If every bookie does this you can make a profit very easy.
This article was posted on August 23, 2005
Now some people in the know have been doing this for years even before all of the online bookmakers but with the internet exploding risk free betting has been made available to you and others.
Horse Racing Betting, The Risk Free Way
by: Rob Mellor
Yes that’s right, Risk Free!
The idea is that you place the right amount of money at the right prices so that no matter what horse wins the race, you make a profit.
Because of the competition between bookmakers and now the rise of Betfair there prices are all over the place. One horse can be 4/1 with one bookmaker and 7/1 with another.
You can learn more about this amazing horse racing system now and start profiting for yourself.
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. There are calculators and software to help you and take most of the work out of doing it.
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Every bookmaker is trying to get customers by giving away free bets, the best prices etc. It’s more like trading as you are betting on more than one horse in a race even all of them.
I know it sounds a bit complicated but there is a new horse racing system that makes it easy and dead simple to use. They do this by making a couple of horses in a race better priced and then advertising it. You may or may not of heard of all this talk about been a change to horse racing betting where you can bet on horse races risk free.
Rob Mellor is making a living using his horse racing betting system and you can join him going to his site www.risk-free-betting-secret.com to learn more about risk free betting.
Sounds hard doesn’t it?
I hear you saying how can I make money betting on every horse in the race?
Now this isn’t some bogus system that gives you one horse that is guaranteed to win, it isn’t even like normal gambling
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