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Old 01-01-2015, 01:38 PM   #1
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Hey guys,

as i am sure a lot of you know, many of the players on tour tend to tank the rest of the set mainly when losing by 2 breaks (0:5/1:5/0:4/1:4) or in other bad situations. You can get very good prices some times, especially for these players to get broken at the end of the set.

I'm gonna start off by mentioning some of the guys i've seen do that more often than not:
1.The Fog
2.Tomic
3.Gulbis
4.Paire
5.Mannarino
6.Alexander Zverev
7.Harrison
8.Darcis
9.Kudryavtsev

Feel free to contribute It's hard enough to beat the bookies, but i think this is one of the few edges you could have over them nowadays.

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Doesn't sound that tempting, you can never know if the player will tank or not, he might hold to love.
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Have you heard of the word "value"?
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To beat bookies, it's not hard ... you need experience !
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To beat bookies, it's not hard ... you need experience !
No shit Ofcourse, it`s easier, when you have observations, but it also takes patience, good strategy and bank management. However, both of you guys are far off topic. I thought by now there would be some good contributions, because besides the trolling, there are some guys with good knowledge of the tour.
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