Trade of the day Fri 11 Feb

Post match round up

A tricky trade with 2 early goals and liquidity being our big issues. We covered 4.5 with the score at 1-1 and traded around the correct score market backing and laying which resulted in a scratch trade. Auq would have been a profit and the missed penalty would have made a difference. Some members got on the suggestion of laying the 5.5 at 1-2 with the price at 1.28. This jumped to 1.70 at 2-3 late on.

Whilst some trades are straight forward, knowing how to control a trade and coming out for a scratch is as important as cashing in when things go your way.

One fairly new member got on a different game, in his words, ‘thanks for teaching me the CunderS strategy’.

Afternoon fellow traders

A busy enjoyable weekend is almost with us again. we love our Saturday afternoons of trading.

The long awaited day is almost upon us. Monday we go live with the new site. Tuesday we will be having an open day and be trading a game live for Joe Public FREE. Please contact us if you would like to be invited in for this.
Onto tonight. Tough card again, normally find with Internationals the card for the rest of the week is poor. The AA for Berlin looks a good shout as does this below with small stakes due to very small liquidity levels.


  • Dord average 67% and Sparta 77% for Overs this season.
  • 4 out of the last 6 away for Sparta have ended in 3-1 defeats, 1 of the other ones was a 2-1 loss too.
  • The last head to head on 21 Nov ended 2-2 at Sparta.



Back under 2.5

Back the following:


Small stakes, low liquidity. See how we get on. Stakes to members…….

Good luck all.

~ by Juan on February 11, 2011.

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