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Offline Tracksuitdave

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« 2017-Jan-15, 11:36 AM Reply #325 »
So if you ran your own betting pool and could purchase potentially winning tickets you would obviously go out of your way to give details of the original bettors in all publicity material. After all the fact that this ticket has enabled you to win all that rollover cash is something that requires everything to be above board. So despite many, many requests Colossusbets are no nearer to giving any clues at how the unlucky punter placed his bet. Usually third party agents of Colossusbets would be entitled to a share of the winning ticket, so in this case what price it's origin is close to home  :p :p :p

By an amazing coincidence this all happened around the time that Colossusbet's annual account filings showed that 10m of shareholders cash is long gone and they are now solely reliant on a 12m loan from the Royal Bank of Zeljko :clap2:

The thing about all this is if there was one person in the world you would want to ultimately control a betting pool in order to ensure that punters get what they richly deserve it's surely the conqueror of the Tassy Tote :stop:

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« 2017-Mar-10, 01:40 PM Reply #326 »
Update on the Zeljko enterprise Colossusbets has appeared on @denis_mikan twitter handle. A link has been published which seems to link Zeljko to the tenniis courtsiding syndicate boss Steve High. Documents have appeared which show that Ragonajec's firm was doing a deal with a whistleblower who Betfair were threatening to sue :sad: Why would our hero want to silence the whistleblower and protect Betfair? :bulb:

Have a look for yourselves anyway https://justpaste.it/141t1

Colossusbets has a 10M shareholder deficit and is completely reliant on a 14M loan from it's major Tasmanian shareholder to be able to continue trading. :clap2:


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« 2017-Mar-22, 04:31 PM Reply #328 »
This cause is right up Xenophon's alley.

Is this the time to impose a point of litigation levy?

http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/law-order/elisabeth-steicke-branded-serial-litigant-by-judge-over-dispute-with-lawyers-connelly-and-co/news-story/7102d411ccf419af759a8f767121d286

http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/law-order/adelaide-woman-involved-in-40-million-dispute-with-her-exhusband-one-worlds-biggest-gamblers-has-fired-her-law-firm/news-story/15fbec6c9b846b5918a19b6a8fc24ae2

After my punting efforts on today's Sandown meeting, I will never again be able to afford the digital subscription that those two links demand of me before I can view any Advertiser articles. This is a luxury for the rich  :sad:

But I gather this is one of those once in a blue moon occurrence where someone is very zealous in their legal pursuit of another - usually an ex-partner/spouse who has been an infidel - in the true sense of the word?

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« 2017-Mar-22, 05:02 PM Reply #329 »
PP7

Don't click the link - simply google - adelaide now steicke - and you will see the articles without any problems.

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« 2017-Apr-05, 09:13 AM Reply #330 »
Some charming proclamations from our philanthropist.

Nice to see that his recent knighthood hasn't affected him.

Everyone is happy.


https://twitter.com/zeljkoranogajec/status/848248090259804165

https://twitter.com/zeljkoranogajec/status/848638037450006529


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« 2017-Apr-05, 11:12 AM Reply #331 »
Do you really think it's actually ZR ???

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« 2017-Apr-05, 11:26 AM Reply #332 »
Do you really think it's actually ZR ???
Indubitably.

Or, in his words:


Once more you clearly demonstrate your inability to gauge your opponents.

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« 2017-Apr-05, 12:22 PM Reply #333 »
Well, that settles that then - thank you linesmen, thank you ball-boys.

Your eleven-word closing line has so many inaccuracies, it's Mair-like.

"Once more" suggests a pattern of behaviour/multiple occurrences, "you clearly demonstrate your inability" suggests that you actually think your screen-shot disproves anything and "your opponents" suggests that he is indeed that - he may be yours but that does not make him mine.

I asked a simple question which, given the online environment whereby trolls/aliases/fakes/pseudo-entities are more and more the norm than the outlier, came from a genuine place and indeed was a valid line of thought.

You just couldn't help yourself, you sad old man. 

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« 2017-Apr-08, 12:08 AM Reply #334 »
Was thinking of him this week.

