Playing Horse - Three Basic Online Horse Racing Betting Systems To Start With

Learning how to play horse betting can be difficult and time consuming especially if you have no money to start with. I managed to learn how to make money by betting on horse racing and I can share this strategy with you today. Let’s look at the three systems I learned how to use and how they work.

  1. Back any Horse To Win

Before you start betting on poker88, you need to start betting on horses that the bookmakers will treat fairly. You can do this in a couple of ways, you can either back the horse to win or you can back the horse to place (which means you want the horse to finish in the first three positions).

I recommend using the latter option as it is the safest. If you have backed a horse to win, you will have to pay out if the horse wins, but if you placed a bet on a horse to place, you will not. The system I learned earlier holds true for almost all horses, but with exception of special horses likeFalse Favorites. Please note, that I say special horses like false Favorites.

The advantage of betting on horses to place is that you get to choose your own horses. The disadvantage is that the price is a lot higher. For example, a price of £30 to back a horse to place against the odds of 7/4, that is if the horse does not win. When you back a horse to place, you are hoping the price will be reflected in the positions of the horses after the race.

The rule of thumb for placing bets on horse races with place betting is, the higher the odds, the lower the price. Of course, this is not always going to be true, especially with favourites, but you should find a horse with the odds of your choosing to get the best value.

  1. Back Any Horse To Win

If you’re not sure who to back, you can use the favourite system. This admittingly is very simple and looks like a horse betting system, but it is not. What it really is, is a system for backing any horse to win a race. This is a very risky system because you are placing a bet on a horse, but with the betting exchange the odds are fixed and you will always find a price.

The system only works if the price is the same for every horse. This is because if you had £10 on every horse, you would have to pay out £10,000 to bet on them all (because of the way the betting exchange works). That isn’t too difficult if you have a small betting bank. But, what if you want a horse to win? Then again, you could use the backing system and hope that you have made the right selection.

  1. Back Your Own Money

If you want to win at this game, you are going to have to back yourself. If you want to win at this game, you are going to have to either bet with someone else’s money, or write your own money into the system.

As I have said, I don’t mind using the Betfair betting system to profit from horse racing. However, I do like to place my own bets on horse racing markets and that is exactly what I will be doing now. First, though, I would like to buy a few systems off the internet (Be sure to check out the link at the bottom of this article for a list of systems I have used). I am definitely going to try out this horse racing system that seems to be working really well for other people.

So, when is it a good time to bet against the selection? What I mean is, is it a good time to place a back bet against the selection, or bet for the horse to win?

Well, just about any horse race is a good time to back an outsider to win. The odds will be very heavily stacked against the horse, as there will be more than likely be a large percentage of horses winning the race. It is also a good time to bet for a horse to lose, as the odds will be heavily against the horse. These are just general concepts you can apply to any horse race. The OP’s system is specifically looking for selections in certain distance races, which are usually handicap races, because the handicap brackets are more closely packed, therefore there are more losers. Of course, there are other ideas that you can work with, such as laying horses to lose. However, system betting is by no means limited to horse racing. In fact, you can apply the concepts to just about any sporting event.

To conclude, there are a number of systems available on the internet for horse racing, dog racing, football, golf, hockey, tennis, snooker and many other sports.