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Betting for a Living Nick Mordin

From an author who devises and tests his own systems, this book describes how, during the winter of 1991/2, he applied his ideas at the racetrack and took over #1000 per month from bookmakers. It details the exact methods he used and explains the precise reasons behind every bet made.
Mordin has emerged as one of the more intelligent racing pundits in recent years so this book is worth getting. He discusses various aspects of assessing a race, such as class, going, speed and weight. It's good stuff and thought provoking.

Betting for a Living