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 31 
 on: Today at 02:56:53 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by Doobs
Any love for the torso rossos at 200/1 Each Way with hills.  You get fifth first 3.  Think they line up 7 and 8 and we have a rain forecast (just checked).  There isn't a lot between the top teams and they could be higher if one of the better drivers/cars get baulked in qualifying.  40/1 top 3 looks clearly too high to me.

I  realise I jumped the gun with mclaren, but think this is worth a tenner each way too.  

Suggest £10 each way both torso rossos with Hills at 200/1.




Interesting idea ..

Hmmm, I think I'd be more tempted to go with the Force India's at 300/1 as the Toro Rosso's will struggle in the wet conditions due to a lack of traction and car balance.

I'm going to put £5 EW on all four drivers 1/5 1-3.

I couldn't see 300/1 anywhere but got 250/1 fifth first 3.  I can spare a fiver each way perez and hulkenberg if thread wants it.  #prayforcarnage.  Obv respond before qualifying.

yes i cant get 250/1 easily so better have the armageddon scenario bets with you please

Confirmed

Thanks David, OK to settle up tomorrow, after the race?

Is fine.  

Really like the logic behind these Monaco GP banzais on Toro Rosso and McLaren.

A thunderstorm or mid race heavy downpour, and anything could happen. There is every chance of rain, too.




Hills seem oblivious to the weather forecast.  Still offering 200/1 and a fifth first 3 on a couple of our heroes.  Mercedes reportedly having overheating issues too.  B365 have switched to a third top 2, so don't get caught out.

Edit for instance you can back Sainz at 10/1 top 3 with hills or effectively  20/1 if you take the each way with a free win bet thrown in.

 32 
 on: Today at 02:47:55 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by arbboy
It's not a double, and it's not an acca either.

38 match acca or 2 19 match accas doubled together.



Chompy levelling us all!   Stay out the sun chompy!  No southern racing today must have frazzled your brain!

 33 
 on: Today at 02:33:35 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by Doobs
It's not a double, and it's not an acca either.

38 match acca or 2 19 match accas doubled together.


 34 
 on: Today at 02:22:13 PM 
Started by Rooky9 - Last post by DungBeetle
That much I agree with - no idea why McLaren wasn't shown the door in January.

 35 
 on: Today at 02:17:26 PM 
Started by MereNovice - Last post by Tonji
Hello Mere,

Captain: Phil Hellmuth

2015 ITM More than 5 times: Taylor Paur

Brits: Stephen Chidwick

WSOP POTY Top 10s 2014-15: Paul Volpe

High Stakes: Doug Polk

Main Event Champions: Phil Hellmuth

Eurozone: Fedor Holz

Best of Blondes: Stuart Rutter

Wild card 1: Daniel Negreanu

Wild card 2: Jason Mercier

Cheers

 36 
 on: Today at 02:07:06 PM 
Started by Rooky9 - Last post by Cf
By the time we got a competent manager in who could actually properly organise what was there we looked a different team. So in that sense we underperformed massively and shouldn't have been down there. The board's fault for hiring someone not good enough and not getting rid sooner.

 37 
 on: Today at 01:44:04 PM 
Started by RED-DOG - Last post by RED-DOG
I wonder if I could make a toilet roll holder that is connected to, and works in conjunction with the loo seat so that when one is in the correct position, the other is too.

 38 
 on: Today at 01:41:58 PM 
Started by George2Loose - Last post by arbboy
Says more about where Man U are being forced to shop nowadays that their marque summer signing will be a 35 year old past his best with no experience of the league looking for a final pension.  Remember when it was pretty standard to be breaking transfer records most summers and signing players who were going to play 80-100 times for England like Rio and Rooney at the start of their careers so you had them throughout their prime just to name two?

Shaw potentially fits into that category but that's it. He is the one United signing in recent seasons that I'd like to see at City. Not Englsih but Martial looks as tho he has a big future as well but will he stay?

There other big money signings since Fegruson:

Fellani
Mata
Di Maria
Herrera
Schnederlin




Shaw in the same league as Rio or Rooney or Ronaldo for Man U signings?  Do me a favour!  Martial agreed.  Real deal for me.  Married young with a kid.  Seems very focused and level headed.  Think he will be using Old Trafford as a stepping stone to bigger things though like yourself.  Can't see him being a MU 'lifer'.

 39 
 on: Today at 01:39:03 PM 
Started by RED-DOG - Last post by RED-DOG
Women aren't daft though.

Mrs R and I have a loose arrangement. The first one to wake up make a cup of tea.

The trouble is, Mrs R is always asleep when I wake up, but is miraculously awake when I return with the tea, no matter how quiet I am.

The other night I sneaked a teaspoon and a cup into the bedroom and in the morning I tinkled it gently. She sat bolt upright immediately so I said, "Great, you're awake, make some tea". but she just lay down again and said, "I'm not awake, I'm just turning over".

I've tried out waiting her but I hate being in bed when I'm awake and she can stay there for hours.

Thermos under the bed?

I wish I liked thermos tea but frankly, it's horrible. The tea stews and the milk goes funny.

Anyway, there's a principle at stake here.

Are you able to stay awake for an entire 24hrs and not go to bed one night?

Next day when you wake up you're actually the last one to get up yesterday and Mrs R gets to make the tea forever unless she can also stay awake for 24hrs. Women obviously can't do this so shouldn't be an issue.



Yes Matt, I see where you are coming from, but the next day when I wake up, she will be 'asleep'.

 40 
 on: Today at 01:37:54 PM 
Started by George2Loose - Last post by George2Loose
Says more about where Man U are being forced to shop nowadays that their marque summer signing will be a 35 year old past his best with no experience of the league looking for a final pension.  Remember when it was pretty standard to be breaking transfer records most summers and signing players who were going to play 80-100 times for England like Rio and Rooney at the start of their careers so you had them throughout their prime just to name two?

Because he's being linked he's their marquee signing?

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