The 77% System

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    Raptor said:

    Attention The 77% System

    THE SOFTWARE


    Congratulations on making the decision to give my software a try, you won’t be disappointed!

    What you are about to learn is entirely straight forward and the software included is very simple and easy to use. You will not need to worry about making calculations at all but I will also explain exactly what the software does so that if you wish, you will be able to make the calculations yourself with a pocket calculator in case you cannot access the software (in a bookies or at the track, at work, etc.).

    This program is not a gamble. It is an investment method that absolutely guarantees you will make a profit from bookmakers, just as long as you stick to the rules. There are only seven rules, follow them religiously and you will make a profit of approximately £10 per race, whether or not your selection wins.

    If you wish, you can try this program out ‘on paper’ first, just to be sure that it works. Just operate it on the main meeting of the day and see how you would have done IF you had actually placed bets.

    The program always works and always produces a profit so long as you stick to its rules. I cannot emphasise that strongly enough. Tamper around with it or ignore the rules and you will lose.

    A word of warning…

    NEVER let any bookie know you are operating this program. Most bookies know about it and would like it kept a secret. If they know you are using this program they will refuse to take your bets, because you can’t lose. There is no way they can "catch" you, IF you read the advice on placing bets, after the program instructions.

    You need to be completely confident that you understand what the program does before placing bets. Mistakes can be costly and I want you to make money, not lose it.

    Please be aware that as with all aspects of gambling there is the chance of money being lost. You are advised to only bet what you can effectively afford to lose and I will accept no responsibility for losses incurred as a result of acting upon this information.


    THE PROGRAM
    The program will make you a profit of £10 on every race, at any meeting, any day. You can work it one day a week, every day in a week, or even in every race at every meeting every day!
    That might be a bit ambitious at first. So I suggest that you start at the main meeting of the day to start with. Next big question is how do you find the winners? You don't have to. You do not have to find winners to make a profit.
    This program is NOT about finding winners; it is about making a profit from bookies. Unless you are particularly good at finding winners and, lets face it, few of us are, we need a source of good, reliable tips.
    To do this we are going to call in "expert" help. No, it won't cost anything. We are going to use newspaper tipsters. All right, I know they don't "find them all" either.
    But they do have a consistent record of finding winners. They have to because that's their job. If they didn't come up with regular winners, say about 1 in 4 races they would be out of a job.
    We do not need to win every race to make a profit. The 25-30% average success rate of a national paper tipster is all we need.
    Yes, really. In fact just one winner a day is enough. Some days there are three or more. That's when you really cash in. The two top tipsters in the UK at present are Templegate in the Sun and Newsboy in the Mirror.
    I use Templegate and you can access his tips online here:
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Either of these papers racing pages gives all the information to work the system. If you have a favourite tipster use him. If you live in a different country, use your national newspaper tipster (the nationals should be online too). Try them out first with the software, just to be sure!
    But the better your tipsters’ success rate, the faster you will make your profits. Having decided who will pick the winners for you, lets get down to business. Remember we are just practising at the moment.
    Next you will need your online bookmaker accounts. You can start of with just one but you may need to open several later, as I will explain. Here are a few in the UK:
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    Next, you need live racing results. This is essential if you are using the system on every race of the day, as they tend to be every 10 or 20 minutes. If you are not racing all day then live results are not essential:
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    And finally you will need to open the Excel Spreadsheet program. I will talk about the program in a moment.


    My preference is to open all four windows on my screen at the same time. For example, I open up the Ladbrokes site and re-size it so that the window fits on the top left half of my screen. The results window sits in the top right corner. Templegates tips is resized and squeezed down the right hand side, and my spreadsheet runs along the bottom half of the screen. This way I can see all the information at the same time without jumping from screen to screen.

    You can do this however to feel comfortable, as long as you can see the information and act on it.

