The Best Betting Challenges and How to Play Them
Bet challenges are very popular amongst gamblers and you will see some big winners across Social Media especially. With these types of betting tips, the aim is to turn £10 into £100 with a series of bets, one per day.
You have to start with £10 in your betting account and each day the tipster will tell you what the next tip is. Place your balance on that bet – as the balance goes up, the stakes increase until you reach a £100 payout. There are also other betting challenges such as the Evens betting challenge, where each bet has to be Evens so if it wins you double your money. Some tipsters also start with £20 instead of £10 and try and get up to £1000. Obviously this will normally require more bets and so the risk increases.
There are a number of free bet offers that lend themself perfectly to a £10 to £100 or £10 to £100 betting challenge, because you only need to place a £10 bet to trigger the sign-up promotion. See these free bets below which will reduce the risk of you losing because the free bets will be added to your account.
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Bet £10 get £30 in Free Bets
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What is a Football Bet Challenge?
This is really similar to an accumulator so it is worth looking at how to do a football accumulator bet, but instead of all the selections being in one bet, we are trying to build the balance of the betting account slowly and increase it day by day. Once you get to the end of the challenge, in this case £100, the challenge is complete and you should withdraw the £100 back to your bank account. A new challenge will then begin.
This is a very fun way to gamble because you are only risking a small amount of money from the start (£10) and slowly building the pot up each day. If you ever want to stop the challenge and withdraw your money before you get to the final total, that is absolutely fine and you can do so.
How many bets does a £10 to £100 challenge take?
This is hard to predict precisely but we’ll try and pick out bets that are at odds of 1/2 or bigger, which means the challenge should be completed in about 4-7 days. e.g. if we managed to pick out 4/6 tips each day, the bet challenge would be completed in 5 days. Sometimes there will be shorter odds selections and sometimes we will pick a longer odds selection, this will speed up the time it takes for the £10 to £100 challenge to be a winning one, but also increases the risk.
What other types of betting challenges are there?
Once you have got used to how betting challenges work, you could up your starting stake and try to get to a bigger amount of money e.g. doubling your original stake would give you a £20 to £200 challenge. There are also longer challenges available such as £10 to £1000 or £25 to £100.
All of our bet challenge tips could be used on one of the variations of a challenge bet and we will start doing some bigger challenges once a couple of our £10 to £100 winners have been successful. You can also see the latest football tips that we’re offering that will give you some more insight into what we think will happen in today’s football fixtures.
How to join in an Evens betting challenge
You can join in the £10 to £100 bet challenge at any stage, but we’d advise starting the beginning because if you miss just one bet in en Evens betting challenge, you will fall behind and end up only winning half of the target final profit. As soon as a bet challenge ends the following day will see the start of another one. You will just need to keep an eye on this page to see where we’re up to with the bets.
As mentioned above, it is advisable to get yourself a free bet to join in – this means you will reduce the risk to yourself when placing the first bet on your betting challenge.
For example, if you started an Evens betting challenge with £10, here is how your bets would run if they were winners:
- Bet 1: £10 returns £20
- Bet 2: £20 returns £40
- Bet 3: £40 returns £80
- Bet 4: £80 returns £160
- Bet 5: $160 returns £320
If would be your decision when you would stop placing the Evens bets and take the money. We would always advise some caution with these types of bets and only to go bet 3 or 4 before thinking about cashing out. This is a very high risk way of betting on football because you are risking all of your betting bank on each bet.
What types of bets are used in the football betting challenge?
This will vary depending on the most fancied betting tips, but the most popular ones would be over/under goals, both teams to score, win-draw-win or draw no bet markets. All of these types of bet usually have an odds on selection and that is a good pick for a betting challenge on the football.
You have to be aware that some bookmakers do not offer the markets that others do and that is another reason to join in with William Hill and place the bets with them. This ensures all the markets you are betting on are the same as ours.
How to get the William Hill Free Bet:
2 Bet £10 when you join
3 Get 3 free £10 bets
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