Laying Systems

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by superknudsen » Fri Apr 02, 2010 3:08 pm


Any one here that knows a good laying system, so I can try it.

There are a lot of commercials, but some are very expensive:


by corner123 » Fri Apr 02, 2010 3:27 pm

There are plenty of laying systems out there, just like there are plenty of betting systems. The laying ones look more attractive because instead of having to pick the one horse that wins, you are trying to pick any of the ones that don’t. It isn’t as simple as that. With any betting system, for it to work long term you need to pick odds which are good value, and that applies just as much to lay bets as to back bets. If you do not find value lays you will lose money long term.

I do not know of any system that does what you are looking for reliably. Most of them will boast success for longish periods and then have their winnings wiped out by one large loss. That is the nature of the thing, and it makes them very seductive and very dangerous.

Just my opinion.

by hudders » Fri Apr 02, 2010 3:41 pm

superknudsen wrote:Hi

Any one here that knows a good laying system, so I can try it.

There are a lot of commercials, but some are very expensive:


Avoid anyone who claims that if you lay a 50/1 shot everyday that in a short term you’ll be a millionaire.

I don’t personally know of anyone selling that is a proven winner over time.

by Darren » Fri Apr 02, 2010 8:51 pm

At the end of the day why would someone who had a golden goose on their hands let someone else in on the secret? Of course there are some systems and strategies that have their merits and often the best way forward is a hybrid based on what your own circumstances and goals are. The problem lies in sorting the good foundations from the bad.

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