Jun 14, 2013 -- 7:50PM, mcfc1981 wrote:
i didnt think u could have a tie when d/l was involved either u got the target or u didn't
I've always thought this too. Obviously not. Though I did think you could theoretically have half runs so I'm even confusing myself.
Jun 14, 2013 -- 7:51PM, Sodiology wrote:
why are windies 4.1?if they go back out surely they are big favourites? if they don't market is void?what's to lose?
That was my thinking but to say I've not got a scooby about cricket is an understatement. My man on MSN still fires me bets 5 years on
Jun 14, 2013 -- 7:53PM, Fangsy wrote:
There is no tie in D/L - it's win or lose.
Jun 14, 2013 -- 8:09PM, RMB © wrote:
So whilst Tie was hovering around 2.0, people where smashing SA at 1.3 on the basis they could have come back out for a one over shootout. Deary me. Could have been spectacular, never won 5 figures on cricket before.
Yeah, I kept laying SA for all I had at that point
Jun 14, 2013 -- 11:27PM, nicky27 wrote:
what a crazy match , had everything ...huge CMM fluctuations, crazy confusion about the D/L Tie , really helps to not only know the cricket laws in these situations , but also the market rules , of course a D/L chase can be tied ,thats what the 'D/L Par Score' is all about,