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« Reply #90510 on: November 11, 2014, 11:41:41 PM »

didn't realise the Jacobsen bet was made 120 players out.

I saw this mentioned on the thread a few weeks ago and saw that he was the same price so had an EW punt, so already in the green.

Unfortunately it is with the firm where collecting my cash is a bigger sweat than actually winning the bet.
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« Reply #90511 on: November 11, 2014, 11:52:49 PM »

Jacobsen was 3 tables out. 120 players out would have been one of the worst bets in history at 8/1
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« Reply #90512 on: November 11, 2014, 11:56:39 PM »

Jacobsen was 3 tables out. 120 players out would have been one of the worst bets in history at 8/1

I was thinking this, surely it was not 120 out!
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« Reply #90513 on: November 12, 2014, 04:50:13 AM »

Jacobsen was 3 tables out. 120 players out would have been one of the worst bets in history at 8/1

Makes wayyyy more sense. Top greening out work btw.
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« Reply #90514 on: November 12, 2014, 06:43:57 AM »

Congratulations chaps!!!
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« Reply #90515 on: November 12, 2014, 06:47:40 AM »

Sails in! Dubais 9/1 pocket pair winning hand comes in too.
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« Reply #90516 on: November 12, 2014, 06:56:06 AM »

Was thinking of you Dubai! Grats
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« Reply #90517 on: November 12, 2014, 06:57:13 AM »

Sails in! Dubais 9/1 pocket pair winning hand comes in too.


Missed that one, too... gutted Cheesy
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« Reply #90518 on: November 12, 2014, 08:39:24 AM »

Scandinavian success only went so far...

Carlsen lost yesterday after falling into a trap set by Anand. Back to level pegging, with nine games remaining. Round four is today and our man has the White pieces. Details are on Chess Thread (in the Lounge section, for those quite reasonably expecting to see it in the Betting and Sports Discussion area) and I'll leave the rest to the daily report.

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« Reply #90519 on: November 12, 2014, 09:24:05 AM »

Daily Report

Profit on Month £469.28

Outstanding Bets £3832.26

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aia1Hxq-NDNWdFk3UmlTSXMzTjRBTVNfOWRndVFsZHc&usp=drive_web#gid=32


A profit of £720 yesterday thanks to

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From what i saw Martin played flawlessly. He had 6m of the 190m in play at 400-800k, played the short-stack then by the end was playing the big stack brilliantly. Tributes were effusive to his play

Here is the final hand http://es.pn/1u9JTjA and interview http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=11862965

One of the thread's biggest ever wins, thanks to Neil and coincidentally it took Miscellaneous (poker, reality, dancing, esports, odds and sodds) to the second winningmost category in thread history, behind football

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Carlsen had a bad day yesterday

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I was going to write it up, but couldn't beat the effort of our chess and sequin correspondent which i reproduce

"Eighteen months ago, people were chattering about how Anand v Carlsen was a poor match up and the sooner we got to see Carlsen play 12 games against Aronian the better. Aronian's fiery, complicated style is a perfect foil for Carlsen's quiet, suffocating grind.

Today, we got a glimpse of what that match would look like.

Anand, we all knew, had to work hard on opening preparation, because he would have to find ways of keeping positions unclear in the middlegame. There is no better exponent of that in chess today than the Armenian and Anand picked up on a game Aronian had played against England's Michael Adams in last year's Grand Slam Final in Bilbao. It had everything he wanted in being wild and impossible to calculate completely over the board. What's more, he found an improvement on the twentieth move and had it ready to go for today.

Football fans will know Tony Pulis is a brilliant manager for set pieces. His Stoke City team would score corners and the pundits would be salivating at the chance to pore over the replays in super slow motion to see what happened. The left back would start by backing into his marker. Then the centre half would run forwards and cut left towards the goal, as the corner was taken. Just as the ball approached, the striker would run in and use the space left behind the centre half and the left back to hammer it home, seemingly in acres of room. This was no coincidence, but hours of preparation on display.

Anand had his Pulis moment today. He had pretty much played this game out in his dreams. Everything fell into place exactly as he'd planned and Carlsen must have spent nineteen moves wondering what his opponent had got under his sleeve. Then he found out.

On Sunday, it was Anand who succumbed to time and over the board pressure to make a fatal error. This Timex when Carlsen blundered, the game was already lost. He fell hideously behind on the clock but this was primarily due to being less ready for this position. He had to work more out than his opponent and that's tough to do against anyone, even if you're the highest rated player in history.

This was a game Magnus was never going to be able to quell. It will be interesting to see if Anand plays the same moveswhen he next has White, just to test whether Carlsen has managed to find a response. If Carlsen is forced to do something else, it will be a big psychological victory for the Indian"



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our teams in bold from last night

Dallas Mavericks 108-Sacramento Kings 96

Dirk Nowitzki became the ninth highest NBA scorer ever and the highest foreign born scorer, in this game

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Toronto Raptors 104-Orlando 100

The Raptors are now 7-1 on the season

San Antonio Spurs 113-Golden State Warriors 100

Duncan had a double double and Parker 28 points

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in the cofnference last night relegation bet Dover beat Braintree 1-0 to climb to 17th, three points above the relegation places
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« Reply #90520 on: November 12, 2014, 09:37:54 AM »

Well done.

Good esports comment too.
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« Reply #90521 on: November 12, 2014, 09:55:12 AM »

here is the latest on the next Miscellaneous biggie...

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« Reply #90522 on: November 12, 2014, 11:55:13 AM »

Views on Saturday's PP Gold Cup anyone?  Have just backed Indian Castle e/w at 14-1. Seems good fit with race trends over last 10 years, goes well fresh and on track and ground. Can't find much to dislike. Might have a smaller bet on Persian Snow also e/w.
Guess if we're lucky Mr Channing might give us his thoughts in Road To Riches on Betting Emporium.

Love to hear Adz (where's he disappeared to lately?) and other guru's thoughts if they have any.
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« Reply #90523 on: November 12, 2014, 12:03:57 PM »


Guess if we're lucky Mr Channing might give us his thoughts in Road To Riches on Betting Emporium.


that is the plan yes

looks a nice race

e/w 1/4 1,2,3,4

7-1 the field

Rajdhani Express
Uxizandre
Oscar Whisky
Johns Spirit
Colour Squadron
Buywise
Attaglance
Caid Du Berlais
Champion Court

all look to be running
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« Reply #90524 on: November 12, 2014, 02:48:50 PM »



Just got online for the first time all day, what a lovely surprise to see the WSOP result.

Well done Lord Grumpy.
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