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  1. 5 points
    four-leaf

    May 21 - May 27

    I got to take this bet to Diane Parry to beat Rebecca Sramkova at 6.00 with bet365 Another 15 year old player, french girl Diane Parry with no WTA experience or ranking. Her first match was beating Jana Fett which is very impressive considering how good Jana has been going this season. Gonna be interesting to see if we can have another Marta Kostyuk here. Diane is junior no.27 and Rebeccas career high as junior was 200 4 years ago. Rebeccas favourite surface is hard and we have a 15 year old home player here. Smells upset to me!
  2. 5 points
    four-leaf

    May 21 - May 27

    Ok this is the last bet for today Marta Kostyuk to beat (-1.5 sets) Martina Trevisan at 2.20 with bet365 The great big talent of this 15 year old ukrainean girl is available to see for everyone and yet she's as high as 1.50 to beat this italian because she dropped a set to Eri Hozumi in first round. I don't think she'll drop a set this time and it comes to me as a nobrainer since Marta is way more talented than Martina. It's 9 years between them and Marta is already ranked top 150, the question is only when she will break top 100. Martina has been top 150 last season for a short period at 144 which is her career high ranking but losing on clay in straight sets to players like Silvia Soler Espinosa in Rabat qualies, Michaela Honcova in a italian 25k ITF and getting destroyed by Marie Bouzkova in Lugano qualies doesn't look good. That 3 set final loss in another 25k italian ITF to Manon Arcangioli 23 years old ranked career high 268 (2015) doesn't look good either. Based on those matches I'd be surprised if Marta drops a set here. In round 1 Martina defeated Francoise Abanda in 3 sets and that's nothing special as well as Martas 3 set win over Eri Hozumi is nothing special. Anyway now I think it's not impossible that Marta will raise her game and likely take this in 2. I better be right about this risky bet since I've already lost a lot of risky bets this week.
  3. 4 points
    four-leaf

    May 21 - May 27

    One more bet from me for today Caroline Dolehide to beat (-1.5 sets) Marie Bouzkova at 2.37 with bet365 19 year old Caroline is one of the better american next gen players coming up right now and she should be top 100 very soon, maybe before Wimbledon. She's a big hitting player with the obligatory big first serve so she can throw in an ace from time to time and she's capable of blowing her less good opponents of the court even on clay and I think Marie is one of those less good opponents. I'm confident Caroline will win so why not try her in straight sets since she's just 1.57 to win outright and I like taking that extra risk. From what I've seen of Caroline since last year in august when I saw her first time on bet365 livestream she's extremely or just very talented at serving and can put big pressure on her opponents serve. She often goes to tie-breaks if needed and is strong in that department. Currently she's not just in form as she is consistently as good as she's been showing lately.
  4. 4 points
    Trotter

    Sandown Evening Card on ITV4

    6.35 Vintage Brut - 5/1 bet365 - plum draw, won maiden by 7 lengths on debut, trainers horses usually improve from debut run 7.05 Gabr - EW 11/1 PP - 5th in Racing Post Trophy, highest rated of the runners with marks 7.35 Mount Moriah - 11/2 PP - won Listed race on reappearance, looks a proper stayer, should relish 2 miles 8.10 Laraaib - 8/1 PP - only 4yo in the line up, won 3 of 4 last year, hopefully will progress past the older established and more exposed types he's up against I hope this is a success though I can't see ITV making evening racing a regular feature ....... this is probably the best evening meeting of the year
  5. 4 points
    I haven't posted my scores for a while now. Let's give it another go and hope it helps me to stay sharp and more focused. These are my results in May so far: $4585,18
  6. 3 points
    liquidglass

