and I'm keen to complete a third £10 to £1000 challenge although it's extremely difficult.
In the end we've decided on a bit of both. I'll tag it as a £10 to £100 challenge and advise punters to take the cash and start again but at the same time I'll carry on mythically to see how far I could have gone.
That is of course assuming I get to £100 and sometimes making three figures is the toughest part.
Paddy Power Challenge
All my bets for the challenge will be with Paddy Power so if you want to follow me you should sign-up for an account here. You can get a £10 risk-free bet which means that if my first bet loses you get your money back as a free bet.
Starting the bet today with Hull who everyone backed against last season as they fell spectacularly from grace to be relegated from League One.
Never before has a team collapsed so badly after selling their star man but Hull lost 16 of their last 20 in the Championship and many people on here cashed in at 33-1 after backing them for the drop.
Grant McCann has remained in charge and is rebuilding for the future and has started the season well.
A 2-0 win at Gillingham last week out two fingers up at his critics and followed up with a penalty shoot-out win at Leeds in the EFL Cup.
It wasn't the same Leeds who pushed Liverpool all the way in their Premier League opener but still a strong one so that result should give Hull a huge confidence boost.
They tackle Crewe at home today and at just under evens should beat a side that may be in for their own drop fight.
- Hull (10-11, Paddy Power)