    So now you’re set up and ready to go. The first thing to do is check out the first race from the tipster. Go into your bookies account and check the odds for your selection. Many races do not give odds until a few minutes before the race so you will need to hit the refresh button on the site in the ten minutes prior to the race. Once you have the odds (displayed in fractions) you can now go to the excel program:


    Excel Spreadsheet

    Open the Excel spreadsheet and have a look. I will explain exactly what the program does and how it does it so that you can do it yourself if you are ever away from your computer. Do not worry if it seems complicated… it really is very simple. If is better, but not essential, to understand how it works. There are 9 main sections:
    1. Points: This shows the amount you wish to profit by at the end of each race. Each point equals £1.
    2. Time: This is the time of the race you are betting on.
    3. Horse: This is the selection you are backing
    4. Odds: This is the odds at which you placed your bet.
    5. Stake: this is the stake you placed at the odds shown at column 4.
    6. Result: Here you put the result of the race, win(W), or lose(L)
    7. W/L: This is the winnings (with stake),or the amount needed to get back in profit.
    8. Profit: This is a profit from a win.
    9. Points: This is points required for the next race.
    On your first day you start with 10 points (£) in column 1. Once you know the odds for your horse, the program works out the stake to be placed to make the points target in column 1.
    On the excel sheet only write in the 5 WHITE columns. Do not enter anything in the green columns as the program will do this for you.
    Enter the time of the race and the name of the selection. In the two columns ‘ODDS v ODDS’ enter the first half of the odds in the first and the second half in the second. E.G. 7/2 would be 7 v 2.
    The software will then show you what to stake.
    Using the points figure in column 1, it divides that by the FIRST number of the odds in column 4, then multiplies that figure by the second figure in column 4.
    This gives you the amount to stake. The software always rounds UP this figure to the nearest £5 ABOVE that figure. Here is an example: Column 1 shows 10 points. Odds of 7/2, therefore 10 divided by 7 = 1.42 x 2 = 2.85.
    It rounds this up to the nearest £5 = £5 stake which is entered in column 5. The stake is returned on a win so you have made a profit of £17.50 on the race.
    If the result is a WIN your total winnings, plus stake returned, is entered in column 7, (£22.50) and your actual profit in column 8 (£17.50). Now it puts 10 points in column 9.
    THEN it carries that figure forward to the points column 1 on the next line.
    If you win, the cycle is over and your total profit is shown in the last column. You can now hit the ‘Clear Contents’ button at the bottom and start again.
    WHAT HAPPENS IF THE HORSE LOSES?
    This is the clever bit. If your horse loses, it adds together the points in column 1 and the stake in column 5, and puts that figure in column 7.
    Then it adds 10 to the figure in column 7 and puts the total in column 9. This is the points required to 'Catch Up' your profit and is carried to column 1 on the next line.
    Here is an example: £5 staked at 7/2 (lost) 10 points plus 5 (stake) = 15+10 =25. You will see from this that you need to place 25 points on the next race to 'catch up' your profit. Do not panic!
    THE REAL SECRET
    You may be alarmed by the possibility of rising cost at this point. The system will not let you down. In the next race your tipster has given you a 4/1 shot.
    Example: 25 points @ 4/1, 25 divided by 4 x 1 =£6.25. Round up to the nearest £5 = £10!
    Not so bad now is it? And if the 4/1 comes in all losses are covered and you are back in profit to your selected target.
    SIX GOLDEN RULES
    1. NEVER BET AT 'ODDS ON'. YOU ARE STAKING MORE THAN YOU CAN WIN. AN ‘ODDS ON’ MAY SEEM LIKE A CERT BUT IT IS SURPRISING HOW MANY LOSE. ONLY BET EVENS AND ABOVE. TREAT ‘ODDS ON’ AS NO BET AND CARRY THE POINTS FORWARD
    2. NEVER BET LESS THAN £5. TO DO SO DEFEATS THE PROFIT OBJECT OF THE SYSTEM
    3. ALWAYS ROUND UP TO THE NEXT £5. NEVER ROUND DOWN, EVEN IF THE STAKE WORKS OUT TO £5.01. BY ROUNDING DOWN YOU LOSE PROFIT.
    4. DOUBLE CHECK ALL YOUR CALCULATIONS IF DOING IT YOURSELF.
    5. NEVER LET A BOOKIE KNOW THAT YOU ARE USING THIS SYSTEM OR THEY WILL REFUSE YOUR BETS. THEY KNOW THE SYSTEM EXISTS.
    6. IF YOU TAKE 'A DAY OFF' OR MISS A RACE TREAT IT AS NO BET AND CARRY THE POINTS FORWARD TO THE NEXT TIME YOU BET