    French Open 2018

    Kvitova probably has had a good recovery time and has done the smart thing. I think she can really be a live danger to the field. Agreed. Thiem is still frivolous and care free. staying out there in Lyon playing two three setters back to back was simply silly. Definately going with Vesely against Lajovic. (strong pick in my opinion). Gregoire Barrere ( home wildcard) should be able to take care of Albot. My last pick of the first round is a young player I love so much on clay and is also a home wildcard. Fiona Ferro. She currently has a horrible record and is playing against an opponent with an even worse record Witthoeft. Hard to see Witthoeft try to pull any weight here with the additional handicap of playing against the home crowd. Finally, I also think Italian joker Fognini looks. vulnerable against Andujar as well as Kasatkina looking dodgy against Kanepi. The latter leads the h2h 2-1 winning both on hard courts and convincingly so. Kanepi's game is bred for clay and I dont not see why she cannot repeat the feat with those heavy shots from her racket. She is in very good clay form too.
  7. 3 points
    CzechPunter

    French Open 2018

    Before the draw, I was thinking about opposing Nadal in some shape or form, but he's been handed the best possible draw by the looks of things, with both Thiem and Zverev placed in the same quarter. With that in mind, it seems that only health issues could possibly stop him, so I'm not going to dive into the outright market. In fact, I'm struggling to see where the value should lie in the pre-tournament markets, everything looks messy to me. I have been able to find plenty of match bets that I like though. Venus Williams (vs. Wang) + Suarez-Navarro (vs. Konjuh) at 1.80 with Bet365 Konjuh hasn't played since Brisbane, she might be here just for the money honestly, while Williams is better than Wang on clay. Much better, in fact. Venus doesn't have any form whatsoever on paper, but that is because she was unlucky to run to the red-hot Kontaveit in two recent tournaments. She didn't play too poorly and should have more than enough to beat Wang. Guillermo Garcia-Lopez to beat Stanislas Wawrinka at 2.53 with Marathonbet Wawrinka managed to beat Donaldson in Geneva before being crushed by Fucsovics, but the bigger issue is that he doesn't seem to have the right shape for battling in a long match. GGL is a decent enough player to get stuck in - and, unless Wawrinka somehow wins quickly, the Spaniard should eventually out-maneuver him. Benoit Paire to beat Roberto Carballes Baena at 1.50 with Bet365 Benoit Paire was struggling in the first part of the season, but he has been able to find his mojo just in time for the French Open and he isn't going to let his guard down in this form imo. Carballes Baena is a good grinder that's great for small 250s and Challengers, but he doesn't have any big weapons in his arsenal and Paire should have enough time to adjust if he starts poorly given the longer format of the game. Damir Dzumhur to beat Denis Kudla at 1.57 with Bet365 Dzumhur isn't being given much credit yet again, but I fully believe that he's a level above Kudla on clay. He also tends to raise his game for these bigger occasions, so I fancy him to recover from the bad loss against Rafa and start with a good win here. Kudla hasn't beaten anyone noteworthy in the qualifying (in terms of clay-court qualities). Martin Klizan (vs. Djere) + Petra Martic (vs. Wang) at 1.99 with Unibet Klizan was fooling around quite a lot in the qualifiers, but he always raised his game in the end and that should be enough for Djere, who doesn't have anything to build on this year. I had decent hopes for him before the clay court swing, but he's just missing for some reason. Meanwhile, Martic looks like one of those safer bankers to me, Wang has nothing to offer on clay - or on the main level, for that matter. Aliaksandra Sasnovich to beat Denisa Allertova at 1.64 with Marathonbet Allertova is one of the many WTA players with an ON/OFF switch - and, unfortunately, it's been in the OFF mode since the Australian Open. Her bad form seems to have something to do with her off-court life, so I wouldn't be surprised to see her being satisfied with just the first round paycheck here. Sasnovich should have bigger ambitions. Su-Wei Hsieh to beat Rebecca Peterson at 1.96 with Marathonbet Hsieh has burnt me plenty of times, but I still think that she should be closer to 1.70 or so here given her very stellar form all year long. The loss against Buzarnescu was pretty crushing, but Hsieh has a bit of a reputation for not being up for the task all the time, especially before bigger events, so it might've been the case of her just not wanting to be in Strasbourg.
  8. 3 points
    four-leaf

