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1 Old ramblings of a silly fool on Sun May 14, 2017 4:39 pm

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Can you earn money in Gambling

Well that is the question on many peoples minds, betting is simply nothing more than a test of ones psychological weakness, constantly chasing losses and out of this world decision making.

Anyone who wants to make a success of gambling needs to simply remove dreams of sports cars huge giant mansions and champagne lunches out of their minds, you think one think i am going be a millionaire i am going have women on my arm driving the latest sports car and being James Bond with my million, if only it was that simple. 

You living in the punters dream.

The S.A.S approach is the way to do it approach it like you would a business, ruthless yet well thought, punters are so fast to blame losses on "the bookmaker" he made me do it he offered me these odds, no you done that yourself greed crept in the weakness i was talking about greed and that chance of thrill seeking you took the risk when was little need to take the risk.

You approach websites like Racecaller , Betfair any racing thread and you often hear "bent jockeys corrupt bookmakers" more so about the Irish on how you need "inside information" to make any type of money in this game but i know this is complete rubbish (excuse my language) 

Horse racing unlike football offers a challenge to the player it is for the intellectual for the real kings,you can not master this game it is a game when you think you got it then it just takes it all away from you with the click of its fingers, take Sean he is a successful businessman yet even he can not master it day in day out.

So can you earn money from horse racing yes you can can you earn thousands with small outlays yes you can 

Record keeping is the most important tool in a successful punters tool box, so if you not doing that get yourselves a book and pen i suggest black and red pens and mark down just what and when you doing it.

Keep to a simple staking plan similar to what the S.A.S do take today they not had a good day but i bet you they would not of even noticed it because they stuck to a basic plan over the months, if you changing your staking plan to catch up then you are never going to be a success in this game.

Bookmakers do not want your "savvy punter" make a mistake on purpose put them off the scent if you keep being "savvy" then you done for in this game it is game over when i say savvy i mean dirty playing grabbing the each way bets at the best prices day in day out stalking the Anti post for NR and pouncing this is going draw attention you just do not want let some stuff go turn a blind eye to it remember you going get money one way or a other you can afford to take it, in my day we could get away with it but all online now makes it so much easier for the bookmaker to keep a tab on you.

You hear people say had account closed so you take that they win alot of money, no it is not that i have had restrictions applied to certain accounts few years ago until i started playing the lord of the manor and sitting back accepting sometimes you got to lose to keep the thugs off your back, so never follow anyone who had account banned it just simply means they tricked the system did not play by the rules giving a fair chance it is cat and mouse.

No short cuts simply hard work do not come into the game and play if you not willing to put in the hard work, do not follow a tip and then think they doing it wrong unless you seeing their books, you taking a short cut in life and can not blame the tipster, these type of punters are to blame for the idea you can not make money in gambling because their attitude suggests this.

if you stick to hard work, not giving up when take a lost bet and keep a simple staking plan you CAN make money in the long run.

To Quote George Shaw " People who say it can't be done should not interrupt those who are doing it" S.A.S i for one give you that tag line my friends.

Just thought i try my hand at writing.

2 Re: Old ramblings of a silly fool on Sun May 14, 2017 6:17 pm

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spot on oldrum an do not worry bout postin in wrong threads etc post where ya like mate sometimes you just got to gamble for that rush that excitement knowing you risking your hard earned other day in the pub guy said to me hang on why you betting on such and such when you just told me to bet on this horse (which won) i said to him because i am simply bored and just want to pish money up the wall sometimes taking a losing day is what people need that wake up call that u just aint going get it all the time, minute you can control between losing + chasing then you going to be the best gambler in the world i can lose £200 in one day but next day i aint going be chasing that 200 i just pretend it did not exist and completely forget about it the day you stop chasing is the day you become a true winner in this game

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3 Re: Old ramblings of a silly fool on Sun May 14, 2017 6:25 pm

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Thomas Carlyle said it best "Popular opinion is the greatest lie in the world"

That is why people do not make money, because they follow popular opinion, take Arabian Queen my biggest achievement that i am proud of 100/1 all said no chance your mad doing that bet follow Golden Horn it can not be beaten well we all know it was and i was a richer happier girl. That is what makes you money in this game our way is the right way we shown that to everyone the past few months we do not do it for the love of horses we do it for the money and money comes money goes but we always going be able to say we earned off this game, it is not hard the only reason it becomes hard is like you say pure greed and want in life.

