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  1. Andy, should it be DaMatrix 1st and ooblio 2nd? I'll catch up on the awards soon (still trying to find out how to do them on the new system!) Well done guys :clap
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  2. ralphie7

    Quick System

    Tuesday 04/08/2015 Cork 06:30 OCTAVIA f/c. 5/2 stake: 10 pts. win Ripon 06:35 ZORAIDA f/c. 5/2 stake: 10 pts. win
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  3. thankyou CzechPunter. ive been extremely lazy in reguard to posting anything the past yr but have been trolling here for many yrs. I seen a lot of topics dying down so I thought id pull my finger out and give some sort of an opnion on games.
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  4. Day 2 Lots of cracking winners today, including a 20/1 shot from Infinity:clap [TABLE=border: 1, cellpadding: 1, cellspacing: 0, width: 388] [TR] [TD] [/TD] [TD=colspan: 3]Weekly Naps Competition - Week 14[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Pos:[/TD] [TD]Name[/TD] [TD]Todays Win[/TD] [TD]Total[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]1[/TD] [TD]Infinity[/TD] [TD]Won 20/1[/TD] [TD=align: right]20.00[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]2[/TD] [TD]Robertob[/TD] [TD]Won 8/1[/TD] [TD=align: right]8.00[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]3[/TD] [TD]Andymac[/TD] [TD]Won 7/1[/TD] [TD=align: right]7.00[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]4[/TD] [TD]Bartrum[/TD] [TD]Won 7/1[/TD] [TD=align: right]7.00[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]5[/TD] [TD]Sugardaddyken[/TD] [TD] [/TD] [TD=align: right]6.00[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]6[/TD] [TD]Geeuppy[/TD] [TD] [/TD] [TD=align: right]2.00[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]7[/TD] [TD]Steve75[/TD] [TD]Won 7/4[/TD] [TD=align: right]1.75[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]8[/TD] [TD] [/TD] [TD] [/TD] [TD] [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]9[/TD] [TD] [/TD] [TD] [/TD] [TD] [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]10[/TD] [TD] [/TD] [TD] [/TD] [TD] [/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE]
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  5. Simeon is another fav poster of mine, very knowledgeable on the football front, unfortunately spotted post too late for having a flutter on this one. Another good shout Simeon, hopefully next time I can take advantage of your post. :ok
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  6. Seems spot on,nice one mate! :clap
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  7. CzechPunter

    August 3 - August 9

    Thanks for the support guys, it's nice to be back! Let's get the ball rolling again! :ok
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  8. By definition, the bookmaker's price represents a public wisdom of crowds. When you bet with a bookmaker, you are not really betting against their expert(s). You are betting against all their other customers. OK, so a bookmaker has to take an initial opinion when he opens his lines. That what its experts will do, i.e. set the line to as close as is accurate. Then customers start rolling in and he will adjust his price to manage the liabilities. This is how a bookmaker like Pinnacle Sports operates. Pinnacle is really just like Betfair, taking a commission. Now UK bookmakers still have an old school mentality to all of this. Their traders still see themselves as competing against their customers, which in my opinion is silly. But they do it, and this means that they will more likely open lines with prices that intentionally try to encourage punters to take a nibble, i.e. they deliberately offer loss leading value. Subsequently, they are less likely to shorten prices, because they like to continue to advertise their value via the odds comparison. Hence, their prices are less likely to represent crowd wisdom. So when a smart punter exploits their generosity, they will manage that risk in other ways, by limiting stakes and then closing accounts. That's why the likes of Stan James and others ban winners and Pinnacle Sports do not. But that's also why it much harder to beat the Pinnacle Sports market even though their margin is smaller, because their prices are much "wiser". I can't see how a wisdom of crowds system is going to work at a bookmaker where prices are already wise. I will work at somewhere like Stan James, but they will just ban you.
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  9. Good shout on Middx Dog! It certainmy was an exciting game to watch. Warwickshire continued on their upward curve with a convincing win against Glamorgan. Yorkshire lost wickets too often when they were trying to tee off and in the end had to slow the pace down to ensure they got through their 50 overs. And if they hadn't they could well have lost the game. Obviously a lot of fancies in tomorrow's games and hopefully we can get a clean sweep! Looking forward to Wednesday I think it might be a quiet day even though there are quite a few interesting looking games. The reason for this is that 3 of the games are at provincial locations. Taking Glamorgan for an example they are playing on a reclaimed sand bank in the Mumbles where it makes a difference as to whether the tide is in or out at the toss as it affects the amount of swing available when bowling. You can't be betting serious cash on matches like this lol! Yorkshire are playing in Scarborough and Essex are at home to Middx but playing in grounds of a castle! Yes Yorkshire should beat a Somerset side blooding youngsters and Essex should beat Middx but I doubt the prices will be attractive and there is the possibility of a surprise result.
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  10. :welcome GIVEUSASPELL, nice to see a new face here!
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  11. CzechPunter

    August 3 - August 9

    Back Vasek Pospisil to beat Donald Young for a 7/10 stake at 1.65 with BetVictor Back Lleyton Hewitt to beat John-Patrick Smith for a 7/10 stake at 1.90 with Bet365 Back J.Duckworth/K.Nishikori - Over 2.5 sets for a 5/10 stake at 3.20 with Paddy Power Donald Young did burn me yesterday, but it was all about Haas being poor and throwing away a 4-1 lead in the second, so I'm not reading in that all that much. Pospisil has been fairly consistent recently and the injury worries that prevented him from playing his best in Atlanta should be gone now, so he should be able to get the job done today. Hewitt has been horrible recently, but Smith hasn't beaten anyone particularly strong in recent months either and could face an uphill struggle mentally, so I'll take the 1.90 for the legend. Finally, Nishikori hasn't played since Wimbledon and Duckworth has troubled a few favourites in the past, so I'll be giving him a go by backing the three sets option 3.20. Full preview here: https://www.punterslounge.com/atp-washington-betting-nishikori-cilic-and-querrey-joining-the-citi-open-action-on-tuesday
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