Fast & Furiously Profitable
If you’ve been frozen in ice since the end of the Second World War and have only just been reanimated to fight the evil forces of Hydra then you may not have heard of One-Touch betting. Here’s a quick catch-up on what else has been going: Leicester City just won the league, racism is now frowned upon, all music is terrible and America is about to be run by a Muppets reject.
Back to the One Touch betting, here’s a quick recap
- On an In-Play event tap One Touch
- Set your default stake
- Place the bet you think is almost certain to win (i.e. Don’t back Aston Villa to score. Ever)
For a more in-depth run through of how One Touch works get in to the nitty-gritty of things here.
Here are four customers who used the One Touch feature to make shrewd, timely and, most importantly, profitable In Play bets to swell their coffers this week.
Reid It And Weep For Joy
Alex from Brighton backed West Ham to win @ 4/1 using One Touch as West Ham rallied following Antonio’s 76th minute equaliser. His instincts were spot on with Winston Reid’s winning goal coming just two minutes later, earning him a £125 return from his £25 bet.
Gavin from Sheffield has clearly been watching his fair share of Chelsea games this season because when they went 2-1 up against Sunderland this shrewd punter pounced using One-Touch to put £50 on a Sunderland win at 18/1.
Two quick-fire strikes from Fabio Borini and Jermain Defoe completed a dramatic turnaround in the 2nd half, making Gavin $900 richer.
Takes Leices’ Time
Backing Jamie Vardy to score at this stage of the season is hardly the work of a genius but Donal used One-Touch to get €40 on Vardy to score the 3rd goal @ 7/2 literally seconds before Leicester were awarded their first penalty.
Vardy put it away for his second of the game, landing Donal a rapid £180 return.
Lev’ It Late
With only a few minutes left in the game, the score was at 1-1 and title-chasing Atletico Madrid were tiring. Sharp-eyed Mark from London saw his chance and used One Touch to get a £100 bet on Levante to win at 14/1.
Up steps former Man United striker Giuseppe Rossi with a goal just 50 seconds after his bet was placed, ending Atletico’s title hopes and earning Mark a £1500 payout.