Discussion in 'Special & Novelty Betting' started by ONEDUNME, Feb 18, 2015.
Well thats fcuked it for Howson then.
This Kevin Sinfield has been constantly supported since the final 10 has been announced.
I've had to add some more to him and that's my final bet. I guess he's going to have a million Rugby fans voting for him.
I've probably had to much on in this market than i'd of liked, i can only be hopeful now.
Frome - Gorgeous Profit
Murray - Tidy Profit
Sinfield - Nice Profit
Fury - Packet of fags Loss.
The rest excluding Ennis - Not good at all.
Ennis - Total fucking disaster (slag).
Small e.w bet on Frome @ 100/1 Coral. 1/4 odds, 2 places
Small bet on Frome top 3 finish @ 9/1 Paddy P's
Small bet on Sinfield @ 8/1 Bet Victor.
On the "tidy profit" on Murray
Can I say it is already a 2 horse race between Mo Farah and Jessica Ennis-Hill
If/When they win their respective gold/golds in Rio - Who could beat them?
I think that all depends if he gets a shoot at Fury, can't see it happening next yr though but you never know.
England Win Euro 2016
Any chance you could rejoin the real world
Who are the many others ?
I would like to know
The euros are wide open. who's to say a quarter final or semi final place for Wales with Bale top scorer in the competition won't win him the prize?
Somebody like Johanna Konta
However in an olympic year I think she will need to at least win a wimbledon title to be a contender
Wales would need to win at the very least - and would that win over the BRITISH public -Not sure
Star player for England - Dele Ali- Great goal today but maybe a bit early - not sure
Had a good days punting yesterday and took Bale @ 50/1
Well then neither will win spoty 2016.
Can't knock Dele Alli though, he's coming on a treat and takes the chance superbly.
Skybet on Ronnie again, E.W @ 40/1.
I genuinely believe he has strong place claims this year. He's in the form of his life and i believe he'll sustain it for the rest of the year. The quotes of "the best snooker player there's ever been" are becoming way more frequent.
He's just won the Welsh open, his 3rd trophy of 2016. He has the World Championship coming up in April and he's 7/4 to win that too.
There isn't a player out there that's close to him, he's been genius since his sabbatical.
He's up for a good year and he's out to chase Stephen Hendry's 36 world ranking titles.
Jamie Vardy the fav and Joshua second fav
I'll still take Ennis Hill or Farah