25th April 2006.
Street Warrior (Miracle System) came 3rd, Parisienne Gale (Lay of the
day) came 1st!
Well that was a pretty crap day to start back with yesterday, considering
it was the only selection from 10 to lose I was a little bit upset, still
overall the Lay selections are still doing very well.
Before my holiday I talked about the FFF plan and I also want to start
looking at the Balay system.
But before we do I thought it would be a good idea to discuss progressive
staking plans as systems like these and others rely on them to win.
The idea behind these types of plans is that you keep on betting until
you win, which with the right system should be within a few selections.
Now this all well and good as long as you get a winner quite quickly.
My own experience shows me these systems work, but you will have
to except that sooner or later you will get a longer than normal losing
run, which may not be so bad, as long as you don't lose everything you have
made in the meantime!
The most important thing to consider when using a progressive staking plan
is your stop loss, this is the number of losses you are prepared to take
before you call it a day.
To determine your stop loss you will need to look at your bank and the
percentage you use for your start stake and the odds you are betting
If you only lay at evens then you will probably be able to take a few
more losses than you would at selections 6/1, although you will probably
have to take more losses before winning at the lower odds.
I would suggest that before you even begin to use one of these systems that
you paper trade for quite a while to see what is going to work best for you.
When I was testing the FFF plan I had quite a few emails from people who
were adapting it to suit their own circumstances.
More on this tomorrow.
If you would prefer a different staking method then check out Roys
Amazing Staking plan.
New (test) Lay System...
Just something I am looking at.
Yesteday Houlihans Free came 6th
15.50 Wolverhampton, Beginners Luck
Question of the day.
Q. How many yards to a furlong.
A. 220 Yards
If you would like me to answer a question here then please email me.
Have good day's racing.
Miracle System (win Bet)
15.40 Folkstone, Compromiznotension
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"Lay of the Day" - Lay Betting System Bet
16:00 SOUTHWELL, Border Music (v4 Flat)
Please Note: The lay betting system is actually 4 systems in 1 and I
will choose one of the selections for this tip.
You can purchase the system formula:
Advantages of owning the system:
1) Pick more than one race a day
2) Bet on Saturdays and Sundays (no emails from me on these days)
3) Make a selection later in the day (normally more choices)
4) Password protected forum so you can talk to other owners.
5) UK or IRE races
6) Bonus Systems and regular updates.
7) Now on V4
8) 3 systems, 1 for flat 2 for Jump/Chase
9) Owners last got an update 22/07/2005
10) Now includes Lay Place System.
11) Now includes AW System
12) Now includes the Investment System
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o Todays sponser tip
Laying for Profit UK
Folkestone 5.15 Tip1: Gibbs Camp
Bath 5.40 Tip2: Nina Fontenail
Bath 6.10 Tip3: Ogee
Bath 6.40 Tip4: Tribe
suggested banking plan:
If we say that 1 pt = £50 or 1/40 of your bank then:
If the odds are up to 3/1 then bet 1.00pt
From 3/1 to 7/1 bet 0.5pt
If over 7/1 then bet 0.25pts
Laying for Profit UK
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