    I recommend you save a back-up copy of the program before using it. If you accidentally delete certain cells you could disable the program so make sure you have a back-up copy.
    Once you get used to how it works, you should be able to operate it yourself with just a pocket calculator. You will then be able to use it in a ‘bookies’ or at the race track.
    If you decide to do this full-time in the afternoons you will very quickly start making very large tax free profits. I can make over £1000 a week because I bet on afternoon, evening and weekend races. If you do this with just one bookie they will be alerted to your betting strategy and close your account!
    If you want to do this it is imperative that you have multiple bookie accounts and bet with all of them. I spread my winnings over 5 or 6 different bookmakers so that they are only individually paying me £100-£200 a week and they also see I am losing too. That way they will not suspect what you are doing.
    Don’t Panic.
    Occasionally, if you are using newspaper tipsters, you may get a losing run. Even with high priced tips, the stake money may increase into the hundreds. This is normal and nothing to worry about as you will see that as soon as the losing run ends, all your stake money is recovered and the profit is still made.
    If you are uncomfortable with this I suggest you use the bonus system included in the package to pick your winners. The 77.7% system is excellent and averages about a 77% strike rate, meaning that you will generally get a winner three out of every four bets. This way you will not have to bet large stakes.
    BONUSES
    1. 77.7% System.
    Full instructions for operating this system are included in that document.
    2. As an extra bonus for UK users (and others if they feel inclined) I have listed several UK phone tipsters. These are National rate numbers and you can use these at your discretion. I cannot vouch for their quality or length of service but it is useful extra information.
    Harvey Carter: 0870 458 6786
    Paul Edwards: 0870 458 6759
    Peter Graves: 0870 064 1053
    Thomas Stelling : 0870 064 1400
    Thomas Stelling Private Service: 0870 458 6763
    Tony (Football) : 0870 458 6762

    Personally, I find that just using Templegate gives great results but you can use these for extra information as and when you choose.


    I wish you every success with the program. As you will see, you will make easy and healthy profits simply using the spreadsheet and newspaper tipsters. Remember, if you are uncomfortable with larger stakes, you must use the Bonus system to pick your winners.
    Should you operate this software for a week and not get a single winner (you only need one winner for the program to work) let me know, including details of your bets, and I’ll refund your purchase price in full. I’ve never known a single day to go by without Templegate getting a winner, and if you use the bonus system as well, it will be a practical impossibility to lose.
    Happy betting!

     
  2. Raptor's Avatar

    Raptor said:

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    This is a doc that came with the software




    77.7% WINNERS
    THE BEST BETS HORSE RACING SELECTION SYSTEM
    It is an undisputed fact that favorites win a large proportion of all races each and every season. Indeed, placing a level stake on every favourite at day's principal meeting throughout the entire 2002 Flat campaign actually generated a profit! Although you can't always expect to stay in front by betting so indiscriminately, it does serve to illustrate the potential and scope that this area of speculation has to offer.

    Of course, not all favorites are the same - some have a much greater chance of success than others. Following market leaders in certain circumstances, for instance, is almost tantamount to throwing money down the drain. The key is to be selective. Using information gleaned from results stretching back over many seasons, the system's objective is to highlight the most opportune moment when to get involved.

    As the majority of punters already know, favorites have a consistently good record at certain racecourses but at others the win rate is much poorer. But this phenomenon does not stop here. By delving deeper it can be seen that specific distances are more preferable than others, especially at various times of the season. This knowledge by itself is significant but when combined with other factors which insure only horses with proven winning credentials are pinpointed, and then we have a formidable ally on our side.

    RULES

    Operations commence an April 1st and conclude the last day of October each year. Only Flat racing is covered here.

    Each day consult the "Key Race Table" as given below, and check to see if there is a meeting taking place which is listed under the relevant current month. Example, if we were presently in July, only refers to meetings listed under that month - no other venues need be considered until the next month arrives.

