Monthly Archives: April 2010

Crucible Analysis Final Part

Tweet Good Morning Dear Readers! In today’s post I complete my look at the runners and riders I feel have a chance in The World Snooker Championships. Over the last couple of days we have examined the chances of Ronnie … Continue reading

 
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Crucible Analysis Part 2

Tweet Back again dear readers! Apologies for not posting last night – I didn’t get back from Wolverhampton until gone 8pm and by the time I’d had my dinner I was way too tired to do anything other than slump … Continue reading

 
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Crucible Analysis

Tweet Things at The Crucible are warming up nicelywith no major shocks so far – though Martin Gould’s 10-9 defeat of Marco Fu was a bit of a surprise. To be honest Fu is a strange kind of player. Sometimes … Continue reading

 
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Let Battle Commence!

Tweet I realise, dear readers, that this blog is largely devoted to the Sport of Kings – and rightly so. After all, it’s what pays the bills. However,  just occasionally, I will be giving you my thoughts on other sporting … Continue reading

 
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The Great British Weather

Tweet In my last post I waxed lyrical about all the fun I was going to have on Good Friday at The Betfair Lambourn Open Day. Well, the best laid plans and all that…… On Thursday evening we went late … Continue reading

 
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Betfair Lambourn Open Day

Tweet Long time no speak, dear readers. Apologies from me. Been a very busy couple of weeks getting my new accounts set up, moving money around like a mob launderer, managing heavy betting commitments and general time sapping nonsense. No … Continue reading

 
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