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Now You Can Go Beyond "Dutching" And Make A
If you could pick ONE single WINNER in EVERY race you could become a millionaire overnight!.
However, if you're honest, you will have to admit that you're fortunate to be able to pick ONE single WINNER in 1 out of 4 races, or 25% of the time.
Perhaps you know winner will be one of your 4 final contenders - but which one?
If you're like most people, it's difficult to separate 2, 3, or 4 horses that you think have equal chances of winning. This dilemma leaves you with three alternatives;
- Don't bet on the race.
- Narrow your selection to just one horse, and hope the one you left out doesn't win.
- Bet all your contenders.
Multi-Bet Wagering Strategy
The idea behind the Multi-Bet Wagering strategy is fairly simple. Throw out all the horses in a race that you are sure will NOT win, then bet all the remaining horses to win.
If you are correct, you win the bet! But the question remains, is it possible to bet 2, 3, 4 or more horses in a race and still make a profit? The answer is often, "Yes!" Especially if you use the Multi-Bet Wagering System.
Before I discuss what is so unique about the Multi-Bet Wagering System I would like to briefly discuss "Dutching".
As you will see, Multi-Bet goes BEYOND dutching, but for those who are not familiar with dutching, here is a brief explanation. Dutching simply means betting more than one horse to win the race. What makes dutching work is the concept of "proportional betting" where we place bigger bets on our selections with lower odds and smaller bets on those with higher odds. The idea is to have each of the bets pay the same amount regardless of which horse wins. Here is a simple example.
Minimum Bet = $2; Bet Cost = $19; Odds 3/1, 4/1, 6/1, 12/1
Profit = $10 ; R.O.I. = 49%
In the above example, by betting up to 4 horses we are able to make an nice profit (49%) on our selections. Keep in mind, we are betting 4 horses!
However, this may not be true in every race. If we simply place a bet on each entry, depending on the odds of the winner, we may or may not make a profit. After all, there is no point in cashing a winning ticket if it doesn't pay for the rest of the bet! Multi-Bet will "Dutch" your bets for you automatically, but Multi-Bet goes BEYOND DUTCHING.
Hedging To Win
Dutching still does not solve the problem of betting too many horses to make a profit. For example let's suppose we have 4 selections.
Minimum Bet = $2; Odds 3/2, 4/1, 6/1, 12/1
Bet Cost = $50; Profit = $11; R.O.I. = 22%
As you can see, in this case if we Dutch our 4 selections we show only a small profit. Betting 4 horses and earning 22% on our investment is not bad, but not worth the bet if we lose. (which is rare with Multi-Bet!)
One of the downfalls of dutching multiple horses is our low-priced selections require a larger bet to produce the required profit.
One of the most powerful features of Multi-Bet is its ability to "Hedge" bets. Hedging is a modified Dutch where you put just enough money on one or two selections to cover the COST of your bet.
In other words, if the Hedged entry wins, the bet breaks even. (You get all your money back for ALL the bets) While we make no money on the bet, we don't lose any money if one of our Hedged selections wins. Hedging acts as insurance. It keeps the cost down while insuring we don't get beat by the likely favorite, or if you prefer, a couple of longshots.
Let's go back to our example. When we dutched all 4 horses most of our money was on the 3/2 favorite. Suppose we Hedge the 3/2 favorite. Take a look at what happens to our profit!
Minimum Bet = $2; Odds 3/2, 4/1, 6/1, 12/1; Hedge 3/2
Bet Cost = $50; Profit = $21; R.O.I. = 43%
As you can see we DOUBLED our profit from the previous example without any additional risk.
We can also set Multi-Bet to earn a "Desired Profit". In the above examples we set the program to calculate the amount of money we wanted to bet or our "Bet Cost".
Let's try an example where we want to make a Desired Profit. Also, let's see how you can use the Hedging feature to include any number of horses in the race that you are willing to break even on.
For example. You like the #3 going off at 2/1, #4 going off at 6/1, #5 going off at 12/1 and the #7 going off at 8/1. However, you think the 2/1 favorite is vulnerable but you don't want to lose the race.
Just Hedge the favorite with a few dollars and you are guaranteed that if the #4, #5, or #7 win you make your Desired Profit. If the favorite wins you get back your money for the bet or break even. It doesn't get any better than THAT!.
This bet would return an ROI of 100%. That's right! If you bet $25 you get back $25 PROFIT or break even
Minimum Bet = $2; Odds 2/1, 6/1, 12/1, 8/1; Hedge 2/1
Bet = $25; Desired Profit = $25; R.O.I. = 100%
Imagine, you have 4 horses in the race with 3 ways to win and 1 way to break even! As you can see, it's hard NOT to make money using Multi-Bet.
How about this. You think the 9/5 favorite is unbeatable but if it loses will probably be the #6 going off at 3/1. You can Dutch them and bet them both. Here is what it will look like.
Minimum Bet = $2; Odds 9/5, 3/1; Bet = $77
Desired Profit = $50; R.O.I. = 65%
Not bad for two horses. You bet $77 and make $50 or 65% R.O.I. But let's try something else. Assuming we think the 9/5 is a standout and we only want to protect ourselves from the 3/1 (as insurance) why not just Hedge the 3/1? This allows you to make a 110% ROI on the race by betting the favorite and Hedging the 3/1.
Minimum Bet = $2; Odds 9/5, 3-1; Hedge 3/1; Bet = $45 - Desired Profit = $50; R.O.I. = 110%
Here is one more. Suppose you have 3 contenders. You are confident that one of them will win. You could Dutch them all or maybe Hedge the low odds favorite. But why not do what the smart players do and just bet the high odds horse.
You may not win as many races but in most cases you will at least break even if your other selections come in. The advantage of this type of betting is that your bets cost a lot less while returning a HUGE R.O.I. For example:
Minimum Bet = $2; Odds 2/1, 3/1, 10/1; Hedge 2/1 & 3/1
Bet = $14; Desired Profit = $50; R.O.I. = 358%
By Hedging the 2/1 and 3/1 you can make a 358% profit on this race. Just betting your highest odds contenders in your top 3 or 4 and hedging the rest you can make BIG money using Multi-Bet. This takes more patience but your bets are smaller and your profits are larger. It also allows you to set a larger Desired Profit goal. In the above example you could make $100 on a $28 wager with VERY LITTLE RISK!
What about losses? If you have an occasional loss with Multi-Bet you can add the loss to your next Desired Profit bet. For example, if you lose the above race you could add the $14 loss to your next Desired Profit and go after a $64 Desired Profit.
When I have an occasional loss I usually divide my loss by 3 and add it to my next 3 bets. Using the above example my Desired Profit for the next 3 bets would be around $55 instead of $50. I am only adding $5 to my next three bets.This way I get all my losses back slowly but with no stress. As you can see with Multi-Bet you can:
Bet MORE horses.
Make MORE profit.
Lose a LOT LESS races.
The power of Multi-Bet is that it protects your bankroll. Your bankroll will not show large fluctuations (read - losses!) like it does betting only one, or even two horses per race.
Now you can say good-by to those dreaded losing streaks. With Multi-Bet most of the time you will either win the race or break even. Multi-Bet is a lot easier on your wallet and a lot less stressful on your nerves. Horse racing now becomes a FUN way to make money.
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