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Split Places Staking Plan


The Split Places Staking Plan works on the assumption you will have no more than five bets in an afternoon - all for a place.

For bet 1 put your afternoon’s “bank” on your first selection a place (whatever your “unit” is).

If it runs a place, remove your stake from play and split any profits equally on the next four selections for a place.

For example, if you are prepared to lose $50 for the afternoon, put it all on your first selection of your best five. Say it runs a place and pays $2.00. Great. Withdraw the $50 from play and split the $50 profit in to four other place bets of $12.50 each.

The worst you can do now is break square if none of the others run a place.

If any of the others do run a place, go through the same exercise. Say the second one runs second and pays $1.50. The return would be $18.75. Remove the $12.50 (that then becomes the minimum you can win for the day) and split the remaining
$6.25 equally over the last three again. (Each would now have $18.75 on them to run a place.)

Sure - you get the idea.

And if the first one loses? Big deal. The day’s activities are finished and you can now do something far more useful in the garden perhaps.

No staking plan can make up for plainly poor selections.

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