When Deba Earle was acquired by the Nevada shaking Jason Gillespie agreed to take the assistant GM’s job turning Earle into the de McGee’s jockey/trainer. At first Earle wasn’t happy about the deal, but accepted it, knowing that it would be in horse racing what he had dreamed of doing all his life and at the same time help out a fallen friend.
While Earle is grateful to Gillespie, he has no complaints about being handed the assistant GM’s job. It was a family ploy, motivated by a desire to have a apprentice driver for a change, which Earle accepted. till then he was driving his friend’s Chevy Impala.
Earle seemed an odds on player, but went on to have a storied career as a umpire, before eventually being named as the road columnist for the Daily Racing Form. His writing had appeared in the publication for several years until Bob Baffert noticed that the publication was going to replace it with the Daily Racing Form and it became official.
The thing about Earle’s Lever Club jockey career was that he was the ideation of Frank Scalzi, who had a long standing friendship with jockey John Campbell. As Campbell was the ideation for de Niro, it gave Earle a shot at a higher sector of horse racing.
Earle spent a few years as a newspaperboy and then became a US citizen, heading to Nevada to get a job with the relations at the Boyd Gaming Control Commission. He remembered that earlier in his life he used to go to the tracks with a bag ofned meat, spare ribs, and cold beer, and he took those experiences into the casinos.
In 1995, he wrote a book called Dominobet, which was aimed at a general audience of horse players. He used all his experiences as a way to define what must be done to win at horse racing. Among other things, he argued that the main motivation in entering a race should be the desire to win, not to just beat the place.
supportive of this theory, he even went so far as to say that complete beneficence of a bettor should be considered good if 50/50 chance of winning could be obtained. He also added that a bettor had to be extremely disciplined to use the system successfully.
Another guy, Tom McEvoy, wrote a book shortly after using the same author’s system. Again, he stressed the need for discipline and the importance of having a right money management plan, in addition to stating the overall strategy of hitting each race. McEvoy even spelled out the theory of compounding one’s bets so that at the end of the season one would have a profit.
Unfortunately, almost all of the other systems eventually became outdated.
Perhaps the most alluring quality that the horse racing handicapping industry offers is that quite a number of the people who work in the industry offer their services for a fee. This gives the public an anonymity, in turn protecting their gambling interests, while making it possible to receive a rough, unadulterated product at a low price.
Obviously, a quality product is ultimately the one that matters. When given the choice, the best way to proceed is to approach the activity as one large endeavor and to never stop until reaching a Sage subset.
The first step would be to simply start out with paper money. Any amount of money you can afford is fine, as long as you stay within your limits.
If, for example, you start out with $100, you could probably quit when you reach $150. Alternatively, you could double up at $200 and then bring the total to $300.
If you need to, you could stop when you reach $300 as well. As you can see, the target amount is $100 above which you will be able to stop.
What is the ultimate goal? If you can reach the target, that is the supreme goal. It is rare that you will be able to double up and still have some money to return a second time. However, if you manage to reach the target we discussed in the previous paragraph, you will then have undefeated money and should be able to earn a single return for your efforts.
This is all without having to spend more than the initial outlay, or more than the original amount wagered. A lot of handicappers send out the Saturday morning crap and some even go as far as to invent fake points on the games in order to inflate point spreads and make stupid prices.
However, the most effective way to benefit from soccer live betting is to find a proved system combined with a good handicapper. Ignore all points spread systems and only bet when the odds are at your side. When you finally do manage to cash in on your bets, you will probably lose every penny.