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Offline Bubbasmith

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O.P. « 2009-Jan-16, 01:32 PM »
In his after race comments on race one today at Mornington TvN presenter Jason Richardson commented that punters 'got the race right'. In a seven horse field the winner blew from 7/2 to 11/2 and the second horse was backed from 7/4 to 6/4. Does this 'fill in' on TvN have any idea ?

Only yesterday he made some prepost comments before the last race that the odds on favourite was virtually unbeatable , then after that favourite ran third he commented that first four punters would have cleaned up if they had followed the TvN selections.

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« 2009-Jan-16, 02:00 PM Reply #1 »
I cannot stand the bloke.  Lucky we have a remote control these days  :biggrin:

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« 2009-Jan-16, 02:07 PM Reply #2 »
agree

he is useless on so many levels....

but he isn't Robinson Crusoe on that station..

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« 2009-Jan-16, 02:27 PM Reply #3 »
Maybe TvN  should send Jason Richardson  to Tobago, the Caribbean island, to seek out Robinson Crusoe, where he might get a job doing cricket commentary. :)

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« 2009-Jan-16, 04:55 PM Reply #4 »
he stinks!
dr turf is even worse,
The dr turf, richardson and bailey combo has gotta be the worst entertainment of all time.
I move to get youtubes own ' punting patto ' to host tvn's friday night valley meetings.
Now that would be crackerjack.

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« 2009-Jan-16, 05:58 PM Reply #5 »
Jason Richardson's comments after the last race at Mornington today were " the last winner has put great value into the quaddie ". The Vict quaddie, to which he was referring, paid $ 492.50. The four winners started at 2/1, 5/2, 13/4 & 16/1. Allup at SP that equates to 758/1. This bloke either has no understanding of betting odds or is a complete idiot. 

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« 2009-Jan-16, 06:08 PM Reply #6 »
my guess is the latter bubba

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« 2009-Jan-20, 09:04 PM Reply #7 »
brothers you are wrong on richo he is a legend

the adding value to the quaddie is write penis breath 16/1 is better than 2/1 or whose the numbnuts who noes nothing about odds

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« 2009-Jan-23, 05:45 PM Reply #8 »
Crannypete

So all your betting is around get long shots into the slots. Since when is 'value' related to long shots ? I presume in your eyes a winner that pays $ 15 on the tote but SP's at 25/1 is better 'value' than a horse that pays $4.00 but starts at $2.00 with the bookies. If you do not understand that concept you have no idea what 'value' means.
I will never ever buy a ticket in Tattslotto Powerball for the very reason if I fluked winning I would be paid out at huge unders , although no doubt you would as the odds would be worth having a go at.
The odds of picking 5/45 in the first barrel are 1,221,759 /1 , then 1/45 the next barrel..has anyone been paid out $53 million ? To equate those odds to reality a person could go to 53 AFL Grand Finals and every person could hold their hands above their heads and at one of those GF's one pigeon could fly over and make a single dropping .If you were betting on that outcome to win the bet you would need to nominate
A. which grand final
b. which person
c. what finger and on which hand


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« 2009-Jan-23, 09:14 PM Reply #9 »
Bubba, you are forgetting that each Lotto entry from memory only costs 30c, and they do pay out down to division 286. Basically Lotto returns 55c in the dollar to punters and racing returns 84 cents.

But I agree with your point.

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« 2009-Jan-23, 10:00 PM Reply #10 »
anyone noticed how  :censored:  big his fingers are....

they are deadset the longest fingers I have EVER seen

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« 2009-Jan-24, 08:00 AM Reply #11 »
Grega, whether a lotto ticket costs 30 cents, 50 cents or $ 5 it matters not , the odds of winning are astronomical and to my mind buying a ticket is akin to voluntary taxation, albeit state taxation.

How many people invest only 30 cents in each draw ? Whenever I have been in a newsagency to buy something I have never seen a person  buy one entry in lotto....multiple entries are the norm and outlays of $20 or more are common.
Twenty dollars invested on the quaddie will offer a far better return to a punter.

The old saying "if you dangle a carrot in front of a donkey he will walk", still applies to the marketing of lotto to the masses.