    There will be occasions when nothing is forthcoming but it won't be to long before a listed racecourse is spotted. Once you have done so the next step is to examine the figures printed alongside the name of this meeting in the table. These figures represent the various distances you need to watch for. Therefore if the meeting under review is due to stage a race (or races) over the same distance, odd yards either way are ignored - as indicated by the relevant table entry, this event (or events) now become known as a "Key Race".



    Once a Key Race has been correctly identified, the favourite of this contest qualifies as a selection provided the following stipulations are met, otherwise the race is overlooked.

    The first requirement is that the favourite in question must have won its last race of the current season. The second condition is that the favourite must not only have won on its most recent outing, but must also have finished at least three lengths ahead of the horse which was placed second. If it failed to record a winning margin of 3 lengths or more - no bet. However, a Key Race favourite which meets both requirements automatically qualifies as a system selection.

    The best method of determining the actual favourite in advance is to have access to the betting market just before the off. This either means being present in the bookmakers or by telephoning or being on the internet at the appropriate time.

    Not everybody will find these options convenient, in which case it is recommended that the betting forecast printed in your newspaper be used instead. Naturally the horse quoted first in the forecast is the favourite to consider. The sporting newspapers seem to be more accurate with their forecasts than the regular dailies, so it's worthwhile consulting the specialist press if possible.

    There will be occasions in Key Races when more than one runner ties as market leader. A joint favourite is allowed to qualify provided the other horses in the race which share the same odds do not also qualify - no bet if otherwise.

    ACTUAL EXAMPLE FROM OCTOBER 2003
    On this particular day three Flat meeting were due to be staged - Folkestone, Redcar and Warwick. A quick glance at the meetings listed in the Key Race Table for October, soon revealed that Redcar was the only track which warranted further investigation.

    The figures printed immediately after Redcar's name told us to look out for any races run over a distance of 1 mile or over a trip of 1¾ miles. After scanning through the complete card it was noticed that the 3.15 qualified as a suitable Key Race because it was being run over 1¾ miles.

    As the favourite of the 3.15 happened to won last time out (current season) by a margin of four lengths, it duly qualified as a selection - IT WON @ 7-4. So as you can see from this example the system is very simple to operate, requiring just a few minutes daily to establish if there's a qualifier or not. Be patient and realise there won't be betting opportunities every single day of the week. But judging from past results, selections are certainly well worth waiting for!




    KEY RACE TABLE
    APRIL

    BEVERLEY 1¼m - CATTERICK 5f & 1½m - HAMILTON 1m 1f
    KEMPTON 6f - NEWBURY 1m 3f - NOTTINGHAM 6f –
    SANDOWN 5f & 1¼m

    MAY

    BATH 1¼m - BEVERLEY 2m - KEMPTON 1m - NEWCASTLE 1¼m NEWMARKET 1m - NEWBURY 1½m - REDCAR 1m 1f - RIPON 1½m
    SANDOWN 5f & 1¼ & 2m - WARWICK 1m - YORK 6f & 1¼m

    JUNE

    ROYAL ASCOT 6f - BEVERLEY 5f - CHEPSTOW 1¼m
    HAMILTON 6f & 1½m - NEWBURY 1¼m & 1m 5f - NEWMARKET 5f & 1¼m NOTTINGHAM 1¼m - PONTEFRACT 6f & 1¼m –
    SALISBURY 1¼m & 1¾m - SOUTHWELL 7f - WARWICK 1m
    WINDSOR 1¼m - WOLVERHAMPTON 5f - YARMOUTH 5f

    JULY

    ASCOT 1m & 1½m & 2m - BEVERLEY 7f - CATTERICK 6f - GOODWOOD 5f & 1m
    HAMILTON 1m - HAYDOCK 6f & 1½m - LEICESTER 5f –
    LINGFIELD 6f & 2m - NEWBURY 5f & 6f - NEWCASTLE 5f –
    NEWMARKET 6f - NOTTINGHAM 1m - PONTERFRACT 1m - SOUTHWELL 7f & 1½m WARWICK 7f - YARMOUTH 1¼m

