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Random horse race betting advice

Don't be greedy; if you lose what you have just won, you are greedy.

Gamble money you can afford to lose. If you need the money, don't gamble.

Gamble half of what you are willing to risk. This way, if you don't win, you will give yourself a second chance, another day.

Approach gambling realistically. You cannot force a winning outcome and don't expect to win every time. Decide on a plan that lets you play in sessions or intervals, closing each session once certain criteria are met, and don't aim to win each one of them. Remember, what matters is the overall net profit result.

Know when to stop. Think like a winner. Before or during any punting exercise, tell yourself you’re going to win and stay focused on the TASK of winning. Just being positive will slightly alter your winnings. And if you get hot or cold, don’t get cocky or feel like everything is over for you. Just regroup and devise a strategy that works for you. One that has been successful in the past. And most importantly, know when to stop.

Don't play without a system, any system! Unless you play for fun

Just be smart. Let common sense take over, don't think with your money, think with your mind.

Never borrow money to gamble and don't lend either. Lending money to a friend who is losing badly is a sure way of losing him - and probably the lent money too. In fact, if your gambling friend asks for a loan – refuse – and GIVE it to him instead. That way, you only lose the money.

 

 

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