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 on: Today at 10:32:58 AM 
Started by Snowball - Last post by TightEnd
Adrian Lewis‏Verified account @jackpot180 

Hi folks, the reason why I'm going backwards & forwards from home because my bed is a lot more comfortable after my operation. 1/2

Adrian Lewis‏Verified account @jackpot180

I'm only 55 mins from home and my surgeon said I'm lucky this injury did not end my career.

 32 
 on: Today at 10:24:48 AM 
Started by MintTrav - Last post by SuuPRlim
Trump must be one of the most successful men in the world, but do you think he's happy?

Stupid and ignorant people are often happier than average!

I guess by the same logic, stupid and ignorant people with a billion dollars would be pretty bloody happy then Cheesy

 33 
 on: Today at 10:15:41 AM 
Started by MintTrav - Last post by Karabiner
Trump must be one of the most successful men in the world, but do you think he's happy?

I read somewhere that he has less net worth now than what he inherited.

I think he's happy in the same way that Caligula and Idi Amin were.

 34 
 on: Today at 09:58:25 AM 
Started by DTD-ACES - Last post by TightEnd
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 35 
 on: Today at 09:48:39 AM 
Started by Snowball - Last post by arbboy
Yeh, MVG made a few quid less for his last WC win than PT won for his first 10!

Would have thought he would have been a litte less aggro last night, he claimed that Lewis would never admit it that he helped him out a lot at the start of his career...whereas I recall numerous interviews where Lewis gives Phil a lot of credit for his rise in the game? He always shows him a huge amount of respect at least.

I would be amazed if Taylor hasn't properly looked after his cash throughout his career so the above statement must be slightly misleading and doesn't take account for inflation.  Every time he won a TV major even in those days he could have taken the money back to Stoke and bought a house with it pretty much.  These houses will now all be worth what a 2017 tv major pays in cash effectively.  He must be worth £20m at least surely?

I don't think he is motivated by money at all.  He is a nasty person by nature with a chip on his shoulder and i think he just lives for nights like last night when he can still prove to the world he has it.  He keeps playing for me because he has nothing else to do in his life, loves the needle/aggro and ultimately he knows without him darts isn't the product it is today.  His ego thrives on knowing that and letting other people know that and he knows he can keep playing for as long as he wants.  I wouldn't be surprised at all if he keeps playing next year as well (just in the TV majors like this year).  He has said many times he is retiring.  If at the end of this year he is still ranked in the top 8 in the world only playing the tv majors then i can't see him retiring.

 36 
 on: Today at 09:47:06 AM 
Started by MintTrav - Last post by lucky_scrote
Trump must be one of the most successful men in the world, but do you think he's happy?

Stupid and ignorant people are often happier than average!

 37 
 on: Today at 09:34:24 AM 
Started by Snowball - Last post by SuuPRlim
Yeh, MVG made a few quid less for his last WC win than PT won for his first 10!

Would have thought he would have been a litte less aggro last night, he claimed that Lewis would never admit it that he helped him out a lot at the start of his career...whereas I recall numerous interviews where Lewis gives Phil a lot of credit for his rise in the game? He always shows him a huge amount of respect at least.

 38 
 on: Today at 09:32:19 AM 
Started by Karabiner - Last post by Karabiner
Hmmm. If she is being genuine, then it's the rules that are more appalling.

Her instant reaction was to say she didn't give the putt, fair enough, but she says she would have allowed it, but the rules state once she has verbalized it there is no take back.

As it's a young kid who may never have been in that situation before, the rigid nature of the rules seems to be the culprit here.

That said, the video won't play on my kindle and her expressions may tell another story, but the worded version, seems harsh but fair if you are playing to the letter of the law.

Conclusive proof that Adz is prepared to disagree with me on any given subject.

Adz plays golf too which makes this even more surprising.

 39 
 on: Today at 09:30:15 AM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by Peter-27
Daniel Ricciardo Hungarian Grand Prix Pole Position
5/1
Total Stake: £20.00
Potential Returns: £120.00

Sebastian Vettel @ 5/1 with Bet365. They're offering EW top three (1/5), that's effectively EVS on the top three with a freeroll for pole. Insta-max bet.

we can't do Bet365


Esteban Ocon Hungarian Grand Prix Top 6 Finish
11/4
Total Stake: £40.00
Potential Returns: £150.00

Daniel Ricciardo @ 4/1 & Max Verstappen @ 6/1 both with Bet365. These aren't the best prices out there, but Bet365 are going EW top three (1/5)! Suggest £20 EW on Daniel, £10 EW on Max.

we can't do bet365

We've got odds for today's ePrix from two bookies, and based on recent performances, I can't look past the great Mahindra prices. Suggestions are:

Race Winner - Felix Rosenqvist @ 5/1. Suggest max bet EW (1/5 1-3).
Race Winner - Nick Heidfeld @ 9/1. Suggest £20 EW (1/5 1-3).


we can't do ladbrokes or sky


Can anyone do the 365 / Ladbrokes bets for us? Usually I don't ask but we're missing out on big value spots here. Particularly the Vettel pole & Rosenqvist win bets.

 40 
 on: Today at 09:27:18 AM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by tikay

If our drunken spider is around, we could use him today - the 3pm @ Ascot is a 28 runner handicap, currently 7/1 the field. Place odds vary, generally 5 places quarter odds or 6 places one fifth odds.  

https://www.oddschecker.com/horse-racing/ascot/15:00/winner

And now I see that Road to Riches on Betting Emporium has reviewed this race.

Looks like the drunken spider has been located.

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