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PostPosted: Sun Mar 10, 2013 12:00 pm
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Weird day yesterday, had a chunk on Wigan, never back against us but 7/1 was a ridiculous price. No-one followed me in though. Our kid had £10 double on Ross/Annan for over £1800, then he backed city 5-0.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2013 12:09 pm
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Not had the best run of late but a few decent prices for today:
2.05 Hay - King Fontaine 9/1
3.15 Hay - Bocciana 20/1
4.20 Car - Mary Milan 8/1
5.30 car - Knockturnal 13/2

All i know is that they are expected to run well..... but of course other horses may also have same expectation Smile

Would make a nice ew L15
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 21, 2013 7:28 pm
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Japan v Mexico

The two sides meet in the Confederations cup at Estadio Governador to decided third position in Group A. Both sides have lost their opening games however Japan scored 3 goals against a good Italian team and were unlucky not to get something out of the match after hitting the woodwork 3 times however neither can catch Brazil and Italy after they won their opening games. Japan can be forgiven for their poor performance against Brazil in the opening match having played a world cup qualifier a few days before flying to Brazil and the jet lag clearly affected them in the second half. Generally Japan is very strong in defense and Mexico have failed to score in 6 of their last 10 match.

Japan did really well to win the 2011 Asia Cup, while excellent performances in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers saw them secure their berth at the tournament finals before anyone else.

Mexico have won only 1 games in their last 11 in all competitions in a run that included some very weak South American opposition. While Japan have only won 5 from their last 11 their opposition has been of a stonger calibre and Japans performances have been of a higher quality of they have a battling team mentality against a Mexican team that rely too heavily on Manchester Uniteds Javier Hernandez whose style of play does not adapt well to Mexicos deep lying counter attacking style and in this competition he has had to drop back to get the ball which negates his effective goal poaching style in the opposition box.

I expect this to happen again as Japan are a very energetic team and will push Mexico back with their speed and top quality ball control.

Probable Japan starting line-up (4-2-3-1): Kawashima – Uchida, Konno, Yoshida, Nagatomo – Endo, Hosogai – Okazaki, Honda, Kagawa – Maeda.

Probable Mexico starting line-up (4-2-3-1): Corona – Mier, Rodriguez, Moreno, Salcido – Torrado, Herrera – Barrera, Dos Santos, Guardado – Hernandez.

International Confederations Cup - Japan v Mexico - Japan To Win 'Draw No Bet' - 1.91 BetVictor / Coral / William Hill
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 21, 2013 8:57 pm
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PunterAssist wrote:
Japan v Mexico

The two sides meet in the Confederations cup at Estadio Governador to decided third position in Group A. Both sides have lost their opening games however Japan scored 3 goals against a good Italian team and were unlucky not to get something out of the match after hitting the woodwork 3 times however neither can catch Brazil and Italy after they won their opening games. Japan can be forgiven for their poor performance against Brazil in the opening match having played a world cup qualifier a few days before flying to Brazil and the jet lag clearly affected them in the second half. Generally Japan is very strong in defense and Mexico have failed to score in 6 of their last 10 match.

Japan did really well to win the 2011 Asia Cup, while excellent performances in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers saw them secure their berth at the tournament finals before anyone else.

Mexico have won only 1 games in their last 11 in all competitions in a run that included some very weak South American opposition. While Japan have only won 5 from their last 11 their opposition has been of a stonger calibre and Japans performances have been of a higher quality of they have a battling team mentality against a Mexican team that rely too heavily on Manchester Uniteds Javier Hernandez whose style of play does not adapt well to Mexicos deep lying counter attacking style and in this competition he has had to drop back to get the ball which negates his effective goal poaching style in the opposition box.

I expect this to happen again as Japan are a very energetic team and will push Mexico back with their speed and top quality ball control.

Probable Japan starting line-up (4-2-3-1): Kawashima – Uchida, Konno, Yoshida, Nagatomo – Endo, Hosogai – Okazaki, Honda, Kagawa – Maeda.

Probable Mexico starting line-up (4-2-3-1): Corona – Mier, Rodriguez, Moreno, Salcido – Torrado, Herrera – Barrera, Dos Santos, Guardado – Hernandez.

