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Offline Skybeau

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O.P. « 2018-Aug-08, 06:51 PM »
From GRV

Interesting from GRV, I wonder why the corps signed up for this?  Theoretically, they can't limit your action if you solely place bets on Vic dogs.

Here is the website, http://www.grv.org.au/wagering/ maybe someone smarter than I am can pick apart the exclusions.

From 1 August 2018, all Wagering Service Providers (WSP) approved by GRV are required to accept a fixed odds bet at odds which are Publicly Displayed by the Approved WSP for any Victorian greyhound race to the maximum amount specified as follows:

Metropolitan Victorian Greyhound Races   
In any one Win bet: to lose $750

Non-metropolitan Victorian Greyhound Races   
In any one Win bet: to lose $500

Must comply
Bet365
BlueBet
ClassicBet
CrownBet
Ladbrokes (including Betstar)
Neds.com.au
Palmerbet
Pointsbet
Racing and Wagering Western Australia
(RWWA)
Sportsbet
Top Sport
Topbetta
Unibet
UBET - QLD, Tas, SA, NT
TAB - VIC, NSW, ACT

Online Peter Mair

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« 2018-Aug-08, 09:39 PM Reply #1 »


It would be hard to present a more persuasive case for closing down greyhound racing -- it is too risky.

Offline Gintara

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« 2018-Aug-08, 10:06 PM Reply #2 »

It would be hard to present a more persuasive case for closing down greyhound racing -- it is too risky.

Once again you make no sense  >:(  :huh:  :wacko:

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« 2020-Feb-01, 09:18 PM Reply #3 »
I now only bet on greyhounds.

I bet what is probably a reasonably high amount.

I want to bet more ........

What would facilitate me increasing my turnover ........

i) Implement minimum liability requirements across all states - I currently only bet in Qld & Vic.
II) Don't program races in the same state within 5 minutes of each other - when say Warragul and Geelong are programmed 3 minutes apart I can only work one race and have no bets on the other. The difference between a 3 minute gap and a 5 minute gap is huge when you are betting on betfair.
iii) Sort out the RVG database. The database is a great thing however it continually has access issues. At times the data can't be accessed and at other times it is so slow it is unusable. When I'm trying to handicap  4 meetings or 48 races a day that extra 15 seconds per runner to download the form becomes crushing resulting in less races analyzed and less turnover.
iv) Expand the RVG database to nationwide. It's a wonderful resource and is a key asset in encouraging turnover.

Offline Skybeau

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« 2020-Feb-06, 08:45 PM Reply #4 »
I now only bet on greyhounds.

I bet what is probably a reasonably high amount.

I want to bet more ........

What would facilitate me increasing my turnover ........

i) Implement minimum liability requirements across all states - I currently only bet in Qld & Vic.
II) Don't program races in the same state within 5 minutes of each other - when say Warragul and Geelong are programmed 3 minutes apart I can only work one race and have no bets on the other. The difference between a 3 minute gap and a 5 minute gap is huge when you are betting on betfair.
iii) Sort out the RVG database. The database is a great thing however it continually has access issues. At times the data can't be accessed and at other times it is so slow it is unusable. When I'm trying to handicap  4 meetings or 48 races a day that extra 15 seconds per runner to download the form becomes crushing resulting in less races analyzed and less turnover.
iv) Expand the RVG database to nationwide. It's a wonderful resource and is a key asset in encouraging turnover.

I've got historical Vic data Wenona.  I can give you my form importer as well which imports the race meeting data from the Fasttrack site and manipulates it. 

Offline Wenona

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« 2020-Feb-09, 01:45 PM Reply #5 »
Again today ... do Sandown and Ballarat really need to be programmed 3 minutes apart?


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