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Old 02-17-2005, 02:52 AM
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This is Rpmcmurphy, but I lost my log in information and now I'm the originator. It's a stupid name I'm going to change. But I use to contribute to the back nine a while ago I think you may remember. It was brought to my attention a few weeks ago that in a response to a post that you said what a good GOLF OUT WAGERWEB was last year. So, happens I am Wagerweb golf and have expanded my daily golf props to other books. I Just wanted to say thanks for the recognition.

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Old 02-17-2005, 03:34 AM
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I like to gamble, and I like to win. With all respect, why would I wager at your site with 15 cent sides, when Pinny has the same m/u's at 5 cent sides? Plus your odds page is too big. I need to do a lot of up and down and side to side action. Get in the game, you know who the competition is. Oh boy, dangling participle, sorry everyone.
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Old 02-17-2005, 03:55 AM
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Hey Tommy, you are absolutely correct. When I was betting Golf (for a living), Pinnacle was the only place to play. I agree with you 100%. There may be some misunderstanding. I focus my time on daily round by round prop betting. Completely different than pinnacle and other Books who offer single round match ups. But more importantly, is it wagerweb or Hollywood that is giving you trouble with the web-site? I want your feedback it only makes WW and Hollywood become better Books. The post was not ment to upset you or even solicate your business. However, I do appriecate constructive critisizm.

Thank you,

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Old 02-17-2005, 02:26 PM
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Default RE:Thanks Buzz

RPM-

It is good to see you. I love the book for golf.

Guys RPM is one of the sharpest golf guys I have ever read. Would like to see you offer some insights.
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Buzz, I dont go to games. I buy all the Directv packages and watch them from the comfort of my own home! I dont like listening to all the fans nonsense at games! I pay for blonde women to come over and have sex with my hispanic hottie maid, and sometimes I get involved to make it a threesome! I like to lay in my pool during the day sipping on drinks that have umbrellas!

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Old 02-17-2005, 11:16 PM
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OK. I got ya' now RP.

The web page is bad, really bad at WagerWeb. The bet page overlaps the home page and I have to use both pages scrollers to get to the lower listings. Also, it's so wide I have to scroll side to side to see the odds, by then I forget who I'm looking at. Big pain, I couldn't bet there if the odds were better than Pinny. Oddessa is a little better, no side to side stuff, and Hollywood is the best of the 3, only scrolling up down.

I only recall seeing two props that were unique. Fairway accuracy coupled w/ GIR, 2 player M/U's and birdie and better head to head M/U's. The wording at WW for the first is poor. I was somewhat confused, read like GIR trumped the accuracy deal. The other books were exactly clear.

As far as the other prop, birdie or better, I guess it's OK for what it is. But what it really is, is a match play for 2 players with some weird possibilities. Reminds me of the old home blackjack game with the high tie all tie feature. If I understand this correctly, one guy birdie, other guy eagle is a tie for the hole. One guy par, other bogey is also a tie. Anyway, the neat deal about golf is your man can score in 2 ways. Birdie and gain a shot, or opponent bogeys and you also gain a shot. You're never out of the match. With this prop, you could lose in the 14 hole, or possibly sooner. But it is what it is, and I understand that, just not for me.

There ought to be dozens of props for golf, give me some time and I'll think up a few.

I fully appreciate what you're doing, thank you, keep it up.
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Old 02-18-2005, 01:08 AM
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Tommy, I'm sorry that the browser thing is frustrating. If you were to call wagerweb they accomidate you immediately. Tell you what, I'll call for you and have them fix the problem. Can you do me a favor? Go to Hollywoodsportsbook.com and see if you have the same problem. If so I'd like to your input. I'm calling Wagerweb right NOW!


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Old 02-18-2005, 02:48 AM
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Hollywood is good. No side to side movement needed and the home page does not underlap the bet page.
But still, it's a long scroll---the print is big, bigger than needed. My eyes are still good for an old guy. Just got done with dinner, I made deep fried prawns, I would have responded earlier. Thanks for your interest, no one really cared what I thought before. I'm always around. Take care.
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