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Re: Japan » J. League » 10 Nov. 2010 Shonan Bellmare v Omiya Ardija There is no dispute who is obliged to win this match. The visitors are in good form and close to securing themselves remaining in J-League for the next season. Defeating this already relegated team of Shonan is a must. Omiya meets the leader in next match and the match after the third club so the must take matches like this one at 100%. I went half my bank on this one:hope I hate all-ins, but it is a suitable one. I really hope they do not manipulate it... 2 @ 1.85 5dimes

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Re: Japan » J. League » 10 Nov. 2010 Omiya Ardija have to win it's true but the odds are a terrible 5/6 on a team that has only won 3 out of 13 away and scored 9 goals in those 13 games.I've seen this many times and it more often ends in tears...good luck to you and half your bank......

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Re: Japan » J. League » 10 Nov. 2010

Omiya Ardija have to win it's true but the odds are a terrible 5/6 on a team that has only won 3 out of 13 away and scored 9 goals in those 13 games.I've seen this many times and it more often ends in tears...good luck to you and half your bank......
In 90% of the cases, when it is end of season and only one of the teams struggles for survival it is a sure bet. The motivation is the decisive factor, no matter the odds. I love end of season bets in countries like Ireland, Japan, Sweden, Norway and Brasil. They have always been good source of monies for me and rarely fail:cow

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Re: Japan » J. League » 10 Nov. 2010

In 90% of the cases, when it is end of season and only one of the teams struggles for survival it is a sure bet. The motivation is the decisive factor, no matter the odds. I love end of season bets in countries like Ireland, Japan, Sweden, Norway and Brasil. They have always been good source of monies for me and rarely fail:cow
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Re: Japan » J. League » 10 Nov. 2010

In 90% of the cases, when it is end of season and only one of the teams struggles for survival it is a sure bet. The motivation is the decisive factor, no matter the odds. I love end of season bets in countries like Ireland, Japan, Sweden, Norway and Brasil. They have always been good source of monies for me and rarely fail:cow
You were right...no tears this time....Atvidabergs were even money at home last weekend in Sweden and had to win against a team that were safe and only drew 1-1,so it doesn't always work out but well done on this one....

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Re: Japan » J. League » 10 Nov. 2010

Atvidabergs were even money at home last weekend in Sweden and had to win against a team that were safe and only drew 1-1' date='so it doesn't always work out but well done on this one....[/quote'] Must have been in that 10% area :lol

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Re: Japan » J. League » 10 Nov. 2010

That's why I prefer the paddies. It is all fair and quare with them:dude
?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????..... I don't know any derogatory names for Bulgarians but stick to the betting.......

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Re: Japan » J. League » 10 Nov. 2010

?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????..... I don't know any derogatory names for Bulgarians but stick to the betting.......
Sorry, I never knew it was derogatory nickname for the Irish. We'd better stick to picks...

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Re: Japan » J. League » 10 Nov. 2010

Sorry, I never knew it was derogatory nickname for the Irish. We'd better stick to picks...
Ok,good luck with your future picks.Hope you take lots of money off the bookies......that's what it's all about no matter where you're from......

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