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Cheltenham Pointers

Cheltenham Pointers

It was the festival trials day at Cheltenham last Saturday and it’s a great meeting to get the old notebook out for some great pointers for the main festival mid March - so what did it reveal? Well first point to note is the ground was heavy to say the least! Mudlarks...

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Try this 4-4-2 system

Try this 4-4-2 system

I’ve been testing a purely priced based method called the 4-4-2 system. Aptly named as it involves football and is based around backing draws. Obviously it’s not the finished article, far from it, but it may have legs judging by early success over the past month when...

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How to make low risk profits of 216pts a year

How to make low risk profits of 216pts a year

Just a quick update this week on the theory behind what we are aiming for with our Testing Pod trials systems you can see here.  The vision long term is to produce roughly 3 systems that ‘individually’ produce a modest and sustainable profit in a fairly low risk way...

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Drifters and Steamers – What do they tell you?

Drifters and Steamers – What do they tell you?

I just want to touch on market drifters and what to make of a ‘drift’ in terms of whether they should be avoided? There is a saying in regards to live betting shows in that ‘the market gets it wrong more than it gets it right’. This is certainly the case when...

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Looking Ahead into 2018

Looking Ahead into 2018

Hope you all had a great festive period and have managed to dry out over recent days. I’ve needed jump leads to get going since New Years Day but will give it a try by starting off in a low gear and moving up slowly. We had no joy in the King George, but as mentioned...

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The King George Tips – Can We Make It 3 In A Row?

The King George Tips – Can We Make It 3 In A Row?

We’ve had a solid record in the King George the last 2 years with a 5/1 winner in 2015 with the gutsy Cue Card, and Thistlecrack at 5/4 last year. A very interesting race this year with Mite Bite, Bristol De Mai, Thistlecrack and Fox Norton all in with a shout. It...

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Have you tried matched betting?

Have you tried matched betting?

Matched betting and making risk free profits have been the buzzwords over the past few years and I’ve heard some great stories from those who have banked thousands from this form of no risk betting? Mаtched bеtting, for those who are unaware of this craze, is a...

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Is narrowing the field the route to profits?

Is narrowing the field the route to profits?

Many moons ago when mobile phones were the size of a brick I had regular contact with a pro-gambling friend who specialised in races with small field sizes, usually less than 8 runners. He would then use a process of elimination of each runner based on his own form...

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Why you shouldn’t play Fixed Odds Betting Terminals

Why you shouldn’t play Fixed Odds Betting Terminals

Love them or hate them Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBT’s) bring in a lot of revenue for the bookies. It’s reported each terminal rakes in around £50K per annum. With figures of this magnitude you can see why they are present in most betting offices throughout the...

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How to manage the losing days…

How to manage the losing days…

Well one of our 4 advised bets was a non runner and we got one placed at an advised 14/1 from our other 3 that went to post for the Betvictor Gold Cup won by Splash Of Ginge at 25/1. As I mentioned it’s only prudent to exercise caution so early on in the jump season...

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