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Tabgold Gets Chat Forum

Gold Circle launch Tab Talk

Gold Circle have announced the launch of the TAB TALK feature on their Tab Gold website.

TAB TALK has been created as a platform for all racing and sport enthusiasts to get involved in an open “chat” forum.

This forum will also be used to disseminate race day information to the public such as jockey changes, betting moves, reasons for race delays, comments from various racing analysts and for you, the punter to liaise and communicate with each other as well as sharing information and selections.

It can also be used as a platform to ask questions and to ask for help on certain racing and sport related queries and how to take various bets on line.

This platform is available to already registered users of the Tab Gold website. If you are not registered you can do so on line at www.tabgold.co.za

Gold Circle have made it very clear that this is not a platform for slandering, insults, bad language and negativity – this will not be tolerated and the operator reserves the right to ban users who behave in that manner.

Let us, the racing public share our ideas, selections and engage in some friendly banter.

The feature has been activated and the forum was officially opened on Wednesday.

See you on line at TAB TALK on www.tabgold.co.za

  • Press release issued by Gold Circle on 24 January 2019

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1 comment on “Tabgold Gets Chat Forum

  1. Ian Jayes says:

    That’s rather like when Andy Capp was going to have a fight and the barman said no kicking, biting or gouging of eyes and Andy Capp said: There go my best three punches.

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