    May 21 - May 27

    4 more bets from me for today Andrea Arnaboldi to beat Mitchell Krueger at 1.80 with bet365 Best bet from chellenger Mestres today I think. The american is nothing on a claycourt while Andrea has enough momentum and talent for clay to see this through. Steve Johnson to beat Marton Fucsovics at 1.80 with bet365 Odds could change here, Steve might drift to 1.90 or more or less than 1.80 so I'm taking this before anything happens because I think 1.80 is good enough on Steve. I don't think Steve will take this easily but he is better on clay than Marton so he should win. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova to beat Ashleigh Barty at 2.50 with bet365 Pavs for me all the way here on this surface where she apparently also is on a roll right now. Ashleigh won their last meeting in straight sets in Zhuhai elite trophy last season but I don't think she's better than Pavs on clay but if it had been grass or hard I would have gone for Ashleigh. Peter Gojowczyk/Fabio Fognini over 21.5 games at 1.72 with bet365 Not the best of odds but I don't care, sticking with bet365 today. Peter and Fabio going head to head, interesting and most likely a hard fought encounter with 3 sets or at least one tie break because both are playing some excellent stuff right now so over 21.5 games seems reasonable.
  9. 3 points
    four-leaf

    May 21 - May 27

    Kiki Bertens is good but that 1.71 is just too low for me to be taken.
  10. 3 points
    four-leaf

    May 21 - May 27

    One last bet from me for today Reilly Opelka to beat Jozef Kovalik at 1.72 with bet365 Reilly is really one in-form american on clay. Jozef has no form, we could see that in davis cup when he lost to Mirza Basic in straight sets. I don't think Jozef will break Reilly. Ernests Gulbis had to fight hard to even get one break last saturday. Reilly is not just serving strong because his baseline game is also on a high level but one thing he sucks at is dropshots but luckily he doesn't try that to often since he mostly fails. He tried one dropshot last saturday and failed so if he doesn't try to many dropshots in this match I think he wins in straight sets. For jackpot: Reilly Opelka -1.5 sets at 2.88 with Paddypower
  11. 3 points
    four-leaf

    May 21 - May 27

    Andreas Seppi/Peter Gojowczyk first set tie break at 4.00 with bet365 Odds will not drop on this, it should stay at 4 and I think this is a very likely outcome of first set because both are serving very well and breaks will not come easy for anyone here. Since odds likely will not drop until match starts this can be backed until just before the match. Peter is yet to drop serve and Andreas are usually equally hard to break so why not a tie-break in first set. Edit: Just discovered that again Paddypower is higher on this bet with either player to win first set 7-6 at 5.00 so I'm taking the same bet on both bookies.
  12. 3 points
    four-leaf

    May 21 - May 27

    Two bets for me today Jay Clarke to beat Bernard Tomic at 2.75 with bet365 Jay is a 19 year old teenager and he can follow in the same steps as Kyle Edmund. Seen him play a few times on clay so far this season and he's very dangerous, he's got a good game. Sure he's doing a lot of unforced errors but also hits a lot of winners that makes up for the errors, he's surely on the rise. Bernard is always worth to oppose nowadays and clay is not a surface he can excel on. Jay is worth a try. Bernard is always in the riskzone of being eliminated in tournaments on clay. Jay has the talent to beat Bernard and can hustle his way to victory here. Only thing that scares me from opposing Bernard is his serve and it seems to be working well on clay. Unless the name Tomic scares you this is a good bet since Bernard at 1.40 is a bit to low or Jay at 2.75 is to high. Hugo Dellien to beat Adam Pavlasek at 2.25 with bet365 Hugo is going strong nowadays and his biggest goal this year is to qualify for RG, a goal which he set up after winning his first challenger title in april. Adam is not going strong nowadays and needs a big reset to get back to where he once was. Hugo has confidence and is playing well now so I'm defenitely on the bolivian to win this. I know what makes the czech the favourite here since he is at his best on clay but all his done this season is winning a clay challenger in Rome just before Rome masters where he beat a fatigued Laslo Djere in the final. Should be 50/50 this match not 1.57-2.25. Adam also never really has passed the RG qualies except for 2016 when he lost to Laslo Djere in the qualies final round but got in as a lucky loser which doesn't count.
  13. 3 points
    Hajjam and masham flash past together ..hajjam gets verdict .....winner is winner
  14. 3 points
    KennyDelight

