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  • damage83
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    Yes I will take a look at this when I get home tonight, at the moment I have been betting very small, £4 is the maximum I have been doing, I am aware of my limits and will not risk a high percentage of my capital.

    Thanks for the reply

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  • george9
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    ive been using the geektoy for a couple of weeks now, wonderful piece of kit, but its wise to take things very carefully when trading, still cannot get any feel for the movement of the price on the ladder, its easy to lose money very quickly, id advise using 2 pound stakes whilst trying to get an understanding of the way the odds move, and make sure you use the stop loss, that way you minimise your losses. good luck.

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  • damage83
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    Hi All, Im new to the Forum, just getting into trading and admittedly my knowledge is fairly limited atm.

    I am aware of the basic concepts and am doing ok with a small float at the moment.

    Although some of this may be answered in other threads I just have a quick question on what you feel is needed to be a successful trader.

    When it comes to things like dutching and scalping I am truly a beginner here.

    Do you need to employ all of these concepts to be successful or just some of them?

    thanks david

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  • Pasty
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    Just signed-up and had a play. The Toy is truly a thing of beauty!

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  • nonails
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    Hello and Happy New Year

    Hi everybody, I`m a long time lurker and decided its time to say hello given its a new year and all.

    nonails
    Ireland

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  • Quo
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    Originally posted by doubleback View Post
    Or, does Barbie = Quo ?????????

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  • doubleback
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    Or, does Barbie = Quo ?????????

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  • Quo
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    Originally posted by doubledaq View Post
    Who are you really, Barbie?!

    I'm thinking that you're either, Jibs, or KR.....

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  • doubledaq
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    Who are you really, Barbie?!

    I'm thinking that you're either, Jibs, or KR.....

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  • Barbie
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    Hello.
    My name is Barbie.

    What are you doing in my home?
    I don't remember inviting you.
    :Naughty

    Anyway...Happy New Year.

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  • doubledaq
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    Hello everybody!

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  • mightymoi
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    Not really new, was PC0845 but had to re register for the DAQ version.
    Last edited by mightymoi; 4 January 2012, 12:40 AM. Reason: Still cant spell, regardless of username

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  • mikelorna
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    Hello all,
    I signed up today and i do know the basics of trading but now i have to ask where do i start and what do next with AGT ? all replies and advice will be gratefully received. Thanking you
    Mike Pickering
    West Bromwich

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  • george9
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    hi to everyone, ive just downloaded the toy and after a few teething problems ive managed to get it up and running, first impressions are good, ive used bet devil in the past which i think is very good, im looking forward to seeing if the geek toy is as good or better.

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  • eggman
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    Originally posted by KaiserT View Post
    Hi all.

    Experienced tennis trader (3 years full-time) but new to the toy and the forum. Been using betfair's basic interface for vast majority, but guess I can only benefit from getting to grips with a trading programme with the advantages it can provide. Hopefully I familiarise myself with the Toy enough in the next week or two to use it fully in the new year.
    KaiserT, youíve been trading tennis for 3 years on the website? Fair play to you if youíve made a success of that. I guess you can swing trade and pick certain spots, especially in WTA matches. Thatís what Iíd do, anyways.

    Welcome everyone!

    jrh, trying new things wonít do much harm, as long as you stick to tiny stakes and build from there. There are so many ways to make a return from different types of markets, so try and find something that makes sense to you. Whatever you do, always try to look for value opportunities.

    trogen, donít rush into going full time. Also, if you think you need to bet large amounts to get decent returns, youíre mistaken .

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