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Friday's banker double - Turn £10 into £200 with bet365 at the Cheltenham Festival

The bookmakers are fearing our banker double at Cheltenham on Friday and we’re going to show you how you could turn £10 into £200 on the two horses.

A 'double' continues to be one of the most popular bets on the market and it gives punters the chance to pocket a lot more winnings than placing the bets individually.  Combining the day's banker bets makes the pay out a lot more appealing and you'll receive much higher odds if you can land both legs of this unmissable double.

Not only will the double amp up your returns, but you can also use BET365's fantastic welcome bonus to turn your £10 into £200 on Friday!

Thursday's Banker Double

Defi Du Seuil to win the 13.30 Cheltenham - 5/2

Death Duty to win the 14.50 Cheltenham - 9/4

Register with bet365 HERE, place a £10 bet on the double and you will get another £10 welcome bonus to use on the banker!

That means if it wins, you'll pocket a tasty £200!

Defi Du Seuil 5/2 - JCB Triumph Hurdle

Philip Hobbs' gelding has looked top class in five runs this year since joining Hobbs from France. He was a facile five lengths winner of a Ffos Las maiden in October and won his next four starts, which included an authoritative 13 length victory in the Future Champions Finale Juvenile Hurdle at Chepstow and three victories at Cheltenham, with the four-year-old son of Voix Du Nord routing the field by nine lengths on his latest start in the JCB Triumph Trial Juvenile Hurdle on Festival Trials day in January. This looks a weak renewal of the Triumph and this lad has done nothing but improve over hurdles with every run, he rates as the one to beat.

Death Duty 9/4 - Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle

I am a huge admirer of this six-year-old son of Shantou who has done everything right in novice hurdles' so far this year which included a decisive nine-length victory in the Lawlor's Hotel Novice Hurdle at Naas last time, albeit he was helped by the final flight fall of Augusta Kate. Death Duty is a wonderful traveller in his races and is extremely laid back which should stand him in good stead for this contest.  He will be suited by the step up to three miles and Cheltenham which will bring his stamina-laden qualities to the fore. The Albert Bartlett can sometimes turn into a race where the field become strung out and this lad given the way he travels and jumps should be thereabouts at the finish. Gordon Elliott has called the Gigginstown House Stud: "A fair one. At this stage, of all the good horses I have had, none of them were as good as this fella over hurdles." High praise indeed from Elliott and he looks to hold an outstanding chance of claiming the Albert Bartlett.

How to turn £10 into £200 with our banker double!


2. Place a £10 double on Defi Du Seuil and Death Duty both to win on Friday

3. Once you have deposited, you will receive a £10 bonus bet to use

4. Use your £10 bonus on the Defi Du Seuil and Death Duty double

You now have £20 on this week’s 10/1 unmissable banker!

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Friday's banker double - Turn £10 into £200 with bet365 at the Cheltenham Festival

The bookmakers are fearing our banker double at Cheltenham on Friday and we’re going to show you how you could turn £10 into £200 on the two horses.

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