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Offline Bubbasmith

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« 2010-Mar-04, 03:37 PM Reply #50 »
JWH

No, I am only joking it came from Singapore..I have it going in DD in NSW & Vict
and race 8 number 8 is just coincidental
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« 2010-Mar-04, 04:30 PM Reply #51 »
Could not get into race after missing start..still disappointing

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« 2010-Mar-04, 05:17 PM Reply #52 »
Was a tricky track there today.  Inside was obviously a no-go zone, and they walked in your race, Bubba.

As you say, was disappointing, but was never a hope after they'd gone 100.

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« 2010-Mar-04, 07:19 PM Reply #53 »
They start searching for better going: JWH buttons his wallet.

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« 2010-Mar-04, 07:44 PM Reply #54 »
But there are 3 place-getters there, Geoff.  A tricky track is no reason to miss opportunities. :nowink:

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« 2010-Mar-04, 08:31 PM Reply #55 »
But there are 3 place-getters there, Geoff.  A tricky track is no reason to miss opportunities. :nowink:

True

Yet, in this race in question there were seven non place-getters.

I find it hard enough winning (or not losing) on a good track.

I'll leave those tricky tracks for my betters to figure out.

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« 2010-Mar-05, 06:11 AM Reply #56 »
They start searching for better going: JWH buttons his wallet.

The different mindset of punters is different. As soon as there is some sort of bias either inside or out Antitab opens up his wallett and bets bigger. I fgure even knowing that information has you in front of 50% punters so I have an advantage.

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« 2010-Mar-05, 09:02 AM Reply #57 »
The different mindset of punters is different. As soon as there is some sort of bias either inside or out Antitab opens up his wallett and bets bigger. I fgure even knowing that information has you in front of 50% punters so I have an advantage.

Won a lot of money on the Sunshine Coast on wet tracks because of that, before they fixed the drainage, and started rolling the course proper.

rail out 12 meters on a wet track in the old days at Caloundra, meant the leader couldn't get beat  :)

The bias is no where near as amplified as it used to be though

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« 2010-Mar-05, 09:25 AM Reply #58 »
True

Yet, in this race in question there were seven non place-getters.

I find it hard enough winning (or not losing) on a good track.

I'll leave those tricky tracks for my betters to figure out.
You're right, Geoff, but I generally treat non-SEQld races as poker machines with a very low rake.  I enjoy the challenge of the country meetings in NSW and Vic and continue to be surprised at the good odds on offer about horses ridden by the leading hoops.  Arnold did a great job on one yesterday.

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« 2010-Mar-05, 09:50 AM Reply #59 »
Oh

I took the "tricky" reference to mean wet tracks on which jockeys scout wide.

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« 2010-Mar-05, 10:03 AM Reply #60 »
Yes, that, too.  But most country tracks are tricky to begin with.

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« 2010-Mar-06, 09:33 AM Reply #61 »
Could anyone please advise me the odds in this morning's Courier Mail for Ascot race 7. Number 4 & Dawinner & Number 5 Le Plunge

thanks
 

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« 2010-Mar-06, 09:53 AM Reply #62 »
Could anyone please advise me the odds in this morning's Courier Mail for Ascot race 7. Number 4 & Dawinner & Number 5 Le Plunge

thanks
 

4=$21and 5=$13   emthup  

You will get better 51 and 26 fixed on UNiTAB :clap2:
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« 2010-Mar-06, 09:59 AM Reply #63 »
Arsenal thanks

yes I see those odds ..do not think they have any chance.those odds in the paper are way out except for first 3 in betting

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« 2010-Oct-02, 09:59 AM Reply #64 »
Could anyone advise me the odds in this morning's Courier Mail  for No 3 Geyser Peak in Race 7 at Belmont ( WA ) this afternoon.

thanks

Bubba

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« 2010-Oct-02, 10:18 AM Reply #65 »
$8.00 yesterday.

Offline Bubbasmith

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« 2010-Oct-02, 10:25 AM Reply #66 »
Thanks Gratlog, but I need to know todays.

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« 2010-Oct-23, 08:10 AM Reply #67 »
Could anyone with access to this morning's Courier Mail please help out with odds published today for Morant ( No. 7 ) in race 6 today at Ascot  ( WA ) and whether Master of Design is shown as a scratching ?

Thanks

Bubba


BWT the weather in Melb. is excepted to clear up around midday,but there is a little drizzle at the moment.

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« 2010-Oct-23, 08:21 AM Reply #68 »
$7 mate.

Offline Bubbasmith

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« 2010-Oct-23, 08:27 AM Reply #69 »
triples

thanks

Offline gratlog

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« 2010-Oct-23, 08:37 AM Reply #70 »
Looks like Friday's guide is mostly the same as todays.

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« 2010-Oct-23, 09:33 AM Reply #71 »
Grats, it appears that way, although in race six yesterday's CM market included a 5/4 fav , which was scratched on Friday, but it appeares the CM have not  published an adjusted market

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« 2011-Mar-05, 07:30 AM Reply #72 »
It is 12 months since I made my initial request for odds published in The Courier Mail, and I was hoping someone could help out with the odds in today's CM of the odds of No 1 Western Fever & No 2 Single Spice in race 6 at Ascot (WA ) today.

thanks in anticipation

Bubba 

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« 2011-Mar-05, 07:35 AM Reply #73 »
They're $9 and $5.5 respectively, Bubba.

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« 2011-Mar-05, 07:59 AM Reply #74 »
 DD,thanks


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