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Old 10-05-2018, 01:29 PM   #31
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My problem with it was if I uploaded it in the hotel room, and then turn computer off, when I got to the sports book I have to reload it again. Some of their wifi is not the best.
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Old 10-05-2018, 08:58 PM   #32
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Maybe the poll question would be better posed as:


If you have Software ABC, What is your avg ROI?
And then provide several options for ranges.


Otherwise software XYZ might appear to be garbage but only because not that many people used it.
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Maybe the poll question would be better posed as:


If you have Software ABC, What is your avg ROI?
And then provide several options for ranges.


Otherwise software XYZ might appear to be garbage but only because not that many people used it.



Excellent point. I will keep that in mind for future polls.
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I've been using this for about a month, and yes, there surely is a learning curve but worth the effort IMO. As another poster stated, it is a bargain.
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I'm not a quick horse user. I was a quick dog user for at least 5 years and I am familiar with Mike Groves work. Quick dog was also very quirky with a very long learning curve. I do remember a few years back that a QH user took the time to list many of the quirks, the post should be in the archives. Mike Groves is very helpful about his software programs. I would contact him and ask for a report of any bugs that haven't been repaired and any information he has on hand that might help.
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