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It's sad that so many people pick the grand slams to express their punting genius, backing the favorites by the millions, getting the prices so high up that the propositions essentially become worthless.

On the other hand, here's the chance to make a killing on the underpriced underdogs. And there're bound to be absolutely loads of them at least over the next 4 days.

I hope its profitability reaches its full potential.
 

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It just looks as if there's going to be a flood of underdog wins tomorrow.

Tell me, anybody who's been following for long enough, are there usually a very high number of dog wins in the first round of these grand slams?
 

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It just looks as if there's going to be a flood of underdog wins tomorrow.

Tell me, anybody who's been following for long enough, are there usually a very high number of dog wins in the first round of these grand slams?
There is usually quite a lot of high priced underdogs that win in the first couple of rounds in Slams. I often find that I'm tempted by a few dogs, and don't generally go for them and they end up winning :(
 
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