Greyhound Betting Strategy Books
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How to win at Greyhound betting
This book closely examine these two points, and offers techniques and systems for achieving consistent wins.
From the author
"I have used all the systems discussed in this book to great effect. I have tried to include something for every reader. Therefore, whether you have no internet access, time constraints, or betting experience, this book will help you win at greyhound betting.
Unlike other books on this subject where 25% of the book is dedicated to waffle and topics such as reading form cards, visiting racecourses, and placing your bets, "How to Win at Greyhound Betting" spends over 90% discussing the techniques for making money. Any one can find out how to place a bet, in fact your bookmaker will tell you in detail, but not everyone can tell you how to win at greyhound betting.
Greyhound betting is a very high-risk investment tool. It has a bad name and stigma. Add to that the fact that most gamblers are not investors, but instead, addicts of a vice, and you have a channel of investment that is dismissed as a bit of fun or a mugs game.
The positive point about investing in gambling is that wins are tax free in the UK, and probably are in your country as well (check this for your country).
The rules to successful gambling investing are:
It is critical that you do not break any of the four successful gambling rules.
There are many tipsters and gambling systems offering gambling advice or services for a fee. Avoid them all. Almost all of them are unscrupulous fraudsters, making promises that never materialise, whilst running off with your money. Try and always trade your own money, as opposed to empowering others to trade on your behalf. This book will show you how you can use simple easy to follow techniques and systems to win at greyhound betting."
Paperback: 84 pages
Publisher: Lulu.com (June 22, 2005)
Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.2 inches
Shipping Weight:4.80 ounces
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NIGHT PIXIE "EUGENE HOPKINS" (HANDSWORTH, B'HAM)
FROM MY COPY I BET IN THE EVENING USING THE STOP AT THE FIRST WINNER TECHNIQUES. I FOUND THAT COMBINING THEM WORKS WELL FOR ME. THIS IS AN INTERESTING BOOK, EVEN WORKS FOR US NON COMPUTER LITERATES USING THE TELETEXT PAGES. ALTHOUGH IN THE BOOK I WAS ADVISED TO NOT BET ON THE EVENINGS I HAVE NO CHOICE AS I WORK DURING THE DAYS AND SO ONLY HAVE THE EVENINGS. IF YOU BUY THIS BOOK MAKE SURE YOU READ IT THROUGH FIRST AS I FOUND I UNDERSTAND THE SYSTEMS BETTER AFTER I HAD DONE THIS. THE LAST REVIEWER IS RIGHT, THERE IS NO HISTORICAL DATA GIVEN BY THE AUTHOR TO PROVE HIS SYSTEMS. I TRIED THEM ON PAPER FOR A WEEK BEFORE STARTING TO USE REAL MONEY AS I WAS ALSO SCEPTICAL. AFTER A WEEK OF WATCHING THE SYSTEMS WINNING AGAIN AND AGAIN, I COULDN'T STAND TO WAIT ANYMORE. I AM NOW USING CASH AND HAVING MORE FUN AS WELL AS COPPING NIGHTLY WINS IN MY COFFERS.
Twista "BKWorm" (Battersea, London)
Although not as exciting as his book on roulette which I am raving about. This greyhound book is fantastic too. It has many techniques that seem to work when I tried them. Made over £100 but returned to the roulette as was more exciting and took less time.
Chris Jones "Chris" (UK)
I always thought gambling was for mugs and that it was a mugs game as I have lost quite a bit in it before. However I am always opened minded. This book has new methods that have allowed me to end up on each day, quite a few in a row. This is the first time for me, so I am back gambling again, and winning this time.
New Angle on betting!!
I have read a few greyhound betting books, but never one like this one. It does not even pretend to mimic the popular topics. It breaks the mould and cuts out a whole new niche. If you are expecting to find out how to read form and pedigree of a greyhound in this book, you will be greatly disappointed. I have tried the form and pedigree methods and systems and find I still depended mostly on luck.
With this book the author side steps all that and introduces some new and exciting rules and techniques. He gives over 10 systems for betting on greyhound races. Australian gamblers will be out of luck, unless you have internet access, as all the systems in this book, as far as I can see are based on the 6 trap race meetings found in the UK, and South Africa etc..
Whilst I haven't tried and tested all these new techniques out personally, the few I have had time to try have worked for me and in a funny way make sense to me, statistically. This is a great book for people who are fed up of the old techniques and want something new, fresh, exciting and successful. The book may not be for everyone, especially if you find it hard to use the internet, or you are set in your old ways.