Thursday, May 5, 2011

Handicapping Greyhounds Using Track Bias

Track Tips From The "Pup"

I have commented recently how much profit I have made at a particular track using ONLY track bias and nothing else. I mean, when certain post positions win 62% of the time and you frequently get odds of 10/1 and higher on those post position, why make handicapping harder than it has to be?

Most recently I was listening to some decent handicappers break a race down to the nth degree. Meanwhile the posts I liked were sitting at 7/1 and 14/1 respectively. Their logical winner missed the board completely and I hit a $30+ winner.

Do you know the bias at the tracks you play? I'm not saying this situation happens all the time at every track, but it is an exaggerated example of how much track bias could help your greyhound wagering skills.

If you don't have a comprehensive plan for playing the greyhounds you will lose. You must know all angles, all of the time, to win consistently. That's what we teach at

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