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Discussion in '2022 Tournaments' started by Baddie lover, Apr 3, 2022.

  1. ong huigen

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    Actually they dun even need to put money on a betting site because there is a limit in how much you can put on a betting site. They just have to match fix and collaborate with a bookie or something. Easily can get 10-20k I think. I have seen a pattern of match fixing. The Thai female player I was talking about it Kathethong. I mean can you imagine. She can match the top players a few month ago and suddenly she messed up big time against an unknown Taiwanese player?

    Also in the previous event. Kitiharakul J/Prajongjal played like crap against the previous Japanese new comers and suddenly brought their A game against Du Yue and Li Wan Mei. I mean seriously. There is no reason for them to play like crap against Japanese new Comers given that they did not even play much matches and they need to win this with a dominant result in order to challenge the Chinese players.

    Look at this schedule. Is this even heavy?
    https://www.flashscore.com/player/kititharakul-jongkolphan/roA12PCL/results/

    I mean seriously. They cannot even smash hard against the Japanese players(Hirokami/Kata)y and suddenly they smash so hard against the Chinese players.

    If you put money on those events, you can smell match fixing all the way.

    But then ppl here probably just live life day by day. They just live for survival and just repeat what they are told.
     
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  2. Cheung

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    Innocence before guilt - sounds like someone losing money.

    Momata is getting beat left right and centre so you would be better off betting on him losing.
     
  3. ong huigen

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    Actually I won a little in the end. Because I bet that CTC will trash the indian player in the 3rd set after he lost the 2nd set and I got so fed up that I went all in in the 3rd set.

    Like I said earlier, you are the typical kind that probably live just for survival that's all.

    Sometimes you really do not need "evidence" to see the obvious. You know for example the vaccinations?

    I can show you my winning records if you wish.

    Its not a lot of money. But a win is still a win.

    Seems you are not that great as a person. "Gloating" over someone losses. I know you got the information on the vaccination checks at the Malaysia Open. Thanks OK. Really Thanks.

    But really I did not lose in the end even though before the CTC match, I probably "lost" a bit including the bet whereby CTC will not lose a set.

    I bet on Okamura H./Onodera M.(Japanese pair) and end up actually winning overall. Like I said not a lot. But still a significant percentage of what I deposited in.

    BTW, betting on Momota is still a bad idea. I mean can you explain how Momota managed the trash Ng Ka Long in Malaysian Open. So he still has the ability to beat most of the players except for maybe Axelsen, Ginting and LZJ. When Tsuneyama beat Momota recently, Tsuneyama actually played well in the tournament overall. I mean just look at this results at the Malaysian masters. Then you know why Momota actually got defeated. Credit to Tsuneyama for not just giving up the match just because it's Momota. That means he is actually very confident of himself and will actually be doing well in the next tournament. See I already gave a tip.

    But it's ok. You are just "ordinary" that's all.

    And btw. When I complained of my "losses", I did not really lose overall. But I am just not happy with losing bets that I am supposed to win. Actually, I have very good money management.

    But you can choose not to believe what I say.
     
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  4. Cheung

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    My opinion is that you can’t judge just by previous results. There are local factors which affect people differently and some things like players just having bad days or good days.

    Some players have good runs or a good game and then have “regression to the mean”.

    The whole point of betting is that you are not “supposed to win”. The banker gets their percentage from you.
     
  5. Vestige117

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    Wong/Boon did lose Lu/Yao 21-12, 19-21, 23-25 this year, so it wasn't so surprising.
    And lost to Liang Weiken / Wang Chan 21-19, 14-21, 19-21.
     
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    so let me get this straight...... some people here are accusing pro players/player of cheating iin an open forum... you better show proof
     
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    GJW lost the 1st set to Saena 21-9, second set GJW leading 17-7
     
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    In the end GJW lost in 3 sets but considering her physical condition, it is already far better than other MAS WS in Taipei Open
     
  9. ong huigen

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    That is why I say you are ordinary.

    Of course ordinary people lose if they bet because based on average they are supposed to lose. I mean after all, assuming that it's 50 - 50 and banker take a percentage. Of course average people will lose. When you place your bet, you are supposed to identify "value". But I doubt you understand those things.

    But then you never take into account match analysis and etc. And often, the odds set by the bookmaker is not "perfect". But I doubt you are sophisticated to understand those things.

    Just be ordinary will ya.

    And I can see you are a very bitter person inside.
     
  10. ong huigen

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    Ok ok. You just be "ordinary" will you.
     
  11. Vestige117

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    Some people really mistake performing badly in home tournament = match fixing. The most logical reasons are probably nervous in front of home crowd, pressure of expectation, and so on.
     
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  12. ong huigen

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    Ok I will provide an actual difference in quality of play for
    Kititharakul/Prajongjai in Singapore Open

    whereby they played really well against Du Yue/Li Wan Mei
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    6 hr : 07 mins onwards.

    If you cannot see the difference in play, maybe you should go and find another sport to watch,

    Provided this so that people will not simply say I am making things up.

    But then most people are ordinary anyways.

    I bet most people will now say why I got nothing better to do.

    But of course, the conditions were worst when they played against Japanese pair and they were not in a "good" mood right?
     
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    Khosit Phetpradab proved a difficult opponent for Naraoka. The latter did well to pull through, probably through tenacity more than anything else. There were some excellent receives.
     
  14. terrynguyen121988

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    I feel that who stood at the far corner will take advantage

    Any way, Naraoka has quick reflection.

    It's surprised to me that Naraoka has faster reflection in compared to Nishimoto at back hand.
     
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  15. Baddyforall

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    Is there any link to watch?
     
  16. extremenanopowe

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    Always a possibility match fixing. Just dun get caught.

    Tpe got a new lin dan ;)
     
  17. It'sMeMeMe

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    yeee LCY pretty strong....lets see if he can win the tourney.....
     
  18. terrynguyen121988

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    all courts on BWF TV on youtube
     
  19. Cheung

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    Just like there’s always a possibility of losing your bet.

    Need to show better proof.
     
  20. extremenanopowe

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    So far its good to bet against momota in semis or finals. lol. LJZ also since he is injured, not sure can recover for big long matches. Ginting is coming back. ;)
     

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