Betting

What have we got in store for you?

Another year, another festival. Today marks the end of another Cheltenham festival and it’s been a tough puzzle to solve. Do make sure you visit my twitter @whatreallywins today  as I check the market and give you the stats that matter. I’ve actually had some luck with other-than-Cheltenham meetings this week, bagging some decent winners and […]...

Kill the bookies with these killer stats

Kill the bookies with these killer stats

  The Cheltenham Festival will be upon us from Tuesday until Friday 14 March (my birthday, all presents – gold bullion, fast cars, and Kelly Brook’s mobile number – all greatly accepted at What Really Wins Money Towers) and here’s an extended eletter with the killer stats for the key races at the festival. The […]...

Each-way-tastic!

Each-way-tastic!

Well, what a fine three days it’s been for my ‘each way probability’ selections – which I share with What Really Wins Money subscribers at their section of the www.whatreallywinsmoney.co.uk website. Tuesday’s 11.5 odds winner was followed up by Wednesday’s 16.5 and 4.32 winners – as well as some good placed horses (remember we are […]...

A rare old weekend

A rare old weekend

  Have you ever had that kind of weekend: you know, the kind of weekend where everything flowed – every lay bet you placed lost and every back bet you placed won with ease. Things were going so great last weekend, I felt sure Kelly Brook would rush through my front door and declare her […]...

A look ahead to this summer’s World Cup

  Welcome to the England misery fest! With only 41 days to go to the World Cup, I think it’s a good time to get to know the early match schedule, the groups and the initial betting markets that we have at our disposal. And now would be a fine time to sniff out that […]...

The secret to getting an evens return from 3 short-priced selections…

  It’s all gone Ronnie Corbett! ‘My producer…’ No, this isn’t going to be a long convoluted ‘joke’ in the style of the Scottish comedic genius… I am referring, rather, to his size. Now I am a fully paid-up member of the short-a*s* club so I mean no disrespect. This eletter is simply about shorties! […]...

What to expect from this month’s WRWM…

April’s edition of What Really Wins Money will be winging its way to readers with the speed and accuracy of a Henrik Stensen drive on a Par 5 at Augusta. This month sees Lucy Collins put the finishing touches to her excellent introduction to the art of betting: the ‘Seven Pillars to Betting Success’. In […]...

A fair old week of WRWM tipping!

  Burnt Fingers! I know the feeling, having been at this punting malarkey for a good few years! But Burnt Fingers can be good! As part of What Really Wins Money, I provide free tips over a range of betting systems, which readers can follow at www.whatreallywinsmoney.co.uk. One such system is based around each-way betting, […]...

Betting secrets revealed – how niche betting is a powerful tactic

Did you See The Stars? No, I haven’t been invited to the relaunch of Irish Super Group Bewitched, I am of course referring to a quite superb Arc de Triumph of Sea The Stars, even more impressive because the horse was carrying a lot of over weight (Mick Kinane’s eyebrows!) It brought a smile to […]...

Profit from the new golf season

Profit from the new golf season

The new golf season is upon us as the stars head out to the Middle East. Golf is a sport I am keen to tackle, both as a hobby and as a betting medium. FORE! I’ve been tracking a couple of golf tipsters and think personally that we if aim for low risk consistent pay-outs, […]...

How I profited from the Australian Open

How I profited from the Australian Open

New balls, please! No, my girlfriend hasn’t kicked me in the particulars after discovering my tasteful, signed Kelly Brook photo; I am of course referring to the Australian Open, which I alluded to in last week’s eletter. There have been a smattering of good trades during the tournament; the most recent of which was 1.14-shot […]...

Mozan’s Racing Numerology Tipping Service Review

The Steve Davidson publishing house is well regarded by us and by bettors the world over. Steve’s products are almost always worth a look and his approach to horse racing is often slightly different and novel – and therefore always merits our interest. Steve is a no-nonsense type, always totally hype-free. But this recent product […]...

Attack of the killer sheep

I stand here before you (well, sit actually) an injured soul… There was I, trundling off to the shops on my scooter to get the 12 crates of iced coffee which would see me through my marathon DRT football research for this weekend, when all of a sudden, a sheep and a couple of his […]...

Profit from tennis players’ troubles

Profit from tennis players’ troubles

The Australian Open will be upon us on 13 January and this affords me a great opportunity to re-unite you with ‘DRT for tennis’. The time difference means that it is perhaps impractical on this occasion to use this strategy, unless you are a night owl or an early bird – but it’s something you […]...

They’re all at it… Cracking Cheltenham that is!

I’ve just put the finishing touches to February’s edition of What Really Wins Money, which is traditionally the Cheltenham edition – and there are loads of angles for readers to investigate in good time for March’s extravaganza. Andrew David (he of the Little Acorns and Legacy and Saver systems) takes us through all of the […]...