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What did we learn from Malaysia?
by Ralfie1982 on 29 Mar at 21:13
For those of you today who watched the F1 are probably as confused as I was with the way the race panned out, but if we look carefully we can see where it was won and lost and what we can really take from that race, below I have given my overview on the key players from below! Disagree? Tell me why? Ferrari, Well where do i start, the pace shown today was very good HOWEVER that is not how they won the race. The race was won on the PIT WALL, when they realised it was too early to change the tyres on lap 4 when the safety car came out, add to that there were when the race settled down again the Mercedes were 6 cars back having expected Sebastian to follow them into the pits. Take nothing away..
Betting Traps - Social Proof
by garethp1981 on 29 Mar at 22:38
Imagine you have agreed to take part in an experiment; you are sitting in a room and are about to answer what seems like a really easy question. The researcher has shown you one card with a line on it, and then another with three lines of varying lengths, labelled A, B, and C. All you have to do is tell the researcher which line from A, B and C is the same length as the first line. You know the answer, but the one thing that is worrying you is that all seven of the other people who are doing the experiment have given a different answer. What do you do? Do you give the answer that you know to be correct, or do you agree with the other people who have all answered wrongly? Most people when..
Trainers to follow in April
by Scratville on 29 Mar at 23:17
After a poor March we stand around +£55.00 LSP for the year. Plenty to go at this month, hopefully we can get back on track. We have 11 trainers to follow, all of which have solid historical stats. NH BRIAN ELLISON (HURDLERS) North Yorkshire trainer who has been on the blog in his capacity of a flat trainer in the past, this month we will be looking at his Hurdlers. 2011 3/10 30% +£ 9.00 2012 1/13 8% (£ 8.00) 2013 7/21 33% +£11.89 2014 4/24 17% +£17.50 A strike rate over 20% and almost +£30 LSP over the last..
Rory McIlroy - Can he win the Masters in 2015 ?
by The rabbit on 24 Mar at 19:33
Rory McIlroy has just finished jt 11th in the Arnold Palmer Invitational which is his last tournament before he competes in the Masters in April. He has won once this year which was the Omega Dubai Desert Classic on the European tour. He is the World number one and has managed to win four Majors which are the U S Open in 2011, the PGA Championship in 2012 and 2014 and the Open Championship in 2014. The only Major that Rory has not won is the Masters so can he win at Augusta this year ? The Positives 1. Rory has the confidence and experience and skill to cope with the pressure and expectations when he performs at the Masters and he is capable of closing out winning positions when in contention. 2. The Masters is arguably the easiest Major to win as it..
Elite 8 Preview
by undertherobe on 28 Mar at 19:40
My ESPN bracket has predicted all four Elite 8 matchups and my original Final Four from my Tournament Preview (See Here)) was backed at 190/1. Those four of Kentucky, Wisconsin, Michigan State and Gonzaga are now just a best priced 15/2 but after three rounds of matches, do I still think those same four teams are going to be winners this weekend? Read below to find out.... Midwest Kentucky Wildcats (1) vs Notre Dame Fighting Irish (3) How they got here Kentucky (37-0) Regular Season : 1st in SEC, SEC Tournament winners 2nd Round : beat Hampton 79-56 3rd Round : beat Cincinnati 64-51 Sweet 16 : beat West Virginia 78-39 Notre Dame (32-5) Regular Season : 3rd in ACC, ACC Tournament winners 2nd Round : beat Northeastern 69-65 3rd Round : beat Butler 67-64 (OT) Sweet 16 : beat Wichita State 81-70 No surprise that Kentucky have ended up in a fifth consecutive..
Malaysian Grand Prix 2015
by Ralfie1982 on 25 Mar at 21:42
So Formula 1 Race 2. Is it boring? I dont know, will you get rich backing it in the early stages of the grand prix season i very much doubt it. SO! What have we learn't about the teams after race 1? Mercedes are in a League of their own, McLaren are so bad that Alonso might wish he was still unfit to drive, Ferrari look more competitive than expected, and the early season slagging match between Renault and Red Bull has started again. What do we know about the Malaysian circuit? There are two BIG DRS zones close together (the first on the start finish straight before 1st corner and the 2nd on the last straight before the final turn 15), this will point us to the cars with the better top speed such as Mercedes, Williams and Force..
Should UEFA change the international qualification system?
by botev1921 on 29 Mar at 15:11
As the Euro 2016 qualifiers continue to dominate the European football scene over the past few days, I keep reading discussions regarding the competitiveness of those qualifiers and the evident misbalance in European football between the so-called traditional football countries and the smaller, less traditional teams who as it stands right now have no shot at qualifying for anything or to go even further, can’t beat eggs, never mind other teams. While the argument has two sides, especially when it comes to the original idea of the game, namely to promote sport and inclusion, the people who see no point whatsoever in Scotland or England needing to play the likes of Gibraltar and San Marino actually make a better case for a complete revamp of the qualification system. I wonder will the UEFA committees will ever consider taking that step? FOR..
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