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    I think I might try out a tactic and tip the underdog in every game for the whole season and see how it goes. Could really pay off or bomb, depending on how it all plays out early in the season I reckon.
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    Good luck with those Richmond tips.

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    Demons would need to win, say, 6 games to be profitable imo.


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    I'll be in if there's room. The only issue I can see if that if you're calculating the odds to sub-100% percentage then everyone is at a disadvantage. If you'd like, I can send you a calculator which shows you how to calculate the market to close to 100% or you can base it off the market lines each week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Casson View Post
    I'll be in if there's room. The only issue I can see if that if you're calculating the odds to sub-100% percentage then everyone is at a disadvantage. If you'd like, I can send you a calculator which shows you how to calculate the market to close to 100% or you can base it off the market lines each week.
    Would probably be too complex. Will just take the decimal values off bet365 (unless you want to run it mate?), if the odds are $1.65 and you win you get 1.65 points for the match.
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    Weighted AFL Tipping Round 1

    Round 1
    Richmond vs. Carlton
    Geelong vs. Essendon
    Melbourne vs. Hawthorn
    Brisbane vs. West Coast
    Sydney vs. St Kilda
    Port Adelaide vs. North Melbourne
    Fremantle vs. Adelaide
    Western Bulldogs vs. Collingwood

    Odds for the Richmond game will be given on Weds night, all the rest on Thurs night. Feel free to post tips early, I doubt the odds will change much.

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