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Offline Da Judge

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« 2009-Mar-11, 05:04 PM Reply #25 »

I'll tell Mrs. Judge to tie you up and introduce you to.. Love----THE HARD WAY!!!!   :lol:  


you like to be shafted,as you told us on betfair,so i will leave that all to you mask

Offline Magiciansmask

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« 2009-Mar-11, 05:08 PM Reply #26 »

you like to be shafted,as you told us on betfair,so i will leave that all to you mask

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Offline mugwump

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« 2009-Mar-12, 12:20 PM Reply #27 »
That beaten favourite at Hawksbury got out to 3.25 on Betfair. Started at 2.40 with Iasbet (drifted from 2.00) and started at 2.00 on all three billy goats.
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Offline Max Manewer

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« 2009-Mar-12, 12:22 PM Reply #28 »
 :chin:

Offline Max Manewer

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« 2009-Mar-12, 12:32 PM Reply #29 »
I'd be a lot happier with betfair if you could, say right click on a price, then see a list (if more than one bid at that price ) of the layer's accumulated liabilities on that runner.  Have a clearer picture then of just what they stand to lose. Won't happen if betfair has anything to do with it. For example, you might see $67 at 25-1 being offered, then find the layer has already stood it to lose 10 grand and is drip feeding so as not to alarm backers.

Offline OldLarsy

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« 2009-Mar-14, 12:55 PM Reply #30 »
Did anyone think Lovemelikearock would get to Headway?
I didn't!
Some people did though it was matched in play at 1.06 & 1.07  :o

Offline mugwump

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« 2009-Apr-01, 09:04 AM Reply #31 »
BetTrader (free 3rd party Betfair software) demo.

[web]http://www.racingtraders.tv/video/great-trades-badger-parody/[/web]

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« 2009-Apr-01, 11:35 AM Reply #32 »
I recommend to any serious Betfair user to at least take a look at BetTrader. It is free to perform most functions and for a small cost you can use what they call the 'ladder'. For smallish players I don't think it is necessary to use the 'ladder' option. Here is a vid comparing the normal Betfair interface to that of BetTrader.

[web]http://www.racingtraders.tv/trading-tips/an-introduction-to-bettrader/[/web]

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« 2009-Apr-03, 02:46 PM Reply #33 »
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Betfair To Cover All Australian Races "In The Run"

Friday, 3 April 2009

Betfair has ramped up its in-running betting service by extending coverage to all thoroughbred racing events in Australia.

In advance of one of Australia's most anticipated days at Rosehil featuring the AAMI Golden Slipper Stakes and BMW, Betfair today announced it was "significantly expanding" its in-running betting product.

Previously available only on Australian Group races, from Saturday Betfair punters will be able to bet live, online on all Australian Saturday and midweek metropolitan horse races in the run.

The live in-running service, made possible by Betfair's unique, dynamic person-to-person exchange platform, has been well received since its inception in Australia last October on the eve of the Melbourne spring carnival.

Betfair's Media and Communications Manager, Hugh Taggart, said, “Punters have really embraced the ability to bet during a race, and the feedback from our customers has suggested we offer more in-running markets across horseracing,

“Like many of Betfair's diverse horseracing products, the concept of in-running betting has stimulated new interest in racing, which can only be positive for the industry.”

Taggart said Betfair's Australian in-running market depth and popularity is growing in line with the growth of its horseracing markets in general.

http://www.racingandsports.com.au/racing/rsnewsart.asp?NID=148416

Offline Da Judge

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« 2009-Apr-03, 02:56 PM Reply #34 »
you beat betfair up with your post jimbler,ps i c+p it onto betfair forum

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« 2009-Apr-05, 10:32 AM Reply #35 »
I often see races where someone has put up a set lay for every runner...eg....Wangaratta today race 8.....$1.20 for 37 bucks ...what is the plan...hoping someone fekks up and takes it?

Offline Wenona

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« 2009-Apr-05, 10:41 AM Reply #36 »
Yeah, I think they're just looking to skim money from mistakes.

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« 2009-Apr-05, 10:44 AM Reply #37 »
Yes, no doubt that's the reason.

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« 2009-Apr-13, 12:18 PM Reply #38 »
Race 1 at Moonee Valley was supposed to go 'in-play' but didn't.

Offline Hamish Crayfish

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« 2009-Apr-13, 01:56 PM Reply #39 »
Devastated that Befair didn't operate "in play" on the Stawell Gift final.

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« 2009-Apr-13, 02:01 PM Reply #40 »
  :lol:

Offline OldLarsy

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« 2009-Apr-13, 05:33 PM Reply #41 »
Devastated that Befair didn't operate "in play" on the Stawell Gift final.

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« 2009-Apr-13, 08:59 PM Reply #42 »
The beauty of in-running. The $2 favorite in R2 at Oakbank, Glaneuse, settled last, was last on the turn then flashed home and won.
Matched at $10 in the run. If liquidity can pick up then there'll be many trading opportunities.

Offline mugwump

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« 2009-Apr-14, 12:01 AM Reply #43 »
Yes, I saw the $10. Like many others I thought it had no hope of winning from there. I think betting in running is fraught with danger.

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« 2009-Apr-17, 09:00 PM Reply #44 »
Im a bit of a newbie on betfair and i cant seem to work out how i can get my account balance displayed and refreshed after a win or loss, any tips on how to do this??? OL??

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« 2009-Apr-17, 09:03 PM Reply #45 »
Im a bit of a newbie on betfair and i cant seem to work out how i can get my account balance displayed and refreshed after a win or loss, any tips on how to do this??? OL??

click the middle icon next to main wallet

Offline chalky

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« 2009-Apr-17, 09:04 PM Reply #46 »
oh.......too easy :shy:,
thanks!

Offline OldLarsy

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« 2009-Apr-20, 10:55 PM Reply #47 »
I just happened to check out each runner's betting movements on Betfair in the last at Canberra Trots tonight and just can't understand how some prices are match.

Not big dollars but some people must be dopes, and that's being kind.

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Offline westie

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« 2009-Apr-20, 11:17 PM Reply #48 »
I just happened to check out each runner's betting movements on Betfair in the last at Canberra Trots tonight and just can't understand how some prices are match.

Not big dollars but some people must be dopes, and that's being kind.

OL
Is  this a serious post, just a joke or an attempt to add to your No of posts.  Truely who really cares about the last at Canberra Trots on a Monday night ?  and forgod sake I live there   :lol:

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« 2009-Apr-20, 11:19 PM Reply #49 »
OL
Is  this a serious post, just a joke or an attempt to add to your No of posts.  Truely who really cares about the last at Canberra Trots on a Monday night ?  and forgod sake I live there   :lol:

Serious, westie
Sad isn't it?   :lol:


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