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The Top Ten Betting Strategies

(Last Updated On: August 10, 2016)

We’ve got a lot of posts on the Race Advisor and included in them are numerous betting strategies and angles. However with nearly 500 articles it can be quite hard to find them. And so today, I’ve decided to put together a list of the top ten betting strategies/angles based on the number of views that they’ve had.

So without further ado, here are…

The Top Ten Betting Strategies (based on views)

  1. Under and Over 2.5 Goals – A Market Trading Strategy for Football.At number one is a football betting strategy by one of our guest writers, Paul Micelli, which has received 6,675 views.
  2. A Guide To Profitable Dutching. Sitting in second position with 4,143 views is the guide to profitable dutching.
  3. Using Official Rating To Estimate Class – The Written Version. Coming in at number three is the written version of how to use the Official Rating to estimate the class. To date this strategy has had 3,888 views.
  4. Creating A Tissue In Horse RacingCreating an accurate tissue (odds-line) is considered to be at the top of the best betting and this article by Eddie Lloyd has received 2,473 views putting it firmly in fourth place.
  5. Class Horse Rating SystemA guest post written by Glen showing how he creates his class ratings comes in fifth position with 1,905 views.
  6. Finding Value and Making a Profit from Backing FavouritesIf you’ve ever wanted to know how you can find value and make profits by backing favourites, then this is the article for you. Placing sixth with 1,627 views.
  7. Analysing a Race in 3 MinutesOne of the most popular videos on the Race Advisor with 1,251 views shows you how to form read in just three minutes!
  8. Build Killer Betting Systems with Matt BisognoI persuaded Matt Bisogno, of GeeGeez fame, to do a webinar with me where he shows exactly how he builds betting systems. And with 999 views, this comes in eighth on our list.
  9. Head To Head Horse Racing AnalysisThere are many ways to find a profit and this post, with 987 views, shows you how to do it using head-to-head analysis.
  10. The Common Sense Approach. With 770 views, coming in tenth place is the commons sense approach to finding winners.

 

Michael Wilding

Michael started the Race Advisor in 2009 to help bettors become long-term profitable. After writing hundreds of articles I started to build software that contained my personal ratings. The Race Advisor has more factors for UK horse racing than any other site, and we pride ourselves on creating tools and strategies that are unique, and allow you to make a long-term profit without the need for tipsters. You can also check out my personal blog or my personal Instagram account.

4 Comments

  1. Thanks for this, Michael. And good luck with the harmonica. You say you suck – but isn’t this a necessary technique in harmonica-playing? The biggest danger as far as I can see would be swallowing the darn thing. I look forward to the video. Could we also have one of you dancing a Viennese waltz with a grizzly bear? Now that would be a novelty!

    1. Thanks Jack, you may be right about it being a necessary technique of harmonica playing 😀

      I’ve lined up a practice with the grizzly bear, hopefully I’ll be able to find someone to record it!

  2. Michael I have joined your tutorial class and have been looking at lesson 1. It appears to be very old and has not been updated. I cannot find the numerous tipsters page to complete the rating as instructed. Are you going to send the lessons by email or do I have to go to the Puntology site? Regards JACK

    1. Hi Jack, you have to be a member of the Racing Post in order to be able to get the tipster selections but you do not have to use these for the method to work, it is optional if you have a Racing Post membership. The lessons are sent by email.

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