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Offline Peter Mair

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« 2017-Jul-09, 09:18 AM Reply #150 »

.............on reflection ................ Flemington apparently offers the best chance of sensible betting tomorrow

Monty does the mansplaining that I like

....... he included every winner at Flemington ..... 3 on top, 2 2nd, 3 3rd and 1 4th.........that included both quadrellas obviously...........early for 150 and main for 3000.

The outcomes at Flemington -- in series finals -- were consistent with the importance of recent form and 'black type' races: even so Monty did much better than others -- it would be silly to ignore what he says (as I manage to do every week).

As for racing in Sydney at the Funny Farm ----- Monty's failure to read the form was just  another illustration of why the track should be closed to racing: you were warned.

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« 2017-Jul-09, 10:17 AM Reply #151 »
Well done monty. Amazing what a fist full of darts will do


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« 2017-Jul-13, 12:10 AM Reply #152 »


......... while the wily one is back in obedience training 101, others can again rejoice that the thrower had another good day with the darts.

Inclement weather apart, he nominated seven of seven: 2 on top, 1 2nd, 2 3rds, 2 4ths -- for a total quadrella pay of 650.

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« 2017-Jul-13, 12:36 AM Reply #153 »
Fantastic effort Peter.

5x5x5x5= $625 outlay for a return of $650.

A profit of $25 for an outlay of $625.

Great percentages...................I think not.

I guarantee the Soup Kitchen will await if you keep pushing Monty's 5 selections per race.

Peter, the facts will prove over a 12 months period anyone spending $625 on both of Monty's Quaddies on a Saturday will be so far behind their Bank Manager will have a search party after them.

That's $1250 every Saturday x 52 weeks = $65,000.

So for a little exercise why don't you supply Monty's Quaddie results over the last 12 months for both Sydney and Melbourne on a Saturday for the last 12 months.

Anything over $65,000 will show a profit.

You now the old saying, "Put Up Or Shut Up".

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« 2017-Jul-13, 07:52 PM Reply #154 »

It is unusual to see someone giving themselves the clap .......... but it is your choice.

I have not previously responded to any idea that it would be sensible to include all 5 selections in all the races -- this, because it would be stupid to do so -- but I have remarked in my own uncanny ability to choose the wrong ones to include.

Earlier today, under a different header, Pegasyber outlined a simple plan for identifying the better contenders in a race -- today's Grafton Cup:  his top-7 'selections' included the trifecta and the horses that ran 6,8,9 & 10th, in a field of some 15.

The magic that Monty often brings reflects in correctly ranking a longer priced horse ahead of others more favoured.

Of course Monty is usually only a near to last word -- one's personal mistakes are made reading the form on Friday and compounded by listening to competing 'noise' on Saturday morning, before being 'finalized' as bets placed.

The bottom line here is about enjoying a stacked game and not betting much, ever.

No one taking 5 tips in all races wins backing all five -- just be careful which of Monty's 5 you leave out because he is proven to be better than most.

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« 2017-Jul-14, 06:35 PM Reply #155 »
Peter, you get more confusing everyday.

"No one taking 5 tips in all races wins backing all five -- just be careful which of Monty's 5 you leave out because he is proven to be better than most".

"No one taking 5 tips in all races wins backing all five". So you agree that you can't win backing all of Monty's 5 tips in each race or taking them in a Quaddie.

But then you state, "just be careful which of Monty's 5 you leave out because he is proven to be better than most".

So you say in one statement that you can't win backing all 5 tips per race but then you state be careful which one of Monty's 5 tips you leave out.

Then when Monty gets a Quaddie by locking in all 5 tips in each leg you brag about the result.

Peter, you can't have it all ways.

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« 2017-Jul-15, 09:17 AM Reply #156 »
In peters world he can have it both ways. That's what he specialises in  :lol:


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« 2017-Jul-15, 09:35 AM Reply #157 »


........hopes dashed....... saw the moniker and clicked to see the wily one's tips for today.....but....



[Melbourne looks best again today -- RNSW buying big fields of no-hopers means Sydney will be a wipe-out.]

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« 2017-Jul-15, 11:08 AM Reply #158 »
Penny hasn't dropped with you Peter, has it.

If you seriously think anyone sitting here and throwing 90 darts at Syd and Melb meetings is of interest or value, then you are a nut job.

Even worse, claims of any success by doing so is stupidity personified :tin:

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« 2017-Jul-15, 05:36 PM Reply #159 »
It is unusual to see someone giving themselves the clap .......... but it is your choice.



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« 2017-Jul-15, 05:38 PM Reply #160 »
Peter, you get more confusing everyday.

