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Offline nemisis

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« 2022-Apr-24, 10:09 PM Reply #125 »
https://mobile.twitter.com/nickcat7/status/1518162997008830465/photo/4

Certainly don't need to pay Racenet low IQ for tips.
An  extraordinary result here for followers of this guy on twitter.
Absolutely life changing....well done to him.....posts his bets before the race.

Funny thing he funded these bets by backing Highland Jakk today at Ballarat.
I tried a few multis into Highland Jakk without success and decided not to back him after watching the leader bias there all day.
The punt can give you a headache alright.





Offline Peter Mair

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« 2022-Apr-25, 05:35 PM Reply #126 »


Imagine the IQ needed to understand what happened at Flemington today -- how did Gusty go? / will he say?

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« 2022-Apr-27, 10:37 PM Reply #127 »
https://mobile.twitter.com/nickcat7/status/1518162997008830465/photo/4

Certainly don't need to pay Racenet low IQ for tips.
An  extraordinary result here for followers of this guy on twitter.
Absolutely life changing....well done to him.....posts his bets before the race.

Funny thing he funded these bets by backing Highland Jakk today at Ballarat.
I tried a few multis into Highland Jakk without success and decided not to back him after watching the leader bias there all day.
The punt can give you a headache alright.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/horseracing/18379300/i-won-nearly-400000-racing-bet-when-bored/

Who chooses their career as a cobbler!


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« 2022-Apr-28, 04:21 PM Reply #128 »

Today's reminder to go get 'em


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... then wait for Sunday when they say how they went.

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« 2022-Apr-29, 03:49 PM Reply #129 »


......... how can one resist an inside run with PDC revealing jockey's insights


Key jockey insights into Saturday‘s horse racing in Australia

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I am fearful thinkng about another massive Saturday of racing around the country

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2022-Apr-29, 06:54 PM Reply #130 »


Who would use shameless click-bait -- and not account for it? -- and why?

The best five double-figure chances on Saturday

We have come up with the best five double-figure chances for Saturday’s racing across Australia.


As for the 'why' -- maybe desperate for dumb customers!

Racing Australia, while allowing click-bait promises, should require that the outcomes are openly accounted for.

 

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« 2022-Apr-29, 09:16 PM Reply #131 »

Who would use shameless click-bait -- and not account for it? -- and why?

The best five double-figure chances on Saturday

We have come up with the best five double-figure chances for Saturday’s racing across Australia.


As for the 'why' -- maybe desperate for dumb customers!

Racing Australia, while allowing click-bait promises, should require that the outcomes are openly accounted for.

The only one desperate is you Pete, desperate to know.

Just for you I've cut and pasted the article. I'll post it for you after the races tomorrow.  ;)

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« 2022-May-02, 08:28 PM Reply #132 »


Why is QANTAS using a murdoch-media agency?

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« 2022-May-02, 10:32 PM Reply #133 »
The only one desperate is you Pete, desperate to know.

Just for you I've cut and pasted the article. I'll post it for you after the races tomorrow.  ;)

Here you go Pete, 5 tips, 1 scr and no placings.


The Racenet iQ team has studied the form and come up with the five best double-figure chances for Saturday’s racing across Australia.

HAWKESBURY Race 9 No. 13 THE FRONTMAN

13. The Frontman (2)
C: 13:3-1-2
L10: 7s18316s40
T: Chris Waller
J: Brenton Avdulla (54kg)
Flucs: $15, $15.21, $9.51
 
$9.5

Only had the two runs for the Chris Waller stable. Forget last start when he took off early three wide and wilted in the last 200m. He has travelled well into the corner in both runs but not finished off as expected, indicating he has needed the runs. Gets a low draw, minimum weight and the services of Brenton Avdulla in what is not an overly strong Group 3. Looks a great each-way play around $11.

EAGLE FARM Race 7 No. 5 CAPE BRETON

Cape Breton(7)
C: 8:3-0-0
L10: 110s07s154
T: Chris Waller
J: Luke Dittman (57kg)
Flucs: $26.71, $26.71, $17.65
 
$18

Another from the Chris Waller yard who ran on strongly for fourth in the Daybreak Lover last time out. He's always been a promising horse and looks way over the odds around $18. The step out to the mile will be right up his alley and drawn a gate which should see him get a decent run in transit. Those at the top of the market look short enough. It’s a much more even contest than the market suggests.

MORPHETTVILLE Race 4 No. 7 LIBIAMO

 
 Libiamo (10)
C: 5:1-0-1
L10: 150s36
T: Will Clarken
J: Kayla Crowther (54kg)
Flucs: $14.5, $14.5, $10.38
 
$11

Backing up after last week when she finished very strongly over 1100m in a strong Redelva Stakes behind Champagne Dreams, Manhatten Times and Seradess. Crying out for 1400m. She will get back but should get a strong enough tempo to work into the race rounding the home turn. The favourite Illation looks short enough and barrier one around the Parks circuit could be tricky if others get momentum as they hit the home straight. Libiamo, around $11, looks a great each-way play.

MORPHETTVILLE Race 7 No. 14 SO YOU SEE
 
14. So You See (10)
C: 4:1-1-0
L10: 1462
T: Michael Moroney
J: Jamie Mott (56kg)
Flucs: $14.5, $14.98, $11.93
 
$13

This filly oozes Group 1 potential and is a massive chance around $13. Forget she went around two starts ago at Moonee Valley. Her run before that in The Vanity at Flemington was outstanding and last start she was just pipped against the older horses. Was a big gap to third. Blinkers go on. 2000m perfect. Her trainer Mike Moroney is flying. If she gets a good run in transit she will be in the finish. She will be better next prep but she’s the most promising horse in the race and have to take the odds on offer.

