We've long been fans of the Sky Super 6 game. Every Saturday players have the chance to win £250,000 - or even £1million - by predicting the results of six selected football matches. Surprisingly other bookies have been slow to cotton on to the popularity of Super 6. Paddy Power introduced their Hotshot Jackpot but William Hill and Ladbrokes have noting similar.
However, there's now a new game to rival Super Six. It comes from Sun Bets and it offers players the chance to win a million every week. The Sun Six is free to play and it works exactly the same way is the more established Sky game. Your task is to predict the scores of six selected games. Get all of them right and you win up to £1million - depending on the number of other winners.
Predict 6 To Win
To play The Sun Six you simply need to register with Sun Bets and then login to make your predictions. You have until just before kick off on the Saturday to enter. There are some subtle differences between the Sky and Sun games. For example, in The Sun Six you're given a selection of results (1-0, 2-0, 2-1, 3-0, 3-1 - for home and away sides - as well as 0-0, 1-1). If you believe it'll be 4-0 or 2-2 then you simply select "Other Home Win", "Other Draw" or "Other Away Win".
The beauty of choosing these options is that even if you belive the result with a Desmond, you'll still get the points should the game end 3-3 or 4-4. Another nice touch on Sun Bets is that you can click on a mini graph icon to bring up recent results and head to head scores. Useful information if you're not sure which result to choose.
As mentioned, if you achieve a perfect six set of results then you're potentially on your way to being a millionaire. Get 5/6 results correct and you'll share £2000 whilst there's £1000 and £500 share pots on offer for players who get 4/6 and 3/6 results. The main consolation prize is less than Sky but Sun Six will generate more winners.
One thing that is missing from Sun Six is that - as far as we're aware - there are no ongoing leagues. This is something that Sky's Super Six does have and it's something we'd like to see for Sun Six next season.
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