# Aintree Day One Placepot

It's Day One of Aintree, and that placepot pool's going to be B.I.G. Let's try and claim a slice...

2.00 / Leg 1

A - 1, 5
B - 10, 12

2.30 / Leg 2

A - 2, 6

3.05 / Leg 3

A - 7

3.40 / Leg 4

A - 13
B - 16, 21, 22

4.15 / Leg 5

A - 4, 12
B - 1, 6, 8, 10

4.50 / Leg 6

A - 5
B - 3

This gives totals as follows:

A's only: 2 x 2 x 1 x 1 x 2 x 1 = 8 bets

A's and B's: 4 x 2 x 1 x 4 x 6 x 2 = 384 bets

Eleven ticket part-perm, using 50p multiples (the same bet with 10p multiples would cost £28):

Aintree Day One placepot

5 replies
1. Essexboy says:

good to see the placepot back again good luck it’s gonna be a big pot

2. berksman1 says:

Missed the playpot. looks like a few winners how did it go?

• Matt Bisogno says:

Did well enough, but the dividend was so low that it was a loser. Never known a Festival meeting dividend to be so poor. Will try again tomorrow.

3. twood715 says:

Hi Matt,

I have never done a placepot could you please explain why some of the tickets have boxes ticked e.g. x4 and some tickets don’t have any boxes ticked.

Many thanks

Terry

• Matt Bisogno says:

Hi Terry

If you’ve never done a placepot before it might be better to focus on the simpler perms above. Basically, this is an advanced strategy where I ‘part perm’ the most likely combinations of A and B selections.

This old post explains it quite well: http://www.geegeez.co.uk/how-to-win-the-tote-placepot/

Matt