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 31 
 on: November 28, 2014, 11:48:43 PM 
Started by scotty2hatty - Last post by nuros
Nice one scotty as per! Smiley Also nice one Omm with Ayamzaone!

 32 
 on: November 28, 2014, 11:43:32 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by Ironside
who?

The Colts' new running back. Possibly.

he better not be i have boom herron

 33 
 on: November 28, 2014, 11:42:50 PM 
Started by OverTheBorder - Last post by OverTheBorder
Down to the $2.20 super knock out 229/1037

 34 
 on: November 28, 2014, 11:42:41 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by Tal
who?

The Colts' new running back. Possibly.

 35 
 on: November 28, 2014, 11:39:43 PM 
Started by The Baron - Last post by buzzharvey22
Is Sturridge going to turn things round?

 36 
 on: November 28, 2014, 11:39:25 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by Tal
Circumstances have conspired against your SCD cashpoint correspondent this week. I have had difficulty finding much training footage and there was no Waite's Wednesday Warm-up on It Takes Two to get a good look at (this helps give an indication on the Friday show as to how much the dancers have improved over the week). I'm also down in the Big Smoke this weekend, trying to weave my way to winning a poker comp in Kensington. It's "Around the World" week at Elstree, whatever that is. Apparently, that means we have dances representing different countries and not the logical one you'd think of, because that would make sense. Before I start a full scale rant about it having gone right downhill since Sir Brucie left and alienate everyone, let's get on with business:

From what I have been able to see, I am interested in the fact Mr Will Mill and Mr Joke O'Ral have formed different views on who the second favourite for top score should be. They agree on Pixie being favourite, which is fine, but no one wants to back a 2/1 shot when there's got to be an even money chance two or more tie for top score on the night.

Jake danced a Tango in his first dance of the series and he got the highest score on the opening Friday with 28 (7,7,7,7). His technique was good and Craig commented on his staccato (that's the quick, sharp movements in the head and neck that give the tango that unique feel), while Len was delighted with his body contact (really important to get very close in the tango). This week, he's dancing an Argentine Tango, which is a version of the original tango, where the story is a man dancing with a lady of the night in an establishment of lascivious virtue. So, it has a story, which is good for Jake, he has form for doing well in this type of dance and he's coming into form. now that he's got some of those uncomfortable/self-conscious dances out of the way. Would you believe he's dancing to Zorba the Greek? No idea why they've done that. If only there were a country they could set an Argentine Tango in... 7/2 with Choral is attractive.

I'm not enamoured with anything particularly, but that's probably the best of the bets I can see. I am not expecting a 40 tomorrow. None of the training footage suggests it is coming this week, so it'll be someone absolutely nailing the dance to get that kind of score. Simon is doing a Waltz but seems to be sitting a little in the pivots, which is going to be picked up on. He's the main male rival in dance terms to Jake, but I'd not be backing him this week. Mark hasn't been training much again because he's on the Isle of Nolikeynolitey, which is apparently in Tenerife. Salsa looks flat and cumbersome by the standards of his peers. He'll do ok, but he's not finishing top. Caroline has been overmarked for the past two weeks but I'm still opposing her. This could be madness, but there has to come a point where the judges decide to mark what they actually see. Hard to assess how good her Charleston is when I've only seen her dance in trainers (can't get that all important swivel action in trainers). Sunetra dancing a rumba is going to have to pull it out of the bag to be fifth on the leaderboard. Her latin isn't really strong enough (weight not forward enough and not as comfortable on her own as in hold).

It's a tough week for a winner, but I don't think Jake is a bad bet at 7/2. Recommend £20 for interest but no more.

 37 
 on: November 28, 2014, 11:28:58 PM 
Started by Ironside - Last post by Ironside
45 man turbo normally limping in means you have a monster and your looking for a raise
or your a fish who hasnt worked out that an average stack is just 10 bigs
he has bet every street post flop my hand is disguised and he may think kings are good
i am assuming i am ok to here but now what?

PokerStars Hand #125934634620: Tournament #1059730825, $3.19+$0.31 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level IX (200/400) - 2014/11/28 22:51:07 WET [2014/11/28 17:51:07 ET]
Table '1059730825 3' 9-max Seat #3 is the button
Seat 1: Planning1 (2980 in chips)
Seat 2: Fredi 220761 (6393 in chips)
Seat 3: flexazz (3975 in chips)
Seat 4: Patrimoine23 (3314 in chips)
Seat 5: Ironside (6415 in chips)
Seat 6: ismael371 (3503 in chips)
Seat 7: RyenJohns (2696 in chips)
Seat 8: superhero71 (5793 in chips)
Seat 9: isAAdo (3105 in chips)
Planning1: posts the ante 25
Fredi 220761: posts the ante 25
flexazz: posts the ante 25
Patrimoine23: posts the ante 25
Ironside: posts the ante 25
ismael371: posts the ante 25
RyenJohns: posts the ante 25
superhero71: posts the ante 25
isAAdo: posts the ante 25
Patrimoine23: posts small blind 200
Ironside: posts big blind 400
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to Ironside [Ah ]
ismael371: folds
RyenJohns: folds
superhero71: calls 400
isAAdo: folds
Planning1: folds
superhero71 said, "c on"
Fredi 220761 has timed out
Fredi 220761: folds
Fredi 220761 is sitting out
flexazz: folds
Patrimoine23: folds
Fredi 220761 has returned
Ironside: checks
*** FLOP *** [Two Diamonds ]
Ironside: checks
superhero71: bets 1225
Ironside: calls 1225
*** TURN *** [Two Diamonds ] []
Ironside: checks
superhero71: checks
*** RIVER *** [Two Diamonds ] []
Ironside: checks
superhero71: bets 1600

 38 
 on: November 28, 2014, 11:25:17 PM 
Started by OverTheBorder - Last post by OverTheBorder
We have 4 left (3 passed late reg) and the $7.50 Hot.

See what we can do.

 39 
 on: November 28, 2014, 11:24:39 PM 
Started by GreekStein - Last post by rfgqqabc
I read all your updates Cos, just don't always comment.

ty Smiley

When did you move to Hungary? How much longer will you be there for?

The BITB said his next goal is to learn PLO and if that's the case I was considering to spend a month or so there at some point in the future.

I was there from mid march until the start of November. It seemed like a good time to come back with the Weather cooling and my lease ending. I'm going to head back early next year when I can sort out plans with my housemate/a few other guys who mentioned coming. I couldn't recommend it enough, everything is top notch. Always interested in plo strat, my housemate plays a bunch of 6max too

Uzistunna?

No, although im good friends with him. My housemate under the radar on eurosites so not really known at all. Uzi one of the nicest guys around and plays a very interesting style and thinks very deeply about the game. You just live with the missus Cos?

 40 
 on: November 28, 2014, 11:20:58 PM 
Started by scotty2hatty - Last post by horseplayer
well done scotty




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