Feb 10, 2020 -- 5:33AM, themover wrote:
Ireland's leaders spending too much time dealing with EU issues and taking their eye off the ball at home. If only the Scots voted on domestic issues the SNP wouldn't be running the show north of the border.
Lol, the SNP have been in control of Holyrood since 2007. Thirteen years and counting...
Feb 10, 2020 -- 9:09AM, pa lapsy wrote:
Last price matched on the exchange 10/1 SF most seats, you could have had a bonanza here PP trading albeit a not very liquid market, still a glimmer you might be right.Best of luck if still involved.
I'm not involved now as I traded out after keen leaders advice. I will make about £75 if FF most seats, £34 Sinn Fein, £210 FG. FF probably still favourites I guess. The market I was really concentrating on was the FF under/over 50.5 seats market and as you will guess from up thread I am heavy into unders. Very confident of a nice payday on that one.
Feb 10, 2020 -- 4:02PM, pa lapsy wrote:
"Led all the way,weakened inside last 50 yards,caught on line."That is my glass is half empty synopsis, great run though.
The judge has called for a print.
Feb 19, 2020 -- 6:03AM, spurs to buy big wrote:
The next Irish Government market seems to be missing quite a few runners including Paddy Power joint fav FF/FG /GREEN/SD
It's extremely difficult for any bookmaker/exchange to offer odds on every eventuality in such a complex market.