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21 Nov 09 20:45
Date Joined: 30 Jul 07
| Topic/replies: 11 | Blogger: steve1967's blog
any help on this would be appreciated. i have a few systems which i use and i do quite well but i just can't make it pay laying more than one horse in a race. i don't lose massive amounts laying more than one in a race-about 80 points in the last 2 years. thing is because i'm not a bookie, who does lay all the runners, i just wondered if this was bad luck or if the odds are against you laying multiple horses. i could dutch if i get more than 1 selection but statisticaly this shouldn't work-should it? its actually worse on the all weather than on turf. i only lay odds under 11.
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Report smashing time November 21, 2009 10:37 PM GMT
if you down in 2 years, thats a long enough sample for you to jack it in and try a different approach. however, your'e problem is not laying 2 horses and your'e philosophy of sticking to less than 10-1 is essential to laying success.
Report steve1967 November 24, 2009 6:59 PM GMT
in last 2 years-laying just 1 horse in a race +782 points. laying 2 or more in a race -82 points. all lays under 11. does laying more than 1 in a race put you at this big disadvantage or have i just been unlucky?
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