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Online 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:

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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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« 2020-Jul-01, 10:08 PM Reply #769 »


I can be wrong often enough

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

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« 2020-Jul-02, 08:20 AM 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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« 2020-Jul-03, 01:17 PM Reply #771 »

I can be wrong often enough

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


You are mostly wrong, the giveaway is your refusal to answer questions put to you

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« 2020-Jul-04, 07:48 PM Reply #772 »

............now 7.30pm, the bride should be tucking in to decent feed

Alas I fear not ........... the  usual nonsense unfolded predictably in the MN quadrella ......... inflated fields over 1400&1600 at Flemingtion are always a bad omen ......but, as addicts, we bet as if the races will be run fairly.... they were not............and, worse, we knew they would not be.

In the event the Q paid $4,000 and the component F4s paid $5k, 9k, 30k and 6k ....the bride is at home making the best of leftovers.

.......... when will RVL, the connections, and the punters look and see that the current plan putting greed over integrity is fatally flawed?

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...................as posted on Wednesday:

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-04, 08:37 PM Reply #773 »

In the event the Q paid $4,000 and the component F4s paid $5k, 9k, 30k and 6k ....the bride is at home making the best of leftovers.
n Wednesday:


Stop  :censored: lying.

The "components" did not pay $5k, $9k, $30k and $6k - the "components" paid 9.70, 7.60, 9.70, 3.80.

The nag that run second in the third leg has ZERO IMPACT on the Quaddie payout.

Legs were won by 5th fav, 4th fav, 3rd fav and favorite in the last.

You could've closed your eyes and taken the first five favorites in every leg and made a handsome profit. Not worried about the 9th, 10th, 11th horse in the first leg, 13th, 14th, 15th horse in the second leg, 12th, 13th, 14th in the third leg or the 12th, 13th, 14th in the last.

The pointy end of the market won all legs, that is, the market was on the money yet you still whine like a little  :censored:


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« 2020-Jul-04, 09:10 PM Reply #774 »



.............get your hand off it ..... those components fairly paid some $4k........ most punters had no hope ..........


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