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vBookie Event: Dubai QF: R. Federer vs. N. Davydenko (Tennis)

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Outcome Odds Total Bets Total Staked
Roger Federer 1/8 F (0.12) 12 34510 WIN!
Nikolay Davydenko 36/5 (7.20) 4 2963  

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Old 02-27-2013, 05:31 PM   #1
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Old 02-27-2013, 05:33 PM   #2
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Old 02-27-2013, 07:16 PM   #3
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maybe Nikolay can produce an upset here ?
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Roger hasn't been playing up to his usual standards lately, but I don't know if Davey can get the upset?
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Old 02-28-2013, 06:41 AM   #5
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Roger hasn't been playing up to his usual standards lately, but I don't know if Davey can get the upset?
I have to admit I do not feel nearly as confident of a Fed win as my lavish 96-credit bet makes me seem
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I have to admit I do not feel nearly as confident of a Fed win as my lavish 96-credit bet makes me seem
I remember a day when Roger was indeed a safe bet unless he was playing Rafa! But now there seems not to be the safe bets there were back just a very few years ago! Roger is older and playing less while Rafa tore up his knees so he is playing less. Andy Murray just can't seem to always get it together. I think now the safest bet is Nole! But then sometimes I don't get a good feeling about him either
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I remember a day when Roger was indeed a safe bet unless he was playing Rafa! But now there seems not to be the safe bets there were back just a very few years ago! Roger is older and playing less while Rafa tore up his knees so he is playing less. Andy Murray just can't seem to always get it together. I think now the safest bet is Nole! But then sometimes I don't get a good feeling about him either
Noone will remain a safe bet forever, sadly. I agree Djokovic is the safest nowadays. Murray has some strange losses, though rarely in slams.
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Noone will remain a safe bet forever, sadly. I agree Djokovic is the safest nowadays. Murray has some strange losses, though rarely in slams.
I guess I just got spoiled because at one time I had a 27 match winning streak in vBookie bets. And I haven't even been able to get close to that again!
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I guess I just got spoiled because at one time I had a 27 match winning streak in vBookie bets. And I haven't even been able to get close to that again!
27 is great! My longest winning streak is 12. I am currently on a streak of one Shouldn't have bet against Zeballos.
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