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Author Topic: Rosecroft selections for Saturday October 13th  (Read 1942 times)
Juicejunkies
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« Reply #75 on: March 25, 2013, 01:19:22 PM »

Now how classic it that!

The duped readers.
All of whom can in box me for my "real" comments!

The question I ask is is he serious?
Or ball busting for fun.

Your amazing. Should I charge 5 bucks?

Want to help manage my picks for profit?

You are aware of the comments being from the program.

If a horse looks good or say Milby is sick and Groff is driving his horse.

You adjust.
The comments are for fun.

PERIOD

You do amuse me though.

In Box = Private Message (PM)
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« Reply #76 on: March 25, 2013, 01:19:53 PM »

If there is anyone who actually cares enough and thinks I am affecting odds please tell me.

And yes my signer will be when my second place horse wins my 4Th rated comes second and the 6Th or 7Th rated comes third.

Its called a part wheel.

At RCR a 3-4 horse box is dumb. I have not and will not do one.

The 5 horse box with a good field is actually a decent bet for me.

I give the comments you use them for what you want.

Or heaven forbid you ignore them.
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« Reply #77 on: March 25, 2013, 01:28:04 PM »

you know Croft boxing 5 in every race would be stupid.

But there are a few races a week that its OK for 30 bucks to box 5 for a .50 cent triple. Obviously you need the right horses to come in and you need bombs.

since you are there every night and listening to me chit chat with my friends etc etc.

At any time feel free to come on over.

Ill give you a 10-15 minute class on how to wager.

That will be free of charge.

I will also show you very ticket I bet.
Maybe then your conspiracy theory of me trying to affect the odds will be more clear to you.
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« Reply #78 on: March 25, 2013, 01:30:43 PM »

you know Croft boxing 5 in every race would be stupid.

But there are a few races a week that its OK for 30 bucks to box 5 for a .50 cent triple. Obviously you need the right horses to come in and you need bombs.

since you are there every night and listening to me chit chat with my friends etc etc.

At any time feel free to come on over.

Ill give you a 10-15 minute class on how to wager.

That will be free of charge.

I will also show you very ticket I bet.
Maybe then your conspiracy theory of me trying to affect the odds will be more clear to you.

BOXING 5 HORSES MEANS YOU GOT 59 LOSERS FOR SURE.
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« Reply #79 on: March 25, 2013, 01:50:21 PM »

BOXING 5 HORSES MEANS YOU GOT 59 LOSERS FOR SURE.

I do appreciate you egging me on.

I like to think if anything I have integrity.

My 10-20 bucks I bet in a race at RCR isn't enough for me to scam anyone.

I believe in karma and all that.

for example sat night Roberts picked the 7 over the 6. The 6 goes off 3-5 and Roberts 18-1.

Now no I didn't bet it but I put it right in my comments.
Isn't that comment alone legit enough?

Before the race I was saying I guess the betting public has 0 respect for J robs ability to pick a horse.

Now I should have gone up and bet the horse. But I stick to a very rigid small betting regime.

But I want stopping anyone from betting it.

Also when I put stuff like may better rating or look out. Even when I have the horse to the bottom. Many times that horse comes in.

Now I am still working on my scam for tomorrow night. I need to finish it up!

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« Reply #80 on: March 25, 2013, 02:24:55 PM »

I do appreciate you egging me on.

I like to think if anything I have integrity.

My 10-20 bucks I bet in a race at RCR isn't enough for me to scam anyone.

I believe in karma and all that.

for example sat night Roberts picked the 7 over the 6. The 6 goes off 3-5 and Roberts 18-1.

Now no I didn't bet it but I put it right in my comments.
Isn't that comment alone legit enough?

Before the race I was saying I guess the betting public has 0 respect for J robs ability to pick a horse.

Now I should have gone up and bet the horse. But I stick to a very rigid small betting regime.

But I want stopping anyone from betting it.

Also when I put stuff like may better rating or look out. Even when I have the horse to the bottom. Many times that horse comes in.

Now I am still working on my scam for tomorrow night. I need to finish it up!



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