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      srslfc
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      Re: The Off Topic Betting thread
      Reply #92: Aug 10, 2015 01:53:45 pm
      Anyone had a go on Predict The Six yet?

      www.predictthesix.com

      Basically pay £1 and predict six anytime scorers from any Premier League game that weekend.

      Can won £10K or a share.
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      Re: The Off Topic Betting thread
      Reply #93: Aug 23, 2015 09:48:37 am
      Best bet sites please?
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      Re: The Off Topic Betting thread
      Reply #94: Aug 23, 2015 09:57:23 am

      Bet365
      Paddypower

      Would be my two recommendations above all others.

      For horse racing only and ability to do some tricky combination bets that most other bookies wont take go for Racebets.

      Avoid:

      Betbright: Their best odds guaranteed don't work with multiples (found this out the hard way, backed a 11/4 and 7/2 double, came in at 3/1 5/1 and lost myself £300 due to them being complete dickheads.)

      I would open an account with everyone though just to abuse the freebets, any time around major festivals is the best time to do this as they actually more attractive.

      Good luck!
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      Re: The Off Topic Betting thread
      Reply #95: Aug 23, 2015 10:02:50 am

      *Note about below, was written thinking you meant the Ebor which this horse ran in yesterday  :lmao:

      Only just saw this mate, I've won and lost a lot on that horse this year. When you look through the form of the winner (33/1) there was a good chance I could have picked it if it hadn't been off for over 400 days, great training performance.

      Mullins (same trainer as Clondaw) nearly won the race with his second string Wicklow Brave who has cost me an enormous amount of money in the past.

      My mate who is well into his athletics has given me some tips, but they're not the best prices in the world if anyone is interested:

      Gone for an accumulator on:

      Mo Farah (10k mens)
      Kiprop (1500m mens)
      Sum (800m womens)
      Dibaba (1500m womens)
      Ibarguen (Triple Jump womens)
      Perkovic (Discuss womens)
      Fajdlek (Hammer mens)

      and a little mess about with having to get 6 out these 7:

      Gatlin (100m mens)
      Van Niekerk (400m mens)
      B. Jackson (400m hurdles mens)
      G. Rutherford (Long Jump mens)
      Chichereva (High Jump womens)
      Bartoletta (Long Jump womens)
      Ennis-Hill (Heptathlon womens)

      wont win loads if I got either up but it's nice to have a little interest.
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      Re: The Off Topic Betting thread
      Reply #96: Aug 23, 2015 10:51:00 am
      Bet365
      Paddypower

      Would be my two recommendations above all others.

      For horse racing only and ability to do some tricky combination bets that most other bookies wont take go for Racebets.

      Avoid:

      Betbright: Their best odds guaranteed don't work with multiples (found this out the hard way, backed a 11/4 and 7/2 double, came in at 3/1 5/1 and lost myself £300 due to them being complete dickheads.)

      I would open an account with everyone though just to abuse the freebets, any time around major festivals is the best time to do this as they actually more attractive.

      Good luck!

      Thanks mate

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