Feb 26, 2019 -- 10:54AM, VardonVoo. wrote:
So that Windies v Eng game was a CMM "Yes" 1.02 gubbing, wasn't it? Also Victoria 1.01 vs Queensland (4-day game) got turned over. Got a decent piece of that myself, for a change.
Yes the CMM was a definite gubbing. I saw 1.05 when they said there was a delayed start.
Mar 16, 2019 -- 8:08PM, drever wrote:
inappropriate forum i know but needs mentioning 6 nations rugby England v Scotland England leading 31-0,in first half finished 38-38£70 matched draw @ 1000 £153k matched England @ 1.01
That's two reported gubbings of 1,000 on this thread already in less than a month.
And all I can report is a mere 1.06 turnover.
UAE vs USA UAE traded below 1.1 in size down to as low as 1.06 for £70 or so.
Mar 19, 2019 -- 9:05PM, Cardinal Scott wrote:
2 million+ matched at SA 1.01 in T20 v Lanka. Flippage occurred and ultimately game was a thai
Followed by a super over which SA won
Mar 24, 2019 -- 3:22PM, VardonVoo. wrote:
IPL Match #2 KKR v Sunrisers
Mar 25, 2019 -- 9:43PM, Charlie wrote:
I hate it when it does that. I'll try again.I think you need to record more info for the thread to be useful. Such as who was batting and bowling, how many did the chasing team need (if that's when the odds flipped) how many overs were left and how many wickets. State of pitch, lots and lots of stuff.I do realise that's a lot of data to be recorded especially in-play but to be useful that's what you need. And I'm not volunteering to do it.
Just post a link to the game . It's easy to piece together in your mind from reading the commentary
Mar 26, 2019 -- 10:07AM, jucel69 wrote:
Mar 25, 2019 -- 8:43PM, Charlie wrote:I hate it when it does that. I'll try again.I think you need to record more info for the thread to be useful. Such as who was batting and bowling, how many did the chasing team need (if that's when the odds flipped) how many overs were left and how many wickets. State of pitch, lots and lots of stuff.I do realise that's a lot of data to be recorded especially in-play but to be useful that's what you need. And I'm not volunteering to do it.Just post a link to the game . It's easy to piece together in your mind from reading the commentary
I disagree Juce but perhaps I didn't explain it very well.
If you're going to gain useful insight into why gubbins occur then it needs to be clear. At a guess I'd say most occur when a team is chasing and it doesn't look like they will get there but do. I do know of counter-examples though.
Flip-flops are ten a penny and I'd guess they occur in well over 50% of games although again that's just a guess. As you know I virtually always back the team batting first if over evens but I have no record of whether they actually get to less than evens most of the time. I think they do but no evidence and I'm far too lazy to record those sort of things.
You once asked me if I'd reached the cantankerous stage, I think I have now!
I'm pleading being cantankerous but don't see the worth of your post apart from interest, a commentator trying to make things sound interesting and a few mad bettors.
Mar 26, 2019 -- 7:46PM, VardonVoo. wrote:
Match #5 Delhi v ChennaiBefore the final over, with two runs needed, Delhi traded at 1,000, then a wicket and two dots later they traded below 100 - that's a ten-bagger!Chennai began slightly odds on and crossed evens convincingly four times before going on to win.http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/8048/game/1175360"Rabada comes back on with CSK needing just two. I'd have used him in the 19th and tried to swell the last-over target as much as possible.It was always going to be about that one ball, wasn't it? Dhoni knew he'd get one in his slot, and he knew he'd hit it for six.RISHU: "Why Mishra when 1 each of rabada and Paul is left? Interesting choice by Shreyas."19.1 WICKET!!Rabada to Jadhav, OUT, a wicket. Back of a length wide of off, extra bounce, and Jadhav gets a thin edge to the keeper as he reaches out to steer to third manKM Jadhav c †Pant b Rabada 27 (34b 2x4 0x6) SR: 79.4119.2 DOTRabada to Bravo, no run, ooh, there's that pace and bounce again. Short outside off, and extra bounce beats the flashing square-cutDwayne Bravo walks in.19.3 DOTRabada to Bravo, no run, and again. Another short, rising ball outside off. Wide enough to cut but too fast and too bouncy for the new man, who still hasn't got a measure of the conditions. He goes hard at it, but can't make contact19.4 FOURRabada to Bravo, FOUR runs, and Bravo finishes stylishly. Shortish, closer to off stump on this occasion. Steps across and then whips it into the gap between square leg and long leg, with front leg up in the airWow. Two to get, three balls remaining.This game seemed to be done and dusted half an hour ago, but CSK have huffed and puffed their way to this target. They never seemed under undue pressure, but taking it so deep and losing a wicket at an inconvenient time left a new batsman facing the pace and bounce of Kagiso Rabada. They've done the job in the end, though, but their net run rate might become an issue if it comes down to that. Won't come down to that if they keep winning, of course."
You are already posting in detail so if we have a system it will only make it easier for you as well as the rest of us to make posts.
Mar 27, 2019 -- 5:21PM, Charlie wrote:
I still think sub 1.1 to 2.0 is the kind of gubbing i'd like to keep track of.That's fine but you also have to keep track of how many times it didn't happen. What percentage do teams trading at 1.1 win?
But since we are all lazy, just keeping track of gubbings only would still give u a good idea of the percentage, as long as we keep separate records for Tests, ODIs, T20s, IPL, BBL, PSL and so on.