Punchestown 20:55 - Lotus Lily
|30-05-2012, 21:55||Punchestown 20:55 - Lotus Lily
LOTUS LILY TO BE PLACED IN THE FIRST 3!Final result: 0 - 1
Profit: 0.00 - 4 = -4
Punchestown @ 20.55 we have a good course with Elsie the favorite priced at 2.25 at skybet. But what likes me more is Lotus Lily @ 11.00 and becuase of the odds. Anyway, Ladbrokers sells it at 8.00!
Dam won over hurdles at 2m, in a chase at 2m 4f and in NH flat race at 2m. Lotus Lily is the first foal of a winning bumper!
Lotus Lily is aged 5th with 11-7 weight.
Jockey Mr M. Fahey and the dam belongs to Mrs. J. Harrington.
Infos about the course:
Punchestown is a right-handed, galloping, undulating track with a steady climb through the last five furlongs. On the two-mile chase circuit the ground rises after the winning post, before a turn and a downhill run. The back straight is level followed by the uphill run from the fourth last. The two-furlong shorter hurdles course has a similar configuration. Punchestown is a very fair test of a jumper. There are eleven fences to a circuit which are not stiff by British standards and they pose few problems to a sound jumper. The cross-country course at Punchestown is a long and twisting one over a variety of banks and other obstacles, few of which are jumped more than once. The turns are both left- and right-handed and only the final brush fence is on the racecourse proper. The start for both the three-mile Ladies Cup and the four-mile one-furlong La Touche Cup is situated behind the winning post.
I wouldn't be surprised to see her even winning!
But this bet is for being placed 1-3 and we have to use the formula from e-w: 3; 1/5.
1+(11-1)*1/5 = 3.00
Posted on: 30.05.2012, 15.45 CET (Viewed: 151 times)
Match starts on: May 30, 2012
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Thank you! I appreciate your effort for explaining!
Sportbetting77, I will give you the answer just because my opinion is that after all your intention was not to steal something here (like tipster longstermsprofit for example), but it seems like you're just not well informed about EW bets. But with this post I am done. There are so much the irregularities in all competitions among these less popular sports, that I'm sick of it. It's not my job to always explain all and to try to correct everything. -------------------------------------------------- 1. Sometimes try to bet on some of your picks like this one and I am sure then you will understand what is wrong. 2. Like I said in first post, when you want to bet on EW, then half of stake is for win, half of stake is for places. 3. Your calculation for odds for places are correct. 4. But you cant placed bet only on those odds. When you are betting EW in any bookie (for example for 40 euros since your stake here is 4 units), system will automatically take 20 euros for win and you will have only 20 euros on these odds 3.00 for places. 5. If you want to bet entire 40 euros for places then you will have to risk also 40 euros for win on odds 11.00. 6. So, back to your case. You can't add here pick for places for 4 units and then pick for win on only 1 unit. 7. My advice to you is to try with cover bet places (Bet365 have them) which I explained in first post. 8. As an alternative, there are some other bookies (Ladbrokes is one of them) where there are options for example "to be placed among top 3" and these options have nothing to do with EW bets. Still, odds are usually much weaker than odds for this half which goes for places in EW. I hope you now understand the point here. In case of this pick, you can use odds of 3.00 for place in top 3, but you need to risk the same amount on same horse to win.
Maradona1, do you copy here? Can you answer, please?
@ poglavica: :)))) LOL
OMG! It makes me laugh, but it's not my laugh! I will try to explain how my logic worked: I want to place an each way bet. An each way bet is a double bet: 1. winner 2. being placed 1-3 or 1-2, for some races. And I said: 1. I will write 1 tip for winner with 1 stake 2. I will write same tip (as story) for being placed 1-3, or 1-2 with the each-way fraction, with a stake. What I see I did wrong now is the fact that I didn't use same stake for the two bets! Is this correct? ex. In my physical example with Punchestown 19:55. Buy Back Bob to win was 6/1 which is 7.00 and each-way conditions were 3; 1/5 So I did 1 bet of stake 1 to win. 1 bet on being placed in the first 3 with 1+(7-1)*1/5 = 2.20. Here I used stake 4! So what I did wrong I understand was the stake, should have been equal for both bets, right? 4 or 1! Is this the error?
I'm about to specialize myself in "Chilean" Ice Hockey. It may be that BE announces a competition for that too? However, I expect at least £5000.00 of price money there! If possible to be paid out @Pinnacle and without any rollover requirements! Just my thoughts here ... just ignore me ...
Your last sentence: "But this bet is for being placed 1-3 and we have to use the formula from e-w: 3; 1/5. 1+(11-1)*1/5 = 3.00" sportbetting77, such thing does not exist, you either do not know or you try to fabricate things here. There is no bet for being placed among 1-3, if you want EW, then as I told you on other pick, your half stake is for win on odds 11 and half of stake on these odds 3.00 (for 1-3). There is a option which is separate bet which is called cover bet, but this is not cover bet. Odds for cover bets are just slighty weaker than odds for win, and if your horse finish on one of places from terms, then you have stake back. Something like Draw No Bet in football.