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Horse Racing: Individual Or Single Factor Handicapping – Part 1

Tue ,26/01/2016

There are several levels to handicapping. From beginner to the most advanced levels and many players are individual or single factor handicappers such as a class handicapper, a form handicapper, a speed handicapper, etc. But whenever you use only one factor to predict races with you’re limited no matter how strong that single factor is. A stronger way than using only a single factor is to use several factors. Only a handful of single factors shall be mentioned in this article with some of their elements or aspects.

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Horse Racing: The Secret Of The Difference Between Profitcapping And Value Capping

Tue ,12/01/2016

There are those who get profitcapping mixed up with value capping but these are as different as night and day. To give them definitions lets you see the difference immediately. Profitcapping is the predicting and determining of the amount of profit (money value) to be made over weeks, months and up to 10 or more years in the future. This is a long-term outlook. Value capping on the other hand is seeing if profit can be made from today’s present race(s) and is a day to day very short-term outlook. Though they are different value capping is a sub-system or sub-factor of profitcapping.

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Horse Racing: The Secret Of What To Consider When Not Using Statistics To Handicap

Tue ,12/01/2016

There are two general major divisions to racing: handicapping and profitcapping. Most players when handicapping use statistics but not their own created statistics. But they use the daily racing form, books, the racing digest and/or online materials. When players are looking at racing from a short-term perspective (day by day) and not even a week ahead or several years ahead then they tend to handicap in a specific way. There’s utterly nothing wrong or the matter with this. This is handicapping at a certain level and certain basic materials are used to do it. This basic material has many aspects to it and so this article is merely a short list of many of the important ones.

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Horse Racing: How To Deal With Wager Types Or Different Types Of Bets

Mon ,04/01/2016

There are a handful of wager types in racing such as win, place, show, exacta, quinella, trifecta, superfecta, high-five, pick 2 (daily double), pick 3 (triples), pick 4, pick 5, pick 6 to place pick all. Each wager is made of one or more of the five value-positions which are win, place, show, fourth and fifth. Each value-position is part of profitcapping (predicting money or profit to be made) and corresponds to the order-of-finish positions of 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th of handicapping (predicting the results of races). So the question is: what do you do or what can you do with this small amount of information? From a handicapping side? From a profitcapping side?

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Horse Racing: Is There A Most Powerful Method In Handicapping?

Mon ,04/01/2016

Is there a most powerful method in handicapping? Yes. But to find it and know it you must do specific things that almost all players won’t do. Not because they lack intelligence but because they think that the way they’re already going will lead them to it. It won’t and this is a hard pill for players to swallow. To find the most powerful methods in handicapping you must comprehend the ultimate principles of the game. That there are two major divisions to racing: handicapping and profitcapping. Another principle is: there’s a system that’s used to find the best and most powerful methods and systems. A system to find the system.

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Horse Racing: How To Find The Win Percent By Using Field Size

Tue ,22/12/2015

When players handicap they’re prone to presuming that the win, place, show, fourth and fifth positions percent of every field size is identical and IT ISN’T. When one uses the morning line (track program) or the tote board in such a frame of thinking an error comes in because of lumping all field sizes together into one instead of considering each size on its own. With the morning line it’s 31.6% – 36% depending on the skills of the track’s line makers and 33% approximately for the tote board. Both for the win position only. This is when all field sizes are lumped into one instead of being separated individually.

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Horse Racing: How To Decipher And Simplify Racing

Wed ,09/12/2015

Handicapping racing factors such as form, class, beyers numbers, speed, pace, trip, track bias, handicapping odds and hundreds of other factors and angles is something that is put to one side. Then there are money factors such as ticket price, payouts, money oriented odds, wager types, in the money positions, value, price, money management and many others as a second thing to be put to another side. Why is racing hard to decipher? Has anyone ever figured it out? If they did would they tell others? Horse racing has been deciphered. One side is everything predicting the order of finish positions results or handicapping and the other side is everything predicting the money, profit or ROI to be made or profitcapping.

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Horse Racing: How To Find The Holy Grail Of Handicapping – Part 2

Tue ,01/12/2015

How to find the holy grail of handicapping is to have a method or tool to search and to find the handicapping system(s) that’s best for each one or every wager type. A method to find the method or in other words that which is similar to the scientific method which is a method to find the knowledge, truth and fact of anything including methods to do things. Racing’s made of five in-the-money positions which are win, place, show, fourth and fifth. One or more of these make up the different wager types and so a player uses the – METHOD – to find the best system(s) or method(s) for each one or all of them for the player’s purpose.

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Horse Racing: Everything In Racing Is Repetitive And Based On A Few Things

Mon ,30/11/2015

Racing’s complex in itself which makes it difficult to make money from. But all of its complexities boil down to doing things in two wide areas: handicapping or predicting the outcome of races and profitcapping or predicting the amount of money to be made from those races. This is a MAIN thing to understand. Each area has complexities and each one has to be studied deeply and fully. Players study racing for 1-30 or more years and everything in books, magazines, TV, radio, the internet, etc. is repetitive material. The same thing done and repeated in new ways for a hundred years.

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Horse Racing: Profitcapping And Handicapping And Things You Haven’t Been Told

Wed ,18/11/2015

There are a few things about profitcapping and handicapping that has never been told to the public. There are a few things which are secret. These several major secrets are what virtually every large money maker knows that the 10’s of 1,000’s of the masses of the playing public doesn’t. There are a few people who in fact make large profits in the game and it doesn’t take magic but being knowledgeable about a few specific things dealing with ‘averages’.

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