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Thread: Anyone know what was the payoff on Wawrinka last night?

  1. #1 Anyone know what was the payoff on Wawrinka last night? 
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    Wanted to bet it but got busy with a BBQ and friends
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    No payoff on any books that I'm aware of, I had him +416 at the bottom of a 3 teamer where the first 2 plays hit, so I hedged Nole. But tennis matches must go the distance, and it didn't, so, no action on the hedge, and the two teamer got "watered down" to a two teamer.

    Btw, Julia Georges is easy on the eyes with a great rack, but she just had a choke job for the ages in losing to Vekic: 3 double faults in one game when she was trying to win in straight sets, let it get away, got broken in the 9th game of the decisive set to go down 5-3, got up 40-15 in that game, and never won another point, including hitting a semi-sitter overhead out on match point.
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    Damn, that sucks. Wawrinka dominating up two sets and leading in the third and it's a no bet cause Joker retired. Was not aware of that ruling. That's a bad beat for Wawrinka backers.

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    No payoff on any books that I'm aware of, I had him +416 at the bottom of a 3 teamer where the first 2 plays hit, so I hedged Nole. But tennis matches must go the distance, and it didn't, so, no action on the hedge, and the two teamer got "watered down" to a two teamer.

    Btw, Julia Georges is easy on the eyes with a great rack, but she just had a choke job for the ages in losing to Vekic: 3 double faults in one game when she was trying to win in straight sets, let it get away, got broken in the 9th game of the decisive set to go down 5-3, got up 40-15 in that game, and never won another point, including hitting a semi-sitter overhead out on match point.
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    Actually it depends on the book. 5dimes requires tennis matches to go one full set for action. Many books do require that the match be completed for action.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny B View Post
    Actually it depends on the book. 5dimes requires tennis matches to go one full set for action. Many books do require that the match be completed for action.
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