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Betting, Tips & Ratings / Sportsbet Punting Clubs
« Last post by Devil on 8 minutes ago »
Understand mate.
I’m only a small punter and only keep minimum amount in my accounts.
Apart from this bit of fun all my bets are with UBET.
They’ve been good to me over the years and I’ve never had any complaints there
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N.S.W Gallops / Racing NSW News
« Last post by Peter Mair on 11 minutes ago »

Complete and utter nonsense

The jury has spoken.
1. A great result For owners
2. A great result For country racing
3. A great result For trainers
4. A great result for punters
5. A great result For breeders


The inflation of field sizes with horses not there to win, and hoping to run 10th, will be destructive of the credibility of racing in NSW as it has ben in Victoria.

Corrupting the conduct of racing in this way is not good for anyone:  the inevitably rough results with inflated fields make good horses look bad and bad horses look good -- and this confuses the owners, the trainers and the breeders. 

Unfortunately -- by numbers -- there are more underperforming owners, trainers and breeders and they may benefit from rough results from lottery-racing.

Corrupted races make a mockery of the form guide in a business -- racing gambling -- where punters form their different opinions based on the disclosed form and races being run fairly.

It is entirely disappointing that the captive racing media has again simply toed the industry party line.

........... the claim that punters want inflated fields simply cannot be true.......... their losses will be only more certain and the 'winners taking all' will be the corporate bookmakers taking fixed-odds bets... they love rough results in a game of cop-the-lot.

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Comps & Clubs / THE WEEKDAY TIPPING COMP
« Last post by PoisonPen7 on 30 minutes ago »
Numbers 3 and 4 seem pretty popular today.
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Comps & Clubs / THE WEEKDAY TIPPING COMP
« Last post by JWesleyHarding on 45 minutes ago »






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Comps & Clubs / SHARED WINNING BETS FROM COMPS
« Last post by PoisonPen7 on 59 minutes ago »
PP and Wily.  Are you still cycling this money?

No we ran out last Sunday mate.

It was a pretty good run - over 2.5 months on an original $30.

And there were two results where if the 2nd horse would have won we would have received over $1k.

Just need those 50-50s to go your way sometimes and we were unlucky in that respect.

Great fun but.
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Comps & Clubs / SHARED WINNING BETS FROM COMPS
« Last post by Brian Mc on 1 hour ago »
PP and Wily.  Are you still cycling this money?
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Comps & Clubs / THE WEEKDAY TIPPING COMP
« Last post by Brian Mc on 1 hour ago »
R1   #1
R2   #3
R3   #5
R4   #3
R5   #5
R6   #2
R7   #3
R8   #7
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Betting, Tips & Ratings / Sportsbet Punting Clubs
« Last post by PoisonPen7 on 1 hour ago »
Remembering old Larsy these PCs are safe. :beer:

I would go in Greg but my association with Sportsbet ended when they welched on $420 they paid into my account and then took it back out before I was able to withdraw.

Don't believe their claims that they payout regardless of protest outcomes. It is false advertising.

If I could bother I'd raise a complaint with the ACCC and give them the evidence to prove that they are just another parasite leaching corporate bookmaker who engage in business tactics unacceptable to most Australians.

The only corporate operating in Australia I have any time for is Ladbrokes. Apart from an ethical operation (going on my experience) they put a bit back into racing via race sponsorship. Unlike Sportsbet who seem to love spending their marketing dollar on unfunny TV Ads.
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Yes, pp, in the old days hardened punters would have called the author of that article a “cat” or a “bitch”

And further down he is having another go at Waller about form reversals.

I have made a lot of money following the fitness of Waller's horses.

Most of his horses (not 100%) are gotten fit by racing. At about third or fourth up from a spell they will often improve something up to 5 lengths on their previous run as the distances get longer and they gain fitness.

It is his style - not unlike Bart.

Cannot recall people whinging about Bart's horses improving as they approach peak fitness closer to their target races.

But for some reason he (or one of his correspondents) don't see this. We live in the Age Of Big Easy Targets by social media.  Very easy to type a few words slagging off at a successful horse trainer implying he is using drugs without one skerrick of evidence.
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Yes, pp, in the old days hardened punters would have called the author of that article a “cat” or a “bitch”
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