    May 21 - May 27

    Pauline Parmentier 1.50 to beat Yafan Wang Bet365 @ Strasbourg Open Yafan Wang rarely plays on clay and struggled against less experienced Asian opponents in the 250 Anning tournament in China .Parmentier will be on a high after winning the Istanbul clay tournament and with home ground motivation. Happy to back Parmentier in this one
  15. 2 points
    255 Leic Chagatai 275 Elnamdim star 273 These two are a bit clear in this race on an average bank hol card so I'll play on this race Chagatai 10pts win 7/1 bet365 Elnadim star 10pts win 4/1 bet365
  16. 2 points
    Final Carlos Mc v Crazy Suzy Good luck to both (especially the wife)
  17. 2 points
    BillyHills

    Silver Bowl H'Cap Tips & Trends 2018

    Unlucky mate, You could say well done to those who did have winners
  18. 2 points
    CzechPunter

    French Open 2018

    Somewhat unrelated notes: - I wouldn't want to touch Nadal at the current odds. The draw is soft, but I was shocked to see how much decline he's gone through since Monte Carlo. I don't know what's behind that and he isn't going to admit anything obviously, but I wouldn't be surprised to see him pull out unexpectedly like he did in what...2016 I believe. - Kvitova might look appealing to some given her good 2018 form, but there are two things to note her. First, the clay in Paris tends to be more physically demanding than other surfaces. Second, the guy that attacked her some time ago has just been caught according to the media, not exactly the best possible timing. - I'd really love to see Halep win this time around, but I'm afraid that the Aussie Open defeat has had lasting consequences on her confidence. Not sure how she's going to handle another Grand Slam, especially given that she hasn't really amazed in the meantime. - Djokovic could go reasonably far if his fitness is alright. His game was almost back in Rome, he stopped doing silly things and the good scoreline against Nadal should be a big confidence booster. And yeah, the super-soft first round isn't going to hurt either. - I have no idea why Thiem wanted to stay in Lyon for the whole week. Can't help him imo. - First round matches that should be entertaining - Kyrgios/Tomic, Petkovic/Mladenovic, Basilashvili/Simon, Siegemund/Vandeweghe, Duan/Garcia, Lepchenko/Mertens.
  19. 2 points
    four-leaf

    May 21 - May 27

    @CzechPunter Cori Gauff lost the US open junior final last year only 13 year old to Amanda Anisimova. She's the youngest player ever to reach the US open junior final. Reason why I'm asking about Cori is because she made her pro debut this week on clay in Osprey ITF and won 4 of 5 matches all in straight sets. She's solid as a rock on serve, she didn't drop serve in the entire first set to Katerina Stewart. She lost in first round in the Aussie open junior tournament but come on she was still 13 year old then and she's recently turned 14 and is ranked junior no.20. This girl will be big in the future if she continues this way. I'm interested to see where she will be ranked after RG because of her Osprey adventure.
  20. 2 points
    BillyHills

    Racing Chat - Thursday May 24th

    600 Sandown What A Welcome 9/4 bet365 Today's donkey is What A Welcome who bolted up at Newbury last time out and has a similar chance here off the same mark. That run was his third victory on the trot in four runs for this yard and his first on turf since last summer. He is due to go up 7lbs next week so it could be the last time in this sort of grade.
  21. 2 points
    yogg

    May 21 - May 27

    Simon vs Norrie - ATP Lyon I don't know where Norrie has found this clay form from but I'm going to roll with it. he has a great serve as opposed to Simon's lately which I hope will pull him thru'. this is more of a hunch bet for me, I'm sure we all have them. Norrie to win @ 2.15 with Marathonbet Norrie to win 2-1 @ 4.90 with Unibet
  22. 2 points
    four-leaf

    French Open 2018

    Anett Kontaveit to win 4th quarter at 9.00 with bet365 Max stake on this one. Anett is on the rise and has enough quality to win this on her own without any help from players droping out. It doesn't matter if she faces Petra Kvitova, Caro Woz or Dasha Kasatkina when she is on a roll because she's good enough to beat them all.
  23. 2 points
    four-leaf

