Saturday, November 27, 2010

Greyhound Racing Is On The Air

Trackside With Randy Birch From Victoryland
Turn in to www.bigjackpotbetting as Randy Birch hosts live racing from Victoryland in Shorter,Alabama. Tonight the 3rd Round of the Fall Handicapping Challenge is on tap to go along with 14 "Big Ones" direct from Victoryland Greyhound Track starting at 7:10 Central Time.

Friday, November 26, 2010

Greyhound Handicapping With Eb Netr

By Eb Netr
Do you bet on sure things? When you see a dog that is much faster, on average, than the other dogs in a race, are you surprised when it doesn’t come in? What about the numbers? Do you crunch them for each dog in every race and then watch in bewilderment when the numbers don’t work?
Don’t feel alone if you do any of these things. It happens to all of us. Although, in general, playing dogs that are likely to win is the best course to follow, it doesn’t mean that they’ll always win, no matter how good their numbers look.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Greyhound Handicapping With Eb Netr

Are You On a Losing Streak?

No matter how good you are at handicapping, sooner or later you end up on a losing streak. It's really discouraging when you do what's worked for you before and it doesn't work now. You begin to question your skill at picking dogs and wonder if you'll ever pick a winner again. Unless you've radically changed what's worked in the past, you will pick winners again. But it may take a while, and some changes, to get back into your stride.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Greyhound Racing On The Air

Trackside With Randy Birch From Tri-State
Catch all the action tonight as Randy Birch previews a great card of racing from Tri-State West Virginia. Watch and Wager on www.trackinfo.com

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

WIN BETTING FOR PROFITS
by The "PUP"

In the modern world of greyhound racing players have been forced to play exotic wagers to get a
reasonable return on their larger investments. When you compare the $100,000 plus win pools of
thoroughbred racing to the anemic greyhound racing pools of less than $1,000 and the reason becomes
clear. To extract any value at all in the sport of greyhound racing you must play exotic pools.
I play the horses and the puppies. I play both sports in completely different ways. What works in horse
racing will not work in greyhound racing. It requires two completely different skill sets.

Monday, November 8, 2010

#1 Way to Make Money at the Dog Track? Spot Plays!

Winning With Spot Plays
By Eb Netr

If it happens once, it'll happen again," Willie said to me once, over forty years ago. My friend was right and that's why spot plays are such good bets at the dog track. What is a spot play and why do they come in? I'm glad you asked.
A spot play is a dog that is in a situation that handicappers know often leads to dogs winning or placing. For instance, one of my favorite spot plays is a dog that is switching distances. Many people think that this puts a dog at a disadvantage or that the dog will need a race or two to adjust.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

New Handicapping E-Book Available

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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Handicapping Systems For Sale


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Are you handicapping for hours and still not winning at the dog track?

Do you often feel overwhelmed by all the information on the program?
Are you frustrated and confused with a handicapping method that is complicated and takes forever to go over a program?
You’re not alone! The biggest complaint most bettors have is that there are justtoo many variables to figure out when you’re trying to make money at the dog track.
Post Position, Running Style, Early Speed, Age and Weight, etc, etc!
How do you tell which piece of information is more important – or even if any one of them matters when it comes to picking winners?
Wouldn’t it be great if there was a step-by-step system – a visual aid – that wouldsift through all these factors on the program and make sense of them, quicklyand easily?
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Monday, November 1, 2010

Eb Netr On Greyhound Handicapping

Greyhound Handicapping Isn’t an Exact Science


By Eb Netr
Do you bet on sure things? When you see a dog that is much faster, on average, than the other dogs in a race, are you surprised when it doesn’t come in? What about the numbers? Do you crunch them for each dog in every race and then watch in bewilderment when the numbers don’t work?
Don’t feel alone if you do any of these things. It happens to all of us. Although, in general, playing dogs that are likely to win is the best course to follow, it doesn’t mean that they’ll always win, no matter how good their numbers look.
It would be foolish to consistently bet against dogs whose past performance records show that they have more class than the dogs they’re running against. Usually, all things being equal, class dogs will prevail over dogs with less class. However, there are exceptions.