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The problem with offering incorrect prices is that money taken …

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The problem with offering incorrect prices is that money taken in will leave you having to amend your book

(Note this tweet was sent at 12pm so the interview with the bookies fav is a 100% lie rather than a 99% lie if it happened this afternoon, lol)

@mcbookie

Well looks like punters think we mucked up our Scottish Cup prices. Aberdeen backed from 3/1 to 9/4 favs. 11/4 Rangers 9/2 ICT 9/2 St J

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