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26 May 23 20:28
Date Joined: 15 Mar 12
| Topic/replies: 11,911 | Blogger: Gaze733's blog
Back long shots, they lose at 1.02 or 1.1 to some 35/1 rag, lay a 4th fav that wins, lay a short fav that comes back to win from 120 IR, back a long shot which you really think will win or place but forget to do the place bet @6.0 and it places. Then you try to get it back in the next race and some other similar horseshlt happens.
Pause Switch to Standard View You ever get one of those cursed days?
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Report CagliariG May 26, 2023 8:30 PM BST
Shave your pubes and then realise your balls confuse you?

Report Manoleeds May 26, 2023 10:22 PM BST
What's the difference between a long shot and a 35/1 rag?
Report Rico-Dangleflaps May 26, 2023 10:59 PM BST
6ft 6
Report Gaze733 May 27, 2023 5:32 AM BST
long shots are BSP 8-19, rags are 20+
Report sageform May 27, 2023 12:09 PM BST
I get cursed days but that is when the same system I always use and find moderately good produces 6 losers on the trot, most of them finishing second.
Report Gaze733 May 27, 2023 12:14 PM BST
One of the recently released lay services has had 3 or 4 bad lays in a row a few times already at avg BSP around 4. You can have 10 years of experience and still lay 4 winners in a row.
Report Hayden May 27, 2023 1:21 PM BST
Experience is vastly over rated in most walks of life as it generally means if you've done something once you can do so again.

In gambling possessing the ability & foresight to adapt to change is far more valuable.

Best of luck today Gaze , hope you avoid the dreaded curse   Happy
Report geoff m May 27, 2023 1:33 PM BST
thats gambling for yer.   Surprising for someone who gives the impression of having this game by the bollax that hes not realised this type of sh!t happens before now.
Report stu May 27, 2023 2:40 PM BST
Had so many 'cursed days' over the many years of being a gambler that I've forgotten many of them.

Dealing with the bad runs is a key part of being a successful gambler - most fail at it though, which is why there are not many successful gamblers, compared to the less successful.

As a gambler, if treating it like a job, it is your job to deal with bad runs correctly - not easy.
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