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Posted by: Alex69 on Jun 4, 2011 at 04:25:42 PM
Just a quick one, followers! [b]We have another winner already.[/b] As soon as Switzerland went 2-0 up, our money was safe. It's now 2-1 to Switzerland as I write this, but the final score is immaterial as we laid 3-1 to England so the cash is locked in & ready to be rolled over to the next system qualifier. I hope you all got on, followers. Enjoy your winnings. Good luck & happy punting. I'll post some more system bets very soon. [b]We're now 3/3, 100 per cent, whatever you like, whichever way you look at it, my systems are WINNERS.[/b]
Posted by: Alex69 on Jun 3, 2011 at 06:54:56 PM
[b]HELLO[/b], good evening and welcome to my latest blog. I hope it reaches you all in rude health. After having banged on about two systems for God knows how long I revved up the ‘back under 3.5/back unquoted’ system last week and the first two came flying in with a steady return of 30 per cent. I’m scouring for more qualifiers at this very moment, but for this weekend I’m going to put the “lay the score in the bookies’ window” system into operation. It’s every bit as simple as it sounds, working on the principle that ‘special offers’ in bookies’ windows are never quite what they seem. The one in question for tomorrow concerns the England v Switzerland match. A nearby branch of Coral is offering 13.0 about 3-1 to England and it’s my view that this simply won’t...
Posted by: Alex69 on Feb 26, 2011 at 10:28:42 AM
[b]HELLO[/b], good morning and welcome to my blog. I feel a little strange this morning having lost on my over 2.5 goals tip in the Notts County v Charlton match last night. With the score at 1-0 to Notts County and the second half only a few minutes old, the normally reliable Bradley Wright-Phillips missed a penalty for Charlton which became a microcosm of his side's finishing throughout the game as it seemed to drain the Addicks’ whole team of confidence. They had another good penalty shout turned down later, while the rest of Notts County’s attacks were thwarted, one way or another, by the Charlton defence. It was the first time Charlton failed to score in an away league match since September. Ce la vie, followers, we live and learn. Onto today’s action and I’ll focus ...