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02-08-2009, 03:43   #1
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I will be posting football tips each week for anyone interested. Tend to cover the Premiership, Championship, and two lower leagues.
I will start off now however, by suggesting two outright bets..
The first one is for Roy Keane to waive his magic again in the Championship, and for Ipswich to win the league, approx 10/1.
The second is for Leeds to win League one. This one i think is banker material, generally 3/1, think if you shop around, you may get 7/2.
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02-08-2009, 05:15   #2
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No offense, but if you claim these to be tips from a pro, it might be best to state your reasons for calling yourself that? Unless of course it is tongue in cheek, and if that is the case, plough on.
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No offense, but if you claim these to be tips from a pro, it might be best to state your reasons for calling yourself that? Unless of course it is tongue in cheek, and if that is the case, plough on.

Tell ya what, i'll let my results do the talkin.... ok.
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We'll take it as tongue in cheek then.
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Do you want the rope now or will I hold onto it for a few weeks?
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No offense, but if you claim these to be tips from a pro, it might be best to state your reasons for calling yourself that? Unless of course it is tongue in cheek, and if that is the case, plough on.
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Tell ya what, i'll let my results do the talkin.... ok.

so this is based purely on your opinion then ...... hardly "tips from a pro"
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02-08-2009, 16:05   #7
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Tell ya what, i'll let my results do the talkin.... ok.
Well your first bit of talking is a long sentence if we have to wait til May to hear the end of it. I suppose you can get into your stride properly next weekend anyways.
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An average weekend, my bets would be something like this..

£100 double team A and team B. Odds approx 10/11 and 4/6
this would return £315 approx

£100 double team C and team D. Odds approx 4/5 and 8/13
this would return £290 approx

Get one bet up, and you have profit. Two up and happy days. Its about beating the bookie, end of. Show profit.
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03-08-2009, 12:18   #9
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An average weekend, my bets would be something like this..

£100 double team A and team B. Odds approx 10/11 and 4/6
this would return £315 approx

£100 double team C and team D. Odds approx 4/5 and 8/13
this would return £290 approx

Get one bet up, and you have profit. Two up and happy days. Its about beating the bookie, end of. Show profit.

So the majority of your bets are multiples?
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Have you tried this method before? Have you been successful?
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Do you want the rope now or will I hold onto it for a few weeks?
Find it interesting how you seem determined to botch up threads where people are posting their selections. Given the size of boards.ie, this forum should be a lot busier but actively having a go at people who are simply posting their bets does not help at all.
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give the lad a chance. We can judge him by the results. Most tipsters do not make money, but there is aways the hope that we might have a winner.
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03-08-2009, 21:26   #13
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You must lead a despondent life if you find my post interesting.

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actively having a go at people
Can you please, in finer detail, explain where I have "actively" "had a go" at people?

I made a comment,
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Do you want the rope now or will I hold onto it for a few weeks?
how is this having a go at someone? It reads how it is, people WILL in a matter of time come on to this thread abusing the original poster should things go pear-shaped and in turn he is hanging himself on the line for that abuse. I fail to see how this is having a go.

If your "actively" is referring to another thread where a tipster is planning an assault on a daily basis with his tips and I suggested that he/she should, rightly so, post a receipt for others to witness, as most people on public gambling forums post purely what they perceive will be the outcome of an event because most of them talk with their mouths and not with their wallets. And in turn of me saying that I am doing the foolish ones, who bet on others people's advice, a favour.

So, once again, my friend, explain to me how I am "having a go"?
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ill test the op
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question for op

im currently looking at the Dinamo Moscow v Celtic match

what are your tips

myself im looking at under 2.5 goals and a draw
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^^^^^ It's not in the charter that he should post a copy of his bets and indeed it shouldn't be. Everybody bets to different stakes and I don't think it's any of our business what he bets, if a person wants to state the amount they betted then fair enough, otherwise who cares. He's keeping an uptodate points record and that should be sufficient.
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