Yeah Hurricane, that's a big jump from betting $5 to $200 a go.
On the betting site I use, SL are paying $1.12 vs. Zim, so unless Zim get very close to SL, I think the NZ odds will be about the same.
^ Surely he rates the top-notch players like Hadlee, Turner, Crowe, Cairns, Bond etc as well
Take it easy. They are just comments about the TAB and making bets. Peace. I am just a punter who wants everything from the customer's perspective. You are presenting the TAB's view. I don't think there needs to be any friction.
Look forward to posting with you in the future.
Overrated XI M Bracewell, Burns, Rahane, Don Voges, Bairstow, Alecz Day, Donovan Grobelaar, Luke Ronchi, Faulkner, Dan Christian, Permaulone day NZ will bring chappell to his knees in a puddle of his own tears and you'll see Phlegm on his belly greedily tasting every delicious tear before watching the hope fade from that old ****s eyes.
When you make a post like this:
I quite simply cannot take you seriously, and don't see much point in discussing anything with you at all.I wonder if the TAB has a different bookie for each sport to set the odds or if it is like one guy who just watches the crowd goes wild every day and reads the dom post.
Taylor is one of Durham's foreign T20 signings along with Albie Morkel for this season.
As far as Taylor goes I only rate him as a T20 player or in ODI as a guy who bats in the lower middle order, he's a fairly limited player but is good at what he does. Obviously he's also a form player and hasn't had any form for the past month or so.
50 vs. WI in the warm up out of a score of 124.
Your post above is pretty unfriendly wishing me goodbye and not wanting to discuss anything at all with me. So I agree with you at this juncture it is best if we parted ways. Please don't respond to my posts in the future be they complaints/compliments about the TAB or cricket related. I will try to avoid your posts as well to make it even. Sorry that my joke contributed to this state of affairs.
Last edited by Hurricane; 02-05-2010 at 11:54 PM.
Oops, Scaly did it again..
Anyway, nice win from the Black Caps the other night.
He's quite clearly shown to be a more than capable (and remember, he's only 26 so should only get better) test number 4, unless 25 tests isn't a big enough sample for you (and hundreds against England x 2, India x 2 and Australia).
I'm interested to know how you'd rate Taylor alongside someone like Paul Collingwood, someone i'd call a limited player.
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