The first £1million Super 6 winner: How it happened

March 22nd, 2018
posted by admin 11:58 am

A large percentage of football fans play the Super 6 each and every week, with a view to potentially scooping between £5,000 and £1,000,000. The aim of the game is to correctly guess six selected football scores but it’s a far tougher ask than it sounds, as one goal could ruin everything in one foul swoop.

FootyAccumulators website is one website that offer their own personal tips and predictions on the Super 6, providing their own page with a carefully chosen example to base your own guess on. They also write betting previews on the week’s biggest fixtures, and produce some truly entertaining quizzes and articles on current football events.

Super 6 is a free-to-play guessing game for anyone with a SkyBet account and is endorsed by Sky Sports Soccer Saturday presenter Jeff Stelling. The prize fund sometimes goes beyond the usually jackpot and was priced up at £1million back in September, where one player defied the odds in grabbing that jackpot with both hands.

Round 7 kicked off on Saturday 9th September 2017, where Super 6 player Grace saw it as being the perfect opportunity to be in with a chance of taking home an utterly desirable £1million.

Coming as the only non-Premier league fixture in the selections, Sunderland’s home tie with Sheffield United was a tough game to predict and it was dramatic to say the least, as Grace’s predicted 2-1 win for Sheffield United was looking good through Clayton Donaldson’s two goals for The Blades, but Jack Rodwell left it very late to score his side’s crucial seldom strike, getting it over the line in the fourth minute of stoppage time.

As if it there wasn’t already more than enough drama in the first game, this Super 6 player needed to make it through another five games before that money would officially be hers’. Watford won 2-0 away at Southampton, which was surely the least controversial result, leaving Tottenham Hotspur to valiantly thrash Everton 3-0 at Goodison Park, Brighton & Hove Albion to take a 3-1 win at home to West Bromwich Albion, and Chelsea to beat 2-1 away from home, with Jamie Vardy’s second half penalty being crucial in completing another three games with accurate results.

Arsenal’s game that day had them hosting Bournemouth at the Emirates, and it was final selection in the Super 6. It finished as a 3-0 win for The Gunners but it then all came down to Golden Goal where Grace had been lucky in opting to go for the sixth minute, as it was where Danny Welbeck started off what ended up being a brace against the unpredictable Cherries.

It’s in stories like these where you see just how worthwhile the Soccer Saturday Super 6 really is. The game is completely free to play and could result in thousands of pounds being won if your predictions are 100% correct. As you can see with Grace’s win, it’s a tense afternoon waiting on all the results to match your original predictions, but it’s certainly worth it if all games go your way.

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