Soccer 10 in South Africa is one of the most popular soccer betting games. To win Soccer 10, the punter must predict the correct outcomes of soccer matches from a list of 10 scheduled soccer matches. Soccer 10 is similar to Soccer 6, except there are 10 matches instead of 6. Each day, South Africans look for the latest Soccer 10 Fixtures so that they can bet and win massive jackpots. In this article, you will learn more about how Soccer 10 works in South Africa and how to play it.
What is Soccer 10?
Soccer 10 in South Africa is one of the most popular soccer betting games. Soccer 10 is similar to Soccer 6, except there are 10 matches (M1 through M10) instead of 6. According to bettingguide.co.za, the Soccer 10 Pools run on most days and covers soccer leagues from around the world.
Soccer 10 Fixture
Soccer 10 Fixture is released in South Africa on a regular basis. A popular South African site soccer6.co.za, is best know for publishing the latest Soccer 10 Fixtures South Africa. At Quick Read Magazine, we recommend that punters get Soccer 10 Fixtures from the official website that is dedicated to only publishing soccer pools, making the Fixtures to be easily found.
According to bettingguide.co.za, there are two types of game Fixtures, namely; Midweek and Weekend.
“Midweek fixtures are for soccer matches that take place during the week, while weekend fixtures are on the weekend.” – the site says
South Africa’s Soccer 10 Fixtures are released every Monday, for the whole week.
How to Play Soccer 10 in South Africa?
To win Soccer 10 in South Africa, you must predict the correct outcomes of soccer matches from a list of 10 scheduled soccer matches. Soccer 10 is similar to Soccer 6, except there are 10 matches (M1 through M10) instead of 6.
The minimum amount to play Soccer 10 in South Africa is only R2.
- 80% of pool = all 10 matches correct
- 20% of pool = any nine matches correct
According to Soccer6 website, the record Soccer 10 payout is R2,106,857 in South Africa.
With Soccer10, you can play a single or multiple entry. With a single entry, you select ONE option or choice for each match and the bet costs R2.
“With a multiple entry, you can choose more than one option in one or more matches. The cost is R2 per combination. To calculate the number of combinations, multiply out the total number of options or choices for each match. Then take that total and multiply it by 2 to calculate the cost of the bet.” – Soccer6.co.za says on their website
How to Bet On Soccer 10 South Africa
For example, you choose all three options in M1 (Match 1), two options in M2 and one in each of M3, M4, M5, M6, M7, M8, M9 and M10. That’s 3x2x1x1x1x1x1x1x1x1= 6 combinations x R2 = R12
You choose two options in each of the first 8 matches and one in M9 and M10. That’s 2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x1x1 =256 x 2 = R512
Soccer 10 Results
The result of a match shall be the score at the end of the normal 90-minute playing period (40-minutes in the case of Futsal) plus any referee’s optional time that may be played. It shall not include extra time nor penalty shootouts.
For more information, visit http://www.soccer6.co.za/results-and-payouts/soccer-10
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