Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Track Tips From "The Pup"

Keeping Records Means Increasing Profits At the Dog Track

By Pup
I'm always surprised when someone comes to me to learn how to win at the greyhound track. Without fail I learn that don't keep any records. None. Nada. Zilch! So I ask them, "How do you know what is working and what isn't?" They never have an answer.

If you are going to take the money you worked hard to earn and bet it on a greyhound you need to know if the bet you are making is a profitable one long term. How do you know this? Records! The more detailed records you keep the more you will learn about YOUR handicapping. You will find things you are doing that work as well as things you are doing that don't.

I was on my back deck this afternoon and a bumblebee was buzzing around. He was very agitated. I am not generally scared of bees so I went about my business. It just so happened that about the same time I was ready to come back in the house he decided to rush at me and 'buzz' me. He didn't sting me but he was letting me know he wasn't happy with me in his space. I went on in the house as I was doing any way. I doubt that bee's keep detailed records so I imagine this bee probably thinks that rushing me like that made me leave. That isn't true. It was just coincidence. He will find this out next time I am out side and I see him.

Now if many bees before him had kept detailed records they could probably tell him that threatening humans will end in his demise. Likewise you should be keeping detailed records of your play. You need to learn the things you are doing that will lead to your demise.

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