SANDOWN HILLSIDE Race 3 No. 7 GOVERNOR LANDY

 
7. Governor Landy (10)
C: 45:5-12-11
L10: 4s33752116
T: Tony Noonan
J: Logan McNeil (59.5kg)
Flucs: $17.5, $17.5, $10.86
 
$11

Battled on really well last time in a much stronger race without the best of luck and drops in grade here to a Benchmark 70. Gets a 3kg claim from Logan McNeil to carry 56.5kg, which is 1kg below the minimum. Prior to last start he had two strong wins at Bendigo and Sandown Hillside and he’s racing in great form. This is not a strong race and with average luck in running he will be right in the finish. $11 looks a luxurious price against this lot.

*Odds correct as at 3.15pm AEDT Friday


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« 2022-May-03, 08:14 AM Reply #134 »


................. desperate to know.

Pleased to have my expectations confirmed.

Thanks for not posting the tips before the races were run -- never do that.

i.e. 'Dont'.

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I would like the tipsters to openly account for their performance after the events.

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« 2022-May-05, 10:54 PM Reply #135 »




CLICK GO THE SHEARS BOYS -- CLICKBAIT, CLICKBAIT,CLICKBAIT



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                                                               There is more to this story


[......we will bait the hook but not tell you what you might have caught (or not) .............. because you were what we wanted to catch]



What is clickbait? It's a marketing tactic intended to draw attention and entice users to click through. But clickbait is by and large................ intended to mislead and dupe users into clicking spammy content.

Clickbait .................is designed to attract attention and to entice users to follow that link ........... to online content, being typically deceptive, sensationalized, or otherwise misleading. A "teaser" aims to exploit the "curiosity gap"............ make readers curious,................. clicking through to the linked content. Click-bait headlines add an element of dishonesty, using enticements that do not accurately reflect the content being delivered.











Offline Peter Mair

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« 2022-May-07, 07:07 PM Reply #136 »




How did it go today boys?

                                           ...... there is more to this story -- it just won't be told openly

[ .... inferences can be drawn ... the Caulfield quadrellas paid some $3k and $90k ...the Gosford quadrella, $2k]

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2022-May-10, 07:17 PM Reply #137 »



IQ-tips: given with humility? -- not likely: taken with a grain of salt? -- very sensibly

The 'boys' are at it again.

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Even with a hotline to heaven, no one could expect to win betting on the quadrella in Melbourne tomorrow.

One might fairly say these inflated-field races, not meeting a reasonable standard of product quality, should not be run.

https://racingaustralia.horse/FreeFields/Acceptances.aspx?Key=2022May11%2CVIC%2CLadbrokes%20Park%20Hillside

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2022-May-11, 05:55 PM Reply #138 »

Just call in sick

.................... a glance at the 'acceptances' for Saturday would make anyone sick

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« 2022-May-12, 08:28 PM Reply #139 »




Baiting the 'no IQ' hook is set for new depths

......... it started last week .... 'knowing' a long-priced winner spiced the 'promise' of a betting-edge.

The bait for taking a subscritption today includes the 'promise' of a push for a 50/1 winner at Scone on Saturday.

This tactic may not be legally wrong but it has hallmarks of being morally wrong.

.............. such desperation-marketing suggests 'mug punters' are not as silly as many like to take advanage of.


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« 2022-May-13, 09:52 PM Reply #140 »


.................... has no one called in sick?

Tipsters giving tips for tomorrow should at least agree to let us know how they fared

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« 2022-May-14, 06:35 PM Reply #141 »


.................. the most-punter set is surely sick ............. of the hype


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« 2022-May-15, 10:07 AM Reply #142 »


Was this the one at 50/1?

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Offline fours

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« 2022-May-15, 10:18 AM Reply #143 »
Peter,

Was in R&S top 5 picks if you bothered to look - properly.

Fours

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« 2022-May-15, 10:51 AM Reply #144 »
Pete - if you are really that interested - pay the money  :bulb:

You don't have to lock in long term, otherwise - piss off, the constant harping over a commercial decision is tiresome.

Pay the money or don't, it's your choice  :dry:

Offline wily ole dog

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« 2022-May-15, 03:03 PM Reply #145 »
It’s not about the money. Mairs simply trying to make himself relevant.
What he’s actually doing is making himself unemployable as everyone laughs at his brain farts  :lol:

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« 2022-May-15, 07:24 PM Reply #146 »



What do sucked in suckers say?


.............. probably not 'thanks' for baiting the hook ........ with no accountability.

Let's us have more trustworthy volunteers ............... like G ............... knows his stuff about HK ,often a reliable match for inflated field administrators.

Do not pay the money ......... ask for accountability to match the hyped promises.


Offline fours

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« 2022-May-15, 07:33 PM Reply #147 »
IDIOT,

You were told in advance it was a waste of money.

Fours

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2022-May-15, 07:43 PM Reply #148 »


........................ 'not guilty'


I am not a paying subscriber to this over-hyped nonense.

More importantly, the IQ resort to 'marketing tricks' suggests others who tried the trick have opted out.

I discourage any one from paying for 'no IQ"

Offline Gintara

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« 2022-May-15, 08:04 PM Reply #149 »
Pete - I only pay for the form. I have no interest in the tips, personally I'd be happy if they were split off but they aren't at the moment.

Would I prefer it free? Of course but the amount of $$ is bugger all in the scheme if you are doing the form regularly.


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