Betting School

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The very first bet I ever placed was in the 1989 Derby. An older friend I worked with was a big horse racing fan and unbeknown to me, the Epsom Derby was apparently the most prestigious horse race of the year. I (quite obviously) knew nothing at all about horse racing at the time, but after a couple of lunchtime pints I was merrily persuaded into parting with a token £1 bet on the race.

I scanned the racecard and Terimon, the winner of a lowly maiden race the week before, was the horse of my choosing. Trained by Clive Brittain, Terimon had a mountain to climb in the Derby as you could easily have placed him 30-40lb inferior to the mighty Nashwan, but that meant nothing to me and I’d made my mind up…. 50 pence each-way on Terimon at 500/1 was my bet.

I was a young boy at the time, working with a bunch of hardy ex-dockers who were very well acquainted with betting shop terminology (if not much else!) and oh, how they laughed. Some of these “professional punters” were staking £30, £40, even £50, on the race (probably a third of a week’s wages at the time for the job we were doing) and here was me, 18 years old, with my 50 pence each-way ticket on the outsider of the bunch.

No doubt to them, I was the MUG!

At 3.40pm we all sneaked off to the boozer across the road for a fly afternoon pint and to watch the race. Dodgy Derek, a small chubby chap with the stickiest fingers I’ve ever come across in a workplace, had £40 on the second favourite Cacoethes at 3/1, Big Pete had a tenner each-way on Mill Pond at 16/1, simply because two decades before he’d been on Mill Reef when he won the Derby and therefore anything with Mill in the name was always worthy of a bet in Pete’s mind, and then there was me with my 50 pence each-way on Terimon.

I won’t bore you with a blow-by-blow account of how the race panned out, but it’s safe to say that Nashwan won, my horse Terimon finished second at 500/1 and Cacoethes finished third. Much to everyone else’s disgust, I was better off to the tune of £63 for my 50 pence each-way bet (a grand Derby Day that was!) and from that moment on I was completely and utterly hooked on the betting game!

Now I know that we’ve probably ALL got a horse racing story to tell, but unlike many a lucky first time punter I didn’t go straight from this experience to mug betting. Instead, I reinvested probably 50% of my winnings at the time and bought books about horse racing, so I could learn as much as possible about the form book. Yeah I know, I’ve always been a right boring sod!

For the next few years I read as much as I could, I bought systems and analysed them so that I thoroughly understood the logic behind them, I bought software (some of it at astronomical prices in today’s terms), I learned how to build a book and whenever I visited the racecourse I could tell you the overround on a race within seconds. I could actually price up a bookmaker’s board faster than he could himself. And ever since then I’ve basically lived and breathed horse racing.

There’s absolutely no substitute for knowledge and experience in this game. To quote the old poker anecdote, betting on horse races is something that takes minutes to learn and a lifetime to master. Even then, there have been many old fools who have gone to their grave knowing what they should have done, but never actually doing it when their own money was in the way.

And, that’s why I’d like to introduce you to a special club – which I’m also a member of – that’s sure to take decades off you when it comes to working out what makes money in this game…

The Betting School Insiders Club

You’ll maybe have seen this before, but if you’re anything like the majority of people you’ll have dismissed it as “something you don’t really need”. Well, I’m here today to tell you that if you’re struggling to make your betting pay and you aren’t part of a mastermind group like The Betting School Insiders Club, then it’s one of the things that you most definitely DO need.

The website ain’t glitzy, their sales pitch could do with a bit of polishing too, but don’t let that put you off this, because it’s the quality of information that counts and The Betting School Insiders Club is one of the best services around. Every month they send out one of the most fascinating, informative and profitable publications you’ll ever have come across, they back that up with a full support service to get you profiting as quickly as possible, and they even provide you with FREE automatic betting bots that enable you to run your whole betting business on auto-pilot.

All GOOD STUFF, in other words.

This is what you receive when you’re a member of The Betting School Insiders Club:

  • A monthly printed journal delivered direct to your door with detailed analysis and indepth reviews of the most profitable betting systems and strategies.
  • Access to the selections of Betting School’s retained tipsters and resident experts, guys who have proven they can generate consistent profits month on month.
  • The ability to discuss betting strategies with the Betting School staff and other club members through their members only forum. This is one of the most productive betting forums online, with over 20,000 posts and rising by the minute.
  • FREE automatic betting bots to put the strategies you’ll learn at the Betting School on autopilot and video presentations to show you how easy it is to operate them.

There’s a lot more to it than that, but instead of babbling on about how cool this service is, I’ve arranged for you to get your hands on a FREE sample copy of The Betting School Insider, as well as a sneak peak at some of the other amazing content you’ll have access to when you join as a member, so you’ll be able to see for yourself how good this service really is.

Simply click the link below, plug in your email and your free copy will be sent to instantly:

Download Your FREE Issue Here!

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No Responses to “Betting School”
  1. Seamus says:

    I’ve been a member of The Betting School for a few years now, it’s a great service they provide and I’d not be without them now there’s always something happening in the members forum

  2. Paul says:

    Seamus, the forum was going through a bit of a lull a few months back, but it’s been revitalised in some style since they started developing the bots for automatic betting. They’ve got some great stuff going on there at the moment.

  3. Jeremy says:

    Looks good! Thanks for the heads-up on this one!

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