The Definitive Guide to Betting on Football (Racing Post Expert Series)
The Definitive Guide to Betting on Football is a distillation of Racing Post expert Kevin Pullein's extensive knowledge on how to make money when betting on football. His weekly column in the Post is hugely popular with sports betting fans. In this masterwork Pullein explains how you can work out what is likely to happen during a football match and how you might be able to exploit this knowledge profitably by betting. In each chapter there will be both theory and practice, in separate but complementary sections. The theory will always be simply explained and illustrated, and will satisfy both the more-specialist and the less-experienced reader alike, each of whom will be able to get out of it want they want most - as well as a lot of other things beside. Topics include first and second half betting, corners, first goalscorer, final result, bookings, spread betting, betting exchanges and ante post
The Definitive Guide to Betting on Sports ("Racing Post" Expert Series)
The Racing Post Expert Series is an exciting new innovation in the field of betting books. Written by the Racing Post's expert journalists, these books promise to quickly establish themselves as the 'Bibles' on their subjects. The second title in the series is The Definitive Guide to Betting on Sport. Sports betting is the fastest growing form of gambling in Britain. From athletics to Australian rugby league, from snooker to speedway, there has never been a wider choice of betting opportunities. Now, for the first time, the Racing Post's highly respected Sports Betting team brings you the definitive guide to mastering the art of making sports punting profitable.
A Lucky 15 bet is a special form of accumulator bet which requires you to make four selections. It can be used for a variety of sports but is most common in horse racing or football. One winning selection will guarantee a return. The more selections are correct, the higher the payout.
Consider this proposition. Would you rather pay the same sum for a useless system or tipping service made up from a spotty nerd who has never even ventured on to a racetrack, Or for a custom made system, fully researched horse racing tips with backdated results and sold to you from a man whom makes his full time living backing horses and is his lifetime passion?
The bookmakers of Britain have a lot to fear from Paul Coleman and his team at Confidential Publishing horse racing systems and tipping services. If there was a global ambassador for making money from bookmakers and the horse racing industry this would be the man. I have made money for hundreds of clients for over 10 years for my discerning clients across the globe.
Indeed so successful is Paul Coleman's Inner Circle horse racing tips service is that a little unnervingly as I am talking to him he freely admits he doesn’t really need to work any more.
He says my team is experienced as I am. But I just love horse racing and i wouldn't feel right sitting ay home. Its not a business its a mission. I love seeing clients who show me a really bad system or tipping service that they have paid a fortune for then buy one of our systems or join our service thats perfect in every way, fully researched and backdated, designed with good heart from our racing team and superior in every way for half for a quarter of the price.
The price of our systems and tipping services are astonishing considering the quality. We are talking less than a price of a cup of coffee or a couple of beers a day for a premium system or tipping service. Even our most expensive premium tipping service for £795 costs a third less that some of the services available in the sporting Press.
I now spend a lot of my time based abroad in the Winter months but my life mission is still to the badly informed and overpaying British horse racing punter. This is why I come back to the UK in the Summer months.
Before we give out a selection on our tipping service we put the race through our riggorous filter system.
The factors that we concentrate on are the horses preference for ground, distance and race type. Also jockey and trainer form are considered.
The only way to progress is to write everything down for each horse and then come back at the end to do an appraisal of the race.
When we have finished going through the most important factors for each runner, we then compare notes on each of them.
It now remains to be seen whether the Confidential Publishing systems/tipping revolution, with its inspired mix of flair, genius and technology will see the end of badly informed British punters for good. On price alone its a solution that will even please the most sceptical of punters…
In Mordin On Time, Nick sets out his unique method for answering the most fundamental question facing punters in any race, namely: which is the fastest horse? Nick's credentials in this area are second to none. He was timing the sections of races with a stop watch, estimating wind strength and direction, adjusting for movements of running rails, using projected times and calculating average times years before the best-selling American books on speed rating were published.
Now a new edition of this groundbreaking book is out. It incorporates much new material, including, for the first time anywhere, standard times for all Irish racecourses (plus the major French ones). Mordin On Time remains the only book in the world which enables the reader to construct their own speed ratings wherever they live.