Sep 29, 2015 -- 12:26PM, Westender wrote:
Melbourne City Cup Match£0 yes not a penny on the correct score market£2,452 on the match oddsPaddy Power Mgt working wonders in Exchange DestructionNo doubt Darlo Bunting and jamesbean will be on soon telling us otherwise
You still haven't completed that challenge of finding a single post of mine where I believe liquidity is still on the up.
Then again, I don't know why you expect any sympathy from anyone when you admitted you can't make money because you're not first to lay scores that are no longer possible.
Sep 29, 2015 -- 10:11PM, Westender wrote:
Here they come Darlo Bantam and jamesdean - the forum's Richard and Judy Both Trolls that people see a mile away with common characteristics:1. Start making things up.2. Changing usernames.3. Post abuse.4. Avoid the issues.5. Fail to answer questions.Two cheeks of the same arris who think the future is bright under Paddy Power Mgt Both on suicide watch when Betfair disappears as neither have a job or life.
Bit rich ain't it. I issued you a challenge (several times) and you've yet to even try and come up with an answer, instead you just resort to avoiding the issues, making things up and name calling. Just because more than one person disagrees with you, doesn't mean they're in cahoots - it's called reasoned debate. I wouldn't mind some reasoned debate but I fear it's a lost cause where you're concerned. As for suicide watch, I'm not the one who constantly complains about the drop in liquidity, constantly complains about some non-descript match not being in-play on the exchange or constantly complains that it's not possible to make a minimum wage from Betfair.
Anyway, mr romford summed it up far more succinctly.
Nov 29, 2015 -- 8:39PM, Johnny The Guesser wrote:
Nobody is going to let a £3bn business slowly die.Management now have a near perfect business model. Mugs directed to sports books ..Shrewdies grinding themselves to dust on the exchange. Throw in In house risk management through the exchange. What's not to like ?The price sensitive recreational punter can still dip in and out of exchange / fixed odds at near to 100% books. Nothing much changes for him. If he can no longer get a fair price on some of the more obscure markets he shrugs and moves on.
well put !!!!!!