HANDICAPPING BETWEEN THE LINES
It's Not How Much You Know, It Is What You Know That Will Make You A Consistent Winner At The Track
PHILLIPS RACING NEWSLETTER'S #1 RATED HANDICAPPING BOOK OF 2008
Without a doubt, handicapping is very difficult simply because a race does not always go to the "best" horse on paper. To beat this game you must be able to interpret the past performances and uncover the potentially subtle hints contained in the data/information. You need to be like a detective when studying the past performances to read the trainer's intent and the true ability of the horse.
The downside is this can be a time consuming process if you do not know what you are looking for. In addition, your interpretation of the "clues" could be incorrect if you do not know what you are looking at or how it all works together in the horse's training regimen.
This is where "Handicapping Between The Lines" comes into play. The winning angles detailed in this awesome collection will give you the insight you need to find the clues to uncover high-priced winners, usually ignored by the betting public.
"Handicapping Between The Lines" is 100% mechanical, no judgment calls are necessary with the angles in this book. The step-by-step rules are quick and easy to follow so you can handicap a race in the time between races. No need to spend long hours pouring over the past performances! With the handy one-page reference sheet you will be armed and ready to attack the races at the track.
This book is perfect for simulcast players because it only takes about 5 minutes to handicap a race. The eight profitable angles in this book are logical and solid, as well as quick and easy to use, in fact, each angle contains only 5-6 steps.
As with our other publications, the methods are detailed in an easy to understand step-by-step format. Each of the eight winning systems is broken into four sections - the races to play, an explanation / discussion of the handicapping angle, the step-by-step rules and examples of the method in action.
We tested the methods and put these winning angles to a random test on two successive weekends in October at 12 tracks to show you the winning ability of these angles. From the six days over two successive weekends, we review three winners for each angle (24 in all). The average winner from the 24 winners covered in the book was $19.81! ThatŐs almost 9/1! Even if you remove the highest payoff (a $45.40 winner at KEE) the average win mutuel for the remaining 23 horses was still a healthy $18.70!
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