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Offline nemisis

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« 2022-Jan-06, 09:38 AM Reply #1500 »
nemisis,

You have a lot to learn and that wont change as long as you refuse to learn it.

You have already been told the Midterm bet was a tiny part of my insurance on a much bigger over all bet for the race. Insurance when done properly should include results you cant see happening....

As long as you cant see it I have it all over you. A hint is that when others are lamenting their bad, luck or disbelief of the form turn around, I am breaking even or collecting. As simple as that to explain. Not every time of course but enough for it to be worth my while.

That first four result for reggies race was a simple run of the mill one for me. Would have prefeered the horse failed to place in fact.

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You can rest very comfortably assured I have nothing to learn from you, fours.
How can a horse like Midterm, who wasn't qualified, wasn't good enough and would never find a track suitable be any sort of insurance?

I have no interest in your betting theories.
I did notice someone on another forum cracked the fours code.
Looks like a lot of rubbish to me....just playing around with numbers.

As far as Reggie goes....it was a real shame that he didn't get here for the 2020 Australian Derby.
Absolutely no doubt in my mind he could have won that race.
He showed a bit of his class yesterday........didn't really get a chance to turn on all his cylinders.

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« 2022-Jan-06, 09:42 AM Reply #1501 »
  :lol:   :lol:   :lol:

You can delude yourself all you like.

One day you might realise that what I dont share on any forum is way better than what I have shared... and I have shared multiple winning threads which you remain in the dark on via your own laziness.

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Offline PoisonPen7

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« 2022-Jan-08, 10:39 AM Reply #1502 »
If they are getting home from the rear......

R1 #4 Steplee - exciting prospect
R9 #12 Casino Kid with the featherweight

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« 2022-Jan-08, 11:00 AM Reply #1503 »
Casino kid seems besieged by bad luck. Iíve been on its last 5 so I think I should stick as well   :lol:

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« 2022-Jan-08, 12:31 PM Reply #1504 »
Looks like they are not running on mate. I'd halve my bet on Casino Kid.

I Am Power to lead all the way in the last race.

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« 2022-Jan-09, 05:12 AM Reply #1505 »
Casino kid seems besieged by bad luck. Iíve been on its last 5 so I think I should stick as well   :lol:

Hope you didn't halve your bet mate.

Fortunately I put the bet on before I got cold feet. Had a parlay with Steplee and some roughie in the last at Brisbane that ran nowhere. Should have gone with So You Win who I took a close look at but greedily wanted bigger odds  :rant:

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« 2022-Jan-09, 10:41 AM Reply #1506 »
I decided to mow the lawn and totally forgot about it  :lol:   :lol:

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« 2022-Jan-21, 09:02 AM Reply #1507 »
AUSTRALIAíS MOST RESPECTED TIPSTER
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TONY BRASSEL

BEST BET

YIYI RANDWICK, 4.20pm, Race 9, No.5, $3.80 Slow maturing four-year-old set for his best preparation. He looked a shade burly pre-race, spotted fitter stablemate e Kingsheir 6.5kg, and made up good ground in a sitand-sprint last time. Winner of his only Randwick start and operates on any type of going.

BEST VALUE

LUNAKORN RANDWICK, 3pm, Race 7, No.6, $16 The five-year-old hardly enjoys racing inside horses so a midfield draw looks okay with Kerrin McEvoy piloting. Iíll take the punt sheís tuned up through two bold barrier trials, running seventh at Gosford and a fifth at Wyong.
ENDS

I think they're taking a liberty describing him as Australia's Most Respected Tipster ...he's no better than his last winner ...and like a recent article in LGHR they all have good and bad days ..just like the rest of us....he had two on Wednesday one collected at odds on the other ran third at skinny odds.

Giddy Up :beer:




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