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What doesn’t work can be as profitable as what does work!


As we have a day of rest today after the success of 2 from 3 subscriber’s selections yesterday I thought I would provide a little food for thought today!

Prior to the option of betting exchanges and our ability to lay a horse to lose, we all became aware of those methods that didn’t work if you were looking for long term profits from Horse Racing.

What the introduction of the betting exchanges has allowed us to do is reverse ‘what doesn't work’ in the form of a lay bet to make a profit.

Example:
It is commonly accepted that favourites win 30% of races and that backing favourites will result in a long term lose. It therefore makes sense that if you laid all favourites, in the long term you will profit.

To capitalize further we have the tools and data available today to refine this further with draw analysis, horse running style, going and a host of other criteria to put our odds well above 70% of those failing favourites.

If you have a working winning finding formula you back. If you have a losing winner finding formula don’t throw it out with the rubbish. Simply lay!     

Horse Racing Tips: 14-1 or 13-2?

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

What doesn’t work can be as profitable as what does work!


As we have a day of rest today after the success of 2 from 3 subscriber’s selections yesterday I thought I would provide a little food for thought today!

Prior to the option of betting exchanges and our ability to lay a horse to lose, we all became aware of those methods that didn’t work if you were looking for long term profits from Horse Racing.

What the introduction of the betting exchanges has allowed us to do is reverse ‘what doesn't work’ in the form of a lay bet to make a profit.

Example:
It is commonly accepted that favourites win 30% of races and that backing favourites will result in a long term lose. It therefore makes sense that if you laid all favourites, in the long term you will profit.

To capitalize further we have the tools and data available today to refine this further with draw analysis, horse running style, going and a host of other criteria to put our odds well above 70% of those failing favourites.

If you have a working winning finding formula you back. If you have a losing winner finding formula don’t throw it out with the rubbish. Simply lay!