My name is not important and I’ll be honest I don’t really want to put it out there as all it would take is the bookies to see this page and see if I am a member of theirs for them to realise how much I’ve taken from them over the years.
For the last 5 years I have beaten the bookies and taken at least £10,000 per year from them from just betting on jump racing.
Mainly it comes down to the unpredictability it adds. The increased odds that go with it and the favourites that fall opening up the field to the high odds runners.
Take a random recent day of Jump Racing, Saturday 9th December. There were 10 favourite that won their races in 5 cards. That’s 10 out of 35 races.
I see tipsters who try to tip every type of racing but to me this is just a pick it and see what sticks sort of method, there is no way they can do the necessary study on each horse in each race on a set day to be confident that their picks are going to come in on the turf, jumps and all weather tracks.
The same goes for the tipsters who only bet level stakes, or only bet each way. By instantly limiting their bet criteria they are missing out on easy profits.
I’m not the sort of tipster who will pick above 4 picks on a single day. Not even during a festival. Instead I focus on the best selections on a set day, whether that be a single bet, or up to a max of 4 picks.
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