Posts Tagged ‘Wagering plans’

Night School

by Ed Meyer

posted on November 30, 2010 in General Discussion, Handicapping | 1 Comment >>

The bell has rung, and “The Professor of Ponies” is taking attendance. We all need a refresher from time to time, and in this game, you can’t catch up late or read it in recopied notes. Class is in session….. First and foremost…. Before you become a TV zombie or a computer sloth, make as […]

Bet With Your Head And Not Over It!

by Ed Meyer

posted on August 5, 2010 in General Discussion, Help/Educational Articles | No Comments >>

How many times have we come to the track or O.T.B, and lost a nice wager? ¬†We have this odd feeling that we are “on” and it is time to make a big bet to get all even and a few bucks ahead. In poker, it is called steaming, and in racing it is called […]

Tap Dancing

by Ed Meyer

posted on July 26, 2010 in Educational Articles, General Discussion, Handicapping | 4 Comments >>

I hate to see a player make so many plays that they couldn’t even tell you the number of horses they played. I call it tap dancing, and watching players bet more than the law allows is criminal, or at least silly….. I have a friend that goes out once a week. He is a […]