How to Play Soccer Pools

Soccer 4

Soccer 4 is a popular South African pool game which is a product of Phumelela-Gold Enterprises. Soccer 4 forms part of the stable which comprises of other equally popular games such as Soccer 6, Soccer 10, Soccer 13 amongst others. Soccer 4 is one of the easiest pool to win amongst the TAB soccer bets because the is a few number of games to predict (4 games), whereas with the other games, you need to predict from 6, 10 or 13 games, which can be tricky at times. Statistics show that soccer 4 is the least popular Soccer 6 pool and this can be seen by the average net pool which is very low as compared to the other Soccer 6 pools.
Soccer 4 has at least a pool everyday, but in most cases there are two Soccer 4 pools on a daily basis.

How to play Soccer 4

In order for you to play Soccer 4, you must predict the results of the four matches in the Soccer 4 pool. A single Soccer 4 pool consists of 4 matches pre-selected for you by the Soccer6 company and you do not choose the teams yourself as you would in a normal betting scenario. You will notice that in each match, the Home Team is designated Team A and the Away Team is designated Team B. The four matches on the Soccer 4 pool are identified as M1, M2, M3 and M4.
In each of these four matches, there is a total of six results to choose from namely:
Team A win by difference of only 1 goal (1-0; 3-2; 4-3; 5-4; 6-5 etc)
Team A win by difference of 2 goals of more (2-0; 3-1; 4-1; 5-0; 6-3 etc)
No-score draw (0-0 only)
Score draw (1-1; 2-2; 3-3; 4-4 etc)
Team B win by difference of only 1 goal
Team B win by difference of 2 goals or more
When you are playing Soccer 4, each of the above options is represented by numbers as this is the method used by the computerised tote betting system, these numbers are used to denote your choices. Below are the numbers used in Soccer 4 betting and what they represent:
1 = Win by Team A by one goal
2 = Win by Team A by two goals or more
3 = No-score draw
4 = Score draw
5 = Win by Team B by one
6 = Win by Team B by two or more
In order for you to win the Soccer 4 jackpot, you must make a correct prediction all 4 matches, since this is pool betting, the prize money will be equally shared amongst winners. After playing soccer 4, you mus check the results to see if you have won and the same aforementioned numbers are used to display results. The Soccer 4 Results and payouts are published on this website and displayed at TABs as soon as they become available.
How much does it cost to play Soccer 4?
Soccer 4 is quite affordable, as single entry costs a total of R6, a single entry is an entry whereby you choose one outcome per match, if you wish to have multiple entries, it will obviously cost you more and the cost of a multiple entry is R6 per combination.
The cost of a multiple or permutation entry is calculated in this way; you must simply add the total the number of choices you have made in each of the four matches and multiply them out. Then multiply that total by six to get the total cost. for example;
If you choose 3 options per match, it will be calculated as 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 = 81 x 6 = R486.

Soccer 6

Soccer 6 is a popular South African pool game which is a product of Phumelela-Gold Enterprises. Soccer 6 is the first Soccer6 pool to be created in a stable which also comprises of other games such as Soccer 4, Soccer 10, Soccer 13, Soccer 13Xtra and Soccer 15, all these games were birthed following the success of Soccer 6. Soccer 6, just as the name suggests, comprises of a total of six games and the player is required to make correct predictions on all the six fixtures. Soccer 6 is a game which requires soccer fans to use their knowledge of the beautiful game to win big because the Soccer 6 betting ‘markets’ require some of of knowledge about the teams you are betting on.
Soccer 6 has at least a pool everyday, but in most cases there are two Soccer 6 pools on a daily basis.

How to Play Soccer 6

In order for you to play Soccer 6, you must predict the results of the six matches in the Soccer 6 pool. A single Soccer 6 pool consists of 6 matches pre-selected for you by the Soccer 6 company and you do not choose the teams yourself as you would in a normal betting scenario. You will notice that in each match, the Home Team is designated Team A and the Away Team is designated Team B. The six matches on the Soccer 6 pool are identified as M1, M2, M3, M4, M5 and M6.
In each of these SIX matches, there is a total of 3 results to choose from as Soccer 6 is based on the popular 1×2 market, you can choose your predictions from the following;
Home Win
Draw
Away Win
When you are playing Soccer 6, each of the above options is represented by numbers as this is the method used by the computerised tote betting system, these numbers are used to denote your choices. Below are the numbers used in Soccer 6 betting and what they represent:
1 = Win by Team A
2 = Draw
3 = Win by Team B
In order for you to win the Soccer 6 jackpot, you must make a correct prediction all 6 matches, since this is pool betting, the prize money will be equally shared amongst winners. After playing soccer 6, you must check the results to see if you have won and the same aforementioned numbers are used to display results. The Soccer 6 Results and payouts are published on this website and displayed at TABs as soon as they become available.
How much does it cost to play Soccer 6?
Soccer 6 is quite affordable and it costs the same as Soccer 4, which is another game in the Soccer6 stable. A single Soccer 6 entry costs a total of R6, a single entry is an entry whereby you choose one outcome per match, if you wish to have multiple entries, it will obviously cost you more and the cost of a multiple entry is R6 per combination.
The cost of a multiple or permutation entry is calculated in this way; you must simply add the total the number of choices you have made in each of the six matches and multiply them out. Then multiply that total by six to get the total cost. for example;
If you choose 3 options per match, it will be calculated as 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 64 x 6 = R384.

