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Re: (892 Views)
Posted by: Marc Kramer (IP Logged)
Date: March 03, 2002 09:50AM

You are absolutely right; it is all about patience and discipline based on emperical evidence that leads to positive ROI. It's more than 1/2 the game. I must say that my discipline and patience is tested often, especially when I go 4-6 weeks without a play. And keeping those damn emotions out of it is a constant struggle. I play based on often-repeatable patterns that work for me.

The OX pattern, a pattern of public knowledge, is not as strong a pattern compared to the other 5-7 that show me better results. In terms of Freedom Crest, I fortunately did not play because the 9-1 was not enough value for a hard-reading OX line; obviously the 39-1 score in the Goodwin was a better play that my discipline based on my experience told me to pass.

The odds made the Big Cap unplayable for me. Discipline and patience based on emperical evidence (and using T-Graph in my case) is the way to go.

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The Big Cap (1382 Views) bdhsheets 03/02/2002 04:59AM
Re: Solid Handicapping=$$? (874 Views) Mall 03/02/2002 10:50AM
Re: (866 Views) Marc Kramer 03/02/2002 11:57AM
Re: Aha! Gd dope only 1/2 battle. (866 Views) Mall 03/02/2002 09:49PM
Re: (892 Views) Marc Kramer 03/03/2002 09:50AM

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