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Lee Jackson
(@jackoowl)
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01/06/2020 9:18 am  

1.back,lay and dutch

2.couple of hours

3.Don’t mind longer downswings if the risk to reward is higher

4.no set amount,however many value bets the day offers


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Michael Wilding
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02/06/2020 11:43 am  

@jackoowl great to have you as part of our community, thank you for answering the questions. Please use this new thread to ask any questions, post analysis, selections and results so we can use them going forwards to make any adjustments to the strategy we're going to build out.

Having a couple of hours a day is great, as is being happy to place different bet types. This can allow us to build a strategy where the bet type is based on the odds and ability of the runners in an individual race, which is far more effective.

I'm going to push for a more detailed answer on number three as it's a key pin in what we use as a base strategy to build up from, and making our goals clear. How many losing bets in a row would it take for you to begin getting uncomfortable?

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Lee Jackson
(@jackoowl)
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02/06/2020 6:08 pm  

Hi 

thanks for the welcome 

I’m looking forward to being part of the community 

don’t know if iv got a definite answer for q3 maybe 10/12 then maybe get a little uncomfortable 


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Michael Wilding
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03/06/2020 7:48 pm  

@jackoowl ten or twelve is a good start. The reason it's so important is that we need to make sure the approach we build is one that you are going to be happy to sit through losing streaks and downswings. Ten to twelve in a row losing is around a 45% or higher strike rate, so we now have a focus. Of course this doesn't account for the downswing times you lose ten, win one, lose another ten etc. but we need to be in the place the losing streaks and downswings can be bet through to the other side.

I think a strong base strategy for us to use will be The 3 Factor Strategy at https://www.raceadvisor.co.uk/instant-strategies/

If you could watch that video and then feedback on whether it's something that sits comfortably with you, and if not what bits specifically don't so we can look at changing how we approach a race, then we can make any necessary adjustments before starting a first practice run of around ten races. During which you can get a better feel for the strategy, and provide some analysis and selection examples, as well as the results. We can then use these to make adaptations and adjust what you're doing. We repeat this process until we have a strategy that's making you 5% ROI or higher 🙂

The Race Advisor now has an Instagram channel. You can follow us on Instagram here.


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