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Offline fours

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« 2022-Feb-07, 10:57 PM Reply #1425 »
Rad,

Right now such is the case but it was not always that way..

No doubt it suits the studio types.....for it to be that way.

Fours

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« 2022-Feb-08, 09:39 AM Reply #1426 »
Don't be offended by Peter, Rad.
I think sometimes Peter has a couple of reds.....get's full of bravado.

Takissacod didn't make me a winner on Saturday....just allowed me to bank my initial deposit limit.....then I can't be a loser.

Rock hard tracks can throw up a rough result...Caulfield went rock hard.
Horses like Divine Diosa, Holbein and Worthily all pulled up with injury....probably serious.
Sad watching the big fellow Odeon put in the worst run in his life.

Looks like animal cruelty to me!......something just ain't right about it! :thumbsd:

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2022-Mar-16, 06:46 PM Reply #1427 »

An administrator's 'fix' is wrecking the game


Sad to say -- inflated-field racing will spoil Saturday's racing, again.

In Sydney, the first legs of a 'B6' bet should be safe enough, then it gets rough.

The last three races, over 1100m and 1200 m, with fields of 16+4e, 14+3e, and 14 become unfair when barriers are so important, inside barriers usually favoured.

...............  the best horses may win the best races but inflated fields are conducive to rough results ............. rough results for the 'most punter' set ( .... and on to confusion of the basis for handicapping and breeding)

In Melbourne, a combination of inflated fields, an unfair track and unreasonably inflated prizemoney, is a portent of another poor outcome for punters.

In both states, accepted runners have no entitlement to be in the races.

.......... any Australian preference for a 'fair go' is being suborned to administrative greed.

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« 2022-Mar-30, 06:40 PM Reply #1428 »


As good as it gets these days?

....... looming ................ a big Saturday for inflated fields .............. both Bendynogo and Roiled-Randwick ...... be wary.

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« 2022-Mar-30, 06:56 PM Reply #1429 »
Pete, Wily and myself are still waiting for the tickets for Saturday’s Championships Day at Randwick.

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« 2022-Mar-30, 09:04 PM Reply #1430 »


About the tickets

...............you may need to talk to my credit manager ............. just go to Helen Wait at my office..

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« 2022-Mar-31, 10:23 AM Reply #1431 »
Given your numerous failings and undented ego it’s no surprise you have some one attempting to manage your “credit” as you have none left  :bulb:

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« 2022-Mar-31, 08:29 PM Reply #1432 »


About 'freebee' tickets for Randwick on Saturday


Please be patient -- Helen 'who art in heaven' texted me to say you are in the queue outside the office but much depends on the Boss as to whether the meeting goes ahead ..... and who is in favour of who.

The 'who is in favour' criteria may exclude some hopeful-waiters.

................. alas, Lucifer, though eligible to vote, is unlikely to be an effective spokesman for his disciples.


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« 2022-Apr-02, 10:32 PM Reply #1433 »

MELBOURNE RACING ........... SOMEONE SHOULD CALL THE COPS

Today, and last Saturday, the most-punter set were given stark reminders of the absolute rubbish that RVL seems determined to serve up as Saturday racing 'entertainment'.

Today, and last Saturday, the early and main quadrella 'declared dividends were, respectively, $10k and $45k, for the 'earlies', ....... and $22k and $6.5k for the 'mains'.

These outcomes are simply unacceptable to any one with a basic comprehension of 'fair play'.

...... we are not talking about 'small beer' here ....... we are talking about a rort.

The Melbourne Quadrella is a major focal point of national betting. These outcomes are  tantamount to administrative fraud on a grand scale, considering that the 'pools' on these Melbourne Quadrellas were, respectively, some $1 million+ on   the VICTAB pool and that national turnover on these Q events would be more, by a factor of 2 or 3.

Does RVL intend to 'do better'?: ............. better for 'corporates' ............. or better for the most-punter set that actually pays the freight for an administration delivering nonsense racing.

This is not a joke ........ what RVL was trusted to deliver as 'the best' ............... is not now.



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« 2022-Apr-03, 12:13 AM Reply #1434 »
You do realise in open fields at Bendigo yesterday the results in the main quaddie were

Favourite
2nd Favourite
Favourite
30/1 chance

The all up was 2500/1

Hardly impossible to find for a great dividend declared of over $6000.

