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lewis v webster
dancing man v cross
MVG v barney
taila v anderson

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By:
GRANTCKING
When: 29 Dec 17 11:36
lewis v webster def gonna go deep into sets, both similar ability, cross to beat dancing man 5-2 imo, MVG to beat barney 5-3, taila to beat anderson 5-3!
By:
Latalomne
When: 29 Dec 17 11:47
Lewis v Webster - Webster is a better version of Richardson.  If Lewis plays anything close to the standard he's managed in any of his three matches so far, he wins, IMHO.  How much fuel does he have in the tank, though?  These adrenaline rushes / crashes have got to take their toll at some point?  Think the price is fair enough.

Cross v VDB - I didn't really like the way Cross went missing - albeit only briefly - yesterday.  I've not seen enough of him to know whether that's a regular trait or not?  VDB has shown he can maintain a 3-figure 3DA in this tournament, but Cross has been more consistent.  Prices probably about right, but I wouldn't want to play.

MVG v RVB - Again, I didn't like the way MVG went AWOL against Price.  By rights, he should have been 2-3 down and battling for his World Championship life.  Barney has been rock solid so far but is unlikely to be able to match the scoring of an on-song MVG.  Another likely SP that won't get me playing either way.

Taylor v Subby - Big question marks over Subby's physical wellbeing after last night.  You can almost make a case for it being a coin-flip even without that.  I do think there is going to be a strange pressure on whoever find themself with their foot on Taylor's neck, with the ability to strike the final blow.  I don't think MVG would hesitate to do it, but I'm not completely convinced Subby would.  I am quite tempted by the near evens on PT....
By:
Latalomne
When: 29 Dec 17 11:48
* notch rather than maintain (makes it read like he's done it all three times, which he hasn't)
By:
Danno
When: 29 Dec 17 12:30
I'm liking Webster; playing really well and proven in the recent past to cope on TV pretty well to.  Lewis was great in Rd 2, but too many question marks after y'day where he was a different player entirely.  I'm having a play on the Demolition Man as such.

This evening, I'm opposing Anderson.  He looked awful (by his high standards last night).
By:
GRANTCKING
When: 29 Dec 17 12:32
gun to my head id go with webster aswell, think backing over the sets is the safer play
By:
Latalomne
When: 29 Dec 17 12:42
I'm not saying he can't win for the reasons above, but I'm not convinced it's accurate to say Webster's playing really well.  He's averaged 90, 90 and 94.  Lewis eats all of those.
By:
asparagus
When: 29 Dec 17 12:47
The Lewis of yesterday would still probably beat Webster so i think 1.9 is good value.
By:
The Bhoys
When: 29 Dec 17 12:53
for some reason webster seems to hit the big scores at the right times so id be on him
By:
GRANTCKING
When: 29 Dec 17 12:58
poor leg there from lewis, edgy serving for it
By:
GRANTCKING
When: 29 Dec 17 13:06
darren really struggling here, hes in trouble
By:
orzabal
When: 29 Dec 17 13:08
Your tip once again losing Grant, averages don't lie
By:
GRANTCKING
When: 29 Dec 17 13:10
my tip?
By:
orzabal
When: 29 Dec 17 13:10
The bhoys tipped him as well, no wonder the forum is dead!!!
By:
GRANTCKING
When: 29 Dec 17 13:11
think u missread what I typed, where did I say I had or was backing webster?
By:
Danno
When: 29 Dec 17 13:12
Hmmm, Webster not yet at the races.   Plenty of time though Excited
By:
The Bhoys
When: 29 Dec 17 13:15
didnt back him tho. laid lewis 5-0 ScaredScaredScared
By:
orzabal
When: 29 Dec 17 13:20
gun to my head id go with webster aswell, think backing over the sets is the safer play

Matters not both losing badly!!!!
By:
GRANTCKING
When: 29 Dec 17 13:21
Laugh no wonder this forum is dead with mugs like orzabal
By:
wondersobright
When: 29 Dec 17 13:21
lewis looks a potential high calibre player imo
played great v wright & this match so far
& can win uglyish like last night
By:
wondersobright
When: 29 Dec 17 13:23
3-0 loooois
By:
orzabal
When: 29 Dec 17 13:24
Grant, you must be down about £2 as that must be your limits or you would be bankrupt, every post is just pure nonsense!!
By:
GRANTCKING
When: 29 Dec 17 13:26
orzabal give us a screenshot of ur bet on lewis, im expecting 4 figures+
By:
GRANTCKING
When: 29 Dec 17 13:27
infact where is ur post pre match about ur pick? oh wait there isnt one, u waited till mid game to aftertime lmao
By:
orzabal
When: 29 Dec 17 13:30
Match is pretty one sided think I will go and find some of Grants posts, comedy gold all of it inane drivell.

No bet for me and no need for name calling thanks
By:
GRANTCKING
When: 29 Dec 17 13:30
Laugh u dont need to find mines, just show us yours please!
By:
GRANTCKING
When: 29 Dec 17 13:31
infact why are u even in this thread, why dont u make ur own?!?!
By:
wondersobright
When: 29 Dec 17 13:31
4 zip
By:
orzabal
When: 29 Dec 17 13:32
Type    Odds    Stake (£)    Liability (£)    Potential Profit (£)    Status
29-Dec-17
11:51:46     Jamie Lewis v Darren Webster
Jamie Lewis - Match Odds
Betfair Bet ID 1:112395626879 | Matched: 29-Dec-17 12:11:40     Back    1.93     82.46     --
    76.69
    Matched
By:
The Bhoys
When: 29 Dec 17 13:32
4-0 CryCry
By:
Latalomne
When: 29 Dec 17 13:32

Dec 29, 2017 -- 7:32AM, The Bhoys wrote:


4-0


How bad is it, Bhoys?!?

By:
orzabal
When: 29 Dec 17 13:33
Just back against you Grant, keep them coming
By:
GRANTCKING
When: 29 Dec 17 13:33
orzabal congrats on ur big win, 76 notes is impressive!
By:
GRANTCKING
When: 29 Dec 17 13:33
why didnt u put a proper stake on seeing as u were so confident Confused
By:
The Bhoys
When: 29 Dec 17 13:35
Not that bad i took a red at 3-0 but i expected this to be tight so 1 set was never in question Mischief
By:
Danno
When: 29 Dec 17 13:35
Alright chaps, stop bickering.  Devil
We all have our opinions; sometimes we get them right, sometimes wrong.  I thought Webster would play better, but he's having a shocker.  That's just the way it goes at times.  No big deal.
By:
orzabal
When: 29 Dec 17 13:36
Depends on your outlook as to what represents a big stake, don't feel the need to come on here and blow hot air though, it is clearly 76 notes more than you have won though so that makes me feel nice and good
By:
The Bhoys
When: 29 Dec 17 13:37
exactly danno and watever one thinks i a big stake is there own perception
By:
wondersobright
When: 29 Dec 17 13:37
lewis is a machine
By:
wondersobright
When: 29 Dec 17 13:38
180, 140, 170 fck me
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