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@HORSEACCAS
FAQ  
 

1. Can  you  tip  your  INPLAY  horse  bets?  
Unfortunately  the  way  I  place  my  bet  during  INPLAY,  sometimes  it  is  too  
late  for  me  to  tweet  my  pick  as  the  race  is  over  by  the  time  I  have  done  this.  
 
2. Do  you  place  your  bets  E/W?  
No,  all  my  bets  are  placed  for  WIN  ONLY.  It's  a  personal  preference;  
please  do  what  is  best  for  you.  Some  prefer  to  place  a  Lucky  15  bet  
for  my  ACCAS  instead  of  a  straight  Four-­‐fold,  again  this  all  comes  
down  to  your  preferences.  
 
3. What  is  a  "DREAMER"?  
It's  a  HIGH  odds  ACCA,  usually  consisting  of  SIX  or  plus  legs.  
 
4. What  is  your  highest  win  to  date?  
In  May  2017  I  won  a  Four-­‐fold  ACCA  for  £17k  using  a  £100  stake.  
Since  then  I  have  won  multiple  ACCAS  ranging  wins  from  £3k-­‐£8k  
per  ACCA.  
 
5. Do  you  have  a  P/L  spreedsheet?  
Yes  I  do  for  personal  use  only  
 
6. Do  you  provide  a  daily  NAP?  
No,  I  concentrate  on  ACCAS  and  INPLAY  horse  betting  only.  
 
 
 
 

 

7. Why  didn't  you  tip  that  horse  as  a  SINGLE?  *Usually  asked  after  I  send  
out  a  tweet  with  a  winning  screenshot  INPLAY  slip*  
95%  of  the  time  I  will  back  my  ACCA  choices  in  SINGLES  during  
INPLAY.  Allot  of  my  followers  will  know  this  already  but  NEW  
followers  are  unaware  of  this  which  is  understandable.    
 
8. Do  you  offer  a  paid  VIP  service?  
No  I  don’t  have  the  time,  this  isn’t  something  I  do  full-­‐time.  I  have  other  
commitments.  
 
9. When  is  best  to  place  my  INPLAY  bet  during  a  race?  
It  all  depends  on  the  race;  there  are  loads  of  factors.  Is  it  a  flat/jump  
race?  How  long  is  the  race?  What  type  of  jockey/horse?  Meaning  does  
he/she  like  to  lead  from  the  start  or  sit  back  until  the  home  stretch?    
 
Prior  research  before  the  race  is  key,  pick  your  favourite  before  the  
race  &  then  watch  your  pick  closely  during  INPLAY.    
 
If  you  think  they’re  running  well  then  take  a  calculated  risk  and  place  
your  bet.  You  need  to  make  sure  you  place  your  bet  before  betting  is  
suspended  for  that  race  during  INPLAY.    
 
It  will  take  you  several  attempts  to  understand  the  timing,  once  you  
accomplish  this  and  have  a  clear  understanding  when  to  place  your  
INPLAY  bet,  the  wins  will  fly  in.  Good  luck  
10. What  stakes  would  you  recommend?  
When  I  first  started  placing  bets  on  horse  ACCAS,  I  started  with  £2  EW  
bets.  I  built  the  kitty  up  and  the  stakes  started  to  increase  from  £2  to  
£10  EW  bets.  I  had  a  kitty  target  of  £500  and  once  I  hit  that  target,  my  
stakes  increased  to  £20  WIN  only.  This  paid  off  and  I  managed  to  
increase  the  kitty  to  over  £2k  in  2  weeks  from  ACCAS  and  INPLAYS.  A  
few  friends  suggested  I  should  share  my  bet  slips  on  Twitter  and  so  I  
joined  Twitter  to  share  my  wins.  A  four  figure  BET365  balance  gave  me  
the  confidence  to  increase  the  stakes  to  £100.  I  always  quote  to  bet  
responsibly  and  bet  money  you  can  afford  to  lose  and  I  am  strong  
believer  of  this.  There  are  no  shortcuts  in  gambling,  start  with  small  
stakes  and  build  your  kitty  up  just  the  way  I  did.  Patience  is  key!  

 

11. When  do  you  post  your  ACCAS?  
No  set  time,  usually  before  12.30pm  GMT  on  the  day  of  the  racing  
 
NOTE:  
I  average  two-­‐three  ACCA  wins  a  week  
 
Please  do  not  ask  for  CASH  OUT  advice,  do  what  is  best.  If  you  can  AFFORD  to  let  the  
bet  run,  let  it  run.  If  you  cannot  then  CASH-­‐OUT  ASAP!  It’s  a  no-­‐brainer.  
 
Remember  PROFIT  IS  PROFIT  however  small  it  is  

 


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