September 3, 2004 at 10:37 #1515
An excercise to try and double a bank of 500 points in a two week period will I think help brighten up some of the days ahead hopefully.
Although the selections that will be posted under this header are not selected by way of a sysytem I did not wish to post these selections in any other Forum heading, so I hope Matron will not spank me!!. ;)
Firstly, these do not come along everyday so there will be days where nothing can be found.<br>Secondly, a decent strike rate will have to be acheived in order to reach the target.<br>Thirdly, all the selections will be taken down AFTER each race is run.<br>
(Edited by Robotica at 12:31 pm on Sep. 3, 2004)September 3, 2004 at 10:39 #55083
Bet NO: 1.<br>Kempton 4.10 (40 points) Lost
(Edited by Robotica at 8:47 pm on Sep. 4, 2004)September 3, 2004 at 11:14 #55084MatronParticipant
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No spanking Robotica!
Please feel free to post your selections here and good luck.
Regards- Matron<br>:cool:September 4, 2004 at 12:08 #55086
<br>Bet NO: 2<br>Stratford 3.55 (30 points) Lost
(Edited by Robotica at 8:45 pm on Sep. 4, 2004)September 10, 2004 at 13:22 #55089
Bet NO:3<br>Doncaster 2.25 (80 points) Lost
(Edited by Robotica at 10:37 pm on Sep. 10, 2004)September 10, 2004 at 13:24 #55092
Bet NO:4<br>Doncaster 3.0 (80 points) Lost
(Edited by Robotica at 10:38 pm on Sep. 10, 2004)September 10, 2004 at 19:55 #55095snowmanParticipant
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Unlucky today with 2 seconds mate. :(
I’m interested in your 1st post, where you make the point that these aren’t being chosen using a system. I know what you mean, but all of us probably use a selection ‘method’ – even sticking a pin in the paper is a ‘method’! :biggrin:
It’s only a short step from a method to a system. ;)September 10, 2004 at 21:39 #55097
It’s the act of not taking that small step that makes a lot of difference.September 24, 2004 at 09:00 #55100snowmanParticipant
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I know the original two week period has elapsed but there are still 270 points in your bank. Are you waiting for an opportunity? You did forewarn that these aren’t a daily thing, or is this one a no go?October 17, 2004 at 09:17 #55102
Sorry I did not reply to your last posting, I did not see it, you know I would not ignore you, ;).
There have been many selections since I last posted on this thread, I did think that it was not popular after the two week period.
However, always up for a challenge I will carry on until the end of the current flat season and see what happens. Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â The 1000 points will be made.<br>
(Edited by Robotica at 10:22 am on Oct. 17, 2004)October 17, 2004 at 09:20 #55105
Bet NO:5<br>Musselburgh 3.0 N/R (70 points)
I have been out for the day and I wished I had known this was a N/R as I would have replaced it with one in Italy.
(Edited by Robotica at 6:52 pm on Oct. 17, 2004)October 17, 2004 at 12:35 #55106ArtemisParticipant
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Good luck with your quest for 1000 points, it’ll take some doing.<br>Do you have any preferences when making your selections and any staking plan?October 17, 2004 at 17:41 #55109
I have no staking plan in place for the "method" I feel that there is no need for one as the strike rate is usually, well, lets wait and see what it will turn up over the next couple of weeks.
The selections are made on a well known method, although some have different interpretations.
There are still a few weeks left to reach the 1000+ target.
(Edited by Robotica at 6:44 pm on Oct. 17, 2004)October 17, 2004 at 18:04 #55110ArtemisParticipant
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Is this well known method a secret? I’m sorry to be a bit nosey, but I think the idea is that we discuss systems and betting methods, so we need a bit of information, otherwise it is just ‘tips’.October 17, 2004 at 20:46 #55111
If you feel the need for more information on the selected horses within this particular thread, it would be an excercise to note the selections as a couple of others do and try and work them out, the answers will not come from myself.
However, if you feel that this is just another tipping thread and it is not your cup of tea, we each have the right to choose what we read. Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Please remember this is an excercise as I stated in the very first posting.<br>
(Edited by Robotica at 11:06 am on Oct. 19, 2004)
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