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happyhibee
06 Jan 13 09:11
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Any fancies today? I like over 6 maxes in the Bunting match first up then Stone & De Graaf to win straight up

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By:
Leemo
When: 06 Jan 13 11:14
Hi HH you ok? Fell asleep watching the NFL last nightLaugh Amateur
By:
happyhibee
When: 06 Jan 13 11:21
Watched the first match mate then went to bed before second.
By:
the silverback
When: 06 Jan 13 11:29
Markets today are completely clueless about Wilson's 180 ability.
By:
happyhibee
When: 06 Jan 13 11:31
I did read he was a fairly big hitter
By:
the silverback
When: 06 Jan 13 11:35
Lakeside debut is a bit of a worry in terms of length of match v the form player and 180s but there are still some terrific prices around on the maxes. And he likes playing Bunting.
By:
happyhibee
When: 06 Jan 13 11:37
3/1 most maxes & 5/6 +1.5 too. My worry is in case he freezes too mate but Bunting usually gives you chances with his doubles so fingers crossed
By:
Lori
When: 06 Jan 13 11:40
Lost on Cinci, got it back on unders. Still no ping pong markets. Thanks for writeups, now let's win some darts.
By:
happyhibee
When: 06 Jan 13 11:42
You watch 2nd game Lori last night? Has the ping pong actually brought in any decent players yet or is it still Mr Chow and 67 yr old pensioners/
By:
Leemo
When: 06 Jan 13 11:43
How does Ping Pong differ from Table Tennis?
By:
Leemo
When: 06 Jan 13 11:43
I lost on Bungles last night to Lori
By:
happyhibee
When: 06 Jan 13 11:44
Lori is our resident ping pong expert so I'll leave that question to him
By:
Lori
When: 06 Jan 13 11:44
Watched until it was obvious it was over, middle 3rd Quarter.

Nilsson worded it best by saying "They use 30 year old bats" (Basically all the technology is taken from the bat to slow it down)
By:
Lori
When: 06 Jan 13 11:45
I just want to see how the woman can be competetive. I'm assuming it's Lance Armstrong in a dress.
By:
happyhibee
When: 06 Jan 13 11:45
So basically thats the only difference?
By:
Lori
When: 06 Jan 13 11:46
Think the bat is a bit bigger or something too. Oh and you can use a two point ball once per something
By:
Leemo
When: 06 Jan 13 11:46
Sandpaper bats they just said/ Bats seem bigger too
By:
happyhibee
When: 06 Jan 13 11:46
is barry Hearn behind this in all seriousness?
By:
Leemo
When: 06 Jan 13 11:46
Matchroom Sport - is there anything Hearn doesnt have his snoot into?
By:
Lori
When: 06 Jan 13 11:46
Apparently real table tennis you just win on serve or first hit return, while this they keep bigging up the huge amount of strategy involved.

And yes, it's Hearn, I read somewhere that he admitted he had no clue what he was getting into, ill try to find it.
By:
Lori
When: 06 Jan 13 11:47
I've found it pretty boring I have to admit, and I've given it a good go.
By:
Leemo
When: 06 Jan 13 11:47
Fair play to him his company though for getting it on the map
By:
Lori
When: 06 Jan 13 11:47
http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/table-tennis/20802293
By:
happyhibee
When: 06 Jan 13 11:48
He will try anything to make a few quid. I somehow can't see this taking off like darts though
By:
Leemo
When: 06 Jan 13 11:48
Looks like the same place they have the Mosconi Cup
By:
Lori
When: 06 Jan 13 11:49
It's the Ally Pally!
By:
Lori
When: 06 Jan 13 11:50
Maybe he can put ten betfair traders in a line and watch them trade a darts match and eliminate on every few legs.
By:
happyhibee
When: 06 Jan 13 11:50
Ha ha ha ha
By:
Leemo
When: 06 Jan 13 11:51
OT: Criket - Where i am contacting at the minute i speak to a lot of Indians and they are cricket mad. They do however agree the ODI and 20/20 is farcical compared to Test. Why then do you see Indian games packed out for one dayers and not tests?
By:
Lori
When: 06 Jan 13 11:52
Because, unless you're a cricketer or a real oldschool fan, most test matches are p*ss boring.

The really good ones are REALLY REALLY good, but on average they're dull as hell.
By:
the silverback
When: 06 Jan 13 11:53
I'm sure when I was growing up Ping Pong was perceived as being like table tennis but you had to bounce your ball on your side of the table every shot. Never played it, but is that complete nonsense then?

Those bats from when I was growing up are certainly 30 years old.
By:
Lori
When: 06 Jan 13 11:53
Watching this ping pong, I just find I drift off and suddenly there's been loads of points while I was staring at the wall.
By:
Leemo
When: 06 Jan 13 11:53

Jan 6, 2013 -- 6:52AM, Lori wrote:


Because, unless you're a cricketer or a real oldschool fan, most test matches are p*ss boring.The really good ones are REALLY REALLY good, but on average they're dull as hell.


Cant agree Lori but thats prob because i am an oldschool fanLaugh

By:
Lori
When: 06 Jan 13 11:53
Must admit silverback, I know the same as everyone else now!
By:
Lori
When: 06 Jan 13 11:54
I like them too fwiw Leemo but we're in a huge minority.

My other half actually likes T20, she can bear an ODI and she won't sit in the room for a test.
By:
the silverback
When: 06 Jan 13 11:55
no line judges?
By:
Lori
When: 06 Jan 13 11:56
The athelticism?

There was a 67 year old man won a set/game/ponger/whatever yesterday ffs.
By:
happyhibee
When: 06 Jan 13 11:56
BBC on at 1pm today I take it?
By:
Lori
When: 06 Jan 13 11:56
1255 yeah
By:
Lori
When: 06 Jan 13 11:56
On now!
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