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Offline Peter Mair

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O.P. « 2019-Feb-20, 08:03 PM »

Mid-week metropolitan racing is a no-go area for most punters



.........today was just one routine illustration  ............  rough results are the order of the day ... the only beneficiaries are fixed-odds bookmakers and related hangers on including state racing administrators and state treasuries beyond the reach of fair-trading authorities across the states.

Unless there is a clear commitment to promoting fair racing, TAB punters should boycott these mid-week meetings.


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« 2019-Feb-22, 09:30 PM Reply #1 »


Please add 'Friday night racing' to the list of 'no-go' areas for punters

.......at the Vale of Tears tonight both quadrellas 'paid' some $5,000 ............... and one would be hard pressed to find ordinary on-course and off course punters who finished the night feeling it was time and money well spent.

When the main beneficiaries of current racing admin are corporates and syndicates, it is time to call out RVL.


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« 2019-Feb-28, 07:43 AM Reply #2 »

Another Wednesday another rort of most punters


The two quadrellas in Sydney yesterday each paid some $8,000 and the main quadrella in Melbourne paid $10,000.

..........along the way some First 4 dividends declared were indicative of racing that should not have been run.

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« 2019-Feb-28, 02:42 PM Reply #3 »


..........along the way some First 4 dividends declared were indicative of racing that should not have been run.

Come on Peter, surely you don't believe that? There is no correlation between dividend & quality.

Can you explain how the dividend can relate to the well backed favourite in the last at Melb pulling up lame? Market said it was expected to win

"Mount Kilcoy Rider Billy Egan dropped his right rein near the 150m. Performed below market expectations. A post-race veterinary examination revealed the horse to be lame in the right foreleg."

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« 2019-Feb-28, 07:01 PM Reply #4 »


There is a difference between 'glorious uncertainty' and 'routine rorting'

There is, occasionally,  the glorious uncertainty of racing -- and then there is, routinely,  the un-glorious dedication of racing administrators to chasing the buck with inflated fields delivering rough results that benefit the fixed-odds corporates and syndicates.

........Winx could get beaten, as Ajax did -------- but overcrowded fields in Sydney and Melbourne on Saturday will ensure that most punters get robbed.

.... slow learners perhaps but 'never forgetters' once the penny no longer drops.

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« 2019-Feb-28, 08:43 PM Reply #5 »
 :sleep: :sleep: :sleep: :sleep: :sleep:

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2019-Mar-01, 09:19 PM Reply #6 »

There is nothing even bordering on glorious about Melbourne racing

.. ....................as there once was!

I will take the Z Z Z Zs as a 'win' against a snoozing Gintara -- unable to respond  sensibly.

Tonight at the Vale of Tears it was  a familiar story -- most punters would not have had a happy experience.

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« 2019-Mar-02, 06:16 AM Reply #7 »
Pete not to let the facts get in the way of a good story.

At the Valley last night, in eight races there was one $13 winner, the next “roughest” winner was $8.

The punters easily had the best of the bookies.

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« 2019-Mar-02, 06:26 AM Reply #8 »
I got the tri  in the last so who gives a stuff about Mairs brain farts :bop:

Actually had the first 4 over the line but didnít take the F4. A wonderful first up run from Pop Queen at big odds put the value in :thumbsup:

It was a very easy night really and only my greed stopped me getting both quaddies :sad:

Maybe Peter could explain what was so tough about finding the results
« Last Edit: 2019-Mar-02, 06:36 AM by wily ole dog »

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« 2019-Mar-02, 03:41 PM Reply #9 »


I will take the Z Z Z Zs as a 'win' against a snoozing Gintara -- unable to respond  sensibly.



You are surely kidding aren't you?

I gave you facts, cold hard facts to dispute your continual ludicrous claims yet you ignore it.

I'm not the one who can't answer sensibly nor truthfully  emthdown

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« 2019-Mar-02, 06:27 PM Reply #10 »


........add today at Flemington to the list of tripe that is passed off as metropolitan racing in Melbourne


A real BUMper day at Flemington today

The portents could hardy have been worse -- a program with 3 races over the notorious 1400m, three 'up the crooked strait' and two over 1600.

......and the travesty was duly delivered........... quadrellas paying $2k and $3k along with F4 'dividends' of 28k, 14k, 10k, 3k and 2k.

This debacle at the peak of the Melbourne autumn carnival.

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« 2019-Mar-02, 07:17 PM Reply #11 »
Well Pete it was all there for those who do the form, I didn't see too many hard luck stories  :chin:

I managed to find Mr Quickie, Fifty Stars & got a little out of Mystic Journey.

Throw in Microphone, Chevaux, Mishani Hussler, Nakeeta Jane, Adornment, Regal Power & Forceful (#backpike) it's been a good day  :no1:




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« 2019-Mar-02, 08:45 PM Reply #12 »

.....we all found some....... even Monty found

                                                  Mr Quickie, Fifty Stars, Mystic Journey, Microphone, Nakeeta Jane 

It is not that some expected to do well actually do..............it is rather the incidence of rough results reflecting overcrowding.


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« 2019-Mar-02, 08:49 PM Reply #13 »
Care to point out which one of those was lucky to win  :what:

You know to reflect the overcrowding  :shrug: Surely you have some evidence :whistle:

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« 2019-Mar-03, 07:12 AM Reply #14 »
Mair seems to think the racing  world Is governed  by F4 & quaddy divvies  :lol:
Heís a fool like the punters who contribute to the larger divvies via their ignorance.

There  is no correlation between between large dividends and interference in races as Mair claims

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« 2019-Mar-05, 11:59 AM Reply #15 »
I haven't been here (to the forum)for quite a while cos like now I keep getting sucked into the Pete Mair vortex of stupidity

My question to Pete would be.....where do you punt to win all the time?? I know you are really smart and have discovered where not to bet...........I have discovered where not to dig for gold(my back yard) unfortunately that hasn't helped me find Gold.......where should we be betting Pete? Where do you find the easiest place to win at?? Being an expert on all things Punting this should be a relatively easy question to answer. shouldn't it?? I am not asking you to divulge your secret strategies for Form Study.....just where is it "easy" to win??

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2019-Mar-05, 05:16 PM Reply #16 »

My advice would suggest races run at Shatin on Sundays.

Both Racenet and Punters.com provide 'tips'  from some local analysts -- and Racenet provides a summary comment about each of the runners.

The fields are 'inflated' but the incidence of rough results islessthan in Melbourne and now Sydney.

Hong Kong seems to be intelligent in its approach to integrity -- and that's important.

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« 2019-Mar-05, 05:32 PM Reply #17 »

The fields are 'inflated' but the incidence of rough results islessthan in Melbourne and now Sydney.


Thereís zero evidence of this latest brain fart of yours.
I do all the videos of the HK races and frankly, you just made that up

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2019-Mar-05, 07:59 PM Reply #18 »


 NONE OF MY MISTAKES SURPRISES ME -- but check out Shatin.

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« 2019-Mar-07, 10:17 AM Reply #19 »
-- and Racenet provides a summary comment about each of the runners.

RN's summary comments are a bit like the cut-and-paste comments that my grandkids get on their school report cards . . too generic to be of much value
 
Video comments are OK and the videos can be viewed on R&S if prompted by the comments

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« 2019-Mar-07, 11:25 AM Reply #20 »
Too hard for Mair. Needs to be spoon fed

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« 2019-Mar-07, 02:51 PM Reply #21 »
RN's summary comments are a bit like the cut-and-paste comments that my grandkids get on their school report cards . . too generic to be of much value
 


They are automated.


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