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By:
VardonVoo.
When: 09 May 19 12:16
Good point! At least that saved me a few quid on a reckless overs bet that one more over would have had no chance of helping..
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 10 May 19 22:01
Royal London Cup - Lancs v Middx

Middx made a monumental come-back after being 24/5

Lancs 1.01 got as high as 1.7+ before a vital couple of wickets fell, though having dropped back to as low as 1.04 the odds reachead into the mid 1.3s again before a tragic bad umpire decision looked like scuppering Middlesex's last chance. In fact the odds dipped sub 1.1s but reached mid 1.2s again before a stupid run-out off a would-have-been wide rather put the kybosh on things. When the final wicket fell Middx had come within 20 runs of winning. Another thrilling Royal London match. This format between county teams, all of which are used to the climate and conditions has seemed a lot more competetitive and interesting than most 50-over matches between international teams (i.e. ODIs).

The THai market was also quite lively though didn't get above 1.1.
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 11 May 19 20:04
Gash T20 Supernovas v Velocity

Supers 1.04 flipped to Velocity 1.18 or lower then back again for a well more than Half-Gubbing.

espncricinfo.com/series/19201/game/1181896

Apparently before this tourney started one of the women commented about the team they'd been chosen to play, saying something like  "I've never heard of Velo City. What country is it in?"
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 11 May 19 20:21
England v Pakistan 2nd ODI

Eng 1.05 got to about 2.8 before they managed to defended the target. Pak came impressively close.

espncricinfo.com/series/18664/game/1152842
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 12 May 19 17:20
Women SA v Pak 3rd ODI

How dodgy is this?

First innings or earlier:-

Tie NO looks like 1.02 was nearly Half-Gubbed several times, i.e. 1.02, nearly evens, 1.02 again, nearly evens again, etc. Three spikes on the graph. Nothing unusual on the "YES" side.

No idea what happened here - I thought possibly a sausage trade early in the first innings or maybe even before the match, or possibly a mis-coded bot that went hay-wire. SA steadily ground down from 1.4 to score 256/6.

Odds To Lay Traded
1.01        £1,000    £678
1.02        £207    £1,415
1.03        £200   
1.08        £8   
1.22            £18
1.83            £4
1.92            £66
1.94            £39
1.96            £3
1.97            £97


So then onto the second innings where Pak lost 3 wickets within their first 40 runs and the SA odds smashed through 1.01 then range-traded from between about 1.01-1.04 and 1.06-1.10 for a while. As Pak steadily rebuilt their position the SA odds started climbimg through 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5 getting as high as 1.8 before crashing back down.

Match result was a Tie!  Normally this would simply be an extraordinary result for Pak, but combined with the highly irregular pre-match or first innings Tie trading this looks somewhat dodgier.


espncricinfo.com/series/8674/game/1177017
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 12 May 19 20:10
IPL FINAL -  Mumbling Indians v Chennai Super Kvnts

I can't get the trading history to work but I suspect 150 runs may have traded at 1.01. I'm sure I saw 1.06 offered to lay.
So that was a low-odds Gubbing by a one measly run.

Tie YES traded below 50 so NO was always higher than 1.02 but a trade at 1.03 would have reached as high as 3.5 for a Half-Gubbing.

espncricinfo.com/series/8048/game/1181768
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 13 May 19 15:27
ODI Tri Series West Indies v Bangladesh

Not sure of this cos the BF trading history still isn't working but I think 250 runs traded below 1.06 for a Full Gubbing.

espncricinfo.com/series/11122/game/1168512
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 17 May 19 17:12
Apologies for any I may have missed but as far as I know there were only a few low odds that popped up to 1.2, 1.4 etc.
North Mumbai Panthers went from 1.01 to 1.59+ the other day.

Today's Mumbai Premier League match between and ARCs Andheri v Shivali Park Lions
ARCS traded at 1.09, flipped over to a low of 1.17 on the other side and then went on to win, for a very thorough Half-Gubbing.
I missed laying the 1.09 by two ticks though (grrrr!!)

No link as these matches are not featured on CricInfo
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 17 May 19 22:13
Bangladesh v West Indies ODI

Completed Match "YES" low 1.04, flipped to "NO" 1.26 then flipped again and hit "YES 1.01" before stabilising around 1.15ish for a while before grinding back down to 1.01 for a Half-Gubbing.

