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Author Topic: Does a bad punt put you off punting?  (Read 6441 times)

Online Jimmyredcab


3) Big, wet, sloppy DFKs with tongue-on-tongue action are the requirement for every punter and WG henceforth. It is an offence under the Punting Act 2013™ section J; subsection R; article C to like/do so otherwise and punishment will be meted out via a barrage of verbal balderdash by the JimmyRedCab twitter account (Which bizarrely exists and also advertises seemingly random SPs  :crazy:)


NightKid (or whoever you used to be)
The Jimmyredcab who posts on Twitter is not me, I have stated that before on here, I have never had a Twitter account and have no desire to open one.  :hi:

Online NightKid

Jimmyredcab (or whoever your evil twin is suspecting me of being)

I know it isn't you, that was a comment obviously designed to mock your quoted post.
Methinks it's time to get your sarcasm detectors checked, eh Jimmie?  ;)

Offline philboi

I agree that a sensible punter does his research and all he can to minimise the risk of a bad punt but in the end if it's a bad service then the service provider is the one at fault.
Seems obvious to me.

I agree.
A bad service is always the WG's fault.
The punter pays for a service and the WG is obliged to give a good service for the money, irrespective of who the punter is because she accepted his payment.

However, as we seem to have established, the more homework we do the better the chances are of choosing a good WG who will give a good service and it won't be so much the fault of the punter if he receives a bad punt for whatever reason.

Then by reducing the amount of bad punts to a  minimum, ultimately the punter is not put off of punting!  :hi:

Online Jimmyredcab

Agreed. Also experienced punters develop good "punting radar".  My radar is still developing unfortunately.

My punting radar is very finely tuned, within the first few minutes I can get a rough idea of how the punt will progress.

I can't explain why, it is a combination of various things such as body language.

Offline rpg

How many times have you read a punter saying "I should have walked" or "it was obvious it was going to be a disaster" Punting radar should be employed to decide whether or not to go to the punt in the first place. Once you get there there's nothing mystical about it. It quickly becomes apparent to even the soppiest punter that things are not as they should be. At that point decide what to do, walk or stay.

Offline Tailpipe

How many times have you read a punter saying "I should have walked" or "it was obvious it was going to be a disaster" Punting radar should be employed to decide whether or not to go to the punt in the first place. Once you get there there's nothing mystical about it. It quickly becomes apparent to even the soppiest punter that things are not as they should be. At that point decide what to do, walk or stay.

rpg

Correct of course. but having planned got there , brain fuction is now been controled by secoundary node.
Yes walk you should but....... :scare: :scare: how many just take the punt. Plan B and C could be the answer.


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