The #1 Secret Betting Strategy That Wins Big On The Racetrack

Do you lose money on the track? Much? Too? Well, as far as I’m concerned, losing any amount is too much. The idea of ​​going to the dog track, whether for business or pleasure, is to come home with more money than you came in with.

However, the majority of people, nine out of ten, lose money every time they go to the races. This is not fun and it is not good business. Here’s how they lose and what you have to do to go home a winner.

First of all, you have to know how much you can afford to spend on gambling. Pay your mortgage or rent, pay your bills, buy some groceries, take care of all your other obligations and what you have left is what you have to risk at the greyhound track.

If you don’t do all of that first, you’ll worry about how you’ll pay your bills instead of focusing on disability and money management. Put this amount of money, and no more, in your pocket or wallet.

If you can leave them somewhere safe, don’t bring your debit or credit cards to the track with you. When you run out of money, it’s very tempting to convince you to take a little more money out of the bank or put it on a credit card. Don’t do it. That’s a loser’s game.

Go through your schedule, choose your races (the ones you really feel safe to bet on) and plan how much you’re going to spend on them. Write that amount and what you are going to bet at the top of the race page for each.

If you are very impulsive, bet all those bets before the first race, so that you cannot change your mind and convince yourself to bet on something else. If you are the kind of person who can resist temptation, then bet before every race, but I recommend the first method to make sure you don’t side bet.

Then sit there and watch the races, knowing that you are betting what you intended to bet and nothing more. You will be one of the few people on the track who will do that, believe me. Most of the crowd will bet things that they decide to bet on in the heat of the moment.

You will be betting smartly on your chosen dogs using a good handicap system and good money management. That’s a combination only 10% of track people use to win big at the dog track.

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