I reckon Fortuna did pretty well getting 6 out of the nine right in her round 15 footy tips. Shit, who would have thought that Port Adelaide would beat Collingwood! Jackson Trengove says the Port Power players picked it up a notch in honour of Phil Walsh who used to be their assistant coach. Nice of them to say that after the win, something that I’m sure the Crows would have loved to do in their game against West Coast.
As you know, even though Fortuna didn’t pick Adelaide as part of her tips, I selected them as the last leg of my Multi-bet. It was more of an emotional bet and I was really hoping the Crows could pull off a win. Partly in honour of Phil Walsh and partly because it would have culminated in a nice win, bet wise. You could tell at the end of the game how disappointed they were in their loss. I’m sure they did all they could to honour Phil Walsh. Unfortunately it wasn’t to be.
Yes, a win would have been a great tribute, but the fact that they played as well as they did, even after the recent horrific loss of their coach, is a tribute all the same.
As you can tell from my last post my latest multi-bet was a bit of a bummer, getting two out of the four right. I nearly cashed out at $12 but didn’t. The wrong decision and one I made on an emotional level. Reckon I should do a post on how one should keep emotions out of the equation when it comes to sports betting 😉
I’m going to continue to place multicast for a couple of reasons. The first is In minimises my loss allowing my bankroll to last a lot longer. The second is that a multi-bet win is so much more lucrative than your normal bet. I wrote about this in the Biggest Multi-Wins post.
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