Betting

Fancy a flutter at St Ledger?

Welcome from Manly, Australia! I am attending my sister’s wedding with the family. I have not seen any koalas or kangaroos just yet. It is St Ledger weekend at Doncaster. With the season Aidan O’Brien is having, I feel his horses are the first stop for the shortlist. I do tend to look to Seamie […]

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Save 2.6G and suss out the strategy yourself!

The start of a new month means the construction of the next What Really Wins Money newsletter, so I thought I’d give you a glimpse into the types of topics I cover in September’s newsletter. With the US Open tennis finalising, I thought I would take a look at tennis-related betting products. One in particular caught […]

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Profit by laying the shortest odds in the biggest field…

Profit by laying the shortest odds in the biggest field…

I hope you enjoyed my Mayweather vs McGregor ideas in last week’s eletter. I am pleased to report that a few of the angles profited well. A little more profitable than the Past Winner trends, which are odds-based. On occasion I was only a point or so shy of the winner (i.e. a 5/1 horse […]

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How to profit from the fight of the decade…

No, my girlfriend is not going to bash me with her handbag after finding my collection of Rachel Riley from Countdown memorabilia, I am of course talking about Mayweather vs McGregor. The betting markets are rife with opportunities and are totally one-sided. The professional boxer Mayweather is expected to beat the UFC fighter McGregor, and […]

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How to exploit overreactions in the football markets

How to exploit overreactions in the football markets

It’s all kicking off… The weekends are getting busier and busier as more elite leagues begin their new seasons. We pretty much see a full complement of elite leagues this weekend. The Spanish, Italians and Germans all come aboard to join the English, Scottish, Austrian, Belgian, Dutch, Greek, Portuguese and all countries in between! If […]

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Use this betting research template in the new football season

The one major piece of sports betting news today is, of course, the return of the English Premiership as Arsenal takes on Leicester tonight. Saturday and Sunday sees the rest of the Premier League teams kick off. Do you currently bet on football? Or, indeed, in the age of betting exchanges, do you currently trade […]

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What a wash out at Goodwood!

What a wash out at Goodwood!

My Market Movers concept began well on Twitter @whatreallywins for Goodwood and Galway, with a nice 20/1 winner on the first day. On the second day, we hit a biggie with El Astronaute paying out a total of just over 50/1, when accounting for the 10/1 pay-out for just placing! The third day was very tough […]

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Is 11 August in your diary?

I was just getting warmed up last week when I ran out of Market Mover races to tweet to you. A 15/1 Betfair SP winner and a 10/1 nose-second were the highlights last week. I am convinced these Market Mover strategies work in better qualifying races. I’ll put forward an article for August’s edition of […]

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Profit from the posh races!

Where’s my fancy suit and clean underwear? Have you seen the race cards tomorrow? Listed races and group races at Newmarket, Ascot, Chester, York and the Curragh. I’d better take my bi-yearly shower, find a crisp suit and iron my undercrackers. Got to look your best for a Saturday of horse racing royalty! As I […]

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Who should you back at Wimbledon?

I hope you enjoyed the intermittent ‘Market Movers’ coverage for Royal Ascot at my Twitter page @whatreallywins. I hope it advertised the fact that when there is high-class racing, the betting markets become much more ‘readable’ and accurate, because there is so much liquidity in the markets (compared with, say, a wet Tuesday at Cartmel). The […]

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Some free Flat racing ideas on me…

Some free Flat racing ideas on me…

Welcome to the Turf Flat season. The double-’ard, built-like-brick-out-houses Jumps horses make way for the cosseted speed balls. No jumping here, thank you! Here’s a great starting point for you in the generation of betting ideas for the Turf Flat season. At  https://www.flatstats.co.uk/free-horse-racing-systems.html there are three profitable betting strategies for you to get involved in straight […]

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40+ runner handicap chase? Piece of cake!

It’s Aintree Grand National weekend! The weekend where my brothers and sisters send me an email or Facebook Messenger message: ‘Got any tips, Clive?’ ‘Yes’, I reply. ‘Don’t eat yellow snow!’ I hate to spoil the party but this is a 4-mile 2-furlong, 40-runner handicap chase. And you want me to pick the winner!? The […]

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