Horse Betting Racing System that Uses Form Only to Quickly Pick Out Winners

Introduction

The most basic information supplied at any horseracing meeting in the world will be all the horse’s form. Form is simply the result of the 3 to 4 races the horse ran.

For Example: 0X624 Joyjoy

The horse Joyjoy above came fourth at its last race, second at its second last race, sixth at its third last race, had a break from racing (as indicated by X) and came either 10 or above just before it took the break.

The Codes Explained, Briefly:

Read the numbers and letters from right to left, with the first number or letter on the right being the result of the latest race and second number or letter on right being the result of the second most recent race, etc…

X – Means ‘Spell’ and simply means the horse took a break from racing

O – Means the horse came 10 or above in the race

F – Means the jockey fell in the race

1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 & 9 – Represents the position the horse finished the race

The System

Now that we know how to read form, let’s plunge into discovering this system!

Look for horses that are peaking with form. We do this by glancing through the latest three starts a horse has had.

Here’s what we are looking for…

The horse must have come second and third in its last two starts therefore the last two form should look like this:

32 Horse’s name

For its third last start the horse must have come either 4,5,6,7,8 or 9. We don’t care what it came for its fourth start and onwards.

So we are looking for horses that have their last three starts looking like this:

432 or 532 or 632 or 732 or 832 or 932

Horses with the above form are simply peaking and will run very well. However there are many other variables that affect the outcome of a race so do not expect to win or place every time. But… if I were to use only form to select winners, this is exactly what I’d use. In fact if you glance through any form guide, you’ll see a number of horses with form that’s 321.

These horses have already peaked and won but now will face tougher competition because of the recent win. This is why you have to get them just before they win…

— that is when the last two digits of the form are 32.

I have recently received feedback from some of my clients reporting to have used variations of the system described here with exceptional results. They bet on horses with improving form over the last three starts, irrespective of whether the latest two numbers are 3 & 2.

Example: 642, 863, 752, etc…

How you end up using my system is entirely up to you! I would suggest you experiment with the various combinations and stick to the one that works best for you.

By the way…you can use this system for gallops/flats, jumping events, harness racing and also greyhound racing.

I recommend you use the same amount to bet for a win and place (Eachway Betting) so you collect something if the horse or dog comes in first, second or third.

Now just by using this simple betting plan you’ll be way ahead of the majority of the punters out there…but wait, there’s still more!

Next I’m going to show one of the secrets that professional punters use to grow their betting bank into thousands of dollars, QUICKLY!

The Absorption Staking Plan

The first thing you need to do before placing a single bet is to establish a betting bank. Your betting bank has to be self-sustaining and once established you cannot add any more of your ‘own’ money to it.

Now, use 5% of the bank to bet for a win and 5% for a place/show for all your betting from now on. Reinvest all your profits back into the bank and let it absorb the losses as well.

So whether your bank increases or decreases in size, your bets remain in proportion all the time – 5% for a win and 5% for a place/show

Example: Betting Bank $100: Win bet $5 Place Bet $5

OR

Betting Bank $75: Win bet $3.75 Place bet $3.75 (Round them off to nearest whole number if need be)

How You Can Sustain 30 Straight Losses

Even though this Peaking Racing System is no where as robust as my main selection system “How to ‘Place Bet’ on Favorites for a Living”, you still shouldn’t get 15 straight losses in a row – let alone 30!

However the staking plan I have recommended that you use can withstand up to 30 straight losses without totally breaking the bank.

A betting bank of $100 will be $4.18 after the 30th loss – not completely wiped out.

The greatest thing about this staking plan is that it magically minimizes the impact of losses while capitalizing tremendously on winnings.

Try it and see for yourself!

Smart Money Punter Review – Horse Racing – Winning System Or Scam?

Is Smart Money Punter really a horse racing winning system or is it just another useless horse betting guide? The owner of this system promises that his step by step methods will “guarantee” you a profit from betting exchanges like Betfair.

It has apparently taken him many years to develop and finally reach this profitable and low risk selection method. It takes advantage of high odds to place bets on horses that have a much higher chance of winning relative to what their odds of winning the race would otherwise suggest.

1. How Much Prior Experience Do You Need Before You Can Profit From Using Smart Money Punter?

This system does require you to crunch some numbers when finding your selections, but the guide goes through in great detail how to do this clearly in steps so it should not be a problem. It also places emphasis on sound money management techniques and why you must only bet a certain percentage of your bank capital on any one race.

I was initially worried that this method might require me to have some prior knowledge and understanding of the horse racing markets. Luckily, the guide has explained everything from the ground up and there was no need to have any prior experience. By observing the movement of money on bets of all horses within specific races, I can now more accurately pinpoint winning horses that bookmakers and betting exchanges have priced quite highly in terms of odds.

