Did betting shops ever use a percentage approach to the odds? All I remember is the fractional approach (which is still widely used) and now the decimal approach. I ask because I actually prefer your percentage approach, although I can see how the fractional approach might make working out your winnings easier.
Not when I was there
Had to do most of the bets in your head. Had to do multiples using a machine
Now the betting office staff are simply cashiers and customer service. Computers automate all the bets and work out all the winnings
As long as they can count cash they don't need to learn the odds
It was a hard job back then
It was a lot different back then.I still work in the betting shop business and to see these people now not know how to work out £5 at 2/1 is laughable
2NFR: Hogg could do a lot worse, Sharks on a bit of a roll right now ... could be the top team next season (depends if Attiba stays or not)
May 11, 2016 9:51:25 GMT
brummiedunk: Easy for Raiders: 1) Corletto, Sturt, Dixon, Costelloe (my god, he is a good pg and will be HUGE! I didn't even miss josh 2) Elsewhere? Washington from Riders - class! 3) Who wouldn't? Corletto is a god (You hate us but we don't care!)
May 12, 2016 17:01:03 GMT
dwade91: hi everybody, i'm from italy, where can i find a list of the team of London?
May 20, 2016 20:14:10 GMT
gonk: Do you mean a list of teams in London, or a list of London lions players?
May 20, 2016 21:11:25 GMT
dwade91: A list of teams in london, i am from Italy, i dont know leagues and teams in england, i am interesting in london teams
May 21, 2016 9:42:59 GMT
gonk: I've messaged you.
May 21, 2016 17:31:31 GMT
twalk: reading through this thread, my short time in chester was a breeze compared to what followed... lol... funny to me.. def know about that true inner circle of this club....
Jun 23, 2016 21:04:10 GMT