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    Posted: 08 Jun 2021 at 4:56pm
Jaysus that add for the Euros is seriously cringeworthy. 
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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

i'm the same, but am on the 9th question now

Do you have to go all in on your last question I wonder?
I won €200 on question 10 before(it's 12  now). Was on €800 and went 600/200 split. It was Crystal Palace v Spurs in the FA Cup BTTS. I went for yes. Palace won 2-0. Kieran Trippier missed a peno for Spurs. I was fuming.

Won €50 another time

To answer your question, you can still split on the last question.


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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

i'm the same, but am on the 9th question now

Do you have to go all in on your last question I wonder?
You did on the tv show so I’d say yes
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i'm the same, but am on the 9th question now

Do you have to go all in on your last question I wonder?
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Have had a go at his a good few times RB but usually fall by the wayside after about 4 or 5 questions, I tend to go all in on most questions
Just because it's tradition does not make it right
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Has anyone ever successfully beaten the drop in the PP online game?
 
You get a free entry every day starting with £1,000 - 12 questions to answer by putting/splitting your money on yes or no outcomes and whatever you're left with at the end get credited to your account


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Originally posted by Flanno7hi Flanno7hi wrote:

Originally posted by Il Principe Il Principe wrote:

Originally posted by Lenny82 Lenny82 wrote:

Originally posted by Flanno7hi Flanno7hi wrote:

Originally posted by Lenny82 Lenny82 wrote:

Originally posted by SUPERWESLEYHOOLAHAN SUPERWESLEYHOOLAHAN wrote:

Mostly roulette and blackjack yeah there definitely the worst, very easily done especially after a few drinks Cry

Online roulette is an absolute scam. When PP first introduced it, I thought I was on the pig's back by backing red and doubling my stake each time until it came up, then switch to black and repeat. I had built a nice little pot and was expecting them to cut me off when I hit 11 reds in a row.
 
That's not online betting that's just roulette. You were playing the martingale system. It's a classic, people think oh well eventually Red or Black has to happen but if your initial stake was £1 after 10 spins you could be betting £512 to cover your losses so far and if you win you'll be £1 in profit.  
 
That's exactly it. So long as you have the capital to back you up, you'll be alright. I ran out of road!

lol no you won't be alright 
That's the whole point you'll be be f**ked. Maybe a flat progression like the D'alembert system might be better but in fairness the house never loses.

Yes, I get that, which is why I said so long as you have the capital to back you up....

You'll end up betting large sums for marginal gains. I had been doing a couple of hours a day and was averaging about €30 an hour profit (whilst watching telly) until I hit 11 in a row. Haven't played it since, and that must have been 14 or 15 years ago!


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Originally posted by Il Principe Il Principe wrote:

Originally posted by Lenny82 Lenny82 wrote:

Originally posted by Flanno7hi Flanno7hi wrote:

Originally posted by Lenny82 Lenny82 wrote:

Originally posted by SUPERWESLEYHOOLAHAN SUPERWESLEYHOOLAHAN wrote:

Mostly roulette and blackjack yeah there definitely the worst, very easily done especially after a few drinks Cry

Online roulette is an absolute scam. When PP first introduced it, I thought I was on the pig's back by backing red and doubling my stake each time until it came up, then switch to black and repeat. I had built a nice little pot and was expecting them to cut me off when I hit 11 reds in a row.
 
That's not online betting that's just roulette. You were playing the martingale system. It's a classic, people think oh well eventually Red or Black has to happen but if your initial stake was £1 after 10 spins you could be betting £512 to cover your losses so far and if you win you'll be £1 in profit.  
 
That's exactly it. So long as you have the capital to back you up, you'll be alright. I ran out of road!

lol no you won't be alright 
That's the whole point you'll be be f**ked. Maybe a flat progression like the D'alembert system might be better but in fairness the house never loses.
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Originally posted by Lenny82 Lenny82 wrote:

Originally posted by Flanno7hi Flanno7hi wrote:

Originally posted by Lenny82 Lenny82 wrote:

Originally posted by SUPERWESLEYHOOLAHAN SUPERWESLEYHOOLAHAN wrote:

Mostly roulette and blackjack yeah there definitely the worst, very easily done especially after a few drinks Cry

Online roulette is an absolute scam. When PP first introduced it, I thought I was on the pig's back by backing red and doubling my stake each time until it came up, then switch to black and repeat. I had built a nice little pot and was expecting them to cut me off when I hit 11 reds in a row.
 
