MPM is an excellent approach to playing the races for
both casual and regular players. It differs from other
approaches because it lets you integrate your preferred
style of play (speed,class,pace)into a surprisingly short
list of guidelines. One of the most exciting benefits of
using MPM is that you do not need a computer to use it!
It's fast and easy, whether you handicap with past
performances and notes, as old-timers have done for years
or download numbers and trips notes on your computer.
Author George Kaywood knows the handicapper's biggest
enemy is time - good handicapping takes time to succeed.
MPM gives you a stress-free framework while narrowing
down contenders using a statistically-proven concept that
many players simply ignore. MPM is especially good for
simulcast players because it helps you avoid low-value
races and focus on truly plaable ones at various tracks.
There's even a simple, easy-to-understand money
management plan you can use even if you're just a weekend
warrior! Amazingly, MPM takes up just 26 pages but every
stop contains detailed instructions, and there's even a
multi-track workout showing the results of using MPM at
small and large tracks. Order your copy today! 26 pages,
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