RivetingRoger Registered User
#1

As of this morning, PP are now NRNB for the Championship races plus the ryanair for the festival
U can get 11/4 for Faugheen in the CH
3/1 for Might Bite in the GC
7/4 for footpad in the arkle
3/1 for UDS/Yorkhill in the Ryanair....

Expect Boyles to follow suit on, oh I dunno, the feckin day maybe.....

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redzerdrog Registered User
#2

Horrible prices

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The Mig Registered User
#3

Arkle isn't a championship race. Ante Post Rules still apply

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RivetingRoger Registered User
#4

The Mig said:
Arkle isn't a championship race. Ante Post Rules still apply


watch this space, by COB today....

Shemale Registered User
#5

Bet365 are NRNB:

Champion Chase
Champion Hurdle
Ryanair Chase
Stayers Hurdle
Gold Cup Chase

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redzerdrog said:
Horrible prices


Each to their own, I have taken two of those prices and another in the QMCC.

The Mig Registered User
#7

RivetingRoger said:
watch this space, by COB today....

Still watching

RivetingRoger Registered User
#8

Now NRNB for ALL races

Might Bite still 3/1

handsfree2 Registered User
#9

The prices are appalling for almost every race. Would people bother placing money on NRNB when the odds are significantly better with other bookies non NRNB?

Copper_pipe Registered User
#10

You can still request an Antepost price from PP

RivetingRoger Registered User
#11

handsfree2 said:
The prices are appalling for almost every race. Would people bother placing money on NRNB when the odds are significantly better with other bookies non NRNB?


Is this a serious question?
Because with NRNB if the horse doesn't run, or is sent to a different race, you get your money back.
Remember when Vautour was "Gold cup or nothing" and then last minute they went in Ryanair. If you backed NRNB you get your stake back, if you didnt, you lose your money.
That's why its tighter odds, its like buying insurance
And btw, Mightbite is the same price in PP and Boyles, one is NRNB one isnt

lemush Registered User
#12

RivetingRoger said:
Is this a serious question?
Because with NRNB if the horse doesn't run, or is sent to a different race, you get your money back.
Remember when Vautour was "Gold cup or nothing" and then last minute they went in Ryanair. If you backed NRNB you get your stake back, if you didnt, you lose your money.
That's why its tighter odds, its like buying insurance
And btw, Mightbite is the same price in PP and Boyles, one is NRNB one isnt


4/1 and 3/1 are not the same price.

lemush Registered User
#13

Anyone taking the nrnb prices on show at the minute should give up the game.

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dk6dk6 Registered User
#14

handsfree2 said:
The prices are appalling for almost every race. Would people bother placing money on NRNB when the odds are significantly better with other bookies non NRNB?


Prices are terrible. Samcro 5/4 for the Ballymore just one example, I'll be shocked if he's not bigger than that on the day.

Just look through their champion chase market, it's a joke.

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lemush said:
Anyone taking the nrnb prices on show at the minute should give up the game.


Rubbish, plenty of value to be got with NRNB, in the last two weeks there have been a number of Mullins horses over priced NRNB by Bet365.

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