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Offline Peter Mair

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« 2018-May-27, 07:33 PM Reply #375 »

Any properly convened inquiry into the fair operation of totes would decry rebates.

The idea that rebates are 'paid' by Tabcorp shareholders is complete and utter.

The plundering of the pools by syndicates, effectively having free bets, is completely contrary to the concept of a pari-mutuel pool.

One thing that astounds me is that Tabcorp  itself does not operate a syndicate to rort the pools.

The management and conduct of the Australian racing industry is dedicated to dealing unfairly with most punters.

The only real tote customers are treated as mugs best deprived of their total betting budget as quickly as possible.

 

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« 2018-May-27, 07:50 PM Reply #376 »
https://magician.co.im//#Home

Another Zeljko company?

Online jfc

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« 2018-May-28, 08:19 AM Reply #377 »
Here is Zeljko's NYRA bid.

Talk about an ensemble cast!

O'Farrell is of course the partner that Zeljko bankrupted.

Schreck who killed off the Waterhouses, eulogised and facilitated Alan Woods in HK. And as NSW Chief Steward was supposed to be keeping Zeljko under control.

Zeljko was subjected to an integrity check. But the shamus was unable to find one syllable about the VITAB fraud!

And if too much colour is not enough-

"It may not help that the Governor of New York, Elliot Spitzer, who is initially to assess the proposals, is the same man who as state Attorney-General levelled charges against NYRA officials for allowing overweight jockeys to ride at all three tracks."

http://www.news.com.au/finance/aussie-in-new-york-racing-bid/news-story/c058f71ba4cbda104e94aab1edc6222b

https://www.theage.com.au/news/national/taking-a-whip-to-new-york/2007/08/04/1185648212987.html
« Last Edit: 2018-May-28, 08:29 AM by jfc »

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« 2018-May-28, 11:16 PM Reply #378 »
And in a move that may be viewed as the shape of things to come - OTB - (off course betting) in New York City closed down in 2010.  Still available in New York state though in other cities.

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« 2018-Jun-07, 12:42 PM Reply #379 »
Make of this what you will.


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« 2018-Jun-07, 08:38 PM Reply #380 »
I questioned the legitimacy of this Twitter account moons ago and this line of thinking was howled down by His Highness in his inimitable holier-than-thou fashion.

My thoughts were backed up by somebody who would know/has weekly contact with the bloke - as opposed to somebody who is infatuated with/stalks said individual.

Would love to be proven wrong though.

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2018-Jun-07, 08:42 PM Reply #381 »


..........just look in the racing cot and confiscate the toys he plays with

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« 2018-Jun-07, 09:41 PM Reply #382 »
Make of this what you will.

<blockquote class=\"twitter-tweet\" data-lang=\"en\"><p lang=\"en\" dir=\"ltr\">In the shadows no more.</p>— Zeljko Ranogajec (@zeljkoranogajec) <a href=\"https://twitter.com/zeljkoranogajec/status/1003822120634216448?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw\">June 5, 2018[/url]
<script async src=\"https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js\" charset=\"utf-8\"></script>

What I make from it is that is definitely not him. And it was hilarious Kate McClymont thought it was.


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« 2018-Jun-08, 07:08 AM Reply #383 »
Indubitably.

Or, in his words:


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

What part of "indubitably" eludes some of you?

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« 2018-Jun-08, 05:50 PM Reply #384 »

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« 2018-Jun-10, 09:47 AM Reply #385 »

https://www.betfair.com.au/hub/better-betting/customer-insights/the-actuary/

Zeljko's feathers appear ruffled in this intriguing exchange.

Many might consider the article in question as a ripping yarn.

If I enjoyed an edge over my opponents I'd try to keep my trap shut.

And If I was losing out to them I'd also keep quiet. And try to work out what I was doing wrong.

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« 2018-Jun-10, 07:23 PM Reply #386 »
I questioned the legitimacy of this Twitter account moons ago and this line of thinking was howled down by His Highness in his inimitable holier-than-thou fashion.

My thoughts were backed up by somebody who would know/has weekly contact with the bloke - as opposed to somebody who is infatuated with/stalks said individual.

Would love to be proven wrong though.

Surely that is not him.......

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« 2018-Jun-10, 11:03 PM Reply #387 »
Agree that was the only thing I didn't believe about that story, that the super reclusive genuis would have a Twitter account with his real name and showing an expensive car...


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