140 runs 1.02 was Half-Gubbed during the rain stoppage at 20.1 overs, reaching as high as 10!
150 1.04 almost Half-Gubbed at 1.9
160 1.02 Gubbed at 3.0

Interesting that people were prepared to back and lay 140 at crazy odds with 9 runs needed, perhaps on the off-chance of maybe either only a few more balls being bowled to complete the over, or none at all, but were not prepared to try to back/lay  higher scores. Not sure about the logic there. I would have thought they'd come back on for at least a few overs or not come back on at all, going straight into a shortened West Indies innings.

espncricinfo.com/series/11122/game/1168514

Eng v Pak 4th ODI

(Aside: it shows the lax attitude to the exchange that BF doesn't have a live score-feed for such a high profile match. When quizzed about feeds they said they'd made a policy decision not to show ANY feed rather than an unreliable one - they didn't really have an answer as to why they just can't monitor their iffy feed against alternative and fairly reliable free sources such as CricInfo and CricBuzz, nor have they yet implemented a suggestion I've been making for years that they show a blinking green light next to the feed, which could turn solid red if the hand-shaking pauses, alerting you to the score being stuck/delayed).

Eng 1.06 Half-Gubbed (peaking at 4.1). Chased down with only 3 balls to spare.

espncricinfo.com/series/18664/game/1152844
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 18 May 19 15:59
SA Women v Pak Women

SA 1.09 Half-Gubbing peaking at 3.0

espncricinfo.com/series/19158/game/1177019
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 20 May 19 12:39
Yesterday's summary:-

England v Pakistan 5th ODI

Eng 360 Runs 1.07 Gubbed

espncricinfo.com/series/18664/game/1152845

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Mumbai Premier League

1.08 North Mumbai Gubbed (v ARCS Andheri)

1.05 NaMo Bandra Blasters (v Shvaji Park Lions) Half-Gubbed @ 3.4 peak

cricbuzz.com/cricket-series/2832/mumbai-premier-league-2019/matches

**************

SA Women v Pak Women 3rd T20I

SA Women was a Gubbing but I'm not sure if their odds got below 1.1.

espncricinfo.com/series/19158/game/1177020
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 21 May 19 19:48
Mumbai Premier League

SoBo Supersonics v NaMO bandra Blasters

NaMo 1.03 got as high as 1.75

cricbuzz.com/live-cricket-scores/22609

ARCS Andheri v Eagle Thane Stikers

1.02 (1.01 partially matched) got as high as 1.65+

cricbuzz.com/live-cricket-scores/22610

Not quite a half-gubbing in either case, but worth a mention cos this tourney has had several very volatile matches that were well worth trading.
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 22 May 19 16:42
Lancashire v Worcester (4-day match)

In the final chase Lancs 1.01 briefly spiked as high as 1.7 after a couple of quick wickets. Not sure of the amounts though.

espncricinfo.com/series/8204/game/1166983
By:
Cardinal Scott
When: 22 May 19 16:59
That women's T20 was volatile, I still don't know who won....I better go and check SA were sub 1.2 before Pak became about that price before SA returned to about that price......I nabbed a small win, I better go and check who won.
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 23 May 19 01:12
It was SA that won in the end but not before going below 1.2 then above 5s on two occasions.Thanks for posting. I've been overlooking  the multi-flippers that didn't dip below 1.1 - my bad.

I'm sure Pak Women used to be a total right-off until recently but these last few battles have been pretty close.
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 23 May 19 19:14
Oops! I meant "write-off" there.
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 24 May 19 15:33
World Cup

Pak (v Afghan) Innings Runs
270 1.05 Gubbed
280 1.05 Gubbed

Afghan pegged Pak back despite being a bit sloppy at times.

espncricinfo.com/series/18664/game/1173345
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 24 May 19 19:11
Follow-up to the above:-

Afghan went sub 1.1 before losing a wicket or two and moving up to 1.4 or so then, looking like they would chase it down easily, they traded in size at 1.01 before losing wickets in quick succession and going up to nearly 1.4 again. Quite tradeable, methunk.
By:
Cardinal Scott
When: 24 May 19 19:24
I had left the house and took my green before all that happened..........phew!
By:
Cardinal Scott
When: 24 May 19 19:26
I believe yesterday Nothants engineered some sort of gubbing too by not losing v Slurry....I dont know how low Slurry went.
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 24 May 19 20:32
Mumbai Premier League Semi-Final

North Mumbai Panthers 1.01 (v ARCS Andheri) counts as a Virtual Half-Gubbing as the odds went as high as 3.5+ so a lot of peeps would have traded out and then bought a Thai Green Curry which was available quite late at 1.05ish but peaked in volume in the upper 1.2s to mid 1.3s in the last over.

