to $16000 horse racing system
hypothetically, I was to give you $25 and said, " well, take
as long as you like to double it", how long would it take?
judicious selection of only betting on horses you thought were a
"lay down walk up start" to at least run a place, would
you be able to double it even if the dividends were only $1.50 per
Could you repeat the process just six times over, say, a 12 month
period? Incredibly, if you could, we'd be sharing $6000. Well, probably
not - you might have nicked off with the six grand and spent it
on wine, women and song and foolishly wasted the rest!
In fact if you started with $1 and had just one bet per day at even
money look at what happens after 15 days:
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 125, 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 4096, 8192, 16384
Can't be done - too hard. Is it? Consider these results from January
||Ascot Race 2
||Moonee Valley 7
Well, there you have it - how
easy was that? I watched just about all of those races (
I know - I need to get a life!!) and every one of those
favourites was expected by all and sundry to win. Just about
every tipster tipped them - every street corner coat tugger
was saying 'get on".
So what, apart from that, did
they all have in common? A peruse through your old form guides
(you do keep them don't you) may just point you in
the right direction.
But at what point
would you have "got out"? Taken the money and run?
Would you really have gone all the way to the end of the 15
bet sequence to turn $1 in to at least $16000?
Would you, like most, (me included!) have got out at $2000?
Would you taken out half at $2000, added another to the sequence,
stretching it to 16, and at least had $1000 to show for backing
11 in a row?
If you now take a minute to SERIOUSLY consider at what point
you really would have cashed in, and BE HONEST with yourself,
you will have found your comfort level!
Now that you know it - don't
go past it under any circumstances. Once past your comfort
level, your judgement will be influenced by fear and fear
breeds gambling mistakes aplenty.
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