Dec 22, 2012 -- 11:23PM, ShirleyKnot wrote:
Could somebody point me towards the Beeb statement that declares a joint second place please?Backing at odds on is deffo bad news if dead heat rules apply. I can only think that the people backing Kimberley at the last knockings as those prices knew the voting results. Fair justice imvho1. Louis / 2. Kimberley on the forecast1.20 £1981.27 £2001.28 £2201.30 £201.33 £4301.35 £2301.37 £201.39 £111.40 £3021.41 £41.42 £344Kimberley as runner up:1.22 £411.33 £518Kimberley as top female:1.16 £161.17 £41.18 £6001.19 £1,204
Denise and Kimberley are Strictly 2012's runners-up
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Dec 23, 2012 -- 6:53AM, mach wrote:
If the BBC take the view that the number of votes cast settles who wins the contest, but the two contestants left are joint runners up irrespectively of votes cast, then knowing who got the most votes between Kim and DVO is irrelevant. Even if votes are released and kim got the 2nd highest you should still be paid out on DVO under dead heat rules as there is no 3rd place in the contest under the rules that the BBC are using to run the contest.It's a BBC event their rules must apply.
You would think dead heat rules apply. Take a look at @betfairhelp timeline for this morning, However.
Dec 22, 2012 -- 5:25PM, George Bailey wrote:
Does anyone ever not have regrets when a special ends?
There is no 'ends' as plenty more to come in the year of our lord 2013
I wish that SCD and X-factor were over and done with in say 6 weeks and not the current drawn out affair.
Dec 23, 2012 -- 12:02PM, johnnyrant wrote:
Anyone had any dealings yet with Ladbrokes over their top female/straight forecast stance?
nope...have they paid on o/r yet? If not why not?
Dec 24, 2012 -- 5:22AM, LOU MACARIS TARTAN B wrote:
I wonder why they would pay out in full though when it's a dead heat.