    May 21 - May 27

    Ok I'm not giving up yet, 3 bets from me today Caroline Dolehide to beat (-1.5 sets) Maria Irina Bara at 2.20 with bet365 Caroline is up 2-0 against Irina and is yet to lose a set to her. Caroline is about 3 years younger and seeing that she beat Irina in straight sets when she was 16-17 makes me even more confident in this bet. Let's see if Caroline can do it again outside Florida. 2018 $60,000 Indian Harbour Beach, FL USA Clay Final DOLEHIDE 4-6 5-7 2016 $25,000 Wesley Chapel, FL USA Clay Round 2 (Qualifying) DOLEHIDE 5-7 5-7 Harmony Tan to beat Georgina Garcia-Perez at 2.25 with bet365 Going with the french 20 year old woman here seems like the best option. Georgina is nothing special. Alexandra Dulgheru to beat Tamara Korpatsch at 1.80 with bet365 Dulgheru has played well enough to pass this test as well. I think she should be a slightly bigger favourite. She's also beaten Tamara once last season in 3 sets on hard.
  24. 2 points
    DanV89

    Racing Chat - Friday May 25th

    Every flat meeting at Haydock I back Dascombe/Kingscote blindly. Tomorrow I’ve done a small ew lucky 63 on their 6 runners. I remember doing a lucky 15 on my birthday in July last year doing the same thing and I had 3 out of 4 winners which returned a nice profit!! Good luck with this one Graham @BillyHills
  25. 2 points
    Ok, post 1 updated with all the info. Basically, PLO is £25 + fee, starts at 2pm, will finish at 6pm. 1 hour break. NLH is £50 + fee, starts at 7pm, scheduled to finish at midnight. Everyone that plays on the night gets PL branded mugs for free, and winner of each tourney gets a trophy. Next year, it will be NLH only.
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  27. 2 points
    yogg

    May 21 - May 27

    Bertens vs Barthel - WTA Nurnberg early start for these tomorrow and I'm pretty sure an early bath too for an out of form Barthel against a very much in form Bertens. Bertens to win 2-0 @ 1.71 with 10Bet the odds are dropping on this. good luck all
  28. 2 points
    richard-westwood

    Sandown Evening Card on ITV4

    Rated races 635s blown by wind ..top rated by 10pts ......has to have good ew shout on that 9/2 Will hill 705 without parole and gabr joint top ....but fav too short and 10/1 On gabr ew looks fab value 10/1 ok 735 sheikzaroad ...very good form over distance ......could be hard to pin back ....5/1 fab value 810 fabricate ran a blinder last time and won't be far away based on that 7/2 Lets have some fun 6x5pt ew doubles
  29. 2 points
    bymatrix

    Naps: Wednesday May 23rd

    7.15 Wexford In a Pinch ( win only ) 33/1 Bet365
  30. 2 points
    liquidglass

    May 21 - May 27

    I do not think this should have anything to do with a week before a slam. In my opinion Fognini has nothing to aim for within the context of a slam. Tennis for him now should just be about trying to earn a living without ambitions. Even without the slam and tanking factor, this really is a losable match for Fognini against a young player in potent form. Rubin should win a set at minimum asking!
  31. 2 points
    yogg

    May 21 - May 27

    Pavlyuchenkova vs Vikhlyantseva WTA Strasbourg Pavlyuchenkova to win 2-0 @ 2.50 with Unibet Pavlyuchenkova should have far too much for Vikhlyantseva to handle who made 35 unforced errors against Mrdeza the other day and will probably be her undoing here. good luck with your betting guys.
  32. 2 points
    four-leaf

