May 11, 2019 -- 2:53PM, Andrew.in.Sweden wrote:
Should have posted Tara Dylan, backed down to 2/1f. Joined by rival and fell 3 out.
andrew tara had every chance when it fell,, imo would have won,,GL
May 16, 2019 -- 9:55PM, happysandwich wrote:
AndrewI know this has been asked before but would it not be beneficial to increase the 5/2 to 3/1?It would slightly improve the strike rate but better still it would give you more scope for a selection.I mention this because on your last thread you always proofed you got 5/2 or less but on a couple of occasions I waited too long and layed as big as 9/2.Didn’t make any difference to me I always won the same amount (provided they lost).I know you will say leave it at 5/2 but maybe Lampus, Lucky Luciano, Flash (Ed) Bookie, TheAnorak, Mart and a few of your other regular followers can say yes or no or give an opinion.On a personal basis, I just type the amount I want to win in the box and kiss my money goodbye and it keeps coming back.Works for me.
my view would be the same as hologon, that Andrew leaves the criteria the same ie maximum 5/2 then if it drifts its your personal choice if getting involved. On the odd occasion ive actually fancied the laybet before it has been put up then i wouldnt get involved rather than laying an horse I originally fancied. I have not chased the price out in the past, once it gone past 3.80ish instead ive waited and hope it comes back in or if not have posted an in running lay at 3.5 or sometimes less somewhere between 2.5 and 3. if as some of the lays that they look beaten in the early part of the race i wont get matched but often i have been matched at shorter than 3.5 and if its has won then has cost me less. did try opposing the laybet in match bets but that didnt work out to be profitable