Frankly that’s the beauty of quaddies.




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« 2022-Apr-06, 07:25 PM Reply #1435 »


Caulfield on Saturday: mayhem looms for the 'treble' and 'quadrella'

Check out the accceptances for Caulfield on Saturday.

https://racingaustralia.horse/FreeFields/Acceptances.aspx?Key=2022Apr09%2CVIC%2CCaulfield

Consider these gems:

Race 7 -13 3yro fillies over 1400: Race 8 -13 in a BM 84 over 1600: Race 9 16+3 in a Bm 78 over 1400.

................. the dividend will include a gold bike!

Why is RVL doing this?




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« 2022-Apr-06, 07:38 PM Reply #1436 »
Why is RVL doing this?


They’re ignoring your moronic brain farts. Well, actually ignoring is not correct. They’re laughing at you  :lol:

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« 2022-Apr-06, 10:10 PM Reply #1437 »


.................... bet up buddy ........ try the treble

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« 2022-Apr-07, 07:44 AM Reply #1438 »
I will bet up buddy, zero interest in the treble.

Want to tell me what the most popular bet type is.........win or treble?

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« 2022-Apr-07, 08:01 AM Reply #1439 »
hehe

It is marriage....

Fours

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« 2022-Apr-07, 08:09 AM Reply #1440 »
Followed by divorce.   :lol:

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« 2022-Apr-07, 10:07 AM Reply #1441 »




................. by turnover, the most popular bet in Australia, nationally, has long been the Melbourne Quadrella.

As a cultural icon in Victoria it was open to being corrupted by administrators, encouraged by fixed-odds bookmakers.

Fixed-odds bookmakers are the major beneficiaries of RVL inflating fields with the 'bradburys' that ensure a rough result in the quadrella races -- one rough result takes out the most-punter set that cannot cover the field.


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« 2022-Apr-07, 03:29 PM Reply #1442 »



................. by turnover, the most popular bet in Australia, nationally, has long been the Melbourne Quadrella.

As a cultural icon in Victoria it was open to being corrupted by administrators, encouraged by fixed-odds bookmakers.

Fixed-odds bookmakers are the major beneficiaries of RVL inflating fields with the 'bradburys' that ensure a rough result in the quadrella races -- one rough result takes out the most-punter set that cannot cover the field.


You’re being dishonest Peter, once again to suit yourself.......or you’re stupid

Win betting attracts the most $$$$ invested.

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« 2022-Apr-07, 06:16 PM Reply #1443 »


..................... let the thought cross your mind that a quadrella is a sequence of four 'win bets'.

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« 2022-Apr-07, 06:21 PM Reply #1444 »
  :lol:   :lol:
 :censored:  you’re  an idiot or a disingenuous twat.


let the thought cross your mind

Fact.
More money is invested by punters in win bets than anything else


Care to deny that?

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« 2022-Apr-07, 06:38 PM Reply #1445 »
Cat go your tongue Peter? You’re still online :whistle:

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« 2022-Apr-07, 06:59 PM Reply #1446 »


..................... all bets are win bets ............. (including those to run first to fourth)

Among all win bets placed nationally, the most money -- some $2.5 to $5 million weekly -- is bet on the MN Quadrella.

................ one rough result in the four races sees the pool of most-punter money knocked off by corporates and syndicates ............. and inflated-field racing ensures 'one rough result' most Saturdays.

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« 2022-Apr-07, 07:45 PM Reply #1447 »
Don’t avoid the question peter, it only makes you look even weaker.

So how much is bet on win bets?

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« 2022-Apr-07, 07:54 PM Reply #1448 »


........................ I agree ................. all bets are win bets

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« 2022-Apr-07, 08:02 PM Reply #1449 »




........................ I agree ................. all bets are win bets




You’re on the run you fool. You can’t avoid the truth as much as you want.

Here are the win pools for Kyneton today. They expose you as an utter dunce and your avoidance  condemns you as a liar


24k
29
30
19
31
25
22
39
Total win pool 542k

Quaddie pool 40K 😆😆😆😆
« Last Edit: 2022-Apr-07, 08:05 PM by wily ole dog »


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