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Archive for January, 2015

Horse Racing: How To Play The Daily Double Or The Pick 2

Tue ,27/01/2015

How to Play the daily double or pick 2 is to understand that the daily double is to select the win position of 2 consecutive races. This wager type can be used to make money if a few things are considered. First off the money flows in horse racing for the daily doubles by field size. Each field size differs for horses because they must maneuver around and about other horses to win. Secondly because each field size has a limited level of odds possible in it among many other things. This article has a number of points that’ll help the player with this wager type.

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Horse Racing: Secret To Start Making Money Using The Win Position

Sat ,24/01/2015

To start making money in racing for most players is to start with a small bankroll (Sustain Investment Money or SIM) of $20-$500. This is nothing to big spenders. The easiest position to get is the win position which is easier than getting place, show, fourth and fifth positions. Easier but not a cinch or a 100% deal. There are about a dozen and a half simple things listed in this article that’ll help the player get started. They take up both halves of racing which is: profitcapping (money-capping or return on investment capping) and handicapping. You must obtain more knowledge of each one. The player must grasp the probability of all plays made and how to step up profit potential by multiplying the base ticket price.

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Horse Racing: How To Play The Pick 4

Fri ,16/01/2015

How to play the pick 4 is a little easier than playing the pick 6. Not that much easier but easier. To make money playing the pick 4 you must first know how much money is in this specific investment wager to be made. For that the player must know how the money flows in this wager type. Which is by card size. (1) the money for the pick 4 flows by race card size. A race card is the number of races per day at a specific track. (2) card sizes are made of races and each race is made of a field size. Knowing this helps immensely because these two things gives the player a base to structure the pick 4 within.

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Horse Racing: How To Play The Pick 6 With A Few Pointers

Wed ,14/01/2015

The Pick 6 is a difficult wager to win which would allow a player to make large amounts of money from it. In this article a few things are covered which helps to bring this investment type under some control. One of the main things to know is that the pick 6 like all other wagers have two halves. The money half and the racing contest half. For the money half or moneycapping side the money flows by race card size. On the handicapping or racing contest side all the player must do is pick only the win position horses of six consecutive races or select six horses to win out of the total number of horses of all six races combined. Such as select 6 horses out of 48 or 52 or 56, etc.

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Horse Racing Distance and Surface Switches That Pay Off

Wed ,07/01/2015

The challenge of handicapping a horse race is increased by the many variables the would-be prognosticator encounters. Horses may be returning to the races after a layoff and may or may not be fit enough to compete. Jockeys get off one mount to ride another and weights carried may also vary from race to race. Horses going from one barn to another may pose a serious problem for the handicapper, too. When horses switch from running on one type of surface to another the handicapper has to decide if it will have an impact on the runner.

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Horse Racing: The Importance Of Seeking Value, Price And Profitcapping In Racing

Sat ,03/01/2015

The purpose of racing is to make money. To do this the player must do two things well: profitcap and handicap. Both are equally important because each one is 50% of the game. Profitcapping is grasping the structure of how the money flows in the game and handicapping is grasping the structure of how to predict the outcome of racing contests. When you seek ‘value’ you’re profitcapping and value must be sought per race by understanding the tote board odds which is the public’s handicapping. The tote odds indicates if the payouts will pay more than you’ll put in by buying tickets and if the horse deserves those specific odds the public has given it compared to your own created handicap and profitcap odds.

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