SuperStable

Written by Motts on October 4 2010

For those that are interested, SuperStable is now open:

http://superstable.heraldsun.com.au/

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  1. oh, horse racing…hopefully someone will post the top 3 winning horses for the Melbourne cup before the race.

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          1. fair enough, I’m a shit house punter as well when it comes to the nags. Made some nice footy dollars though this year 🙂

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        1. Y’know what CAPpie? If I’d actually read this post early yesterday morning my words to you would have been: “So You Think looks fantastic at the moment but if you want to back something at decent odds, get on Americain”. Its the words of advice I gave anyone who would listen. Unfortunately I was at a Moet Breakfast at The Westin quaffing down champers, sucking down oysters and chomping down on whatever the cute chicks were walking past with.

          I’ll be heading in to Oaks Day tomorrow. Marquee of course. My early tip for the big race of the day is Brazilian Pulse but it’ll be pretty short given its campaign so far this year so you might want to also consider Placement for a bit of value.

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  2. The Bulldogs will use their first two picks in this year’s draft on father-son duo Mitch Wallis (R1, Pick 22) and Tom Liberatore (R2, Pick 40) after rival clubs also bid on the pair at Tuesday morning’s bidding meeting.

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      1. That’s right Joey boy, just sit back and enjoy the Collingwood premiership dynasty unfold itself 😉

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    1. I like that tip, Rustee. Mistakenly went with Bryce this year – won’t be doing so again in 2011.

      Here’s a tip for you: The Sherminator. Playing at a new club he’ll be keen to impress, had a garbage year in 2010 coz he wasn’t happy so he’ll be cheap, and will get back to playing in one position which is what he wants. He was good a couple of years ago – I reckon he’ll get back to that kind of form.

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      1. yeah and plus he will be playing in Eagleton/Johnson role
        Mid/HF where he used to rack up the points like a Robbie Gray role but the Lions played him on a wing mostly this year

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  3. Willing to share my old man’s tips for tomorrow. He’s better at Racing than supercoach.

    MR1 H 11 f 2, 5
    > MR2 H 2 f 1
    > MR3 H 3
    > MR4 H 2 f 1, 6
    > MR5 H 7 f 4
    > MR6 H 6 f 4, 12, 11
    > MR7 H 1 f 8, 9, 16, 10, 5
    > MR8 H 1 f 20, 12, 7, 6
    > MR9 H 1 f 14, 2
    > MR10 H 10 f 19, 20, 13
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    > In Sydney (Randwick)
    > SR1 H 7
    > SR2 H 5
    > SR3 H 4 f 5
    > SR4 H 1 f 4
    > SR5 H 1 f 4, 7
    > SR6 H 1 f 5
    > SR7 H 5 f 4
    > SR8 H 9 f 2, 1

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  4. Very keen on Gathering in Race 6 tomorrow… each way all day.
    I think Manighar and Herculian Prince will quinella the Cup for what it’s worth.
    So there is a few you can put your pencil through as I no doubt have put the kiss of death on them!

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    1. Hope you only backed them with theoretical $, Stevo.

      I ended the day even after taking the missus’ advice and getting onto Faint Perfume but snagged Ginga Dude which paid a handsome $7.50. There were other bets here and there but all in all it was a satisfying arvo on the punt.

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      1. Did back both Manihgar and Gathering unfortunately, but also snagged Ginga Dude and Culminate so ended up a successful day…
        Thought Manighar was a good run with a view to Melb Cup however, hard to know how the form will hold up coming off the heavy track though.
        Gee I love the Spring Carnival!

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  5. DREAMTEAM CHANGES FOR NEXT YEAR- it is expected that supercoach will be similar

    THE INTRODUCTION of a bye into the AFL fixture, and its subsequent extension to 24 rounds, means a host of changes have been made to the Dream Team competition for 2011, although private leagues will again consist of 16 teams.

    A team of designers, led by Peter Jankulovski, have been reshaping Dream Team, which next year celebrates its 10th anniversary.

    Their biggest challenge has been making sure the fantasy competition remains fair in the five rounds when three AFL clubs have the bye.

    To cope with this, the head-to-head matches in private leagues will begin in round one rather than round four, as has happened in the past.

    This allows for head-to-head matches to be suspended when more than one AFL club has the weekend off.

    Under the new system, private leagues will play 15 rounds, have five general byes, and play finals between rounds 21 and 24.

    “But it is important to note that the overall competition will play out over the entire 24 rounds,” Jankulovski told afl.com.au.

    “Plus there might be a surprise or two.”

    Other confirmed innovations include an increase in squad sizes and the number of trades allowed.

