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bad gambler
10-25-2005, 02:09 PM
Lets try again...

Spadea to beat Ljubo - $3.50 (big play)

If Ljubio wins, i'm going very big on either Llodra or X-man

If he ends up winning this tournament, I'm screwed :lol:


Also adding:

Mathieu to beat Ginepri - $3.50 (medium)

Parlaying both of them as well

good luck

:dog: :dog:

Bolar Bolabi
10-25-2005, 02:19 PM
Ljubicic will win the tournament. He will beat Spadea. Pound him to win with all you've got. He can't possibly lose to Spadea. No bloody way. Lets go Ljubo.

JMG
10-25-2005, 02:24 PM
I will play PHM over Ginepri too :)

@3.10

Yoel and co.
10-25-2005, 05:00 PM
Ljubicic will win the tournament. He will beat Spadea. Pound him to win with all you've got. He can't possibly lose to Spadea. No bloody way. Lets go Ljubo.

Have a look at their H2H...Vince beat Ljubo in Lyon last year

El Legenda
10-25-2005, 06:23 PM
Ljubo will not win the tournment or even get to QF, because he does not want to do that, he just wants one or 2 match on surface since its same a paris

g35-great
10-25-2005, 09:58 PM
Somebody please recommend a sure bet for me tomorrow. I've lost $5k vcash this week and I'm missing it terribly. :crying2:

People are loosing real cash over here and you are worried about vcash :rolleyes:

pravda
10-25-2005, 10:06 PM
Youzhny said on the news he wants to win this tournament.

But who knows.

tangerine_dream
10-25-2005, 10:09 PM
People are loosing real cash over here and you are worried about vcash :rolleyes:
:lol: Get a real job and then you wouldn't have to worry about losing real cash on bets. :p

pravda
10-25-2005, 10:13 PM
:lol: Get a real job and then you wouldn't have to worry about losing real cash on bets. :p

:kiss:

stupid woman, shut your face

Yoel and co.
10-25-2005, 11:12 PM
Somebody please recommend a sure bet for me tomorrow. I've lost $5k vcash this week and I'm missing it terribly. :crying2:

IMO bet of the day is Berdych to beat Bastl @ 1.44. I don't mind that this is home ground for Bastl. I will take Berdych over Bastl anytime on any surface

JMG
10-25-2005, 11:25 PM
Berdych x Srichaphan x Grosjean @2.46

Mathieu @3.10 :cool:

Yoel and co.
10-25-2005, 11:27 PM
Besides a big bet on Berdych, putting doubles on the following:

Vince @ 3.10
PHM @ 3.20
Alberto Martin @ 4.33
Ivo @ 2.75 (outrageous odds)
Santangelo @ 3.60

Any two of these that win, I'm fine

Will be also looking later at Serra to beat Vik and maybe Enqvist to beat Ancic :angel:

pravda
10-25-2005, 11:33 PM
Besides a big bet on Berdych, putting doubles on the following:

Vince @ 3.10
PHM @ 3.20
Alberto Martin @ 4.33
Ivo @ 2.75 (outrageous odds)
Santangelo @ 3.60

Any two of these that win, I'm fine

Will be also looking later at Serra to beat Vik and maybe Enqvist to beat Ancic :angel:

this are some nice betting.

The One
10-25-2005, 11:40 PM
Besides a big bet on Berdych, putting doubles on the following:

Vince @ 3.10
PHM @ 3.20
Alberto Martin @ 4.33
Ivo @ 2.75 (outrageous odds)
Santangelo @ 3.60

Any two of these that win, I'm fine

Will be also looking later at Serra to beat Vik and maybe Enqvist to beat Ancic :angel:

go the dogs!! but remember its not 1st round so more favs shud start to win

Agree with PHM!! on home soil lets pound it!
Leans
Chela @ $3.06 He is due for a win here..
PHM @ $3.20! shud be favorite

Sucker bet of the day looks like Kiefer @ $1.45 over Melzer..there is no way Kiefer shud lose to an idiot like Melzer but why his odds so high @ $1.45? Tempted to play it but past history says i shudnt :scratch:

flmmkrz
10-26-2005, 01:44 AM
go the dogs!! but remember its not 1st round so more favs shud start to win

