Can you turn Losers into Winners?
The betting world in the UK has undergone a revolution in
recent months with the advent of Internet sites called "betting exchanges" that
offer an alternative to the traditional bookmaker.
For the first time, YOU can take the role of the bookie and
offer your own odds against other punters.
Instead of cursing the luck of the bookmaker when the
favourite comes in second or third you can smile knowingly and collect the
punters' money into your bank as bookies have from you in the past.
Now of course there is a down side too.
If the horse you have "layed" wins then you will have to
pay out to the winning punter.
Depending on the odds you have offered you may have to pay
out a sum rather larger than your stake.
It is obvious that if you are going to start laying bets
against horses to win then you need to have a good method for assessing which
are the most likely to lose whilst still being at prices which keep your risks
This is where a new book from professional gambler Raj Patel
"Losers into Winners"
describes in detail the method that Raj has used with great success to bring in
the profits from the betting exchanges.
The method is based upon a topsy turvey analysis of the
races to identify the favourites and well fancied horses which least likely to
win and are probably running on inflated reputations.
These are the ones that Raj lays to lose.
Raj's rationale for concentrating on lay bets is based on
the idea that it is far easier to pick a loser than to pick a winner because
the rest of the field is running for you.
If you can combine that with a method for minimising your
risk on losing bets then you have a winning strategy.
The book describes, with many real life examples, how to
assess the top few runners in the race to see if the favourite really does
stand out from the crowd or if any one of a number of horses could
Raj's method does not require in-depth analysis of form and
it seems, with a little practice, your could select a few likely prospects to
lay quite quickly.
So does it work?
Well the author and publisher seem so confident they have
gone to great lengths to let you try for yourself with absolutely no risk.
Firstly the book comes with an unconditional money back
If you should decide, after reading, that this method is not
for you then you can ask for a return of your purchase price and they promise
to return it within twenty four hours.
Secondly, for four whole weeks, Raj will send you every day
by Email his personal selections of suggested horses to lay.
You can compare these with your own choices and just paper
trade until you are convinced that it works or you can jump right in and start
laying from day one.
You can see the recent, claimed results of these daily tips
and also sign up to receive a FREE
four part introduction to the method at the author's web site by clicking