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    Speculative investement pays off!

    I have been working on a system. First month 49 bets, made 42% profit. Second month, 48 bets, made 20% profit. Third month is looking very good so far, It's looking better than the first month. If so I will up the ante provided third month shows a profit. Am no maths genius but the odds are good. This will be a far greater return than any 90 day investment in the bank. Yes, sometimes it does pay to speculate in order to accumulate.

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    Indeed, so you have made a profit of 630 baht. Well done.

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    Have you worked out your rate per hour/day?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munted
    I have been working on a system.
    Do tell.

    I'll wager you WILL come a cropper.

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    wonder why my innocuous post was deleted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal
    Have you worked out your rate per hour/day?
    This system takes about 15 minutes to make four days selections.
    Operating on the KISS principle, so simple a seven year old could do it.
    Very good hourly rate, and as I have mentioned far better returns than any bank investment.

    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    I'll wager you WILL come a cropper.
    Sounds like a man with some experience. If so have you ever wagered on the horses for 100 bets and made a good profit. I believe I'm onto a winner here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munted
    Sounds like a man with some experience.
    I do indeed.

    That's why i'm genuinely interested.

    A brief outline would be interesting.



    Good luck with your system anyway.

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    There are two sequences of numbers. One on the particular race meeting event and one on every race in the meeting event. Should these two sequences coincide with a particular third party selection I will make the bet but only to win. No other bets except the occasional double of which both legs must be win bets also.

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    I don't think betting on the gee-gees normally qualifies as 'investment' activity!

    Maybe you can tax deduct the cost of your internet connection for this enterprise!

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    Depends. Some business 'investments' might be even more riskier.

    Certainly wouldn't put everything into it. Thing is, I'm in charge of the outgoings and am aware of the risks. Not sure the same could be said of many investors in so-called legitimate business who will cut out a good bit of any return to themselves and give back a pittance.

    In NZ there is no tax on race winnings, provided it's not your main job.

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    The "system" seems to rely on a "third party selection". Is it which race-horse owner fields which horse in which race?

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    NZ hoss racing is in carts from what I saw, not proper racing

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    ^ Shopping carts?...

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    Whenever I back a horse it always looks like it's pulling a caravan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munted View Post
    There are two sequences of numbers. One on the particular race meeting event and one on every race in the meeting event. Should these two sequences coincide with a particular third party selection I will make the bet but only to win. No other bets except the occasional double of which both legs must be win bets also.
    Another good system to to back all the Horse's with 2 words in their name starting with the same letter ...ie

    Balnagon Boy 3:05 Navan

    Betty Borgia 3:25 Southwell

    Billy Billy 3:10 Carlisle ....... etc

    if they are over 5/1 back them EW or to win if Under ,they can be anything up to 20-30 running each day

    Also backing number 6's works well
    Big Ol' Lucky Ol' Al.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    I don't think betting on the gee-gees normally qualifies as 'investment' activity!

    Maybe you can tax deduct the cost of your internet connection for this enterprise!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    The "system" seems to rely on a "third party selection". Is it which race-horse owner fields which horse in which race?
    Sounds like a twist akin to a pyramid scheme.

    Plenty of suckers out there.

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    Is it not strange the way the trolls come in flocks?

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    Wonder what the collective name is for a flock of trolls?

    Actually "Flock" doesn't sound too bad.

    Or how about a Pox of Trolls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna
    The "system" seems to rely on a "third party selection".
    The third party selection is just a racing paper where their experts select the horses. Why spend hours pouring over stats when for just a few dollars I can get the efforts of others? Seems a good deal to me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly94
    NZ hoss racing is in carts from what I saw, not proper racing
    What you have seen in trotting. I don't bet on trotters. My bets are strictly on galloping horse races only.

    Quote Originally Posted by boloa
    Another good system to to back all the Horse's with 2 words
    Yes, good that's the gist of it. Pick any weird system but you must absolutely be consistent with it. Do not waver from it. Apply it always. Only take win bets, and only those horses which agree with your system AND which the experts have picked. Do not be tempted to take any exotic type bets unless all your horses in the exotic bet are also the horses the system has picked to win. To begin you should do small bets, and if you have a profit of 25% or more after 90 days of it, ramp up the bets to a higher amount. Rinse and repeat. Do not under any circumstances believe that you can select winning horses by applying logic to racing statistics. Do not waste your money on horse racing computer programmes. A total waste of time and money. Just pick any weird system as above, apply it consistently over time, do not waver in the application of it, and you will make a profit on your investment.

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    Consider boloa's system. There's actually two systems there. To begin he's onto a loser proposition. He should pick either of them but not both of them and which ever one he chooses he should apply it consistently over the long term as per my previous post.

    Quote Originally Posted by boloa
    if they are over 5/1 back them EW or to win if Under
    Doing this sort of thing will also do his money in. Forget about EW or under's. Buy any reputable racing paper and if the paper's experts believe a horse in the race has a good chance of winning AND if it agrees with your horse selection process , put a win bet on it. KISS principle applies here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boloa View Post

    Billy Billy 3:10 Carlisle..... ect
    3:10 Carlisle
    1st 2. Billy Billy 11/10
    2nd 3. Conquer Gold 7/4

    other winners

    Pink Play
    Ruby Rambler
    Death Duty

    And a few EW

    Balnagon Boy 5/1
    Donnaʼs Diamond 9/1

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    ^ Good luck bo, my way to do this would be select your double names with the same initial letter, buy a reputable racing paper, if their experts say this is a winner put your bet on to win. Do consistently ie on every race the racing paper selects for, for 90 days. You will make a profit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munted View Post
    ^ Good luck bo, my way to do this would be select your double names with the same initial letter, buy a reputable racing paper, if their experts say this is a winner put your bet on to win. Do consistently ie on every race the racing paper selects for, for 90 days. You will make a profit.
    I will tell you now that gambling is a mugs game ,my mate is an affiliate for a few bookmakers and he gets 30% on losing bets from his sign-ups.........he does very well most months

    Up until recently me and a friend played Horse-racing Tipping Games on the net where you would pick horses in different games ( Daily, Monthly and 5 streak ) and you could win 5 or 10 of free bets . We would use Multi-nicks ( we had 4 accounts each ) and we would just pick numbers .Mine was 2, 4 ,6 and 9....Most months we would win anything between 50 - 100 between us in free bets just by picking random numbers and would use these free bets to bet on the football ( 1 or 2 accumulators ) at the weekends for a bit of fun. Over the years we won a few grand and it never cost us a penny apart from Internet fee's ( which we had anyway ) and 20 minutes a day posting our selection on the Racing games. I would never gamble using my own money but I don't mind Gambling using free bets.
    We have stopped playing now because of rule changes ,now you must deposited money into your account to win the free bets plus any money you win from the free bets must be turned over 5 or 6 times before you can withdraw it , so the chances of winning has diminished .......but it was fun whilst it lasted

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    Sure would have to say that gambling your way is a mugs game. You are spreading your investment far too thin, do it my way look on it as an investment, the fun part is only secondary, if you want to accumulate you must be seriously into it for 90 days at least.

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