International Confederations Cup - Japan v Mexico - Japan To Win 'Draw No Bet' - 1.91 BetVictor / Coral / William Hill
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 25, 2013 11:55 am
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I've had a £1 e/w lucky 15 today (£30 stake)

Ted's Brother 3.00 Beverley 6.50
Bougaloo 3.15 Brighton 10.00
Red Refraction 3.45 Brighton 3.75
Gala Casino Star 4.00 Beverley 10.00

GL me
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 25, 2013 2:08 pm
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Bev 5.30 Pull The Pin
My wife took me to the races 2 weeks ago as a birthday prezzy. I fancied Pull The Pin to do well so backed him ew. The race went really badly. He got pushed onto the rail with no gap at 2f marker. He tried to get the horse out but pushed back in at 1f mark. With <1/2f to run he almost reared the horse to get it around the back of and jinxed it into the middle of the track. He finished about a length off the winner in 3rd. If there had been another 100yds he would have won by 3 lengths min (finishing like a train.)

I have no idea what his connections have got planned for him today but all I know is he should have obliterated the field last time out and got mega boxed.

Was hoping for >5-1 today in similar race but he's been backed in from 7/2 to 3-1 at mo.
Hate backing horses at this grade in a fairly big runner handicap so lumped on e/w at 7/2 as a saver.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 26, 2013 12:04 pm
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My picks today (all at Salisbury)

Weisse Socken time 2.20 odds 3.75
Quantify 3.20 5.00
Head Of Steam 3.50 9.00
Royal Signaller 4.25 7.50

6x £4 e/w doubles
1x £2 win fourfold

Got the horse racing bug gig time (again!) thanks to Ascot

edit: Washout!
i'll stick to poker for a while i reckon
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 26, 2013 10:24 pm
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Sporting Index have just issued their premiership points spreads for next season.
The full list:

Man City 80-81.5
Chelsea 80-81.5
Man Utd 78-79.5
Arsenal 72.5-74
Spurs 65.5-67
Liverpool 64-65.6
Everton 52.5-54
Newcastle 44.5-46
Southampton 44.5-46
Swansea 44.5-46
WBA 43-44.5
West Ham 42.5-44
Aston Villa 42.5-44
Fulham 41.5-43
Sunderland 41-42.5
Stoke 39-40.5
Norwich 39-40.5
Cardiff 36.5-38
Hull 33-34.5
C Palace 30.5-32

Looking at the list i'm tempted to sell Newcastle.

Thoughts?
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 30, 2013 10:28 pm
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Japanese J-League - Nagoya Grampus v Kashima Antlers - Over 2.5,3.0 Asian Goal Line @ 2.0 (Bet365)

Japanese J-League - Shimizu S-Pulse v FC Tokyo - Over 2.0 Asian Goal Line @ 1.35 (Bet365)

Japanese J-League - Kawasaki Frontale v Shonan Bellmare - Kawasaki Frontale -1 Asian Handicap @ 1.625 (Bet365)

Treble @ 4.39 (Bet365)

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 02, 2013 1:49 pm
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On a roll today at Goodwood - had the winner in the 1st and a forecast come in for the 2nd race.

Picks for the rest of the day:

3.05 Brendan Bracken
3.40 Masamah
4.15 Speed the Plough
4.50 Nargys


All each way
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 03, 2013 1:19 am
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Japanese J-League - Kashiwa Reysol v Sagan Tosu - Over 2.5, 3 Asian Goal Line @ 1.675 (Bet365)

Japanese J-League - Kashima Antlers v Omiya Ardija - Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.75 (Bet365)

Japanese J-League - Jubilo Iwata v Nagoya Grampus - Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.775 (Bet365)
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 10, 2013 3:00 am
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Japanese J-League - Nagoya Grampus v Urawa Red Diamonds - Over 2.5, 3 Asian Goal Line @ 1.775 (Bet365)
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 24, 2013 7:38 am
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Off to Goodwood today, not a real tip just based on the name:

Magic City in the 2.55 at Goodwood

Come on City

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 24, 2013 2:37 pm
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Indestructible wrote:
Off to Goodwood today, not a real tip just based on the name:

Magic City in the 2.55 at Goodwood

Come on City

Cool


Nice one Indy and you'll be happy to know its owned by one Sir Alex Ferguson Smile
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 24, 2013 7:46 pm
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Didn't know about Fergie when I posted but mate told me soon after, still backed it and in the money.

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