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5 ways beginners can instantly maximize profit

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5 ways beginners can instantly maximize profit

1.Use Bonus Bets. Most bookies offer generous sign up bonuses, most now days give you more than 100% of your deposit in bonus. The trick is to turn it over quickly. Alltheform.com generate high quality ratings (I receive no compensation for this promotion) using their top rated runner it is quite easy to turn that bonus into real cash. Here is a few of the best bonuses

-Crownbet $50 into $200 plus $50 no deposit 
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Madbookie $50 into $200
Luxbet $100 into $300

2. Speedmaps. Most form guides now come with speed maps, both punters.com.au and racingandsports.com.au have them for free. Speed maps tell you how a race is going to be run, if you are on a back marker you need to know there’s going to be enough pace in the race. If your horse is drawn out wide you need to know if he has enough pace to get across the pace of the horses drawn inside of it.

3. The Market. Most bookies now days show you the price fluctuations of runners. The more a horse is backed the shorter the price gets. A betting drift can tell you something has gone awry. Lanken Rupee for example drifted heavily on Saturday before running a disappointing fourth.

4. Lower your volume. For most punters betting on every race is a sure fire way to lose your bank. Go through the form and find your best bets, bet on these races and these races only. Getting your strike rate up early on will help protect your betting bank.

5. Blackbook. See a horse flashing home or maybe one that got a rough run but stuck on courageously? Black book them for their next start. A Black book is a service where you enter a horse’s name and you are notified usually through email or text to when they run next start. punters.com.au and racenet.com.au aswell as a few bookmakers have free blackbook services.

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