2. Does the Smart Money Punter Method Really Work?

You can use this system on any betting shop and on betting exchanges. Liquidity of markets that this system bets on are very high, thus getting your bets matched on sites like Betfair and Betdaq should not be a problem as there are thousands of pounds being matched in the British horse races every day.

MIT Holdem Poker Count System Review

Are you looking to improve your Texas Holdem game? I know I am, and after reading many holdem poker guides on the internet, I’ve realized that many of them are very similar and are not very helpful. One very interesting poker system I’ve tried is the MIT Holdem Point Count System. In this review article, I plan to preview the contents of this system and tell you about my experience with this product.

MIT Holdem Point Count System

This system is written into a 7 chapter downloadable ebook, by Ray Seakan, a professional poker player with 18 years of experience. In the introduction, the author starts off by talking about himself and how he had firstly developed a blackjack system, before finally developing this poker point count system. I was personally quite impressed with the author, given the amount of work he had put into creating his system.

The guide then goes on to explain his system, and why it works fundamentally. After reading the explanation of why the system works, I became quite excited and convinced with this in-depth system. It decides for you your course of action based on mathematical percentages of each 2 card hand winning against a table of opponents. It is adjusted for table position, number of players and how many opponents fold ahead of you.

After taking all the above factors into consideration, you will arrive at a number of points. The points addition process is fully explained in the guide. It is 100% mechanical and requires no discretion on the user’s part. You do need to memorize the point count system if you do not play the e-book open.

Chapter 3 is the system counting rules. This is exactly where you’ll learn how to add points based on your table position, and then your hand strength. With your derived number of points, if it is below a certain number, you’ll fold. There are 3 other ranges of points that would determine whether you call or raise. Then it goes on to run through several useful examples to help you understand the system better.

Chapter 4 explains how to apply the point count system to blind hands. It provides very good rules to keep you out of trouble in blind positions. The rest of the chapters talk about advanced concepts of the MIT Holdem Point Count System.

Conclusion

After using the MIT Holdem Point Count System for several days, I would say that it has certainly helped me get more success with poker. Using the point count system, I have been stopped from playing hands that I might have played otherwise and lost in the end. It is also highly recommended that you do not adjust the point system, as I’ve had experiences whereby I adjusted the point system just to try and play more hands. Over the long run, I’ve concluded that it does not pay to do so.

Discipline is extremely vital to this system. The author clearly stresses this point in the final few chapters of the e-book.

How the Reverse Labouchere Roulette System Works

The Labouchere Roulette System is one of the famous roulette systems used by gamblers around the world to rake huge profit at the casino. The formula is designed to let gamblers exit the game with winning. One of disadvantages of the system is you may be dragged into a long loop if you face consecutive losses during your unlucky moment. Experts have modified the system and come out with a slight variation that becomes quite famous in its own right; the system is called The Reverse Labouchere Roulette System. Let’s explore how this system works:

Much like the original Labouchere Roulette System that uses a series of numbers in a line to decide how to bet following a win or a loss, where you eliminate the number in the line when you win and you add the number to the line when you lose, the reverse system does the opposite where you need to add number when you win and eliminate the number in the line when you lose.

Under the strategy of the Reverse Labouchere Roulette System, you have to decide the amount of money that might possible loss so that you never go overboard, while the strategy allow you to maximize the possible winnings which are only limited by reaching the maximum bet allowed on the roulette table. With these 2 facets combined, this betting system enables you to limit your losses while maximising your winnings.

Let’s use an example to see how the Reverse Roulette Labouchere System works:

1. First, decide your afforded possible losses per cycle, let’s assume the amount is $30.

2. Then, develop your Labouchere betting line. If you would like to play a less risky game, then develop a longer line, with smaller numbers such as 2-2-2-2-2-3-3-4-4-6; else if you would like to play a shorter, more aggressive game, simply make a shorter line with bigger numbers, such as 5-5-10-10.

3. Once you have developed the betting line, you can start bet on the game.

Let’s assume you are using the line of 2-2-2-2-2-3-3-4-4-6.

In our example, the Labouchere strategy requires you to add up the first and last numbers of the line that are 2 and 6, so your bet amount is $8 and bet on your favourite 50/50 bet at Roulette (Red/Black, Even/Odd and Hi/Lo).

If you win, simply add the number of the amount you just wagered, in our case is 8 to the end of the line and the line will become 2-2-2-2-2-3-3-4-4-6-8. On the other hand, if you lose, then cross out the number in the line that you combined to make your last bet, in our case is 2 & 6 and the line becomes X-2-2-2-2-3-3-4-4-X. Simply repeat the process until you have crossed out all the numbers or you have reached the table limit and you can’t make further bet.

If you have crossed all the numbers in the line, then your have reached the possible losing amount, in our case is $30. If the line is getting longer, meaning that the more money you have won.

Summary

The Reverse Labouchere Roulette System is a modified version of it original strategy that needs you to decide your possible losses upfront so that you won’t go overboard while it maximizes your winning potential that only limits by the maximum table limit.