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 when a game is a draw(Tie) 
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Post when a game is a draw(Tie)
I did my first sports betting RV last week for a football game (England Vs Switzerland) that was played on Saturday. The RV session clearly indecated that Switzerland was the winner, so I put my money where my RV mouth says would win (Only £10).
Anyway, the game was a draw(Tie) 2-2. To my thinking there must be a way of formulating a cue that could first be used to view wether the game was going to be a draw before doing the standard RV betting sesion.
Again this could be a binery yes or no this games end result a draw, Yes or No?
Is this session indecates the match is a draw..great, there is how to place your bet. If it indecated the game is not a draw, thats fine too, you just do the standard RV betting HARV session. But you have illiminated the chance of it being a draw(Tie) first.
Here is my problem....I am absolutely crap at formulating Cues. Could anyone come up with a template cue along the lines for the HARV sports betting session that would allow for a draw(Yes or No)answere?

Thank you

Mon Jun 06, 2011 10:19 am
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Joined: Sun Jan 30, 2011 12:36 pm
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Location: Manchester, UK
Post Re: when a game is a draw(Tie)
I think it is just better to choose games that don't have the possibility of a draw which is frustrating because in the UK because the biggest sport is football and a draw is very likely.

I suggest you choose rugby games, a draw is a possibility but i don't think i have ever seen a rugby match turn out as a draw.

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Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:06 pm
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