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Simon - Bracciali
12 Feb 13 22:20
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Above all women matches...Dubois, Min, Belluccimug!yesterday tsonga made me lose 1400 $

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By:
booyakasha
When: 12 Feb 13 22:20
mug bets
By:
Simon - Bracciali
When: 12 Feb 13 22:22
mug players imho
By:
Darlo Bantam
When: 12 Feb 13 22:25
You're not supposed to just predict one or two winners to make money.
By:
jin_kazz
When: 12 Feb 13 22:55
yeah but you can predict trades

what is really unpredictable is NBA

it's either totally fixed or these mugs experiencing some strange group lack of form from time to time
By:
jin_kazz
When: 12 Feb 13 22:56
tennis is great for trading but predicting winner is suicidal here

it's better to just flip a coin and pick the winner
By:
wasu
When: 12 Feb 13 22:58
just take the right moment to bet and trade out!

easy job after several years following tennis and seen 1000 matches Wink
By:
smb360
When: 12 Feb 13 23:01
BEARS **** IN THE WOODS
By:
jin_kazz
When: 12 Feb 13 23:02
you was able to take tsonga @3 in the second set and then green out @1.3 for equal green everywhere

it's a huge value
By:
Darlo Bantam
When: 12 Feb 13 23:04
Nice to know after the event. If he'd lost that break point you'd have lost your stake.
By:
jin_kazz
When: 12 Feb 13 23:08
yeah but he didn't
By:
jin_kazz
When: 12 Feb 13 23:09
and if you know that he often come backs from *15-40 against mugs then it's not so risky bet
By:
Darlo Bantam
When: 12 Feb 13 23:10
FWIW I agree that backing players - or certainly certain ones - on break point will almost certainly make money from trading in the long run, but it's pointless picking out just one or two examples because it's not always going to happen.
By:
jin_kazz
When: 12 Feb 13 23:25
just example not rule for every player

and also it worked 'coz sijsling is a very big choker

and one more example: bellucci was @1.1ish in the 2nd set but clearly something was wrong with him and now he gonna lose the match

even bigger value

but you need to know players, their psychology, their behaviour and some past common situations with these players
By:
;[p
When: 12 Feb 13 23:35
picking winner is good in some stages of tournament with certain players, but its all about the odds and the weight of tournament matchups surfaces form etc, so its easier to predict that at some point of the match player can reach certain value, if you know the players well and market movements, but what is suicidal is not trading where the lay is quite cheap and match still in progress and odds reaching some extrema. sitting on winning bets and hoping is not valuable, take what you got and be happy
By:
Maestro_71
When: 13 Feb 13 06:02
just lay a player when you think they're looking like they will win. Sounds silly but that'll bring you long-term profit.
By:
Maestro_71
When: 13 Feb 13 06:04
I don't just mean in any match. Mostly when players are fairly closely matched.
By:
SIR_Bond
When: 13 Feb 13 10:40
lol you make sound all so easy

everyone wins on betfair
By:
Maestro_71
When: 13 Feb 13 14:41
it is easy. Just done it with Baghdatis.
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