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    Anyone on here play them?

    Which ones? Which ones are the most popular? Are there any competitions, e.g set up by universities or by firms coming up in the new year?

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      1. Yes.

      2. My "own".

      3. The bad ones.

      4. Invariably, there are many and invariably, they are rubbish.


      PS. I think Betfair is potentially excellent. But you have to be the sort of person who just sees something and think about it very deeply and creatively.
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      Agree with PB, they are usually appalling.
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      (Original post by President_Ben)
      1. Yes.

      2. My "own".

      3. The bad ones.

      4. Invariably, there are many and invariably, they are rubbish.


      PS. I think Betfair is potentially excellent. But you have to be the sort of person who just sees something and think about it very deeply and creatively.
      Betfair + Betangel

      I think theres tons of ways to make small amounts of money (small relative to job, large relative to student poverty)
     
     
     
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