Apr 1, 2020 -- 12:47AM, Willie Shafter. wrote:
no swad..dont know anyone who takes notice of sectionals.
Because its irrelevant?
Apr 2, 2020 -- 7:53PM, G Hall wrote:
DumplingheidSome great points there,point no 4 interestd me, how does that work in practice, ie how can working with someone else,prevent going on tilt.
Women, of which you have very little charm, Geraldine, since you are one of those funny women, always love the manhood in me.
Apr 3, 2020 -- 10:20PM, G Hall wrote:
Thanks for your words of wisdom cutter, after your well thought out advice I have decided not to become a full time bettor,how can I ever thank you
Wise decision, never put your cart on a donkey !! Have you ever considered automation as an alternative ...
Apr 10, 2020 -- 10:44AM, ProSniper wrote:
"I am backing at prices..as i said,its the headspace that suffers"And what causes that is a) impatience. b) wavering belief in M.O.Whatever form of gambling you practice in, you must strive to master self-control. A control that will only come when a) one understands/appreciates and fully accepts the harsh realities of variance. b) one has a wanting will (to stick to the process) that carries greater strength than any impulse that prompts actions that can only ever result in longterm damage/failure. And btw Hally, for anyone considering gambling for a living(or just going FT for some xtra monies in addition to other income sauces) I'd never advise straight punting over trading. Understand if you're the driver of a hoss outfit..or even closely connected to any, you can cheat your way into big monies with great ease. Straight punting with big sums is the only way to go in that case. But if you're a complete outsider, you've chosen the toughest form of gambling to make anything substantial. The simple fact is that straight punting can't offer neither the flexibility nor the amount of ops that trading throws up. Additionally the latter will also reward you with a much smoother equity curve..as opposed to the turbulent, jagged rollercoaster that comes with straight punting(-exlusive info)
Good post Sniper. Appreciated. Still evolving here and it can get a bit bumpy but I try.
Apr 13, 2020 -- 11:09AM, PeteTheBloke wrote:
I'd say pick your horses, put your bets on and then go and enjoy life. If it works, carry on,if it doesn't, get a job again.The point is, sitting on Betfair for hours on end is not fun and it's not leisure.
Pete, I totally agree with what you say about sitting on betfair for hours on end not being fun, or leisure.
I switch on, log-in, scan the inplay coupon, such that it is, looking for particular mkt-situations. If there's nothing for me I'm happy to log-out. Unlike Mr.Hall, I'd be happy to sit on a profit-making-strategy, and play once or twice a month or whenever an opportunity presents itself. I've been taking an interest in certain matches in the last few days because I had an idea, something caught my eye but I don't think it's going anywhere. I would like to think that I'm getting a feel for the mkts that I get involved with and the only way, I think, is to have a small interest. You lose you learn.