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By:
ashleigh
When: 01 Jul 23 07:32
pk

batai dubai
thermoscope
pogo
omniscient
nathanael greene
By:
ashleigh
When: 01 Jul 23 10:34
can't access pushes.Sad
By:
Ramruma
When: 01 Jul 23 11:24
Yeah Elon Musk has blocked Twitter to non-account holders, so I've taken one for the team and signed up.

Sir Drifters

12.20 Nc Raatea 3/1
12.55 Nc Brad the Brief 4/1
1.30 Nc Blow Your Horn 9/2

2.05 Nc Golden Rules 5/1
3.50 Nc Shimmering Sands 4/1
4.25 Nc Lexington Knight 7/2
By:
elisjohn
When: 01 Jul 23 11:32
cheers ramruna, couldnt understand why i couldnt access twitter since thursday
By:
shut up
When: 01 Jul 23 13:05
Interesting to note all the ones Ash does not like are available at bigger odds now than the price he was willing to lay them earlier.

Ash,how long after they are announced do you share them with Elon Musk ?
By:
ImSoLuckyLucky!
When: 01 Jul 23 13:11
LaughLaughLaugh
By:
xmoneyx
When: 01 Jul 23 13:37
jockey blow your horn

useless c@nt
By:
ashleigh
When: 01 Jul 23 16:44
ts 0/3
pk 1/5 batal dubai
my laysLaugh  1/6 lexington knight
By:
unitedbiscuits
When: 01 Jul 23 18:03
I don't understand Tom Segal's relationship with the Racing Post now.

Bookies emasculated his impact when they ceased to honour overnight prices.

What does "Pricewise" mean to RP readers now?

Why doesn't Tom Segal follow Hugh Taylor?

I guess it depends on Segal's salary at the RP. If you were Tom, why ever leave that position?
By:
leif
When: 01 Jul 23 18:23
Sir Tom is just another RP hook to sign up subscribers promising them exclusive 'tips' except they omit the minor detail that prices are gone before they get access.

Bookies would clean up if they honoured the price of his selections even if it's to a maximum stake. [guy couldn't tip ashes in recent times bar the odd flurry]

Pricewise, along with the rest just there for reference as to why hosses have tightened up.

Sir Tom knows that Sir Hugh is an AW astute tipster but has an employer that insists he tips every day of the week and for codes he dislikes.

Watching Sir Tom and Sir Paul squirming like eels day after day on RP shows looking totally embarrassed at their desperate tipping is uncomfortable viewing. Twas a toss-up as to who looked the most suicidal during Royal Ascot. But yeah, they won't bite the hand that feeds 'em
By:
unitedbiscuits
When: 01 Jul 23 18:36
Bookies would clean up if they honoured the price of his selections even if it's to a maximum stake. [guy couldn't tip ashes in recent times bar the odd flurry - Wrong leif. They would be cleaned out. That's why bookies don't offer it anymore. But what is the point of a Pricewise column when you don't know the prices available to your readers?
By:
leif
When: 01 Jul 23 18:38
Must have been nought from 20 odd selections at RA barring the odd ante-post tilt.
Must have cleaned up along with PK nose-diving into oblivion.
Money for old rope laying those porkers.
By:
leif
When: 01 Jul 23 18:40
Books taking the pish propping these fookers up on t'internet/ RP pages with joe punter perming their tips up in multis.
Relying on their reputations rather than results.
By:
Ramruma
When: 01 Jul 23 18:42
TWITTER PANIC OVER.

Elon Musk has tweeted that requiring logins to see what Ash doesn't fancy is only a temporary measure.

https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1674865731136020505
(which of course you might not be able to see, so I'll put it in italics below)


Temporary emergency measure. We were getting data pillaged so much that it was degrading service for normal users!


Basically he is complaining about ChatGPT and similar AI bots.
By:
unitedbiscuits
When: 01 Jul 23 20:17
I'm sorry but you're wrong, leif.

You wouldn't lay forumites a tenner every pricewise tip at the prices available when he writes his column but, if you did, you would be skint.
By:
leif
When: 01 Jul 23 20:52
Does anyone know what 'available prices' actually connotes these days. It seems a term that belongs to times gone by.
Trundled out like mama's apple pie.

There appears to be several prices pre-race .
A mythical 'available' price, one that appears miliseconds after it's announced there's a tip to be backed and another that has been slashed to threads shortly after the first two events.

Still plenty of mugs prepared to back these tips blindly.

Are there any stats for their tips, profit and loss wise?
By:
shut up
When: 04 Jul 23 01:00
He became a joke a couple of years ago when he let slip the Racing Post (the bookies) said which races he had to pick a horse from.

The Racing Post has long been run by the bookies but idiot book shop mugs  are to stupid to realise it.
By:
Ramruma
When: 04 Jul 23 08:27
shut up -- "He became a joke a couple of years ago when he let slip the Racing Post (the bookies) said which races he had to pick a horse from."

Erm, it has been like that from the beginning and if you think about how Pricewise works, it has to be that way.

Right from the off in February 1987, Pricewise was based on the races the bookmakers priced up and advertised in the paper. Who decides which races the bookies put in their adverts? Obviously, it's the bookmakers.

Then came the Pricewise guarantee, where bookies agreed to hold their prices for 15 minutes on a Saturday morning. Again, that was something determined by the bookmakers.

Arguably, now the books price up every race and hold no prices, Pricewise could change but even now, it would have to be races the books price up early the day before, which again is chosen by the bookmakers.

Sir Tom Segal did not "let slip" anything that we did not already know, and that had never been secret.
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