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casemoney
02 Apr 21 00:06
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What percentage should one factor in when having a bet on Greyhounds ?  People may say it works both ways I disagree with that of Course on the Odd occasion it does ...

Perhaps one of the most used words in greyhound racing  is " DESPERATE " if a study was carried out over say 1000 Races  ,What percentage of results would include the "L FACTOR"

The %  would be interesting to know , I would say around 10/15 % of Losing bets would be involved  perhaps 5% the other way .. I will add a List of L FACTOR happenings tomorrow Grin

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By:
casemoney
When: 02 Apr 21 00:09
BTW this is not a moaning thread after years of Punting dogs we are all aware anything can and on a bad run probably will happen . Happy
By:
casemoney
When: 02 Apr 21 13:11
I would say more luck involved than any other sport , Think of the Big Comps how much is a dog winning the Derby down to the Luck of the Draw or Staying Fit .
By:
diddlydee1
When: 02 Apr 21 14:35
grading racing is akin to doing the lottery at some tracks...
By:
casemoney
When: 02 Apr 21 15:28
Add in an Unknown Bias when playing on the Earlies Grin

Dogs falling out of the box 

Selection being attacked by a lunatic During races

Races being stopped due to dogs running the wrong way after a fall

Dog going wrong During race

Must be plenty more , the list is endless

Nailed Dogs , Live dogs Laugh
By:
casemoney
When: 02 Apr 21 15:32
Feet getting caught In Muzzle

Dogs turning in box
By:
casemoney
When: 02 Apr 21 22:43
Will add betting unknown Lunatics Grin
By:
GTFI
When: 03 Apr 21 10:40
1st and 2nd having a fight feet before the line as 3rd - (now the winner) runs past them
By:
GTFI
When: 03 Apr 21 10:42
Dogs too busy trying to dig a hole in the traps to get to the Bitches to realise the trap door opened 10 secs ago
By:
casemoney
When: 03 Apr 21 12:12
Laugh its all part and parcel of your investment , Imagine telling someone who knew nowt about dogs your having a bet but this is what can go Wrong in any given race Laugh
By:
casemoney
When: 03 Apr 21 12:13
I should imagine they would walk quickly away Grin
By:
casemoney
When: 03 Apr 21 12:17
The old code layers back slappers fest at the 7th bend , all of a sudden Mike Tysons sister arrives on the Scene .
By:
casemoney
When: 03 Apr 21 12:20
Back in the day you had the occasional Chair thrown onto a track Laugh
By:
casemoney
When: 03 Apr 21 12:21
All that and I aint mentioned the Hare Breaking down Laugh
By:
casemoney
When: 03 Apr 21 12:28
WE have had Dogs escaping from Kennels to join in races ,that 10-15% is beginning to look a bit low TBH .
By:
GTFI
When: 03 Apr 21 13:07
Watched one the other day,  he took the lead off him putting him in the traps,  and the dog bolted from him,   did his own race while the other 5 were still in the boxes lmao.  yup,  it got voided of course
By:
GTFI
When: 03 Apr 21 13:08
It proved one thing though,  they dont need a hare to chase,  he did a full circuit running after feckall :)
By:
casemoney
When: 29 Jun 21 14:25
A new one has hit the list , the possibility of your selection being fired into orbit as the traps open .
By:
LoyalHoncho
When: 29 Jun 21 15:20
I've always known that GTFI.  Have seen, and several times, as I'm sure many have, traps being triggered early ( for whatever reason ) and the full six pack chasing bu gger all for the full race trip. I also once saw the same field boxed again after the last and the race ran - and that on a warm summer's night!  Criminal really.  And I agree with case - the Derby has long since been an endurance test where good luck is an essential.  But we keep coming back for more.  Plain
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