General Discussion: Gambling thread


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swede
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9537 posts since 21/3/09

22 Aug 2012 17:25
Jordan wrote: im thinking an outside bet, but something that obviously has a chance too

Laughing out loud
chinaski
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350 posts since 15/7/10

22 Aug 2012 18:24
Goldie wrote: Should've invested in the Bank Of Frankel - http://t.co/1mRB7V4v
jheeeeeeeez
timmbo
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3463 posts since 9/2/10

28 Aug 2012 19:07
timmbo wrote: not gambling, but anyone with a WH account it's worth doing the risk free offers on WH slots/games that they run each week - i've made over £600 doing it for about a year.


on one of the £5 risk free offers. failed the screenshot, but you can see the win in the 'total win' bit.
swede
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9537 posts since 21/3/09

28 Aug 2012 19:14
Cool
Serbia
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4932 posts since 22/3/06

28 Aug 2012 19:18
will they actually let you with draw that tho tim? So many ridic things where you have to win 5k before you can withdraw

went to westfield startford casino on saturday for 1st time, hectic
m15try
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1248 posts since 18/8/09

28 Aug 2012 19:20
Hills aren't cunts like that, their risk free things mean whatever you win you keep. 2nd favourite bookie after bet365.
timmbo
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3463 posts since 9/2/10

28 Aug 2012 20:46
yeah withdrew it straight away mate, no need to turn it over. ended up winning another edge note on toppa that, but then lost about 100, so came out 300 up in total (no addict)
shadaloo
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311 posts since 5/1/09

30 Aug 2012 21:55
just went on paddy power. stoke 20/1 to sign most players tomorrow.
need striker, midfielder to replace huddlestone (edu/adam) falling through and haven't got a rb at club. worth a punt.
Goldie
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4782 posts since 17/10/07

30 Aug 2012 22:02
"Error: Event has already started."
shadaloo
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311 posts since 5/1/09

30 Aug 2012 22:05
whut!? must of closed at 10, literally got mine done seconds before posting that. apologies
m15try
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1248 posts since 18/8/09

31 Aug 2012 18:49
http://games.coral.co.uk/promotions/pound10-risk-free-roulette-blackjack.html?ms=MS&sid;=20⟨=20&sid;=386510268442485092349573

Coral - put £10 on roulette/blackjack, if you lose you get it back.
Byte
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3021 posts since 16/6/10

14 Sep 2012 21:09
GetYourTipsOut had a £15 Lucky 15 that returned £790 today Smiling

Some bookies offering Camelot at evens tomorrow if you bet by a certain time, otherwise he is 2/5.
Goldie
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4782 posts since 17/10/07

15 Sep 2012 00:34
Byte wrote: GetYourTipsOut had a £15 Lucky 15 that returned £790 today Smiling

Some bookies offering Camelot at evens tomorrow if you bet by a certain time, otherwise he is 2/5.

Were you on it? My mate put his last £7.50 from his account on it, returned £374 Laughing out loud

Paddy power have Camelot at evens if you sign up for new account (max £50 bet)
Byte
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3021 posts since 16/6/10

15 Sep 2012 00:43
I didn't Laughing out loud . I had been playing there main NAP and NB's and they have had 7 winnings NAPs over the past 7 days, should of known.
Goldie
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4782 posts since 17/10/07

15 Sep 2012 00:44
Yeah I didn't do the L15, just followed their Doncaster tips which returned a nice 59 points profit Smiling
Serbia
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4932 posts since 22/3/06

15 Sep 2012 01:45
gyto still delivering regularly then?
Goldie
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4782 posts since 17/10/07

15 Sep 2012 10:41
Serbia wrote: gyto still delivering regularly then?
Yeah followed them at Donc on Wednesday and Friday and return 90+ points profit from the two days. They're at over 1,500 points profit for the year so far. I think I read not long ago that 1point to them = £60 Jawdropping!
Casper13
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1492 posts since 14/3/11

15 Sep 2012 15:49
Well Camelot ran well…
silv
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244 posts since 26/1/12

15 Sep 2012 15:53
In my opinion it wasn't going well from the start, then left too much to do at the end.
Jockey didn't find the gap quick enough and when the winner went a few lengths clear was no coming back
Goldie
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4782 posts since 17/10/07

15 Sep 2012 17:29
Haggerz wrote: In my opinion it wasn't going well from the start, then left too much to do at the end.
Jockey didn't find the gap quick enough and when the winner went a few lengths clear was no coming back
Looked to me like he was running too well at the start, very comfortable and got into his stride quickly, got his head down and coasted easily through the mile mark. Joey O'Brien was too confident and left it too late, Camelot was flying when he got to the final furlong-half furlong. Was just too late.