• Hi Guest, The forum will be moving hosts on 26 July and as such will be closed from Midday until the move has completed.
    As we will be with new hosts it may take a while before DNS get updated so it could take while before you can get back on the forum.
    I think it will take at least 4 hours but could easily be 48!
    Ark Royal
  • There seems to be a problem with some alerts not being emailed to members. I have told the hosts and they are investigating.
  • Hi Guest Just in case you were not aware I wanted to highlight that you can now get a 20% discount on Inform Racing.
    Simply enter the coupon code ukbettingform when subscribing here.
    We have a lot of members who are existing users of Inform Racing so help is always available if needed.
    Best Wishes
    AR
  • Sorry for the ongoing issues that you may have been experiencing whilst using the forum lately

    It really is frustrating when the forum slows down or Server Error 500 pops up.

    Apparently the hosts acknowledge there is a problem.
    Thank you for using our services and sorry for the experienced delay!
    Unfortunately, these errors are due to a higher server load. Our senior department knows about the issue and they are working towards a permanent resolution of the issue, however, I'd advise you to consider using our new cPanel cloud solutions: https://www.tsohost.com/web-hosting


    I will have to investigate what the differences are with what We have know compared to the alternative service they want us to migrate to.
    Keep safe.
    AR
  • Hi Guest Just in case you were not aware I wanted to highlight that you can now get a free 7 day trial of Horseracebase here.
    We have a lot of members who are existing users of Horseracebase so help is always available if needed, as well as dedicated section of the fourm here.
    Best Wishes
    AR

If anyone's interested . . . .

UK-21

Yearling
I've updated the league tables (as of 20th December), 19/20 season final position tables and remaining fixtures data within this workbook. All presented in standard tabular format and easily grabbed for import/inclusion into other spreadsheets and/or DB tables. The eighteen tables in question are:
English (P'ship, Ch'Ship, League 1/2)
Scottish (P'ship, Ch'Ship, League 1/2)
Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2
French Ligue 1/2
Italian Serie A/B
Spanish Primera/Seconda
Dutch Eredivisie Table
Portuguese Primeira Table

Thought it might save some people here some time.

Here's the link directly to my server:
http://www.uk-21.org/data/Football-Betting-Tool.xlsm

If you think it'd be helpful then enjoy!

Seasons greetings. 😉
 

markfinn

Sire
I've updated the league tables (as of 20th December), 19/20 season final position tables and remaining fixtures data within this workbook. All presented in standard tabular format and easily grabbed for import/inclusion into other spreadsheets and/or DB tables. The eighteen tables in question are:
English (P'ship, Ch'Ship, League 1/2)
Scottish (P'ship, Ch'Ship, League 1/2)
Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2
French Ligue 1/2
Italian Serie A/B
Spanish Primera/Seconda
Dutch Eredivisie Table
Portuguese Primeira Table

Thought it might save some people here some time.

Here's the link directly to my server:
http://www.uk-21.org/data/Football-Betting-Tool.xlsm

If you think it'd be helpful then enjoy!

Seasons greetings. 😉
Like your web site - very nice
 

UK-21

Yearling
Yes, it has been a while since I regularly posted here. I knocked the footie betting on the head towards the end of the 19/20 season as the late goals and regular rogue results tended to put a dampner on things . . . although I never expect to win 'em all, a relatively small number of raspberries (that I'd challenge anyone to anticipate) are responsible for just about all of my losses to date when punting on the correct scores options. The regular incidence of such results, when coupled with the bookies' pricing, has left me scratching my head over just how to come out in front and stay there. I may give it another whirl in the latter part of the season.

I did have some success playing a particular ("live" online) wheel of doom . . . I designed a spreadsheet that, when fed with results data, would identify statistically abnormal incidences of sectors being spun (a 15 number sector of the track in my case) which I concluded was the result of croup bias. The spreadsheet would analyse the data on the fly and flag up the next block of numbers to cover based on the perceived bias. I got into correspondence with a nice man who had worked as a lecturer at the Dept of Maths and Astro-Physics at the University of Stockholm who does something similar (using consistencies in all of the factors affecting a spin to predict a sector of the wheel that will result), and that turned out to be quite enlightening - and an indicator that I was on to something. And then came along the plague . . . and I wound up the gambling when I was furloughed off by my employer at the end of March (as I saw it as a bad habit that might be a challenge to break). Haven't really done anything, gambling-wise, since apart from adding a few book reviews to my site.
 
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