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Discussion in 'Special & Novelty Betting' started by slick, Nov 11, 2014.

  1. Punter

    Punter Moderator

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    The one thing i will remember for next year is not to underestimate the amount of contestants that can get immunity from the 1st eviction!
  2. slick

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    Looking at Seens Betfair list there were some amazing odds last week.

    I wouldn't like to try and call a winner even yet, all the stand out personalities have gone so there's nobody left in there with any shock value.
    I suppose the only real personality left is Edwina Curry and I would like to think she has no chance as by nature the country's labour voters would be against her but the same could be said of Carol Thatcher and look what happened to her.

    I think the value at the moment lies with Curry with a view to laying off, Foggy and Sykes are too middle of the road now and I think those two will be next to go and then it will come to a showdown between Quickenden and Curry.
    Both are the sort of personalities that have won in the past.
  3. Seen

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    In the last hour 'they've' smashed Foggy in to 1.72 (now bounced a little to 1.79) - he was 2nd fav earlier today. I don't want to come across as paranoid but it does look like 'they' know who is leading the votes.
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  4. Seen

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    And someone is supremely confident that Mel is going to finish 3rd - trying to get £999 on at 1.4 in the 8th elimination market.

    edit: they've moved it down to 1.35 now.
  5. rcgills

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    Don't get why the fuck Foggy's eating those 4th and 5th courses in the Bushtucker trial. He's already got the meals for the 3 of them, the 4th and 5th ones are for a drink and a treat for himself - wouldn't he be better off eating the steak and chips and the hotdog they offered him, that'd count as his treat anyway, without the need to eat cockroaches and a camel's cock to get it.
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  6. Punter

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    Foggy now 1/3.

    If memory serves though, a 1/7 shot was turned over 3 or 4 yrs back?
  7. rcgills

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    Although having said that, all of those dishes looked better than those chicken crouton lollipops Iceland are advertising in the break :puke
  8. Punter

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    :lol True.
  9. Seen

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    Mel 3rd. Wow, it's almost as if someone knew :lookaround
  10. ONEDUNME

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    :lol RC.

    I'm happy to take on Foggy at 1/3 still .
  11. Seen

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    Ended up -£11.18 (would have been +8p had Jake won :lol), happy with that considering how bad my early book was (got fucked over with Craig Charles leaving), but feel I've wasted 2 weeks of my life having traded a total of £6,839.83 back and forth.



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  12. ONEDUNME

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    Me too Seen. I won a grand total of £1.87. My big gamble was that Charles would maybe come back in which obviously never happened but would have made me hundreds even after laying some off.

    Oh well, we go again!
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  13. Punter

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    A small loss for me all markets included. I'll be back for this next year though :)
  14. peleus

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    Those are inevitable I guess. I'm optimistic it will be a good year onto the next one too! [​IMG]

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