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jaywyte

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  1. Hi, so if you're reading this I'm hoping you may be some on interested in what I'm about to say. I've been looking at a guy who has a mathematical formula for betting on basketball. He does extremely well. He is on pyckio for all to see. He goes by the name oliverom. Basically my issue is this - I would like to pay for his tips but they're just too expensive. If you are prepared to stake big money then it's well worth it. But I don't want to stake big, nor am I able to. Basical,y it works out at £18 for 25 picks and about £55 for a hundred picks. So hear is my idea - I would like to get a group together of about 4 people. That way, the cost is shared. We can start low at £4.50 each and then we each bet at our own comfortable but small stakes. As each week goes by, the more profit we make and then can buy the bigger picks packages which obviously offer you more value the higher you go. It is basically a way of not losing money. You start out with a small pot and grow it. After a few months, we will all have made enough money to go our ow way, with bigger stakes using the money made. Its a great way to ensure that you don't lose money. Anyway, i know what you will be thinking, money's involved so yes there needs to be trust but the initial lay out is only going to be £4.50 so I would be happy to risk that and itsguaranteed profit! If this is something that interests you, reply to the message, but first go and check oliverom out yourself at pyckio. You will see exactly what I mean about it being too expensive (unless your staking big)
  2. Hi, so if you're reading this I'm hoping you may be some on interested in what I'm about to say. I've been looking at a guy who has a mathematical formula for betting on basketball. He does extremely well. He is on pyckio for all to see. He goes by the name oliverom. Basically my issue is this - I would like to pay for his tips but they're just too expensive. If you are prepared to stake big money then it's well worth it. But I don't want to stake big, nor am I able to. Basical,y it works out at £18 for 25 picks and about £55 for a hundred picks. So hear is my idea - I would like to get a group together of about 4 people. That way, the cost is shared. We can start low at £4.50 each and then we each bet at our own comfortable but small stakes. As each week goes by, the more profit we make and then can buy the bigger picks packages which obviously offer you more value the higher you go. It is basically a way of not losing money. You start out with a small pot and grow it. After a few months, we will all have made enough money to go our ow way, with bigger stakes using the money made. Its a great way to ensure that you don't lose money. Anyway, i know what you will be thinking, money's involved so yes there needs to be trust but the initial lay out is only going to be £4.50 so I would be happy to risk that and itsguaranteed profit! If this is something that interests you, reply to the message, but first go and check oliverom out yourself at pyckio. You will see exactly what I mean about it being too expensive (unless your staking big)
  3. I agree, when he's on it's scary. I remember his demolition of Djokovic last year. And Djokovic was playing well! Wawrinka just out hit him in what was one of the best matches I've seen. It reminded of me of watching Gonzalez back in the day. Man could that guy hit a ball, shame it went out koremoften than went in otherwise I think he would have been one of the most dominant players ever. It's so frustrating with wawrinka though because sometimes he can just go off boil in the drop of that and when he does, just looks like he can't be bothered.
  4. Does anyone else think that the odds on Dan Evans make for a good handicap bet? At first glance, out of all the matches you would think this is one of the more obvious results. But going purely on the form of Evans in this tournament so far and the fact that I don't believe wawrinka has played anywhere near his best, nor has he had to, I wonder if there is value here?
  5. I agree with you both, as anyone who pays attention to this forum knows, Czech really knows his stuff. However, this was a loosen bet, Edmunds won 7-5, 7--6 which is a difference of 3 games., the handicap being at 2.5.