Agree with PHM!! on home soil lets pound it!
Leans
Chela @ $3.06 He is due for a win here..
PHM @ $3.20! shud be favorite

Sucker bet of the day looks like Kiefer @ $1.45 over Melzer..there is no way Kiefer shud lose to an idiot like Melzer but why his odds so high @ $1.45? Tempted to play it but past history says i shudnt :scratch:

Kiefers odds make sense to me, hes not currently a top 10 player or anything hes number 29 in the world at the moment and melzer is 50th. The values already with melzer at 3.00 if Kiefer were dropped further all the action would be on Melzer and the books want both sides betting

flmmkrz
10-26-2005, 01:45 AM
Lopez is a fool!



werd... what a moron he is, lots of talent no brain.

The One
10-26-2005, 04:59 AM
Final plays:

Likhovtseva * Chela @ $4.60
Likhovtseva * Mathieu @ $5.00

Likhovtseva to give Ai free tennis lesson!!

adk
10-26-2005, 07:17 AM
Henman @ 1.66

Taken Henman as he is playing a Battle of Britain. The match will possibly never happen again so it is worth enjoying...Henman has greater experience, is best suited to carpet and loves the tournament. Murray is not at his best indoors and the hamstring and the moment may cause him to be more cautious than usual.

1.66?! He is at least 1.83 at every other book apart from Will Hill mate

bad gambler
10-26-2005, 08:06 AM
I have upgraded the choker mathieu from medium to big play as well

good luck all

:dog: :dog:

Yoel and co.
10-26-2005, 09:25 AM
Serra X Stakhovsky @ 4.58

mofo
10-26-2005, 09:36 AM
What do you guys thinks about Djokovic over O Rochus 2.73?

Yoel and co.
10-26-2005, 09:39 AM
I wouldn't go for that one...even if Djokovic odds are too good (should be more like 1.90 IMO)

mofo
10-26-2005, 09:52 AM
Acasuso over Massu?

MalmöKrampan
10-26-2005, 10:03 AM
Robin Vik to beat Florert Serra, 2.10

Dollars & Cents
10-26-2005, 10:47 AM
Today's treble:

Hrbaty x Kiefer x Goldstein @ 2.84 (Medium)

Hrbaty: Sure he may have his mind on Davis Cup but on Carpet against Chela, but if the 'Dominator' turns up anywhere near his best it should be routine.

Kiefer: 4-0 H2H record and Melzer's incredible poor form of late (OK, his loss to Lisnard :eek: ) Kiefer, looked shaky against GGL yesterday but the way he came back demonstrates his intentions here. Being back in Russia after what happened 2 weeks ago I think is huge motivation for him to go far here.

Goldstein: The riskiest possibly of the three, but mainly due to the opponent. Burgsmuller's wins on the tour are very rare so this price against him has to be taken.

'Dog' of the day: Murray against Henman @ 1.90 (Medium): Murray since his ATP debut at Barcelona has not wasted a Wildcard with a R1 exit. Sure this is compatriots and friends going against each other but with the match-up its hard not to see how Murray's return game won't hurt Henman. More than that though is the kind of energy, movement and defensive play the Scot produces reminds Henman of his age and creaking back. I fail to see Henman beating any high-energy players now at this age. Watch the match against Verdasco at US Open and despite Henman's attacking nothing he produced could imbalance Verdasco. So today, I think its the same with it all being about Murray resisting easy errors.

Just to give the reverse opinion, Murray's coach Mark Petchey has made Henman favourite. Stated that the carpet does mean the ball stays low, which doesn't suit Murray as much. Also that Henman has not to lost to a fellow Brit for ages. All good things come to and end right... :)

Also Murray 2-0 Sets @ 3.50 and 2-1 @ 3.30 worth a small play

skel1983
10-26-2005, 11:24 AM
Acasuso over Massu?

For me bet of the day i think Massu has lost 4 1st rnd matches on the run since us open, it should be a comfortable win for Acasuso.

i am playing a four timer today

Acasuso over Massu
Berdych over Bastl
Rochus over Djokovic
Ancic over Enqvist

Do not back Novak!! Rochus is playing amazing, Puerta was amazing last night but little Ollie has started to consistantly beat players he should beat, i think it's a liitle to early on a difficult surface for Novak to beat Ollie today!!!

