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How to do an Accumulator on William Hill

Posted: August 16th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: General Betting

William Hill is one of the UK’s leading bookmakers, with a presence on the high street, the Internet and now mobile. If you’re looking for information on how to place accumulators for any sports, including football and horse racing then follow our simple instructions. If you’re a new customer, you can currently get a free £25 free bet, click here for details.

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1. Select a Market & Event

First of all you must use the site navigation to pick an event to bet on. The screenshot shows various matches that are available to bet on, along with the odds available.

Select two or more events to bet on by clicking on the odds. Selecting the first column of odds is backing a home win, the second column shows the odds for a draw, and the third column displays the odds for an away win. For this example, I’m going to place an accumulator backing an away Brighton win, a home Milwall win and a draw between Blackpool and Derby.

 

2. Edit Your Betting Slip

When you add at least two events to your betting slip, a new section will appear, as show in the screenshot below.

The screenshot of the betting slip above allows the punter to bet on trebles, that is, the requirement for all three events to be correct in order win the accumulator. In the example, a wage of £2.00 would win £49.50. By selecting the various drop down bars, one is able to place more complex accumulators. That’s it! Hopefully these instructions will help you place your first accumulator.

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