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 31 
 on: Today at 12:29:33 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by doubleup
The people voted out but the political establishment and EU want us in so they will be looking at options to keep us in?



The EU want us out as quickly as possible, the Tory careerists who never thought brexit would win are the ones trying to look for a way out of the mess.

 32 
 on: Today at 12:26:44 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by doubleup


I find Nicola Sturgeon has pounced on this turn of events to put her agenda back on the table.

it was clearly in her party's manifesto in the May elections, so hardly unexpected, in fact, the complete opposite.

The longer she leaves it the clearer the picture, the more variables the Scottish people have to work with. Calling for it on Day 1 is a different matter. Let's get the vote through while we're in a haze of confusion. I would expect a good leader to put leadership first.

wat?

It was in her manifesto, The UK as a whole voted to exit, Scotland didn't, where is the "haze of confusion"?


 33 
 on: Today at 12:24:21 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by McGlashan

Last year there was a suspicion AJ was slow rolling when being used as a stand in show headliner. In the 4 minute destruction of Kevin "never been stopped by any of the big names" Johnson we learned even a good chin cannot afford to be hit clean by AJ. Only time will tell how good Dillian Whyte will be, yet he deserves credit for being able to both slip and take a punch. The main takeaway is if you want to go rounds with AJ you need to avoid being hit.

AJ's perfectly aiming that straight left right to where Martin is ducking.

In such a rush to post during the first round of the Charles Marin world title fight I got my left and right mixed up. The punch timing was brilliant, mixing it up either directly at Martins head or the bit of space he anticipated Martin's head to occupy. And it was a custom punch selection specifically for that opponent. AJ had been a flat track bully but to adjust that much showed an incredible level of confidence in whatever they've got going on behind closed doors.  People have been after timing and rubbishing Martin, but to me the first round alone showed team AJ have been massively slow rolling. He's a highly exploitative fighter, perhaps not ready for a GTO crusher, but he'll stack a fish quicker than anyone.

In the emerging betting previews a few places have tipped AJ rounds 3&4, describing Breazeale as  durable and better than Charles Martin, but I've issues with both of those parts. Charles Martin versus Breazeale was schedeled for December 2015 but was cancelled 2 prior when Martin got a call from the IBF. I fancied Martin to win and it's an opinion I stand by if the fight had went ahead prior to Martin getting ruined. It's all because Dominic Breazeale is so easy to hit. His whole set up doesn't look right. His use of reach is terrible and he throws wide short punches. It's horrific the way he leans in when he throws the right hand and he's wide open to a counter punch. Durability will count for nothing if he gets hit clean and bear in mind Fred Kassi hit him at ease and is considered to have won that fight. That's the same Kassi who couldn't lay a glove on Hughie Fury. Admittedly young Hughie Fury is a very skillful fighter and I did a swift u-turn on the Fury's after the win versus Andy Rudenko (a man I tipped up in TFT).

Ta. If we start looking at prices below 4/9 we may aswell just back the 1x2 prices on Betfair.

 34 
 on: Today at 12:20:49 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by MANTIS01


I find Nicola Sturgeon has pounced on this turn of events to put her agenda back on the table.

it was clearly in her party's manifesto in the May elections, so hardly unexpected, in fact, the complete opposite.

The longer she leaves it the clearer the picture, the more variables the Scottish people have to work with. Calling for it on Day 1 is a different matter. Let's get the vote through while we're in a haze of confusion. I would expect a good leader to put leadership first.

 35 
 on: Today at 12:15:20 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by TightEnd
there is a £12,000 TFT Celebration competition starting on Monday

free to enter if you've ever had a bet placed on the thread

bragging rights, a bit of cash to win etc etc

http://blondepoker.com/forum/index.php?topic=67004.0

hopefully mere will put up the categories later

 36 
 on: Today at 12:13:09 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by MANTIS01
The people voted out but the political establishment and EU want us in so they will be looking at options to keep us in?

Old people should have their votes restricted and the young should have the major say?

Generally I have found the attitude to democracy, especially from the remain campaign, rather dangerous and sinister really.

What becomes of any team that doesn't commit to a team decision? They perform like shit that's what.

 37 
 on: Today at 12:12:44 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by doubleup


I find Nicola Sturgeon has pounced on this turn of events to put her agenda back on the table.

it was clearly in her party's manifesto in the May elections, so hardly unexpected, in fact, the complete opposite.

 38 
 on: Today at 12:12:11 PM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by DropTheHammer
Our friends at Choral have set their sixes line very low in the Hampshire v Gloucester T20 match at 1:30pm.

Over 7.5 @ evens
Under 9.5 @ 1.88 at triple eight/Uni

^ is a ROI of -3.09% for the chance to scoop both bets if we see 8 or 9 sixes. Seems to be twice as good as the one arbboy priced up yesterday:

Yes for me.  You are paying 7% to scoop both.  So basically backing exactly 10 or 11 around the 14/1 mark to happen.  Too big a price.  Assume similar distribution to football corners which are around 10 or 11 a game.  Exactly 10 or 11 corners is around a 9/1 shot (10%).  Coupled would be a 4/1 (20%) ish shot so you are getting 14/1 about a 4/1 shot imo.

WORD OF WARNING - I have done three of these previous ones put up and our friends have referred me to the trader for the first time ever, and offered me less than the last one I put on (£300). Thankfully they held the line, and price at evens.

Coral dipped out already 1.83 Sad

-7.27% ROI meant it was still a +ev bet when there was 8 or 9 sixes in the middle to scoop both, but now the line's been moved to 8.5 now as well, this makes it a worse proposition and possibly a bad bet...?

 39 
 on: Today at 12:09:13 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by TightEnd
in a separate petition more than 100,000 people have called on London Mayor Sadiq Khan to declare the English capital independent from the UK and apply to join the EU.

The page, set up by James O'Malley, states: "London is an international city, and we want to remain at the heart of Europe.

"Let's face it - the rest of the country disagrees. So rather than passive aggressively vote against each other at every election, let's make the divorce official and move in with our friends on the continent."

enjoy :-)

 40 
 on: Today at 12:08:02 PM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by TightEnd
this thing has over 1m signatories already

don't really agree with it, accept the result, moan a bit/a lot if necessary and then crack on

but here it is

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-eu-referendum-36629324

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