    “All sorts of options and feedback from fans have been considered, and the community has been incredibly vocal with some great suggestions,” Jankulovski added.

    “Some of the suggestions included more trades, different ways of trading, extended teams and varying line-ups and other special trading considerations.”

    KEY CHANGES TO DREAM TEAM FOR 2011
    – Squad sizes increased from 30 players to 33. This allows for an extra defender, midfielder and forward on the bench. The larger squad is designed to help cover for when players are unavailable due to their club having the bye.

    – Given the salary cap will rise only in accordance with the real one under which the AFL clubs operate, player prices will be lowered overall to reflect the need to fit 33 players under the cap rather than 30.

    – An additional four trades made available for the season (taking total trades to 24), with the limit of two per round to remain.

    – Head-to-head matches start in round one and are suspended during the five rounds when three AFL clubs have a bye.

    – Stronger link between social media and Dream Team. Coaches can look forward to direct Facebook and Twitter integration. They will also be able to interact with their social networks and friends directly from the competition.

    – Player research and team management tools will be vastly improved.

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23 thoughts on “SuperStable”

  1. oh, horse racing…hopefully someone will post the top 3 winning horses for the Melbourne cup before the race.

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  2. The Bulldogs will use their first two picks in this year’s draft on father-son duo Mitch Wallis (R1, Pick 22) and Tom Liberatore (R2, Pick 40) after rival clubs also bid on the pair at Tuesday morning’s bidding meeting.

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  3. Willing to share my old man’s tips for tomorrow. He’s better at Racing than supercoach.

    MR1 H 11 f 2, 5
    > MR2 H 2 f 1
    > MR3 H 3
    > MR4 H 2 f 1, 6
    > MR5 H 7 f 4
    > MR6 H 6 f 4, 12, 11
    > MR7 H 1 f 8, 9, 16, 10, 5
    > MR8 H 1 f 20, 12, 7, 6
    > MR9 H 1 f 14, 2
    > MR10 H 10 f 19, 20, 13
    >
    > In Sydney (Randwick)
    > SR1 H 7
    > SR2 H 5
    > SR3 H 4 f 5
    > SR4 H 1 f 4
    > SR5 H 1 f 4, 7
    > SR6 H 1 f 5
    > SR7 H 5 f 4
    > SR8 H 9 f 2, 1

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  4. Very keen on Gathering in Race 6 tomorrow… each way all day.
    I think Manighar and Herculian Prince will quinella the Cup for what it’s worth.
    So there is a few you can put your pencil through as I no doubt have put the kiss of death on them!

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  5. DREAMTEAM CHANGES FOR NEXT YEAR- it is expected that supercoach will be similar

    THE INTRODUCTION of a bye into the AFL fixture, and its subsequent extension to 24 rounds, means a host of changes have been made to the Dream Team competition for 2011, although private leagues will again consist of 16 teams.

    A team of designers, led by Peter Jankulovski, have been reshaping Dream Team, which next year celebrates its 10th anniversary.

    Their biggest challenge has been making sure the fantasy competition remains fair in the five rounds when three AFL clubs have the bye.

    To cope with this, the head-to-head matches in private leagues will begin in round one rather than round four, as has happened in the past.

    This allows for head-to-head matches to be suspended when more than one AFL club has the weekend off.

    Under the new system, private leagues will play 15 rounds, have five general byes, and play finals between rounds 21 and 24.

    “But it is important to note that the overall competition will play out over the entire 24 rounds,” Jankulovski told afl.com.au.

    “Plus there might be a surprise or two.”

    Other confirmed innovations include an increase in squad sizes and the number of trades allowed.

    “All sorts of options and feedback from fans have been considered, and the community has been incredibly vocal with some great suggestions,” Jankulovski added.

    “Some of the suggestions included more trades, different ways of trading, extended teams and varying line-ups and other special trading considerations.”

    KEY CHANGES TO DREAM TEAM FOR 2011
    – Squad sizes increased from 30 players to 33. This allows for an extra defender, midfielder and forward on the bench. The larger squad is designed to help cover for when players are unavailable due to their club having the bye.

    – Given the salary cap will rise only in accordance with the real one under which the AFL clubs operate, player prices will be lowered overall to reflect the need to fit 33 players under the cap rather than 30.

    – An additional four trades made available for the season (taking total trades to 24), with the limit of two per round to remain.

    – Head-to-head matches start in round one and are suspended during the five rounds when three AFL clubs have a bye.

    – Stronger link between social media and Dream Team. Coaches can look forward to direct Facebook and Twitter integration. They will also be able to interact with their social networks and friends directly from the competition.

    – Player research and team management tools will be vastly improved.

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