treble chance


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treble chance

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(Gambling, except Cards) 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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The most famous game was Treble Chance, upon which the current, online 'Classic' game, is based.
Momentum is with Jackson MAT Jackson is aiming to cash in on a Thruxton treble chance over the Bank Holiday weekend.
But as Compton sized up Thursday night's treble chance against New Zealand, he admitted his breakthrough century in Dunedin resembled a highly-strung tennis player looking for approval from the players' box after every point, it said.
The 20 factory workers who staked 50p each, came up trumps on Littlewoods Treble Chance.
Some 15 lab workers and four former colleagues shared a PS107,726 jackpot after coming up trumps on Littlewoods treble chance.
The treble chance started for the Ospreys' prop when his wife gave birth to their son Charlie in the summer.
TREBLE CHANCE Kenny Miller has won at the Millennium and Hampden after scoring in finals - now he is going for a British hat-trick against Liverpool at Wembley
The Saddlers have misfired at home so far this term but now have a quickfire treble chance to put that early stuttering behind them.
Alexander Hutchison, Medical Officer of Health at Bolton, declared that there was a far better chance of filling up a treble chance pool correctly than of finding a cigarette end in a loaf of bread.
And he has poured cold water on Celts' treble chance.
But as Compton, 29, sized up his treble chance against New Zealand tomorrow night, he admitted his breakthrough century in Dunedin resembled a highly-strung tennis player looking for approval from the players' box after every point.
Fifteen lab workers and four former colleagues shared a PS107,726 jackpot after coming up trumps on Littlewoods treble chance in July 1987.