"No one taking 5 tips in all races wins backing all five -- just be careful which of Monty's 5 you leave out because he is proven to be better than most".

"No one taking 5 tips in all races wins backing all five". So you agree that you can't win backing all of Monty's 5 tips in each race or taking them in a Quaddie.

But then you state, "just be careful which of Monty's 5 you leave out because he is proven to be better than most".

So you say in one statement that you can't win backing all 5 tips per race but then you state be careful which one of Monty's 5 tips you leave out.

Then when Monty gets a Quaddie by locking in all 5 tips in each leg you brag about the result.

Peter, you can't have it all ways.

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You beat me to it Morts   emthup

The left hand say 'Don't include all 5 selections' while the right is claiming a result using all 5 selections  :shutup:

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« 2017-Jul-15, 06:49 PM Reply #161 »
Dear Peter Mair,

"It is unusual to see someone giving themselves the clap .......... but it is your choice".

I thought you were above insinuating the above comment.

The reason for the clap emoji was to show you that I enjoy your form of comedy.

Then I realised you were serious.

They haven't invented an emoji that shows one being total crackers as yet but they are working on it and guess what?

It's going to be called the "Peter Mair Emoji".

 :bop: :bye: :yes:  :lol:

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« 2021-May-02, 02:40 PM Reply #162 »

Monty to the rescue on May-Day


Monty's selections yesterday were for Sydney and Brisbane (with rain coming on the day).

Monty had one 'rough duck' in both states but all other winners were in his top four.

In Brisbane .........5 on top, one 2nd and two 3rd.

In Sydney (at a standalone) ...........two 2nd, four 3rd and two 4th.

...... as Chet Atkins might say 'that's good pickin'


Offline wily ole dog

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« 2021-May-02, 02:45 PM Reply #163 »
So 5 picks in each race and he couldn’t find a winner in Sydney

Yep, good pickin  :lol:   :lol:
« Last Edit: 2021-May-02, 05:18 PM by wily ole dog »

Offline fours

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« 2021-May-02, 02:54 PM Reply #164 »
Peter,

Your standards for acceptable tipping are way way way too low - unless you like losing big money.  Sydney shows a 45 units loss on win bets and yet you say thats great tipping

You have already been told this site provides areas where 1 tip per race shows great profits....

An inability to learn can be a very expensive thing.

Nemisis provided you with a tip that won at 80/1 and FFS even Winner gave a winning tip at $4.00

Fours


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« 2021-May-02, 04:18 PM Reply #165 »
Arthur, from what I recall of Halley's Comet, the anticipation of its arrival,  was a bit like foreplay, it was better than the main event. :beer:

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Offline Peter Mair

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« 2021-May-02, 09:19 PM Reply #166 »


Media tipsters ........... ignore at your punting peril



.........Monty is, by far, the best tipster published in the mainstream media ........... that 'best' reflects professional independence ............  he calls the shots after painstaking assessment of 'disclosed form'.

Not infallible, he is not 'on the inside' for a leg-up on contenders privately primed for a 'good run' .............. nor, as with the rest of us, can he forsee unpredictable consequences of 'inflated fields'

No one from the Waller stable, or others, is 'briefing' him on runners prepped for a run against the 'form'.

Others are more 'dependent' on getting a leg-up about runners primed to run 'better than expected' ................. nothing wrong with this dependence................. bar any insider disclosures not being openly 'disclosed'.

However ..... for the real 'stable stings' no one gets a clue.

Opinions vary about 'who gets a leg-up?' but some standout ............. never ignore an 'unexpected' top-tip from Chris Roots.

................... 'punters.com.au' is similarly 'essential reading on rankings'.............. not least for May-Day, yesterday.

[ Conversely, while it is an oxy-moron to say so, punters should be wary, very wary, of lays nominated on 'tips from big bookies' on Racenet]


Offline fours

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« 2021-May-02, 09:44 PM Reply #167 »
Peter,

Punters should ignore anything you write given your reliance on tipsters just  for a starters.

Fours

Offline wily ole dog

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« 2021-May-03, 08:49 AM Reply #168 »
The failed administrator tells us that Monty had 45 selections at Hawkesbury and failed to select a winner but he still puts him on a pedestal   :lol:

No wonder........

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« 2021-May-03, 11:54 AM Reply #169 »
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« Last Edit: 2021-May-03, 02:51 PM by sobig »

Offline fours

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« 2021-May-03, 12:04 PM Reply #170 »
cough cough,

We already have punters doing that here free of any charge or spamming about other sites....

eg 80/1 winner tipped by one member, other member providing >20/1 tips most weeks from around6 picks only and so on.

Fours


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