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Why tennis trading is always fun…

Newsletter under construction! January’s edition of What Really Wins Money is being finalised as I write, after a hiatus in December, strictly for mince-pie consumption. As this is the start of a new year, I begin January’s newsletter with a look at my betting portfolio for 2016. There’s a mix of low-risk, medium-risk and high-risk strategies. […]...

My betting portfolio for 2016…

I hope you had an excellent Christmas and New Year. I had a nice break in Guernsey, on uncle duty, and left fattened up and mince-pied out, ready to return to finding you the best betting systems and strategies for 2016. I would like to start this eletter by asking you if you actually have […]...

My most profitable betting systems of 2015…

My most profitable betting systems of 2015…

I’ve now completed my journey back the land that spawned Matt Le Tissier, Heather Watson and, er, me too. Yes it’s back to Guernsey for a spot of Christmas festivities with the family. Mince pies, Raiders of the Lost Ark and a smaller-than-usual selection of Quality Street awaits. As the year winds down, I thought […]...

Want some successful mid-week trading?

It’s been a profitable week on Twitter @drtclub. I hope you were able to join me on Tuesday and Wednesday. I am travelling from Friday to Sunday so I am afraid I cannot do a live chat this weekend. It is a pity as I would have liked to have kept the momentum going. We were […]...

Who to put your money on at Aintree and Sandown…

December sees the start of a month chock-full of top-quality Jumps racing. I do like to focus on the top-quality races, as racing journalists and publications simply do all of the work for you as regards to form lines and opinions. Head on over to www.racingpost.com, click on ‘Cards’ and then select ‘Big Race Entries’. […]...

Who I’m backing at tomorrow’s Hennessy Gold Cup…

Right on cue… A nice bit of detective work in last week’s eletter picked a winner in Cue Card in the Betfair Chase last Saturday. A tasty bit of tipping and that continued for What Really Wins Money members who followed my each way bets yesterday: winners at 26/1 and 5/1 produced an excellent return. […]...

What have we learned in 2015?

Hankies to the ready… The last What Really Wins Money newsletter has just been finalised, as I wipe a tear of happiness (erm, I mean tear of sadness) from my eye. As befits the last newsletter of the year, I’ve done a review of all of the betting strategies we have covered in January to […]...

Get ready for Cheltenham…

Get ready for Cheltenham…

The three-day Cheltenham Festival kicks off today and there are stars galore, most of which are coming back from long lay-offs. Let’s see what the consensus is from three major racing tipsters, Racing Post, Timeform and At the Races. In the 1.05 p.m. race today, La Vaticane is touted by at least 2 of the […]...

A basic introduction to form reading…

A basic introduction to form reading…

I was very pleased with the Friday Breeder’s Cup calls and hints, which were really based only on the information available for free at three sites: www.attheraces.com; www.racingpost.com and www.betfair.com (Timeform). Hit the Bomb won at 730pm, Lea was second as the each way bet to nothing. I do like these each way bets. The horse is poised […]...

What to look out for at this weekend’s Breeder’s Cup…

This weekend is mostly dominated (from a horse racing perspective) by the Breeder’s Cup. I think there are some excellent betting opportunity horse races today, tomorrow and Sunday. If you want some free betting ideas for the Breeder’s Cup, then head on over to www.attheraces.com who have their Breeder’s Cup micro-site, which is free to use. […]...

How I layed a 1.01 shot… and won! And how you can too!

How I layed a 1.01 shot… and won! And how you can too!

Well what a week it’s been. This time last week (9th October), I was doing my thing for my football trading service at www.drt.club and pointing members to some potential strong football trades, when I came across a Norwegian 4th Division match between little-known sides Tollnes and Express FC. A non-descript match. The away side were […]...

How to profit from short-priced favourites

How to profit from short-priced favourites

I was pleased with my rugby calls in last week’s eletter. England were far too short to win at halftime/fulltime and so it proved. Over 30.5 points also came in, and a lay of Samoa at odds of 1.4 was also successful. The Arc De Triomphe was really dominated by the first 2 in the […]...

What the betting market reveals for sports betting this weekend

What the betting market reveals for sports betting this weekend

‘Beaujolais Rodney!’ It’s Arc De Triomphe weekend at Longchamps, France, and it’s a tough competitive card. As to the Arc De Triomphe, it’s an 18-runner race and sees a very short-priced favourite in Treve at about 5/4. The betting market points to this race being a race dominated by the first 6 in the betting […]...

How to find a good angle in with football trading…

Calling all the traders! Are you interested in sports trading? By sports trading I mean the kind of trading we do on Betfair and I do at www.drt.club. You see, I am so busy with www.drt.club: I have begun broadcasting live sessions mid week via Twitter, so I am unable to follow the sports trading […]...

A look ahead to the Rugby World Cup…

Under construction! It’s that time of the month when September’s What Really Wins Money newsletter is finalising construction. So what have we got in store for readers this month? Well, I begin proceedings by showing you how you can use the bookmakers to beat the bookmakers in football. It is so nice when we can […]...

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