Sep 7, 2018 -- 5:12PM, timbuctooth wrote:
Thanks, JOT and army, but even foolhardy idiots get lucky sometimes. Besides, I`ve not been alone, there has been a handful of posters with me.
The dilemma is when he goes odds against but not by very much. Do you level up for a much smaller loss than before or do you take the chance that the market is still over-estimating his chances?
My gut feeling is the odds, if wrong, will be slow to rise to their true level due to people covering their reds in poor liquidity. Come the final the liquidity ought to be better and the odds more reliable.
O.T. - Did Nadal retire?
Sep 7, 2018 -- 5:19PM, Henry VIII wrote:
Here's a fun one for you: Ryan's sister, on behalf of the family, is trying to get Ryan's formal warning rescinded. Of course it should be rescinded but BB are ignoring them. If Ryan didn't win it would be more convenient for them and the warning would be more easily forgotten. Best give Kirstie great edits.
* gf, not sister