Been working nights out at North Ryde as I often do this week - big network changes on after hours - even slept in the car one night  :shy:

Duck over to North Ryde RSL to have a break sometimes. Sit down with a coffee, watch some races and have a Keno ticket.

The 9 spot jackpot hadn't been won for a while and early in the week it was at $390k which is very high. So naturally I was taking 9 spot tickets.

Went to check my previous day's ticket on Wednesday night (I think) and noticed it had been won, and it had been won at North Ryde RSL!!!!

I think my hands were shaking a little as I checked my ticket.

Alas, God did not take up my offer to be a missionary if He could deliver on His part of the deal   :lol:

But what surprised me was that the jackpot went from high $300k's up to the winning jackpot of $606k very quickly.

I remember the syndicate having a crack at a big 10 spot jackpot in the past pushing it up rapidly and eventually winning some absurd amount, and from my recall they were operating out of North Ryde RSL.

Was wondering given the similarities in the modus operandi if it was them. Might have been sitting right next to the great man and didn't even know it  :what:

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« 2017-Apr-10, 07:58 AM Reply #335 »
While it's hard to imagine any superior knee slapping hilarity than the last pair of posts, Zeljko is not known as someone prepared to be bested.

And inside protracted revelations yesterday, he's produced this gem of hilarity and mirth, to top the lot:


And I'm amazed that this has not been demolished.

Firstly Zeljko is on record as turning publicity on and off whenever it suits his aims.

He's chosen to make himself a public figure and has no right to object to truer accounts of his manicured image.

Then, it's amazing that the elected morons controlling this caper still haven't realised that there are two distinct predominant forms of legal gambling.

Player versus Bank

Player versus Player

When Zeljko finds a Casino stupid enough to offer him special deals on Blackjack, or whatever, then no other Players have any right to object, because it doesn't affect them. So Player versus Bank is fine.

But in Player versus Player scenarios anyone getting Kickbacks or other special treatment can exterminate even more skillful Players.

And not only are Players exterminated but so are the Totes and other outfits stupid enough to offer Kickbacks.

We've seen this with Tote Tasmania and others.

And we've seen this with Betfair where casualties such Rodent and Harmers Haven now look to lash out at others who have not (yet) met the same fate.






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« 2017-Apr-10, 10:08 AM Reply #336 »
Stick to the facts you sad, old man.

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« 2017-Apr-10, 10:47 AM Reply #337 »
If you want to read what a court case back in 2012 heard, then click on the link below.

The content is far too long to submit on the forum.

It makes for interesting reading.

https://aussiecriminals.com.au/tag/zeljko-ranogajec/


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« 2017-May-10, 05:52 PM Reply #338 »
Jfc, if this book is not snapped by yourself I will be disappointed

Losing Streak, by James Boyce..How Tasmania was gamed by the gambling industry.

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« 2017-May-11, 05:38 AM Reply #339 »
Looks like Boyce is merely one more hand puppet in Walsh's bizarre crusade to wreck pokies and thus force all the mugs into Keno where Zeljko can clean them all out.



http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-05-08/james-boyce-losing-streak-leads-to-bribery-allegations-review/8505818

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« 2017-Sep-09, 11:29 AM Reply #340 »
Evidently the Steicke vs Steicke saga is exceeding biblical proportions.

Surely David isn't competing in the Vatican Millions!

The massive legal expenses for this apparent exercise in futility, are reminscent of what we taxpayers paid racecourse identity and liquidator Max Donelly to chase Skase.



http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/law-order/lawyer-owed-money-by-millionaire-gamblers-exwife-elisabeth-steicke-wants-her-stake-in-16-million-north-adelaide-villa/news-story/22c21701903f6142ea3a9284b62b2a93

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« 2017-Sep-13, 10:59 PM Reply #341 »
Alas poor David!  he's actually not a bad bloke though I can see her viewpoint.

As for his Tasmanian name sake, his new found altruism makes more sense when correlated with Federals monopoly and the related desires of a gaming license and who knows perhaps one day Z will have his return on investment.
 

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