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« 2009-Jan-24, 08:13 AM Reply #12 »
Don't think that I'm promoting Lotto, but the other day down Wynum way, here in Q, a single mother brought a lotto ticket that another customer didn't want and won $10million.
That's the way luck runs. If your luck is in it is in and that's the way things go.

I reckon that one day my ship will come in , but I'll be waiting at the airport.  :biggrin:

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« 2009-Jan-24, 08:15 AM Reply #13 »
anyone noticed how  :censored:  big his fingers are....

they are deadset the longest fingers I have EVER seen

only a woman would notice such things KL, i never knew you were a switch hitter

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« 2009-Jan-24, 09:51 AM Reply #14 »
Grats
Another single mother down here in Collins St Melbourne did something similar and purchased a lotto ticket that another person declined, however her's lost. :)

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« 2009-Jan-24, 10:24 AM Reply #15 »
anyone noticed how  :censored:  big his fingers are....

they are deadset the longest fingers I have EVER seen

only a woman would notice such things KL, i never knew you were a switch hitter

Talking about big fingers .... anybody see that TV AD about a car magazine or car show,  where the guy is driving a flash car and the girl does the little weaner signal with her little finger, and the guy does it back at her, but has a really huge little finger   :lol:

very clever ad  :thumbsup:

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« 2009-Jan-25, 09:59 AM Reply #16 »
Grega, whether a lotto ticket costs 30 cents, 50 cents or $ 5 it matters not

Bubba, it does matter as you asked the question given the Powerball odds of 53,000,000/1 whether anyone has ever been paid out $53M, therefore given each entry costs 30c and not a $1 your question should say $18M and then when you factor in the fact that you can collect down to division 238 it probably should say $8M.

I still agree with your sentiments though.

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« 2009-Jan-25, 12:00 PM Reply #17 »
Grega
As I have mentioned I have never bought a lotto ticket but in your posts you say

" Bubba, you are forgetting that each Lotto entry from memory only costs 30c, and they do pay out down to division 286"

then in another post you add....

"therefore given each entry costs 30c and not a $1 your question should say $18M and then when you factor in the fact that you can collect down to division 238 it probably should say $8M."

 If, as you say, it costs 30 cents I should have said how many people have been paid $ 18 million, but what is this about paying down to division 238 ( 286 ??? ) all about ? I know there are second and third division winners but what are those others about ?
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« 2009-Feb-03, 03:21 PM Reply #18 »
This bloke lives in Victoria and either came to Victoria only recently, or is a complete goose . After race race 7 at Ararat today he spoke to the winning trainer , who came from Warrnambool, and asked how far had he travelled to get to Ararat  ? The trainer replied it was not that far, Jason Richardson then added " I am tipping you have come a lot further than I have from Melbourne".
From Warrnambool to Ararat is 143 km
From Melbourne to Ararat is 261 km..only about 1.8 times further  :lol:

 
« Last Edit: 2009-Feb-03, 05:11 PM by Bubbasmith »

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« 2009-Feb-03, 03:51 PM Reply #19 »
   :lol:  yeah but he hasnt got nothing on my mate RICHIE CALL. :)
 has anyone noticed how big his cold sores are, :wub:
 must be from dribbling, big fat :censored:

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« 2009-Feb-05, 06:39 AM Reply #20 »
If, as you say, it costs 30 cents I should have said how many people have been paid $ 18 million, but what is this about paying down to division 238 ( 286 ??? ) all about ?

Bubba, apologies for the delay I missed your post. My reference to Division 238/286 was me being too lazy to research exactly how many divisions there really are for each of the Lotto types. I thought that by using a ridiculous number that people would get the gist of it and not ping me - if for example I had of said Division 8 when in fact there are only 6 divisions.

Anyway the point about the Divisions is that each 30c Lotto entry gives you a chance in each of the Divisions, and if they only allocate 50% of the pool to Division 1 then your question should have said how many people have been paid $9 million.

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« 2009-Apr-09, 10:29 PM Reply #21 »
On TvN this evening it was mentioned that Jason Richardson won the Stawell Gift in 1993. It is of interest that Ararat, the topic of his conversation with the trainer, is the last town of any size before Stawell and for JD having lived in Melbourne ( South Caulfield )  still had no idea how far Ararat and /or Stawell  is from Melbourne is unbelievable.


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