Nov 6, 2011 -- 2:57PM, squares wrote:
swift and efficient execution.
This. I didn't think they'd do it so easily
Nov 6, 2011 -- 2:57PM, George Bailey wrote:
you bail out GB?
Not from Johnny much GB, not worth it, but was totally free from Risk. And a rare elimination win
Nov 6, 2011 -- 3:42PM, annie. wrote:
The problem with the posters on this thread is that they are mostly men, hence not understanding the appeal of frankie and the NON APPEAL of the risk. Whereas I am woman and I backed frankie at 250/1 today to go with my other large odds bets. So now I have him to win over £8000 for peanuts. He probably won't win so I mostly will lay him off. I was looking again at my market today and thinking of whom I most liked or disliked least and the surprising answer was frankie. And this is not after timing as I said it last weak. At the beginning I thought he was an arrogant, conceited twit, but I have been warming to him lately as he seems to be genuine, unlike the rest of them. And lets face it he does not have much competition and certainly no competition in the male stakes, especially now the risk has gone. I also had my biggest red on the risk, but I had also made the princely sum of £11 by laying them. Charlie was sweet, but the rest were nondescript or actually horrible (guess who)
I must be in touch with my feminine side annie as I could have posted this
Nov 6, 2011 -- 4:45PM, annie. wrote:
Thanks, Danzaa, but I do not post a lot because of the abuse I get.Also I did not want frankie's odds to go down until I had my bets and the same with the risk. Posters were comparing them with JLS but they were not a patch on them. I backed JLS from the beginning and won on them even though they lost. JLS had the x factor, whereas the risk had the minus factor. I backed the risk right at the start when they were 14/1 but soon got out when they did not improve. As I have said before that is what I do, buy high and sell low.Cider, I know I should have and that is a weakness with my betting that I cannot bet a lot at low odds. There have been many favourites that I have felt certain would win, but cannot bring myself to back them at tiny odds.
Annie Cider was saying you could have laid frankie at 1/6 not backed him at small odds as you seem to think. If I have that wrong apologies for my ignorance.