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  • Profitable Horse Racing Betting System - Racing Post Ratings Improvers?

    Robmull on 30 Nov at 11:54

    I have read a number of articles over the past few years in which the authors have questioned the usefulness of Racing Post Ratings to punters, some of which have suggested that they a barely worth the paper that they are written on. However, in my opinion, Racing Post Ratings are often unfairly maligned, as evidenced by the record of the RPR selections during 2016 to date (as at 26 November), which reads as follows: Winners: 2265 Selections: 8265 Strike Rate: 27% ROI at SP: 93.45% These figures represent a very fair effort for a ratings based service which is required to post a selection for the vast majority of races across the UK and Ireland throughout the year. Whilst the ROI figure represents a level stake loss of 6.55% at Industry Starting Price, I suspect…

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  • Hero World Challenge 2016 Preview

    The rabbit on 27 Nov at 11:32

    Tiger Woods returns to competitive golf this week when he hosts and plays in the Hero World Challenge ( previously known as the Northwestern Mutual World Challenge and Chevron World Challenge ). This tournament used to be held at the Sherwood Country Club, Thousand Oaks in California and then in 2014, it took place at the Isleworth Country Club, Windermere, Florida. Last year, the host course changed again and it is now the Albany golf course, New Providence Island, Nassau, Bahamas. Only eighteen players compete in it and the tournament is a benefit for the Tiger Woods Foundation. It is an unofficial event and counts only towards the world rankings and not to the PGA tour money list or the FedExCup points. The past ten champions of this tournament with their final scores are - 2015 Bubba Watson - 25 2014 Jordan…

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  • Free Football Tips using the Bookmakers Money

    Micko70 on 26 Nov at 12:54

    Some of you might well have read my "Turning £10 into a small fortune in 3 months" blog that i wrote back in 2012, if you have not read it yet, then it can be found by clicking HERE This new blog is along the same lines but follows a slightly different path, what we are looking for here is simply to back 1 or 2 teams to score a goal, and backing them daily with our bookmaker winnings from the previous day. OLBG members every day add free football tips and you can select teams to score a goal by using these hot tipsters tips. Look for games where the hot tipsters expect goals. I am using 1/6 as the price for this bet, but you can get some good teams available at much shorter odds than 1/6. I am putting…

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  • A Blue Point of View (Bets on Man City)

    RACHACE on 30 Nov at 20:50

    Manchester City v Chelsea Saturday 3rd December (12:30ko) Firstly welcome to the blog. I'm a season ticket holder at Manchester City and the purpose of the blog is to highlight where I believe the best bets are on our Premier League games. Some will be good, some will inevitably be bad but I'll try my best to be objective and also be accurate with the information that I include in the blog. Our 14th Premier League game of the season see's us host current Premier League leader and former Champions, Chelsea at the Etihad Stadium. Chelsea are under the stewardship of former Juventus and Italy manager Antonio Conte and to be fair they've looked very impressive so far under his watch. He's reignited the quality that was already at Stamford Bridge, most notably in both…

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  • Betfair Tingle Creek Chase Key Race Trends - 3 December 2016

    Robmull on 01 Dec at 11:50

    The Betfair Tingle Creek Chase is a Grade 1 event for runners aged 4 years and older which is run over 1 mile, 7 furlongs and 119 yards at Sandown on Saturday, 3 December 2016. During the past decade, 5 market leaders (including 1 joint favourite) have been successful for a level stake profit of 0.04 pts, whilst 9 of the last 10 winners were sent off at odds of 5/1 or shorter, with the exception starting at just 9/1, which suggests that it often pays for punters to concentrate on runners towards the top of the betting market. It is also worth noting that Paul Nicholls has saddled 6 winners during the past decade (only 1 winner in the past 5 years) from 18 runners for a LSP of 6.17 pts, whilst Gary Moore has trained Sire De…

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  • Betfred Becher Chase Trends

    Micko70 on 01 Dec at 13:30

    The Betfred Becher Chase is run at Aintree racecourse at the end of November or at the beginning of December and is run over the Grand National fences over a distance of 3 miles & 2 furlongs. Robmull has also written a blog, read it by clicking HERE I have looked at the last 10 runnings of the race and looked at the following trends - Age, Weight, Official Rating, Recent Runs, Last Run, Year Runs & Distance. Decs - 3112-5 The Last Samuri(28) 8 11-12 Kim Bailey - Brian Hughes 159 333-31 Viconte Du Noyer(21) 7 11-7 Colin Tizzard - Aidan Coleman 154 U4631- The Young Master(224) 7 11-3 Neil Mulholland - Mr S Waley-Cohen(3) 150 9P-153 Double Ross(7) 10 11-2 Nigel Twiston-Davies - Jamie Bargary(3) 149 1209P- Aachen(238) 12 11-1 Venetia Williams - Liam Treadwell 148 6236-7 Ucello Conti(20) 8 11-1 Gordon Elliott - Daryl Jacob 148 1P0-53 Saint Are(27) 10 11-0 Tom George - Brian Harding 147 41-080 Rogue Angel(27) 8 10-12 M F Morris - David Mullins 145 1U267- Vieux Lion Rouge(238) 7 10-9 David Pipe - Tom Scudamore 142 U113-9 Silvergrove(22) …

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  • Betfred Beecher Handicap Chase Key Race Trends - 3 December 2016

    Robmull on 29 Nov at 12:56

    The Betfred Beecher Handicap Chase is a Grade 3 event for runners aged 6 years and older which is run over 3 miles, 1 furlong and 188 yards of the Grand National course at Aintree on Saturday, 3 December and always presents a tough puzzle for punters to assess with an average field size of over 17 runners taking part. During the past decade, only 1 market leader has obliged (15/2) for a level stake loss of 1.50 pts, whilst just 5 winners were sent off at odds of 10/1 or shorter, with the exceptions starting at odds of 14/1 x 2, 20/1 and 25/1 x 2, which suggests that punters may need to look beyond the obvious to find the winner of this event. It is also worth noting that last year's hero Highland Lodge has been entered again…

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