4 Re: Old ramblings of a silly fool on Sun May 14, 2017 6:30 pm

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Yup deffo is the bookmaker does not mind people like us because we keep it nice and simple sometimes we give him a payday like today next day he give it us back with the interest earned off the muggy punters you could define our type of punter has the silent partner of the bookmaker loool

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5 Re: Old ramblings of a silly fool on Sun May 14, 2017 6:32 pm

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But we need the so called "clever punter" if not for them the prices would not drift out on the type of horses we target so we should be thanking them if they was not pushing money into the sure bets we would not be seeing the drifts

6 Re: Old ramblings of a silly fool on Mon May 15, 2017 2:44 am

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Thought you might like this old rum :) so true this is many talk price dropping money going to it why i sat putting money onto the drifters the ones the bookie wants us to avoid putting money on

7 Re: Old ramblings of a silly fool on Mon May 15, 2017 2:59 am

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Just be leaving this here for anyone who says a 100/1 can never beat a sure unbeaten horse :lol::lol::lol::lol:

8 Re: Old ramblings of a silly fool on Mon May 15, 2017 2:04 pm

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9 Re: Old ramblings of a silly fool on Tue May 16, 2017 3:38 am

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the day you not afraid to lose is the day you become a winner it becomes a win win situation and that matters with anything in life it is a beautiful thing when you jus do not care

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10 Re: Old ramblings of a silly fool on Tue May 16, 2017 11:18 am

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Well that is what many have shown from here to many punters no doubt with the type of odds they go for, if you are not afraid of losing and take these risks they do pay off, take a look at that thread on here about if "do not want a risk" all short prices not one single winner then you compare it to nicker of the day, O.R.S and countless others in 3 days had what 66/1 2 33/1 and so on you show me who the fools are in this game lol

11 Re: Old ramblings of a silly fool on Wed May 17, 2017 12:49 am

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One of the greatest, would highly suggest everyone watches the film Sea biscuit it is inspiring and heartwarming funny in places sad in other parts

12 Re: Old ramblings of a silly fool on Wed May 17, 2017 2:36 am

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Great film Oldrum....May I suggest another its called Murphy's Stroke,its on youtube about a Cork man pulling a coup on the bookies....its from 1980 I think but its a good laugh,more about bookie bashing than horse racing so maybe our forum might like it :) :)

13 Re: Old ramblings of a silly fool on Tue May 23, 2017 10:28 pm

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Just read this thought might interest you three in this section 

A day after in-running 1.01 punters endured one of their most expensive days with the surprise defeat of Seyaady at Carlisle, their rival 999-1 backers were in clover when Captain Sharpe came from a mile back to land the Northumberland Day Handicap Chase at Hexham.
Jumping the last the Kenny Johnson-trained nine-year-old, who is circled in the picture above and named after the lead character in a military drama set during the Napoleonic Wars, was some 15 lengths off the pace under 3lb claimer Thomas Dowson.
With a furlong to run he still had a good ten lengths to make up but, while those in front tired, the hero of the piece engaged overdrive to swoop through for the unlikeliest of victories.
With less than half a furlong to run Captain Sharpe was still in third a good three lengths off the leader Lakefield Rebel, but by now those who had discarded betting slips in frustration on the home bend were frantically beginning the search for their lost treasure as it became apparent the 22-1 shot was going to get close. 
It was still hard to believe he would win until the dying strides, when he miraculously got to the long-time leader.
Captain Sharpe, like his literary namesake who was portrayed by Sean Bean in the popular television series, overcame all odds to triumph, eventually running out a length-and-three-quarter winner.
Trainer Henry Hogarth and jockey Jamie Hamilton, whose Lakefield Rebel was chinned on the line, received some consolation as they combined for a winner of their own in the Fentimans Botanically Brewed Beverages Novices' Handicap Chase an hour and a half later courtesy of 6-4 favourite Hattons Hill - the second leg of a double for Hamilton who was earlier victorious on Mark Walford's Cape Hideaway.

14 Re: Old ramblings of a silly fool on Wed May 24, 2017 2:45 am

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i keep forgettin bout this i found lot of stuff that been meaning post here.

Oldrum i watched that film countless times always have enjoyed that horse i often read up on the older horses and out them all that one made me smile the most got love the history behind that and Mike i have never really found the time to do in play racing but that is a good story goes to show one thing in life never underestimate anything hence why i am never ever put off a bet because it looks like it set to come last lol

Going hit the hay and watch this film Murphy's stroke that was mentioned just got it somethign to watch falling sleep too sounds like some type of porn film but i assure you it is not looool

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15 Re: Old ramblings of a silly fool on Wed May 24, 2017 3:04 am

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@Sean wrote:

Going hit the hay and watch this film Murphy's stroke that was mentioned just got it somethign to watch falling sleep too sounds like some type of porn film but i assure you it is not looool
Enjoy watching Murphy Stroke  :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

16 Re: Old ramblings of a silly fool on Thu May 25, 2017 9:55 pm

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17 Re: Old ramblings of a silly fool on Mon May 29, 2017 3:59 am

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i watched all these other day very interesting that Sea Biscuit film was sad to watch, and Murphy stroke is interesting, not a big fan of horse racing just the money which i always been honest about so if i ever found a way of earning easier money conning the fields and bookies i would not hesitate to do it so i do not blame them for trying to pull it off, if i am honest and had the chance i would do it 100%, which i know for the hardcore punter/race goer that would not please but you got remember it is about the cold hard cash for some not the race itself.

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