Re: ugly rumours--TG
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Posted by Alydar in California on February 27, 2001 at 18:21:59:
In Reply to: Re: ugly rumours--TG posted by Tired of this BS on February 27, 2001 at 14:53:19:
: Don't you people get tired of beating on RAgozin? Anyone who has used both products and won big money with each-- as i have-- know they are both excellent products. I do not for a minute believe that these "rumors" were started by anyone at Ragozin's office. If anything, they are a bit too smug with regards to their product versus TG's.
: Isn't the point of this board to talk about handicapping and how to win using TG sheets? Jerry why don't you post some races. i have 3 suggestions.. the 3rd from the FG's on Feb 4th-- a $70+ winner that was a dead Tg play, the 6th from Sa on Feb 22nd-- a $100 plus winner, also a Dead TG play.. and Finally, the 5th from Sa Feb 24th.. a 55-1 shot ran third with the most logical winner on top and a very usable 2nd place finisher keying a $2600 tri. BTW, I'd be willing to bet the 3rd finisher, Bragain Table ran the fastest # considering all the ground he lost.
: All three of these races are great examples of horses with forging lines running against a bunch of horses with great likelihood to bounce. These were my 3 best scores of the month with TG. I have others as lucrative with Ragozin Sheets. Which tells me 2 things--
: 1. The products are both powerful edges against the rest of the handicapping public
: 2. It's more about reading the pattern than about the actual #
Reading the pattern of what?
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