But I am only a poor pensioner, how can I afford such a sum!Might it help increase interest and participation if the 1st prize was say £2000.00,
just a thought.
Well that's cheered me up no end, my hunger PAINS and general suffering seem to be a bit of a blessing nowBut I am only a poor pensioner, how can I afford such a sum!
Actually it's a great system out here - because my wife is of pensionable age despite my not being so, I am a pensionista, which means I get the same benefits as her, including free access to the excellent health care here.
Early retirement was the best career move I have ever made!
Over to Samacas here, he is the gentleman who actually runs the competition so whatever his decision I second it.Hi dave58 Samacas Couldn't see it anywhere above, but I take it the standard bookmakers rules apply with regards to Non-Runners in Forecasts etc.
Taken from Bet365.....
Should any forecast contain a non-runner then the total stake will be placed to Win on the other selection, unless a non-runner results in less than 3 actually running in a race; then all forecasts for that race will be void. In fixed price forecasts the remaining selection will be settled at SP.
(I have a non-runner in the 5.30 Kilbeggan today but although it's taken a massive walk in the market, would like to know the above applies. Thanks)
Thanks for the concern hedgehog and yes it's clear i don't fit in.
Not wishing to take this thread off topic, but I feel the need to reply to this.