    May 21 - May 27

    Two more bets for me today Su-Wei Hsieh to beat Lucie Safarova at 1.80 with bet365 Best form on clay right now of these two is ofcourse Su-Wei who has. Lucie is short on match practice so for her to win this match would be a surprise for me. I think Lucie got what she wanted in Strasbourg, she won a match and gets two matches to play for some match practice ahead of RG. Su-Wei is in good form now and will win this in my book. Bradley Mousley to beat Emil Ruusuvuori at 2.75 with bet365 Can't understand how the bookie is thinking here by making the aussie underdog since Emil has yet to make anything big happen in his young career. He's from Finland like Jarkko Nieminen but Jarkko reached the Stockholm open final only 17 years old so he's got some big shoes to fill and I don't think he's good enough yet to beat a guy like Bradley who is 5 years older and ranked 270 spots higher and who already has beaten a few top 200 players this season. Bradley has lost almost 8 matches in a row to some top 200 players in Mexico and France so it probably makes him the underdog but Emil is not a top 200 player.
  33. 2 points
    Very nice Marek (Bedrock) on them cashes!!! I'll have to watch out for you on the PLO tables!! Just managed to cash in a couple myself... Was on 2 final tables at same time... Didn't quite manage a win though! Well I actually min cashed in the 2 previous PLO tourney's but didn't screen shot them...
  34. 2 points
    CzechPunter

    May 21 - May 27

    Jared Donaldson (+1.5 sets) to beat Stanislas Wawrinka at 1.71 with Pinnacle Going to oppose Wawrinka, he really has been dreadful so far in this season. Donaldson had a nice comeback against Istomin in the first round, seemed to like the conditions, should be competitive.
  35. 2 points
    bluemal

    Naps - Monday May 21st

    Leicester 8.00 Silca Mistress. @ 20/1 bet365 e/w thanks Silca Mistress....from Clive Cox yard was previously with Mick Channon yard where she found a win and 2nd place in seven race ran before changing hands in February this year, She was off track for 252 days before Clive gave her a run 26 days ago at Lingfield AW 7f when 5th of ten runners when beaten 2.75 lengths with Adam Kirkby in saddle , A fair show for new yard in first run since that long break in a Fillies' handicap race off 69 made effort on inner to challenge just over 1f out until no extra inside final furlong and weakened last 100 yards , That first run for Clive was the first time over 7f as she was running 6f races they go again over 7f and Adam Kirkby keeps the ride also another 1lb off to 68 mark
  36. 2 points
    Well done Leo . Looking like the title may be returning your way but it's a close run battle behind and all to play for in the final week next week. We have a 5 weeker this month, so gives us the chance to get a little kinky on 30th May with maybe some PLO as practice for the PL Meet up, or go the whole hog with some 8game? (Just for fun, not part of the league)
  37. 2 points
    BillyHills

    New Divisions for 2018/19 Season

    Its always difficult to plan these things for next season as a few members move on etc... but as it stands at the moment these are how the new division will look. Obviously any inactive members will be removed when we get nearer the time. Anyone not on here because of elimination will have to re-apply next August.
  38. 2 points
    The 2018 World Cup starts on June 14th and concludes with the Final on the 15th of July The Punters Lounge will award cash prizes totalling £200 via Paypal First: £80 Second: £60 Third: £40 Fourth £20 *Deadline for any entries therefore is 4pm on June 14th.* A selection thread will be posted on Monday May 14th, once the domestic competition has finished. Format 1) Entrants will be required to predict the Correct Score of the 48 group matches 2) Players will also nominate four teams from the competition in order of with their main fancy being the No 1 choice. Scoring In the group matches by predicting a correct score you are in effect forecasting 3 main outcomes; - the actual result, whether or not both teams will score and if the game has under or over 2.5 goals. Points will be awarded as follows for all of the 48 group matches; 3pts for the correct result of the game (1,X,2) 1pt for correctly predicting if both teams score (or not) 1pt for correctly predicting under or over 2.5 goals 1pt Bonus for every correct score predicted Eg: Prediction 2-1 - Actual result 3-0 = score 4pts (3pts for home win, 1pt for over 2.5) Prediction 0-0 - Actual result 0-1 = score 2pts (1pt for under 2.5 goals, 1pt for BTTS No) Prediction 3-1 - Actual result 4-2 = score 5pts (3pts for home win, 1pt over 2.5, 1pt BTTS) Prediction 1-3 - Actual result 1-3 = score 6pts (3pts away win, 1pt over 2.5, 1pt BTTS, 1pt CS) Knock Out Phase 5pts if any of your nominated teams win their group 5pts if any of your nominated teams win a Last 16 match 5pts if any of your nominated teams win a Last 8 match 5pts if any of your nominated teams win a Semi Final 5pts if any of your nominated teams wins the World Cup Bonus 5pts if your number 1 nominated team wins the World Cup Any ties will be decided by how many Correct Scores predicted, then how top 4 teams nominated performed. Rules Please post the matches in the order given in the selection thread, easy just to copy and paste. If games are out of order they may be miscalculated. Pease use the format given. All predictions must be in the same post (before deadline) No editing of posts, once you have posted your predictions they will be transferred to the master sheet so i will NOT see any edits. Any mistakes contact me by PM or post on the forum (ie; if you have missed a game out or something) Latest tables will be published on a regular basis throughout the journey Good luck
  39. 1 point
    harry_rag

