Monday, 20 February 2012

Sunday Marathon Results

Yesterday saw another great marathon session as games were traded at the console by members irrespective of the teams form. New members covered their Homer purchase by just one day at the console.

Excluding Crawley which had all outcomes depending on a personal choice, there were 14 games available to trade of which 10 won, 1 scratched and only 3 lost. Gijon was a bigger win than average as it was an EHD that finished 1-1 which is the highest green.

If all games are traded the profit would be well in excess of £100. Add that to Saturdays profit and it is one serious weekend!

Check out the comments in my previous post from two happy members.

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11:00 Elche v Celta Vigo HOMER LOSS
11:00 Granada v Sociedad HOMER WINNER

11:30 Leece v Siena HOMER WINNER
12:00 Crawley v Stoke HOMERDOG WINNER/LOSER ON DECISION AT 0-2
12:30 1860 Munich v  F. Dusseldorf HOMERACTIVE GOAL TOO EARLY NO TRADE
12:45 Aberdeen v St.Johnstone HOMER LOSER
13:00 Giannina v Atromitos HOMERLOW SCRATCH
14:00 Cesana v AC Milan EXTREME HOMERDOG WINNER
15:00 Hibernian v Celtic EXTREME HOMERDOG WINNER
16:00 Bordeaux v Lyon HOMER WINNER
16:00 St.Etienne v Rennes HOMER WINNER
16:30 Hannover v Stuttgart HOMERACTIVE WINNER
17:00 Gijon v Ath Madrid EXTREME HOMERDOG 1-1 WINNER
17:00 Mallorca v Villareal HOMER  WINNER
18:45 R Huelva v Hercules HOMER LOSS
18:45 Levante v Rayo Vallecano HOMER WINNER
19:45 Palermo v Lazio HOMERACTIVE GOAL TOO EARLY NO TRADE

3 comments:

Steve said...

Well done Andy

sledge13 said...

Hi Andy, nice results, the sign ups dont seem to send anything to my hotmail....

Handy Andy said...

Hi Sledge, not quite sure what you mean. Mail me at handyandyblog@yahoo.co.uk and we can sort it out.