Paddy Power Beat The Drop
- One game free each day for each Paddy Power customer
- Start with £1,000
- Decide how much to risk on each of the 12 Yes/No questions
- Keep what funds you have left from the £1,000 after answering all 12 questions
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What Is Beat The Drop?
Beat The Drop is a free-to-play game from Paddy Power from which players can with up to £1,000.
Currently, those with a Paddy Power account, receive one free game on Beat The Drop every day. However, additional games can be purchased for varying amounts.
How To Play Beat The Drop
Log into your Paddy Power account and head to the Beat The Drop page where you’ll be presented with a selection of questions that require a Yes or No answer.
With the free-to-play version of Beat The Drop, which Paddy Power customers get once per day, you start with a pot of £1,000.
Select one of the questions to answer first and decide how much of your £1,000 pot you’d like to stake on the answer.
For example, one of the questions may be something like:
- ‘Will Both Teams Score in the Liverpool v Arsenal Match?’
You may be confident that both teams will score and so you decide to risk a large portion of your pot on ‘YES’.
Move the slider underneath the question to either side to select how much you’d like to stake on YES and how much to stake on NO.
Click the button to ‘Lock In’ your answer.
You then have to wait until the sporting event your question is based on is finished and once it has, you can visit the Beat The Drop page again to answer a second question.
When you go to answer your second question, the amount of money in your pot will depend on the outcome of your first question and how much you staked on each answer.
For example, if both teams scored in the Liverpool v Arsenal match, your pot would be £850 heading into the second round. If both teams didn’t score, your pot would be £150.
You then repeat the process of deciding how much of your remaining pot to stake on YES and how much to stake on NO for the next question.
There are 12 rounds in total and when you complete them all, you get to keep whatever you have left in your pot – AS CASH!
It is possible to win up to £1,000 every single day from Paddy Power’s Beat The Drop. To do this, you would need to gamble your entire £1k pot on the correct answer for all 12 questions.
Paddy Power Beat The Drop
Answer Questions Correctly & Win up to £1k!
Paddy Power Beat The Drop
Free to play. Only one game may be played at any given time. Answer 12 questions and money left in the pot after all the questions are answered is yours to keep. T&Cs apply.
Paddy Power’s Beat The Drop FAQ
How Much Does Beat The Drop Cost To Play?
Customers of Paddy Power receive one free game on Beat The Drop each day from which they can win up to £1,000.
When Can I Answer My Next Beat The Drop Question?
You can answer the next question after the sporting event from your previous question has finished. However, you have up to 60 days from answering your previous question to complete the game which means that there’s no rush to finish.
Tip: Paddy Power will ask you if you’d like to receive notifications of when the event associated with your last question has finished. This is a good idea as it will remind you that it is time to answer your next question.
Can I Answer All The Questions At Once?
No. As your pot size for each question is determined by the outcome of previous questions, you must answer one question at a time and wait for it to settle before answering the next.
How Do I Check The Results Of Each Beat The Drop Question?
Simply head to the Beat The Drop page on the Paddy Power website and you’ll find a history of all questions, answers and stake sizes.
Paddy Power’s Beat The Drop Tips
With the chance of potentially winning up to £1,000 per day without having to risk any of your own cash, it’s worth putting a bit of thought into your Beat The Drop answers.
Here are a few Beat The Drop tips from WhichBookie:
- Do your research into the most likely outcome – Let’s say that the question was ‘Will there be 3 or more goals in the Man City v Chelsea match?’. You may feel confident of the answer to this question but it’s always best to go with the most likely outcome statistically. So, how do you find this? Easy! Just look at the odds for that particular bet on the Paddy Power website. If the odds for ‘Over 2.5 Goals’ are under evens then it’s a good bet and you should choose ‘YES’ for your answer. If they’re over evens then you should choose ‘NO’ for your answer as it has more chance of not coming in.
- Don’t risk your entire pot on one question – However, confident you are in a question, it’s usually a good idea not to risk your entire pot. Instead, split your pot between both YES and NO. So, how much should you split it by? That should depend on the odds for the bet. Using the example above, if the odds for ‘Over 2.5 Goals’ and ‘Under 2.5 Goals’ were the same, or very close, it would be a good idea to split the pot 50/50. However, if the odds were heavily in favour of ‘Over 2.5 Goals’ then you should proportionally split the pot based on the difference in the odds. However, this isn’t a ‘Golden Rule’ – We’ll explain why in the ‘How Much Can You Win?’ section below.
- Opt-in to reminders – As you can’t answer all 12 questions at once, you will need to remember to head back to the Beat The Drop page to answer the next question after the previous one has settled. Paddy Power makes this easy for you by sending you a notification when your last bet has settled but you need to opt-in to receive these notifications.
How Much Can You Realistically Win From Beat The Drop?
The maximum prize per game is £1,000. You can only win that amount if you bet your entire pot on each answer and get every one of the 12 correct.
It is possible to guarantee a cash prize from Beat The Drop every time but it’s not really worth doing. Let’s say that you split your pot 50/50 on each of the 12 questions. Your final pot would look like this regardless of the outcomes:
- Pot at Question 1: £1000
- Pot at Question 2: £500
- Pot at Question 3: £250
- Pot at Question 4: £125
- Pot at Question 5: £62.50
- Pot at Question 6: £31.25
- Pot at Question 7: £15.63
- Pot at Question 8: £7.81
- Pot at Question 9: £3.90
- Pot at Question 10: £1.95
- Pot at Question 11: £0.97
- Pot at Question 12: £0.49
- Final Pot: £0.24
Going to the effort to log in and answer questions 12 times over a period of several days isn’t really worth £0.24. Therefore, in order to win a worthwhile amount, you are going to have to risk more than 50% of your pot on some of the questions. You can do this by going ‘all-in’ on a few questions or risking around 70% or so on most of them.
The decision is yours and should be based on how confident you are in your answers as well as how much profit you would be happy with.
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