Soccer 10

Soccer 10 is a very popular Soccer6 pool game which is similar to Soccer6’s flagship pool game ‘Soccer 6’, the only major difference between Soccer 10 and Soccer 6 is obviously the number of matches included in each of these pools, Soccer 6 has 6 fixtures whilst Soccer 10 has 10 fixtures. Just like any other pool game i the Soccer6 stable, Soccer 10 is requires soccer fans to use their soccer knowledge to win big. What makes Soccer 10 a bit tricky is the fact that there is 10 matches and if you know a bit about betting, you will realise that the more fixtures on your betslip, the less your probability of winning. Soccer 10 is cheaper to play than Soccer 4 and Soccer 6 because a single entry costs only R2.
Soccer 10 has at least a pool everyday, in some cases there are two Soccer 10 pools on a daily basis.

How to Play Soccer 10

In order for you to play Soccer 10, you must predict the results of the ten matches in the Soccer 10 pool. A single Soccer 10 pool consists of 10 matches pre-selected for you by the Soccer6 company and you do not choose the teams yourself as you would in a normal betting scenario. You will notice that in each match, the Home Team is designated Team A and the Away Team is designated Team B. The ten matches on the Soccer 10 pool are identified as M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M6, M7, M8, M9 and M10.
In each of these TEN matches, there is a total of 3 results to choose from as Soccer 10 is based on the popular 1×2 market, you can choose your predictions from the following;
Home Win
Draw
Away Win
When you are playing Soccer 10, each of the above options is represented by numbers as this is the method used by the computerised tote betting system, these numbers are used to denote your choices. Below are the numbers used in Soccer 10 betting and what they represent:
1 = Win by Team A
2 = Draw
3 = Win by Team B
In order for you to win the Soccer 10 jackpot, you must make a correct prediction all 10 matches, since this is pool betting, the prize money will be equally shared amongst winners. After playing soccer 10, you must check the results to see if you have won and the same aforementioned numbers are used to display results. The Soccer 10 Results and payouts are published on this website and displayed at TABs as soon as they become available.
Please note that 80% of the Soccer 10 pool shall be allocated for bets with all 10 matches correct and the other 20% of pool for entries with any nine of the 10 matches correct. If 80% portion of pool not won, it shall be carried forward to the 80% portion of a selected Soccer 10 pool.
How much does it cost to play Soccer 10?
Soccer 10 is affordable and it costs less than Soccer 4 and Soccer 6. A single Soccer 10 entry costs a total of R2, a single entry is an entry whereby you choose one outcome per match, if you wish to have multiple entries, it will obviously cost you more and the cost of a multiple entry is R2 per combination.
The cost of a multiple or permutation entry is calculated in this way; you must simply add the total the number of choices you have made in each of the ten matches and multiply them out. Then multiply that total by 2 to get the total cost. for example;
If you choose 3 options per match, it will be calculated as 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 64 x 2 = R384.

Soccer 13 Xtra

Soccer 13Xtra is a Soccer6 pool game which is similar to Soccer 13 but it doesn’t command the same popularity that Soccer 13 does. If you are familiar with Soccer 10, you will find playing Soccer 13Xtra quite easy because they are quite similar with the major difference being that Soccer 13Xtra consists of 13 matches instead of 10.
Soccer 13Xtra jackpot prizes rolls over to the next draw and this will obviously result in big jackpots. Please note that Soccer 13Xtra is parimutuel in the sense that if more than one person manages to get all the predictions right, the jackpot amount will be equally shared amongst the winners.
Soccer 13Xtra is a difficult pool to win because the number of matches is just too many and if you know a bit about betting, you will realise that the more fixtures on your betslip, the less your probability of winning, however, you will be excited to know that you can still win even if you do not manage to get all the predictions right because there is a total of four prize categories whereby people with 10 up to 13 correct predictions will win.
Soccer 13Xtra has about 2 weekly draws usually on Tuesday and Saturday. The majority of the matches that form part of Soccer 13Xtra pools are from the top European leagues such as the EPL, La Liga amongst others as well as the DSTV Premiership which is obviously popular amongst South African players, Soccer 13Xtra also features international club and country tournaments such as the UEFA Champions League, World Cup, Euros etc. When playing Soccer 13Xtra, it is important to note that extra time and penalty shootouts are not considered, the result of a match is the score at the end of the normal 90-minute playing period plus any injury time that may be played.
Soccer 13Xtra gives you access to Head to Head information, which can help you make informed betting decisions. You are also given information about the time when the draw closes and the current pool as well.

