I am not surprised. William Hill are not to blame with regards to loses at such short odds, although I think WH prices are far too high on anti post. I have seen 1/10 on players and teams getting turned over commonly which to me is a disgrace. Football teams and tennis players get far too much money and I have seen many playing who look as though they not bothered in winning. Losers of course still get paid whilst punters are turned over.Unjustifiably in my own opinion as the gamblers are not the crooks but the players themselves. I suggest punters buy.shares instead of backing sh=t that do not play. We also know that some matches are also fixed.................. I saw S Halep at 1/8 on lose in 2 sets..seeded 2..and was thrashed..Punters out there beware.
8 May '15
Loss in January. ....... record WIN May the 7th. Coalition 1/10 ha ha ha
8 May '15
Have been in for a couple of years and glad I've had the opportunity to sell out at a small gain following today's rise. Good luck to all shareholders still holding.
27 Apr '15
I would strongly urge any shareholders to question the mobile site and demand it be sorted it. It has been a laughing stock for years and is continuously full of bugs and errors. On one day last week they couldn't take any ew bets for 7 hours. Its laughable.
23 Apr '15
okay I can see that Morgan Stanley have off-loaded 350000 or so shares today, which is strange timing due to ex-div next Friday. So to top up or not - that's the question.
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