treble chance


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treble chance

a method of betting in football pools in which the chances of winning are related to the number of draws and the number of home and away wins forecast by the competitor
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So why is the eight-from-ten not 'full cover' but 'fool cover' - the most tedious and ineffective Treble Chance entry?
Coventry lock Ian Nimmo in the thick of things as he attempts to steal the ball MB070407RUGBY-9; TREBLE CHANCE .
And he has poured cold water on Celts' treble chance.
Perhaps you could also take a look at the chaotic mess which has befallen the treble chance fixture lists in your paper?
Micky Rankin took his treble chance to help Blyth Big Club to a 4-4 draw at North Shields Chirton Club in Division One of the Synergy Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League.
Shire remain the treble chance experts in the Third Division with their tenth draw of the season.
Dear RFO, Each time you enter your selections in the fixed-odds or treble chance coupons, you may do so with confidence.
TIMMY MURPHY looks the rider to follow at Cork this afternoon when he has a treble chance with Knocknabrogue, Sargon and Sandy Owen.
TREBLE CHANCE Tony McCoy was in sparkling form with a 168-1 treble at Leicester yesterday.
The starting point for any Treble Chance entry should bethesimplefactthatnearly everyweekthedrawsfallinto clusters with clear gaps betweensomeofthem.
Read David Leggat on the Berti's terrible treble chance P70,71
Scotland manager Craig Brown looks certain to take a treble chance on rookies Neil Sullivan, David Weir and David Hopkin against France.