Soccer 13

Soccer 13 is by far the most popular pool game from the Soccer6 stable and this is evidenced by the massive amounts recorded whenever there is a Soccer 13 draw. One of the reasons why Soccer 13 is extremely popular is because it is a very lucrative pool game whereby jackpot winners win hundreds of thousands in rands, in fact the Saturday Soccer 13 pool has an average payout of R1.98 million. If you are familiar with Soccer 10, you will find playing Soccer 13 quite easy because they are quite similar with the major difference being that Soccer 13 consists of 13 matches instead of 10.
Soccer 13 jackpot prizes become huge because if there is no winner for a particular draw, the jackpot prize rolls over to the next draw and this will obviously result in massive jackpots. Please note that Soccer 13 is parimutuel in the sense that if more than one person manages to get all the predictions right, the jackpot amount will be equally shared amongst the winners.
Soccer 13 is a difficult pool to win because the number of matches is just too many and if you know a bit about betting, you will realise that the more fixtures on your betslip, the less your probability of winning, however, you will be excited to know that you can still win even if you do not manage to get all the predictions right because there is a total of four prize categories whereby people with 10 up to 13 correct predictions will win.
Soccer 13 has about 3 weekly draws usually on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.

Soccer Any 15

Soccer Any 15 is a unique Soccer6 pool game which is quite different to the others such as Soccer 6, Soccer 10 and Soccer 13. The main difference is that Soccer Any 15 gives you the freedom to select the matches you wish to bet on, and you don’t get that privilege with the other Soccer6 pools.
What happens is that for each Soccer Any 15 pool, TAB gives a list of a total of 30 matches and you are required to select a total of 15 games which you would like to bet on. Please note that Soccer Any 15 in other respects and if you have played any Soccer6 pool, you would easily understand Soccer Any 15. Soccer Any 15 is not an easy pool to win because the number of matches is just too many but the fact that many people have won it before means that it is a winnable pool.
In order for you to win the Soccer Any 15 Jackpot prize, you must correctly predict all the 15 matches you selected, however, if you miss out on the jackpot, you can still win by correctly predicting 14 matches. 70% of the pool is allocated for bets with all 15 matches correct and the other 30% of pool for entries with any 14 of 15 matches correct. If the 70% portion of the pool is not won, it is carried forward to the 70% portion of a selected Soccer 10 pool. If nobody forecasts any 14 matches correctly, the 30% portion of the pool is paid to any 13 games correct (or any 12 or 11 etc).
Soccer Any 15 has about 2 weekly draws usually on Tuesday/Wednesday and Saturday.
How to play Soccer Any 15?
Playing Soccer Any 15 is quite easy as you are required to predict the results of 15 of the 30 matches provided by TAB. As we have earlier stated, a single Soccer Any 15 pool has a total of 30 matches but you are supposed to make a prediction on only 15 of those, you are supposed to choose matches which puts you in a great position to win. You will notice that in each match, the Home Team is designated Team A and the Away Team is designated Team B. The thirty matches on the Soccer Any 15 pool are identified as M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M6, M7, M8, M9, M10, M11, M12, M13, M14, M15, M16, M17, M18, M19, M20, M21, M22, M23, M24, M25, M26, M26, M27, M28, M29 and M30.
In each of these THIRTY matches, there is a total of 3 results to choose from as Soccer aNY 15 is based on the popular 1×2 market, you can choose your predictions from the following;
Home Win
Draw
Away Win
When you are playing Soccer Any 15, each of the above options is represented by numbers as this is the method used by the computerised tote betting system, these numbers are used to denote your choices. Below are the numbers used in Soccer Any 15 betting and what they represent:
1 = Win by Team A
2 = Draw
3 = Win by Team B
After playing Soccer Any 15, you must check the results to see if you have won and the same aforementioned numbers are used to display results. The Soccer Any 15 Results and payouts are published on this website and displayed at TABs as soon as they become available.
How much does it cost to play Soccer Any 15?
Soccer Any 15 is costs you only R1 for a single entry (a single entry is an entry whereby you choose one outcome per match), which makes it the cheapest pool game on the Soccer6 stable. If you wish to enhance your chances of winning by having multiple entries, it will obviously cost you more and the cost of a multiple entry is R1 per combination.
The cost of a multiple or permutation entry is calculated in this way; you must simply add the total the number of choices you have made in each of the thirteen matches and multiply them out. Then multiply that total by 1 to get the total cost. for example;
If you choose 3 options per match, it will be calculated as 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 1 x 1 x 1 = 4096 x 1 = R4096.

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