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Offline ratsack

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« 2022-Apr-17, 08:29 PM Reply #250 »
Well done BMac
Sorry I havenít participated as much as normal, Iím a bit busy at the moment

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« 2022-Apr-20, 12:52 PM Reply #251 »
Sorry for the delay in thanking you Brian. Great job as always and nice win too. Jeunes spend your own money wisely.

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« 2022-Apr-20, 05:54 PM Reply #252 »
I am not if I can spend it wisely but here goes. I split it up as I won my own bet.   :lol:

I will donate part of the winnings to the spring comp. If one multi gets up it will be $25. If all get up, it will be $100. So letís hope they all get up.  All the bets are with the Tab.

AFL Multi $20 x $3.2= $64 return.

Western Bulldogs-$1.26
Port Adelaide -$1.35
Geelong -$1.17
Brisbane - $1.34
Melbourne -$1.2

NRL Multi $20 x $3.27 = $65.4

Cronulla - $1.43
Brisbane-$1.26
Souths -$1.26
Panthers- $1.07
Roosters-$1.25
Melbourne- $1.08

All the AFL and NRL

$10 at $10.49=$104.90


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« 2022-Apr-21, 06:09 PM Reply #253 »
Sorry for the delay in thanking you Brian. Great job as always and nice win too. Jeunes spend your own money wisely.

Ditto :thumbsup:

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« 2022-Apr-22, 12:10 PM Reply #254 »
Brian
Congratulations on being the highest point scorer in your own comp - always a well run comp  :clap2: Congratulations also to Jeunes for offering a prize and having the smarts to win it - well done.  :no1:

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« 2022-Apr-24, 08:00 AM Reply #255 »
I am not if I can spend it wisely but here goes. I split it up as I won my own bet.    :lol:  

I will donate part of the winnings to the spring comp. If one multi gets up it will be $25. If all get up, it will be $100. So letís hope they all get up.  All the bets are with the Tab.

AFL Multi $20 x $3.2= $64 return.

Western Bulldogs-$1.26
Port Adelaide -$1.35
Geelong -$1.17
Brisbane - $1.34
Melbourne -$1.2

NRL Multi $20 x $3.27 = $65.4

Cronulla - $1.43
Brisbane-$1.26
Souths -$1.26
Panthers- $1.07
Roosters-$1.25
Melbourne- $1.08

All the AFL and NRL

$10 at $10.49=$104.90



Unfortunately in the AFL, Western Bulldogs lost by 1 point while in the NRL, Souths were also beaten by 1 point. Thus the multis are gone.  :wavecry:

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« 2022-Apr-25, 01:51 PM Reply #256 »
Bad luck guys!

Brian, I've been a bit busy lately with family visiting over recent weeks, so I haven't taken the opportunity to thank you for this comp. I really enjoyed it. I honestly take little interest in Sydney racing as a rule, but enjoyed getting involved and was able to watch most of the Sydney events. Great stuff ..

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« 2022-Apr-25, 04:46 PM Reply #257 »

I honestly take little interest in Sydney racing as a rule, .

To misquote Paul Keating about not living in Sydney:-

If you're betting elsewhere, and not betting in Sydney, you are betting at the Provincials and Country   

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« 2022-Apr-25, 04:48 PM Reply #258 »
Must say I agree with JWH. I donít understand the thought process that makes people restrict their betting by racing precinct.

It does seem to be a Melbourne centric approach 🤔

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« 2022-Apr-25, 04:58 PM Reply #259 »
If I am studying the form thoroughly, it is more than enough work for me to follow one state. Personally, I don't understand how people can both live a life AND bet confidently and competently in several locations. I guess not everyone does it the same way.

Hell, I can understand that there is more to racing than just Victoria. I live in another state, am a club member there .... but I just don't bet there.
I have nothing against NSW racing. As I said above, I enjoyed going through the fields, watching the races, etc. during the comp.

And I'll tell you a secret for nothing. I totally respect NSW form. Today, for example, I have backed TonneOfGrit and Alegron. If you are bringing a horse interstate, you generally think it'll go well

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« 2022-Apr-25, 05:41 PM Reply #260 »
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« 2022-Apr-25, 05:41 PM Reply #261 »
My tip for nothing is take care when assessing Vic form when having a Sydney start at short odds (I won't mention Northerly)  whereas Sydney form usually stacks up well when having a Vic start.

   


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