Mon, Dec 6, 9:38pm by Kevin Pitstock
It’s called “quack quack money back” and refers to losing bets for particular betting fields on the Ashes. There are still three Tests left so there is plenty of opportunity to jump on board.
Heres how it works. All you have to do is back a batsmen to score the most amount of runs in the first innings, or hit the first six in the first innings. If he is dismissed for a duck, then you get your money back.
Admittedly, I have seen much better promotions than this. It’s pretty unlikely that your bet will be refunded because of the low probability that they’ll be removed for a duck. Plus, you’re not winning money, only getting your money back.
This promotion is more for the casual punter who wants to have a crack. I guess you could bet on an Aussie, hope they get the high score and still have a high chance they might get out for a duck.
In all seriousness, the Poms have been playing out of their skin. Hopefully our fortunes change at the WACA. Do you think they can handle the bounce? This will influence your decision on who you want to back for the highest run scorer in the fourth Ashes test in Perth.
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