That's not online betting that's just roulette. You were playing the martingale system. It's a classic, people think oh well eventually Red or Black has to happen but if your initial stake was £1 after 10 spins you could be betting £512 to cover your losses so far and if you win you'll be £1 in profit.  
 
That's exactly it. So long as you have the capital to back you up, you'll be alright. I ran out of road!

lol no you won't be alright 
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Originally posted by Flanno7hi Flanno7hi wrote:

Originally posted by Lenny82 Lenny82 wrote:

Originally posted by SUPERWESLEYHOOLAHAN SUPERWESLEYHOOLAHAN wrote:

Mostly roulette and blackjack yeah there definitely the worst, very easily done especially after a few drinks Cry

Online roulette is an absolute scam. When PP first introduced it, I thought I was on the pig's back by backing red and doubling my stake each time until it came up, then switch to black and repeat. I had built a nice little pot and was expecting them to cut me off when I hit 11 reds in a row.
 
That's not online betting that's just roulette. You were playing the martingale system. It's a classic, people think oh well eventually Red or Black has to happen but if your initial stake was £1 after 10 spins you could be betting £512 to cover your losses so far and if you win you'll be £1 in profit.  
 
That's exactly it. So long as you have the capital to back you up, you'll be alright. I ran out of road!
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Originally posted by Lenny82 Lenny82 wrote:

Originally posted by SUPERWESLEYHOOLAHAN SUPERWESLEYHOOLAHAN wrote:

Mostly roulette and blackjack yeah there definitely the worst, very easily done especially after a few drinks Cry

Online roulette is an absolute scam. When PP first introduced it, I thought I was on the pig's back by backing red and doubling my stake each time until it came up, then switch to black and repeat. I had built a nice little pot and was expecting them to cut me off when I hit 11 reds in a row.
 
That's not online betting that's just roulette. You were playing the martingale system. It's a classic, people think oh well eventually Red or Black has to happen but if your initial stake was £1 after 10 spins you could be betting £512 to cover your losses so far and if you win you'll be £1 in profit.  
 
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Is there any other place where a it's acceptable to jump a queue?

Copper Face Jacks.

Good luck maintaining social distancing in there btw. LOL
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Is there any other place where a it's acceptable to jump a queue?
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Just because it's tradition does not make it right
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Is there any other place where a it's acceptable to jump a queue?

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Originally posted by Flanno7hi Flanno7hi wrote:

Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

I’ve never played roulette or blackjack on a machine in the bookies or online
Road to the poor house

Machines aren’t going to let you win against them 
 
 
I won 2 grand off £16 the first time I ever played one in a bookies in Burnley. Playing roulette. Had just moved to England. Rang my Da to tell him and the first thing he said to me was don't be getting f**king addicted.
 
I didn't bet again for a few weeks after that and didn't play the roulette for a while because I was worried about getting hooked on it. don't think I;ve ever put more than £20 in though. They've f**ked the machines now you can't bet more than £2 on a spin.
 
Can't see how bookies will work, you've got drunk old lads in there all day and lads sprinting in from the pub to have a quick look and up to the counter to put a bet on the next dogs. There'll be no time for social distancing when the 11.07 at Newcastle is about to go,

It's part of the reason why Boris is under pressure to remove the rule altogether. Some places more notably bookies can't open atm despite the betting industry being re-opened. 

My Willy Hill shop next door to me has to stay closed because it's not big enough to accommodate the usual Saturday morning crowd and stick to the rules
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Originally posted by SUPERWESLEYHOOLAHAN SUPERWESLEYHOOLAHAN wrote:

Mostly roulette and blackjack yeah there definitely the worst, very easily done especially after a few drinks Cry

Online roulette is an absolute scam. When PP first introduced it, I thought I was on the pig's back by backing red and doubling my stake each time until it came up, then switch to black and repeat. I had built a nice little pot and was expecting them to cut me off when I hit 11 reds in a row.
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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

I’ve never played roulette or blackjack on a machine in the bookies or online
Road to the poor house

Machines aren’t going to let you win against them 
 
 
I won 2 grand off £16 the first time I ever played one in a bookies in Burnley. Playing roulette. Had just moved to England. Rang my Da to tell him and the first thing he said to me was don't be getting f**king addicted.
 
I didn't bet again for a few weeks after that and didn't play the roulette for a while because I was worried about getting hooked on it. don't think I;ve ever put more than £20 in though. They've f**ked the machines now you can't bet more than £2 on a spin.
 
Can't see how bookies will work, you've got drunk old lads in there all day and lads sprinting in from the pub to have a quick look and up to the counter to put a bet on the next dogs. There'll be no time for social distancing when the 11.07 at Newcastle is about to go,


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