CHART SHOWING THE RESULTS FOR 22 FULL RACE CARDS, 190 RACES, 17 RACE CARDS WERE POSITIVE.
I'LL ADD ADDITIONAL RACES AS LONG AS THERE IS "HOPE"
IT'S WHAT I DO — formula_2002
What you are studying has academic value for sure.
However, if at the end of the day, you make 5 $100 bets and make a $10 profit minus whatever pp acquisition costs, that's a pretty sad pot at the end of the rainbow. How much of your day are you willing to spend to earn that $10? It beats losing money, but you've forfeited the time you could have spent doing your own handicapping in the hopes of finding something worth your while. — Bustin Stones
I agree Dave, totally different concepts. But I think that whatever concept you choose it has to fit your personality. — Tony Kofalt
And yes, back to the subject of this thread, they are two different concepts. I think this is anecdotal but I've always heard that on any given day, 95% of the people at the track lose and of that remaining 5%, about 3% (or maybe even 4%) are only winners for that day, the remaining 2% (or 1%) are the only long term winners. So to beat the game, you have to be in the top 1% - 2% of the people there at the track. — Steven
I think this is anecdotal but I've always heard that on any given day, 95% of the people at the track lose — Steven