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Chosen®
13 Dec 09 21:48
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Does the level of sp staking (back/lay) on a particular selection have any bearing on the sp? Or is that determined purely by the state of the pre-inplay market at the time of the off.

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Report ZEALOT December 14, 2009 10:54 AM GMT
if a horse is , say 3.5 just before the off and the horse goes off in front stealing many lengths the bsp will be alot lower due to the track people seeing it 2 secs before us
it'll probably go off under 3
Report Chosen® December 14, 2009 12:28 PM GMT
I really hope that's not true. Do you notice this sort of thing happening often?
Report ZEALOT December 14, 2009 1:06 PM GMT
in those sort of circumstances
say a 2m hurdle race ---yes
Report SHAPESHIFTER December 14, 2009 2:10 PM GMT
ZEALOT, when you say "the track", do you mean the point of the "off" or the point that the SP is determined.

When betfair suspend and go into transition to inplay, the SP is calculated at the point of SUSPENSION which is at the exact moment of the "actual" off.
Report Moon Light December 14, 2009 2:17 PM GMT
In these jump races, stealing lengths can become obvious before the actual off.
Report Plant December 14, 2009 2:27 PM GMT
Moon Light 14 Dec 15:17

In these jump races, stealing lengths can become obvious before the actual off.



In the case of Twist Magic in the Tingle Creek (BSP 3.02 v 9/4 industry), it was obvious as they were coming into line, but before the off, that he was going to nick a lead.
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