Sorry, I mentioned 5 minutes in the previous post.
The sport of kings.
I think you may have applied the wrong test.Ferru123 wrote: ↑Sat Jan 27, 2018 11:37 amHi Derek
I am no statistician, but I was pretty sure that was wrong, so I tested it.
The results of laying at BSP to a risk of 1 point per horse with zero commission for all runners in 2017 are as follows:
The results when you assign each horse a random percentage chance between 1% and 99% are as follows:
I would therefore conclude that BSP beats randomness.
Did you apply random percentages adding up to 100% for each race?
If not, what was the overrounds, 500% ? That would explain the massive profit if you're backing.
It's been a while since I've been at 40,000 feet, but I thought you could just about see the curvature of the earth from that height ?
i think you need a lot higher 15 to 20 milesDerek27 wrote: ↑Sat Jan 27, 2018 1:18 pmIt's been a while since I've been at 40,000 feet, but I thought you could just about see the curvature of the earth from that height ?Euler wrote: ↑Sat Jan 27, 2018 1:14 pmOnly 536 people have actually been high enough above the earth to see it as a globe, perhaps, unless that is a conspiracy. But 7bn people live on it, I'm plumping for flat.
i dont believe for a minute your an idiot flat earther, so i can only assume this is part of your contrarian approach to trading (going against the crowd).
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