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Scoop6 Could be £4 Million Record Breaker Next Saturday

MANCHESTER, England, April 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

The Scoop6 is expected to be over £4 million next Saturday after the bet rolled again for the eighth week running.

There were only 112 tickets going into Leg 4 and Streams of Whiskey surprise win once again rolled the bet.

Totepool spokesman Mark Pearson,

"We were 4/6 that the Scoop6 was won this Saturday and incredibly once again it rolled after just four legs. Turnover was massive at £1,585,098 and next weekend the combined win and bonus funds will go over £4 million, and if it eludes the punters again it would be a record roll-over in the bet's fifteen year history. We could even end up with record combined funds which was in November 2008 when it hit £4.5 million. The Scoop6 has once again caught the public's imagination."

The current record for the combined win and bonus fund roll-overs is £3,549,437 in March 2009, Saturday's roll-over is the fourth biggest ever with combined funds of £3,061,776.

A total £1,585,098 was bet into the pool and there were 536 winners of the place fund who won £591.40.

Scoop6 bets can be placed at http://www.totepool.com next Saturday and look out for previews from Friday on the website as we build up to what will hopefully be a record breaking Scoop6.



totescoop6 
Saturday's turnover £1,585,098
Win                              Not Won         rollover  £1,528,248
Place                            £591.40                  536 winners  
Bonus                            Not Won         rollover  £1,533,528
Win Fund units left after leg 1        12,851
Win Fund units left after leg 2        1,948
Win Fund units left after leg 3        112
Win Fund units left after leg 4        0
Win Fund units left after leg 5        0

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