The Pick Six stands as the most commonly-offered super-exotic wager at most North American tracks. As a result, it receives the most publicity when multi-day carryovers pump up the payoff possibilities and attract heavy hitters. Barry Meadow's book is the most comprehensive look ever at this super exotic wager. For the first time, players are shown how to calculate whether or not a Pick Six is playable and what the optimum amount is to play. Surprisingly, there are times when a player should attack a one-day carryover but pass on a two-day carryover. Secrets of the Pick Six also includes chapters on deciding to go large or small on Pick Six tickets; how to form a syndicate for group play and much more. Also features excellent charts for constructing multiple tickets.
The third edition of the most complete and comprehensive
guide to handicapping and understanding Thoroughbred racing.
Author Tom Ainslie shows how any handicapper can
improve their results by taking advantage of new technology
This 1978 classic chronicles Andy Beyer's year of
professional handicapping at four tracks: Gulfstream,
Pimlico, Saratoga and the Barrington Fair. When it was
over, Beyer had amassed a profit of $50,664. This lively
account of th...
Pace handicapping has been used by professional
handicappers for decades because pace ratings tell them
something that speed sheets and final times can't-which
horses will fade, and which can carry on to win. Ray
Taulbot's Pace Calculator has...
Some players look for "value" which means they seek a higher payoff than could normally be anticipated. There's nothing wrong with this concept. The problem is that usually one's opinion as to value is purely subjective and not based on solid ground....
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