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Rugby tryscoring odds - appalling value with pp - check before betting

  • 02-02-2019 9:07am
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    Registered Users Posts: 1,834 ✭✭✭ Glenbhoy
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    Just having a look at tryscorer odds for today's rugby and noticed the incredible difference between pp prices and b365. Admittedly pp has a generous special refunding (some tryscorer bets, not clear if multiple tryscorers are included) if Ireland win, which at 2/7, one would expect.
    Sample: Stockdale 1st pp 11/2 v 365 7/1, ashton 1st pp 12/1 v 365 18/1. Replicated on most players.
    However, when looking at players to score 2 or more, it's truly appalling.
    Stockdale pp 9/2, may pp 10/1, Ashton pp 12/1 v 365 Stockdale 11/1, may 33/1, Ashton 50/1. Similar discrepancies across the board, and same with scoring 3 (though at that stage u might as well support the Irish economy and give ur money to the local bookie anywayðŸ˜).
    Had a quick look at the Scotland game to see if it was similar, 1st tryscorer seemed competitive across most likely guys, multiple tryscorers, main Scots similar prices, huge differences after that.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 1,350 ✭✭✭ Rasputin11
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    Glenbhoy wrote: »
    Just having a look at tryscorer odds for today's rugby and noticed the incredible difference between pp prices and b365. Admittedly pp has a generous special refunding (some tryscorer bets, not clear if multiple tryscorers are included) if Ireland win, which at 2/7, one would expect.
    Sample: Stockdale 1st pp 11/2 v 365 7/1, ashton 1st pp 12/1 v 365 18/1. Replicated on most players.
    However, when looking at players to score 2 or more, it's truly appalling.
    Stockdale pp 9/2, may pp 10/1, Ashton pp 12/1 v 365 Stockdale 11/1, may 33/1, Ashton 50/1. Similar discrepancies across the board, and same with scoring 3 (though at that stage u might as well support the Irish economy and give ur money to the local bookie anywayðŸ˜).
    Had a quick look at the Scotland game to see if it was similar, 1st tryscorer seemed competitive across most likely guys, multiple tryscorers, main Scots similar prices, huge differences after that.

    They know that most people won't bother comparing odds. Ladbrokes used to have good odds on try scorers in rugby also.


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