At least until the release of my Pre-Race eBook in 2019, this was the best content I had produced. I felt that way when I finished writing it, and many readers felt the same way too.
I don’t mean I expected to win a Pulitzer Prize for it, I just mean in terms of actually helping people to quickly understand how to make some money from the In Play (In-Running) horse racing markets without doing a 4 year degree in rocket science followed by 2 years on the job training, and fifteen Betair bankrolls down the drain! (That’s the normal process by the way)
On top of that, I think this ebook is extremely good value for money. Not only because of how powerful the approach is, but because it actually contains three methods rather than just the one. I couldn’t really write about one without mentioning the others, they are all part of my overall plan of attack for in-play trading and they all go hand-in-hand really, especially when doing the shortlisting in the morning, or the evening before when I am a bit more organised! As one of the readers told me within a week of reading it, just a couple of winning trades, even with pretty small stakes, can easily return more than the cost of this product. It really is about the best ‘bang for buck’ you’re going to find.
This approach to racing trading is far and away the most profitable in my view, if we exclude pre-race trading which takes about 50 times as much practice and learning as this approach does. When I began trading horses in-running using the techniques explained in this product, I was truly blown away by the amount of profit which can be made in a matter of seconds, so long as you do your pre-trade selection process carefully. I have known quite a few racing traders who couldn’t get the knack of pre-race trading and instead just traded in-running and did very nicely with it, trading full time using this approach alone. The profit potential really is very high, especially when the method consumes such a small amount of time.
This eBook contains everything I do when trading In-Play, except for the odd toilet/coffee break, although I suppose I could have explained how to make a great latte. Start by freeze-chilling the milk… 🙂
Nothing is left out, and in fact there is far more included than I actually do on any average day, just to give readers the option to tune things to their requirements and progress faster if they wish. It all comes down to how much time you want to put in. Just using the first method described is more than enough to give you a good few trades each day (2-8 usually) and that can be a nice wage for a day’s ‘work’. Also, if you enjoy watching horses race, there can’t be many more enjoyable ways to earn your crust! You can use the Betfair live video feed which is free (when you have a position open in the market), although in time you will probably subscribe to Racing UK as I do, giving you better quality pictures and a nicer experience overall.
If you’re just looking for a fast but effective way to learn about In-Running trading, this will fit the bill very nicely. But if you want to go into a lot more detail and really get serious about your trading, testing and coming up with your own methods/variations etcetera, this ebook will give you a good kick start down that road as well.
The approach I describe should not be attempted using the Betfair website in your browser. Instant submission software is essential if you want a fighting chance in these furiously fast-paced and sometimes cut-throat in-play markets!
I have already published an article on the various options available to you for finding the best Betfair trading software for your particular needs.
This ebook is a total of 131 pages long and is jam-packed with useful and profitable content, stuff you can get to grips with and start implementing immediately, although I would recommend taking a bit of time to practice (especially if new to trading software). You also need to get yourself fully up to speed with the processes and data checks etcetera before taking the plunge with your hard-earned dosh. The easiest beginner mistakes are not actually ‘trading’ mistakes, but more likely ‘fat finger’ mis-clicks within your trading software, this is very easily done if you don’t get yourself fully comfortable and fluent with your software before trading on proper stakes.
I am extremely confident that anyone who wants to master the in-play racing markets will not find a better place to start than this. I hope it helps you hit the ground running (no pun intended!) and shows you how there is plenty of green to be had from these volatile but exciting markets.