Dollars & Cents
10-26-2005, 01:03 PM
D & C - Henman v Verdasco match is a non - factor. Henman should have pulled out of the tourny but only played in the hope of defending a few of his points.

Yeah, the Verdasco match can't be taken too seriously but I definitely believe Henman struggles against quick, enthuiastic players and will do more and more now he is in his twilight years and with constant injury niggles. Murray's a counter-puncher at best and ask Taylor Dent how similar he plays to Lleyton Hewitt....and we all know Henman's record against him :eek:

Bolar Bolabi
10-26-2005, 01:05 PM
Very nice call on Spadea.

Yoel and co.
10-26-2005, 01:05 PM
Lets try again...

Spadea to beat Ljubo - $3.50 (big play)

If Ljubio wins, i'm going very big on either Llodra or X-man

If he ends up winning this tournament, I'm screwed :lol:




Nice one BG :)

Bolar Bolabi
10-26-2005, 01:30 PM
Nice one BG :)

Golf plays are up thus far btw.

JMG
10-26-2005, 06:11 PM
Why Ginepri why? :sad:

flmmkrz
10-26-2005, 08:26 PM
Why Ginepri why? :sad:

sickening, had a huge play on phm and come home to find ginepri forfeited. ON top of that my parlay got blown by a dementieva loss :eek: Ginepri cost me money at the open and again here.

bad gambler
10-26-2005, 09:35 PM
damn it ginepri..

Yoel and co.
10-26-2005, 09:47 PM
If Berdych manages to lose to Bastl, I will be very very angry :fiery:

Yoel and co.
10-26-2005, 10:38 PM
Berdych is a very lucky man tonight. If he would have lost, I would have sent Delila to chop off all of his hair :rolleyes:

skel1983
10-27-2005, 09:16 AM
For me bet of the day i think Massu has lost 4 1st rnd matches on the run since us open, it should be a comfortable win for Acasuso.

i am playing a four timer today

Acasuso over Massu
Berdych over Bastl
Rochus over Djokovic
Ancic over Enqvist

Do not back Novak!! Rochus is playing amazing, Puerta was amazing last night but little Ollie has started to consistantly beat players he should beat, i think it's a liitle to early on a difficult surface for Novak to beat Ollie today!!!


That's what im talking about!!!!!!

skel1983
10-27-2005, 09:18 AM
Today's treble:

Hrbaty x Kiefer x Goldstein @ 2.84 (Medium)

Hrbaty: Sure he may have his mind on Davis Cup but on Carpet against Chela, but if the 'Dominator' turns up anywhere near his best it should be routine.

Kiefer: 4-0 H2H record and Melzer's incredible poor form of late (OK, his loss to Lisnard :eek: ) Kiefer, looked shaky against GGL yesterday but the way he came back demonstrates his intentions here. Being back in Russia after what happened 2 weeks ago I think is huge motivation for him to go far here.

Goldstein: The riskiest possibly of the three, but mainly due to the opponent. Burgsmuller's wins on the tour are very rare so this price against him has to be taken.

'Dog' of the day: Murray against Henman @ 1.90 (Medium): Murray since his ATP debut at Barcelona has not wasted a Wildcard with a R1 exit. Sure this is compatriots and friends going against each other but with the match-up its hard not to see how Murray's return game won't hurt Henman. More than that though is the kind of energy, movement and defensive play the Scot produces reminds Henman of his age and creaking back. I fail to see Henman beating any high-energy players now at this age. Watch the match against Verdasco at US Open and despite Henman's attacking nothing he produced could imbalance Verdasco. So today, I think its the same with it all being about Murray resisting easy errors.

Just to give the reverse opinion, Murray's coach Mark Petchey has made Henman favourite. Stated that the carpet does mean the ball stays low, which doesn't suit Murray as much. Also that Henman has not to lost to a fellow Brit for ages. All good things come to and end right... :)

Also Murray 2-0 Sets @ 3.50 and 2-1 @ 3.30 worth a small play

Nice it looks like we both had a day to remember, remind me never to go near henman again, he is on the blacklist!!