How to create big-odds bets in the tennis…

New balls, please! No, my girlfriend hasn’t kicked me in the vernaculars because I didn’t buy her an expensive Christmas present; I am of course alluding to the Australian Open Tennis tournament which begins on 15th January. Whilst the time zone difference may make it...

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My betting highlights of 2017!

Happy New Year! Have you got any betting resolutions this year? Have you thought about which betting arenas and strategies you will focus on this 2018? Having reviewed my 2017, I was delighted to note that the majority of my betting strategies as showcased at...

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Christmas racing to look forward to!

A whopping 11 meetings are coming your way on Boxing Day. It can only be Christmas racing. There is some high-class fare at Kempton and Leopardstown, although at the latter meeting, the poor folks will have to put up with the wearer of sunglasses indoors: Mr. Bono, or...

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As rare as an honest politician

It is not often you get a chance of a near 100/1 winner in a football match. It is as rare as an honest politician: so rare that I have to mention it here today… I highlighted the opportunity for members of www.drt.club. Dortmund led 4-0 at halftime in their league...

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The joys of each-way betting!

I know I have mentioned it before but I must return to the subject of each-way betting and horse racing. The reason? Well my each-way bets this week have recorded winners at odds of 23, 14.5, and 8.78. None too shabby considering I am doing absolutely no form research...

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How to profit from a horse’s pace

Last weekend I was thinking aloud about how we can use pace and the free pace resources found at websites such as www.attheraces.com and www.racinguk.com. Well, this weekend sees the Breeders Cup meeting in the US of A, and those Americans love their pace angles. The...

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Why do I love races like these?

Jumps racing returns to Cheltenham this weekend, and there are races like the 16:55 race today which I relish. Each way is my favourite way. Let’s take a look at this 16:55 race today and see why it is a perfect race for each-way betting. Why do I like this race? It...

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What a whole lot of Stressed Erics did for me…

It was all fun and games last weekend for Champions League and Europa League candidates. As I suggested last week in the eletter, these teams are vulnerable. Man Utd drew with Liverpool 0-0, Chelsea lost, Arsenal lost (Europa League), Paris St Germain required a 91st...

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Why you shouldn’t dismiss the ‘shorties’!

We love you, Seamie, we do! Nice work from Seamie Heffernan last weekend as US Navy Flag romped home for messers Heffernan and O’Brien. It was not the first big-odds coup these two have landed and it will not be the last. Odds of 15.5 for the win will do nicely, not...

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My racing suggestions for this weekend…

Ayr was abandoned yet again last week but I made a good fist of it in the Mill Reef. I mentioned the strong stat favouring, erm, favourites, and Invincible Army I suggested was a good each way play - yes, even at odds of 5/2. He came second. My speculative...

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Each way betting opportunities this weekend…

Nice to get the winner of the St Ledger last weekend, despite the bigger-odds Aidan O'Brien pick not placing. The quality continues this Saturday at Newbury, with the highlight being the Mill Reef Stakes, and at Ayr (weather permitting) with the Gold Cup. The Mill...

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Fancy a flutter at St Ledger?

Welcome from Manly, Australia! I am attending my sister’s wedding with the family. I have not seen any koalas or kangaroos just yet. It is St Ledger weekend at Doncaster. With the season Aidan O’Brien is having, I feel his horses are the first stop for the shortlist....

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What’s in this month’s WRWM newsletter?

The start of a new month means the construction of the next What Really Wins Money newsletter, so I thought I’d give you a glimpse into the types of topics I cover in September’s newsletter. With the US Open tennis finalising, I thought I would take a look at...

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