    The Daily Spread

    That's better. 2 tries for a profit of 22 x stake. Shame it was only 2 after a good early start. 2270 points risked and 1964 returned, -306 points with an ROI of -13.48%
  40. 1 point
    Ok, i have been doing some extra research into the flat tracks as I was surprised to see some of the courses like Windsor and Goodwood in the top 10. I have gone back and tested the ratings over the last 750 races at each course and come out with the following top 10. 1. Newmarket (esp. July course) 2. Ascot 3. Brighton 4. Yarmouth 5. Ffos Las 6. Haydock 7. Redcar 8. Carlisle 9. Wolverhampton 10. Salisbury *Wetherby also comes out well but flat racing has only been going a couple of seasons at that venue so is not back tested as much as the others, I will include this and see how it goes. From the beginning of June the list above will be used for the purposes of this thread.
  41. 1 point
    owenclass

    French Open 2018

    Kyle Edmund to win the second quarter 7/1 paddy power Kei Nishikori to win fourth quarter 7/1 paddy power Karolina Pliskova to win second quarter 4/1 paddy power I think all three players have a chance to go far in the tournament as they all have had a decent clay court season
  42. 1 point
    Alastair

    Racing Chat - Saturday May 26th

    Trainer gave the strong impression beforehand he would come on for the race
  43. 1 point
    black rabbit

    Racing Chat - Saturday May 26th

    big picture 8 35 ffos las 1/2 pt ew 20/1 ongoing = + 32.5
  44. 1 point
    2.50 - Amix Silver Bowl Stakes (Handicap) Had to scrape the barrel on this one. NR 11 15/15 – Had won between 1-3 times before (4) 14/15 – Returned 15/2 or shorter in the betting 14/15 – Came from the top 3 in the betting 14/15 – Had raced within the last 4 weeks (3) 13/15 – Had won over 7f or 1m before (2,5,13) 12/15 – Winning distance – 2 lengths or less 12/15 – Placed last time out (1,6,9,10,17) 11/15 – Carried 9-1 or less 10/15 – Favourites that finished in the top 4 9/15 – Drawn in stall 8 or lower (6,7,12) 5/15 – Won last time out¬ (8,14,16) Crack On Crack On 5 Pts Win @ 9\2 Bet365
  45. 1 point
    $21.02+$174.26+$9.8+$307.18 $512.44 in total
  46. 1 point
    Results Red: Won 6/4 £25.00, Won 5/1 £60.00 Win: Won 10/11 £18.18, Won 1/1 £20.00, Won 7/4 £27.50, Won 7/1 £80.00 Stakes: 140pts Returns: 230.68pts Total Loss: 176.41 Next : 24th Catterick, Goodwood.
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    @Sir Puntalot @StevieDay1983 Hi, Long term lurker. I would like to make you aware of the actions of poster @Arkadi Manucharov He is changing his advice after games have started. For example, In the case of Celta v Leganes above, he stated "Leganes will not lose" and then deleted when they were losing. He has a site Sporita, which I had issues with and they took three months subscription after I cancelled - cancelled because of such bad advice, and edits which are lies. He is bad man.
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