    AUGUST

    CHESTER 7f & 1m5f - EDINBURGH 7f - GOODWOOD 6f - KEMPTON 1m
    NEWMARKET 6f & 7f & 2m - NOTTINGHAM 1¾m - SANDOWN 5f & 1m WINDSOR 6f - YORK 5f & 1½m

    SEPTEMBER

    ASCOT 1¼m - AYR 6f - BRIGHTON 1½m - CATTERICK 7f¬
    DONCASTER 7f & 1m & 1¾m - GDODWDOD 2m - HAYDOCK 1m
    PONTERFRACT 1½m - SANDOWN 5f & 7m & 1¼m - THIRSK 7f
    YARMOUTH 5f & 7f & 1¼m


    OCTOBER

    ASCOT 1¼m & 2m - BRIGHTON 1¼m - DONCASTER 1m - HAYDOCK 5f LINGFIELD 7f - REDCAR 1m & 1¾m

    EXTRA RULES COVERING NATIONAL HUNT RACING

    Although this system was primarily intended for Flat racing only, a number of clients have requested if the jumps could be covered as well. In order to satisfy these demands, additional Key Races are given below which specifically deal with the winter game.

    Rules remain exactly the same as before, except that candidates must be the ONLY HORSE in the Key Race to have won last time out during the current season. Also candidates must have won their previous contest by a margin of 5 lengths or more, no bet if otherwise.

    Operations begin on December 1st and end on the last day of March.

    KEY RACE TABLE (NATIONAL HUNT)

    DECEMBER

    HAYDOCK 2m - LINGFIELD 3m - EXETER 2¼m - NEWCASTLE 2½m - SANDOWN 2¾m

    JANUARY

    NEWBURY 2½m - TOWCESTER 2m - HAYDOCK 2¾m - ASCOT 2m - FONTWELI. 2¼m
    LUDLOW 2½m - CATTERICK 2m

    FEBRUARY

    LEICESTER 3m - AYR 2½m - PLUMPTON 2m 1f
    SEDGEFIELD 2m 5f - NOTTINGHAM 2m – HAYDOCK 2½m KEMPTON 3m

    MARCH

    HEREFORD 2m 3f - DONCASTER 2½m - SEDGEFIELD 3½m WINCANTON 2m 5f - AYR 3m 1f - PLUMPTON 2m 1f
     
  3. Fusen's Avatar

    Fusen said:

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    you not gonna charge for it rap? lol
     
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    FireBlade said:

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    Does it work though?
     
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    canardo said:

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    very foolish system that you will need a big betting bank if you have a long string of losers which is perfectly possible look at the naps table on racing post
     
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    beansontoast said:

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    I lost £400 in 2 days with this. If you get an unlucky run it can get very expensive very quickly. It will always return a profit as long as you can afford the potentially high stakes required. Also: Never chase a loss (golden rule).
    No sympathy for the devil; keep that in mind. Buy the ticket, take the ride...
     
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    Lighty said:

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    How come when I open the xcel doc up its got 4 losses already in it are they your last results Rap?
    So much for the 3 out of 4 wins there then!
    I may give it a whirl though just to see

    BTW How do you make the Software do the maths for you and tell you what to stake as I input info in it doesnt do anything for me is there some sort of command you have to run?
    Excuse my ignorance but I have no idea how Excel works ive never had teh need for it personally
    Thanks
    Last edited by Lighty; 18th December 2005 at 03:22 PM.
     
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    New Art Riot said:

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    cheers will have to check this out
     
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    bellylea said:

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    These "SYSTEMS" always amaze me. If these systems work why are the bookies making a huge profit every year. If there was a system where you could guarantee to win do you really think that Ladbrokes, William Hills, Corals, Stan James etc would still be in business.

    I manage a Betting shop and trust me, these systems are an absolute waste of time unless you have a huge stash of avaialbale cash to loose.

    Always remember "The bookie always wins!".

    Just a thought from someone who knows the business a little.

