v.— «A “gubbing,” in Betfair Forum parlance, is when a horse gets turned over at short prices on the in-running markets. Horses get “gubbed” all the time on the win markets, Flat and jumps, including at the minimum odds of 1.01.» —“In-play place betting: Prepare for gubbings a-plenty as new market is unleashed on the Flat!” by Simon Rowlands Betfaiur (United Kingdom) Dec. 4, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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