Thanks Scruff, why I didn't try co.uk or Google, only my brain knows. After a day of looking at code, and an evening of watching pretty flashing ladders and lots of red numbers
I don't think I function as well as normal!
I think that the strategy mentioned above is probably in the paid-for newsletter, rather than on the free blog.
Still, for a fiver it might be worth a punt.
Funny thing is, in sports like cricket and tennis, it's easy to see discrete points where odds are likely to shift fast. Taking a wicket is the obvious one.
I suspect there might be money to be made either by scalping as the odds come in as the favourite proceeds to victory - or looking for over-reactions as wickets fall.
The key to the first bit might be to only scalp whilst there are still top-order batsman left to come in - once they're gone the game can get away quickly.
Even then - every ball can take a wicket, of course, so I think it might make for nervous trading.
I'll bet all this is amplified in the accelerated version of the game that is Twenty20. For timid traders like me, it might all be too much. I'll probably stick to just losing slowly on the horses for now.
Plus, for true followers of the summer game, Twenty20 isn't really cricket... not that I'd care if I could make it pay.