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Offline wily ole dog

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« 2020-Jun-24, 04:53 PM Reply #750 »
Look at the pool sizes.  :lol:
Punters voted, Mair is an idiot  :thumbsup:

They are all rejoicing in the fact he’s no longer employed in the industry  :clap2:

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2020-Jun-24, 08:27 PM Reply #751 »


It is Wednesday..............


................ forum-natives are restless .............waiting for my assessment of the inflated Saturday fields.

'Crimes' against punters are looming ............as usual ............. accentuated by low-grade winter racing facilitating theft from addicts.

Spare my days: -- at Caulfield (with the rail out 12 m) Race 3 over 1400m for 3yros has 12 starting  ... as does race 9, a BM 84, over 1400  --- what do you think will happen?

The Rosehill offering is 'low-grade' on a heavy track ------- Race 9 ......a BM 78.....over 1200 .....with 13 accepted
....... might see quadrella punters forced to 'take the field'.


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« 2020-Jun-24, 09:47 PM Reply #752 »
Waiting for assessments  :lol:   :lol: ......you couldn’t give a rats arse what anyone thinks

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« 2020-Jun-28, 07:50 PM Reply #753 »


............... its winter ....... its rough racing........

In Sydney, the quadrellas averaged $1.5 and the 'worst' 8 of 9 F4s averaged $10K.

In Melbourne, the main quadrella 'paid' $6k -- to 'no-one' -- and the 6 'worst' F4s averaged $ 6k.

....... inflated field rubbish.........is not a responsibly professional offer of betting entertainment.

Guess who got the punters money? [clue -- fixed odds  bookies and rebate-taking syndicates]

                            .... line up, and line their pockets, again next week


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« 2020-Jun-28, 08:40 PM Reply #754 »
Pete, have you ever had a winning day on the punt?



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« 2020-Jun-28, 08:55 PM Reply #755 »


Many

................for many years.....never lost....... overall.... over a full year.

Of course, not -paid for the investment of time ..........but a 'not losing' pastime

The advent of inflated fields ...... brought me undone ........along with many others.

The ACCC should require Tabcorp to come-clean on the shift to fixed-odds betting after the inflated field policy was put in place.

The compensating regulatory-requirement is about disclosing for each race the different 'net loss' fate of both big and small bets and 'big bets' placed late, against all bets.


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« 2020-Jun-28, 09:25 PM Reply #756 »
Fields have always been large. You’re full of shit😰

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« 2020-Jun-28, 09:49 PM Reply #757 »


......a 'not-wily' dog......a plant that does not flower.... a John Cleese  'Manuel'  .......a 'waste of space'

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« 2020-Jun-30, 11:20 AM Reply #758 »
take up offer and see who flowers, old fruit  :biggrin:

Like old fruit you were disposed of, to the trash heap, due to your rotteness :whistle:

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« 2020-Jun-30, 06:18 PM Reply #759 »


The unbelievable looms tomorrow

In the normal course I can imagine nothing worse for most punters than a mid-week race meeting in Melbourne.

These are, however, not normal times ---------- a something 'worse' could well be the racing in Sydney scheduled for the Kensington track tomorrow.

        ........ have a look at the form .... see what you think ......and then wait to be amazed by the outcomes.





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« 2020-Jun-30, 08:11 PM Reply #760 »


Kensington [NOT Randwick] tomorrow

Quaddiepending  6/10/8/3 ___   6/2,10/2,8/3  ___ 6/2,10/2,7/1,   __ 6,7,11/2,10/2,3,8/1,2,3

...............not tips ....... just a filtered rough consensus of tips published .. will not win!




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« 2020-Jun-30, 09:30 PM Reply #761 »
take up offer and see who flowers, old fruit  :biggrin:

Like old fruit you were disposed of, to the trash heap, due to your rotteness :whistle:

What’s the matter Peter?
Cat got your tongue?
Actually it’s like those old Foghorn Leghorn cartooons where the wily ole dog has that idiot Foghorn by the tail and gives him a good flogging every time foggy opens his dumb gob   :lol:
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« 2020-Jun-30, 09:46 PM Reply #762 »
  :lol:   :lol:   :lol:   :lol:


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« 2020-Jun-30, 09:50 PM Reply #763 »
Plants or weeds -- it can be confusing

............. probably just a 'wily coyote' weed that grew ---- not deliberately planted but constantly licking, seeking official favour.

The fog-horn blowing daily is warning readers of your qualities.





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« 2020-Jun-30, 09:57 PM Reply #764 »
Would those qualities be the same ones that saw you having to clear your desk and get frog marched out of your old job , Foggy..... because you failed ?  :lol:

You got one thing right though, you do blow daily and we know what you blow  :crap: :crap:
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« 2020-Jul-01, 10:13 AM Reply #765 »

Kensington [NOT Randwick] tomorrow

Quaddiepending  6/10/8/3 ___   6/2,10/2,8/3  ___ 6/2,10/2,7/1,   __ 6,7,11/2,10/2,3,8/1,2,3

...............not tips ....... just a filtered rough consensus of tips published .. will not win!




Wrong thread numbat

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« 2020-Jul-01, 06:30 PM Reply #766 »


It was unbelievable --  as usual MN mid-week was 'worse'


The unbelievable looms tomorrow. In the normal course I can imagine nothing worse for most punters than a mid-week race meeting in Melbourne. These are, however, not normal times ---------- a something 'worse' could well be the racing in Sydney scheduled for the Kensington track tomorrow.

........ now making my way through a big slice of humble-pie ....... racing on the Kensington track was credible.

My quadrella non-tips came in 3 1sts and one 2nd -- but only with the substitute winning the last.

Monty's Top 5
missed the first and last winners but had 3 of the F4 in 6 races -- including 2 F4s complete, paying $300+ each.

                 .... Monty astonishes.




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« 2020-Jul-01, 08:46 PM Reply #767 »


Confidence lost ... all is lost


There will be no humble pie being served after the quadrella is done and dusted at Flemington on 4 July.

Two legs with inflated fields run over both 1400 and 1600 is a bad omen for most punters.

.... half the starters would be happy to run 10th...... but, daring-to-be great, will be impeding other runners.

............independence day should be celebrated by not betting on these races ..... take the bride out to dinner on the savings.



 

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« 2020-Jul-01, 09:06 PM Reply #768 »

It was unbelievable --  as usual MN mid-week was 'worse'


The unbelievable looms tomorrow. In the normal course I can imagine nothing worse for most punters than a mid-week race meeting in Melbourne. These are, however, not normal times ---------- a something 'worse' could well be the racing in Sydney scheduled for the Kensington track tomorrow.

........ now making my way through a big slice of humble-pie ....... racing on the Kensington track was credible.

My quadrella non-tips came in 3 1sts and one 2nd -- but only with the substitute winning the last.
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So you were wrong again   :lol:




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Offline Peter Mair

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« 2020-Jul-01, 10:08 PM Reply #769 »


I can be wrong often enough

                                                        ........... but not usually.

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« 12 hours ago Reply #770 »
IDIOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

A $300 first four is nothing to boast about - it is an embarrassment in actual fact given the strike rate of getting them and outlay required.

Fours


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