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Old Mar 20, 2017, 12:15pm   #401
 
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Pat494 started this thread This is the crucial week to decide this quarter's gold medalist from the top 4 contenders.
WHO will get it right ?

As Welly said It'll be a close run thing.

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Old Mar 20, 2017, 5:59pm   #402
 
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Good luck to you all on the penultimate week 12 for QTR1.

Once again we have 10 bears led by Oscar against 6 bulls with me the most optimistic of the lot. We have 67 tick variance in forecasts.

Another week where Weighted and Mean Averages are on opposing side of the battle lines.

Remember, there is $100 Amazon vouchers for the top spot at end of Quarter1. Points gained also count towards EoY prize too. $100 will buy you a very good read or two.


Wishing you the best...


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Old Mar 20, 2017, 6:33pm   #403
 
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Just trying to work out if there's any possible way I could still win. Tough call.
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Just trying to work out if there's any possible way I could still win. Tough call.
You could change your name to Atilla.
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Old Mar 20, 2017, 8:38pm   #405
 
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As in snooker, there are 8 points on the table with possible -2 for foul forecasts.

Makes a max 10 points difference. Thus anyone with 4 points can still potentially win at a rough calculation.

6 names in the running.


Then there are another 41 weeks to go for the end of the year 2017
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You could change your name to Atilla.
Or stop article 50.
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I wouldn't be able to celebrate brexit next Wednesday though.
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I wouldn't be able to celebrate brexit next Wednesday though.
It it too late to organise street parties
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