Trade of the day Sat 25 Sept

Post match roundup

BRUM v WIGAN: The topping up on 0-0 as the goalless bore fest dragged on left us £7 in defecit

MULTIPLE: The 1st leg of a Multiple ideallly should be a winner. In this case Chelsea failed to score the goal that matttered.  The 2nd leg went our way as 1-1 & 2-1 scoreline prices steamed enough for us to lay them both. A surprise defeat for Bayern in the end but we managed to salvage £5 profit

ARSENAL v WEST BROM: The shock of the day if not the season. At 0-3 the Gunners and we traders were reeling. Adster while bemoaning the actual result kept his nerve and advised several options. Laying Under4.5 when score was 0-2 proved the most effective remedy to a trade heading at that point towards disaster. Laying WBA in Match Odds helped claw back soem of the loss as Arsenal fought back to 2-3. One more goal from Arsenal would have completed an incredible comeback for them and a remarkable turn round of fortunes for us in the chat room. Roller coaster stuff indeed. £16 loss

The long afternoon continued deep into the night with over 40 members still huddled round their PC screens looking for matches to trade. Real Madrid and Inter yielded little but frustration. Bingo`s Marseille Over2.5 trade and his continued success with trading around the 1-1 scoreline, this time in the Twente v Ajax fixture brought home the croissants & frikandels in a very tidy fashion. Using £100 stakes he returned with £27 & £32 profit respectively

However, the star turn on a day of mixed fortunes had to be Razor`s majestic handling of the Werder v Hamburg trade. Taking a contrarian view of the market he felt that these two poorly performing Bundesliga sides would produce goals. An opening brace from the home team set up the prematch trade of LAY Under4.5 perfectly. As the goals went in during the 2nd half so too did our profits. £100 stakes returned £23 profit

Something new for our members today where we trade pre match on the Man City v Chelsea game…..

Surprised that Brum are 1.88 given they havent lost in the league at St Andrews in almost a year.
Despite their battling win v Spurs 2 weeks ago, this looks like a great price for the home side

BACK 0-1
BACK 1-1


At 1.29 The Gunners are too low to back in the Match Odds but we can use other markets

BACK ARSENAL  Asian Handicap – 1.5
BACK 1-0
BACK 2-1
BACK 3-2

Stakes to members.

Bingo`s weekend Multiple Mularkey

Like a kid with a new toy or a raver with a new drug, the 1-1 scoreline has proved to be a winnner
these past few weeks…albeit in conjunction with other markets (see Birmingham trade above)

BACK 1-1 & 2-1 in each game
3 x £5 doubles
1 x £5 treble



Final trade is a straightforward punt

Michael Essien`s last 6 goals have been scored when Lampard has not been playing.

At 6.6 to score anytime, a fun wager here.

~ by Juan on September 25, 2010.

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