As much as I love being a South Australian it has some drawbacks. One of which would be our nanny state government. The other day I noticed that William Hill brought back their Chase The Ace promotion. This is a brilliant promotion so why did I call this post Chase The Ace Bullshit! Because our stupid SA government has decided that we’re not allowed to take advantage of it, that’s why!
At least we’re not the only ones. NSW and WA miss out as well.
Chase The Ace Requirements
When I first saw the William Hill ad on the TV I thought you would get $10 for every ace served. Not the ads fault mind you because it did say up to $10 in the ad, somehow I just chose not to see that part.
For those of you who can play Chase The Ace, you lucky bastards, it’s really quite simple. The first thing you need to do is to place a $25 minimum head to head “straight” bet on the 2017 Australian Open Tennis Men’s and Women’s Singles Tournaments.
Once you’ve confirmed the bet you get to give the Chase The Ace Wheel a spin. Simply hit play and whatever the Chase The Ace wheel lands on is the bonus you get when your player serves and ace. So, if you’re lucky and you landed on the $10, every time your player hits an ace you win $10 in bonus bets!. How cool is that?
What’s even better is you still win those bonus bets even if your player loses!
The bonus bet amounts you’ll find on the wheel are 50c, $1, $2, $5 and $10. The probability of winning the $10 is one in a hundred, so you have to be pretty lucky. Still, that’s what makes it fun isn’t it?
Just in case my explanation is a little vague I’ve included a quick video tutorial for you.
Let me know in the comments if you had a go at Chase The Ace and how much you managed to reel in?