    Not intended to pi$$ on anyones fire here, just seeing it from my point of view. Punter as well as bookie...... Have fun
     
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    evilsatan said:

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    Without reading it all it is simple to come up with one of these, for example with any gambling (e.g. roulette) as long as on each spin you double your last stake (or multiply it by however many) eventually if you win you will make profit, but it can lead to stupidly high stakes that no-one can afford and so you would have spent a lot more on larger risks than you would in your right mind.

    It is too easy for simpletons (not on DF because I have found all regular members seem very interlectual) to rely on it and keep on going til bust.

    Just my two cents, cheers for the post Rap, nice to see someone posts what others happily sell on eBay...

     
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    Raptor said:

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    im up £1700 so far with this system. lost a few but took my time and wins were steady.
     
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    lombie said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raptor
    im up £1700 so far with this system. lost a few but took my time and wins were steady.
    How big a bank did you start with Raptor and have you always been in front or had to top up the initial bank?

    Also how much of your time is it taking up to study through the criteria to select the horses?

    I was thinking of giving it a real go but could only probably spare an hour or two max per day to give it a shot.

    Cheers
     
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    Raptor said:

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    i started with 250

    ive gone down to 40-50 a couple of times and also been over the 1700.

    i probably spend an hour a day
     
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    marziemcgx said:

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    I have been following this system faithfully this week using the Daily Mail's tipster. Monday to Friday he had on average about 2/3 winners per day with maybe 3 race cards (not including the odds on nags). Backing his selection only on every race (which is what you need to do to benefit from his 25%) would have net you £730 odds to Friday. On Saturday doing it for real, he went 15 races without a winner over 4 cards (easily done!), and my loss is sitting at £1000 (I've had previous good weeks, so not too bad overall). I think Goodfellow was 'dart-boarding' some of the selections. With so many cards, you may be better sticking to the big card that day i.e. one where the tipster may actually have some real knowledge of runners. There is no doubt that it works, but you can facing putting £1000 on say a 20/1 shot, losing, then having to put £2500 on an evens within 2 races etc. etc....the rise is exponential at this stage. You have to cut losses somewhere. You can win some, you can also lose! Probably better than selecting your own though...instead of betting to win tenners, half the stake, will give you a losing run of 30 races before facing the £1000 bets...Any thoughts?
     
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    thegoat said:

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    m8 of mine tried the 77% system
    did dog racing started with £50 finished night with profit of £200
    he did 15 bets over two tracks using the tipster on sky channel 425 (its a different tipster each night, this tipster did have a good night was getting 2 winners in every 5 )
    m8 said he did go down to £5 at one point, and at another stage he had to put £40 on (luckier it won that race)
    if you do use the system m8 said you must hold your nerve when you are losing
     
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    matt109 said:

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    you will eventually hit a loosing run and loose all your money, beware...
     
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    thegoat said:

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    m8 has been using system for a few weeks
    hes added to the spreadsheets 25p, 50p £2, £5 bets, so u don't have to think what u have to bet
    hes now checking the hit rate of various tipsters, as soon as he gets a good amount of inro i'll post it
    last he had a pot of £10 with 25p bet at 1 point he had lost £6 by end of night (he does dogs around 12 races) he was just up
    he says over this week hes £12 up, not a lot but he only uses a 25p bet
     
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    macey1995 said:

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    i have been following a system very similar to this -- only its a bespoke program rather than a spreadsheet.

    i have made over 2k in 2 weeks ( i followed on paper for a month before and wish i had used real money!!!)

    golden rules not mentioned here are

    divide your pot by 300 -- ie £30.00 to win on race 1will require a 9k pot

    NEVER NEVER bet odds on or evens

    pick good tipsters!!

    i have never had a day without a winner on useable odds - tips cost me 120 for 3 months worth

    if you are sensible and dont get greedy you can make a proper income from this - i pay a girl 150 a week to do it for me!!

    good lucK!
     
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    salvadorescobar said:

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    Why does she do it for you for £150 a week when she can see the outcome and could do it herself?
     
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    CJCROCKO said:

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    i posted the program off this not long ago.....
    thing is like with any betting system you have to hold your nerve when your down and its very hard to not get carried away in one night i won £700 in the next day i lost it.

    YOU HAVE TO NO WHEN TO WALK AWAY