Tuesday, 10 June 2008

Three Days Later...

Couple of busy days workwise, and a lazy day on Sunday mean I have three days worth of results to catch up with....


Sunday 8 June

Not a good day for the tipping lines today but I was in good form with my football picks on the Euro 2008 games.


SLH is not in the best of form at present, and that continued with two bets given, Aberdeen Park each way , and Croft to win both at Worcester and neither ever looking likely to collect.

No other bets from any of my services so I played on the football.

Got everything spot on, £180 on Croatia at 5/6, £110 on under 2.5 goals in the Germany game at 10/11. £25 correct score singles on 1-0 and 2-0 in both games and 4 £10 doubles on the same scores, all correct for a very nice pick up on the evening.


Profit on day £487




Monday 9 June


A poor day again for my services with Isiris giving out a losing insider bet on Missioner, beaten a short head by Formation at Pontefract.

Blue Sky advised a win bet on Flying Lady who didn't live up to her name and was only 4th.

Nothing from SLH or Optimum and no account bets from Maths, but three horses highlighted in his e-mail - nothing doing here either with a losing each way double, and losing bets on Aegean Prince and Chantilly Tiffany (e/w at 10/1 - 4th).

No joy on the footy today either as my only bet was a £100 single on Italy, least said about that the better.



Loss on day £700




Tuesday 10 June

Today was more like it, with good winners from both SLH and Mathematician, and a bit of good fortune just to make things taste even sweeter.

SLH had nothing this afternoon so I rang back for his evening update, where he advised an each way bet on Cyd Charisse at Southwell at 6/1. Coming to the last in the lead, she was joined by Benmadigan who was jumped into by Olmato Collonges - stopping both of them in their tracks and allowing Cyd Charisse to go on and win the race at an SP of 7/2. Nice !!!

Mathematician had no account bet, but once again showed he remains in top form with the only race highlighted in his e-mail the 7.45 Chester. The recommended bet was on Daaweitza, with a saver on Gallantry. Daaweitza got up to win in the last few yards to deny Gallantry, and a winner for me at 8/1. Don't do exactas, but in this case it paid £96.10 which would have been nice for a tenner. But not going to be greedy, a superb day and just what was needed to get the month back on track.

Nothing doing in the football tonight, too busy at work to have a good look at it and I wasn't going to sit through Greece v Sweden without a financial interest on it.


Profit on day £912

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