@ Cardinal Sin - Northants v Sussex and Kent v Surrey both drew, but I don't think anything went usefully short, unfortunately. Kent nearly blew it late in the final session with a couple of wickets but Northants had 4 wickets in hand so the trading there wasn't all that exciting. It's a shame the liquidity is so poor on these matches. Sometimes you end up having to take poor prices just cos they are there or else risk not scaling out of a position at all and being fully exposed on the last day - double-plus ungood.
By:
Cardinal Scott
When: 24 May 19 22:27
Yes it was Sussex not Slurry they were playing.....mind plays tricks Blush
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 25 May 19 02:07
Understandable considering both matches played out almost the same way in parallel for most of the day. I always used to find it interestingly uncanny when that happened across different time-zones and climates. It used to be quite common back in the old days when Tests rarely finished before Day 5.
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 25 May 19 20:02
Slightly outside the price range but Eng was a 1.11 Gubbing v Aus in the WC warm-up.

espncricinfo.com/series/19134/game/1173347
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 26 May 19 20:39
World Cup warm-ups

Pak v Bang CMM YES 1.11 suffered from serious Gubbage as the match was abandoned.

SA v Windies CMM YES 1.07 also got Gubbed after several flip-flops and a deceptively promising-looking restart.
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 27 May 19 23:26
Inter-Provincial 50-Over Cup - taking place in Ireland, to be sure, to be sure.

Northern Knights v North West Warriors

Knights traded for a pittance at levels down to 1.05 as but the big volume trade was at 1.12. 188 looked like an easy target yet after a lengthy rain interruption they were set a seemingly much harder 20-over score of 111 which they missed by only 3 runs.

espncricinfo.com/series/11083/game/1178133
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 04 Jun 19 20:12
Apologiies if I've missed any others while Rolad Garros has been on but today was a 1.09 Full Gubbing of Afghan (v Sri Lanka) with several flips.

espncricinfo.com/series/8039/game/1144489
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 06 Jun 19 15:19
From yesterday

Sussex 1.03 v Middlesex Half-Gubbed peaking at 3.5

espncricinfo.com/series/8204/game/1166991
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 06 Jun 19 15:20
Today Aus v Windies

290 runs 1.09 Gubbed
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 09 Jun 19 15:40
That Aus/Windies match had about 14 distinct crosssings of evens, a dozen of which got to at least 0.25 either side.

Today India v Aus

India 350 Runs £3,000+ traded at 1.07 then traded almost at evens for the last two or three balls, so I'm calling that a Half-Gubbing as we're a bit short of action lately.
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 12 Jun 19 15:10
Aus v Pak

Aus Runs

310 1.01 Gubbed
320 1.05 @ 5k Gubbed
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 15 Jun 19 18:42
Aus v Sri Lanka

Aus 1.04 reached slightly short of 1.9 for an almost Half-Gubbing.

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Afghan v SA

Afghan Runs

130 1.03 (£1.8k) Gubbed
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 16 Jun 19 15:59
India v Pak

India Runs (odds affected by rain-break).

310 1.01 (£7k)  Semi-Gubbed @ 2.5+
320 1.03 (£43k) Semi-Gubbed @ 3.0+

Target set 337
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 19 Jun 19 16:54
Nz v SA

240 Runs was Semi-Gubbed as it traded in size at 1.07 then was later offerred at 15 long enough to match (and definitely traded at 9) before going on to win.
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 19 Jun 19 20:56
NZ v SA

NZ 1.02 not too far off a Semi-Gubbing at 1.75

Several close-together crossings of evens by 0.25 or greater.
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 20 Jun 19 15:40
Aus v Bang

Aus Runs

380 1.03 (1.05 @ £3k) Semi-Gubbed @ 3.0+

Scored 381
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 21 Jun 19 19:20
England v Sri Lanka

Eng 1.03 Gubbed

Sri Lanka 1.03 would have given some good trading opportunities into the 1.2s and 1.3s I think - maybe higher.
By:
Cardinal Scott
When: 21 Jun 19 19:52
Zimmers were gubbed to a degree by Netherlands sub 1.3 certainly maybe even sub 1.2
By:
VardonVoo.
When: 21 Jun 19 20:15
I really didn't think NL would chase that total. Good effort to them. A bit of a tighter match than the Uganda v Mali women's game yesteday.
By:
detraveller
When: 21 Jun 19 20:49

Jun 21, 2019 -- 7:52PM, Cardinal Scott wrote:


Zimmers were gubbed to a degree by Netherlands sub 1.3 certainly maybe even sub 1.2


I layed them at 1.14 and they hit 1.1 right after that.

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