Answer to Question 04-01-2022

question about greyhound racing

In reply to this question, yes I will also definetely look at the tipster tips.

When I choose a lay bet, I first look at the dogs with the lowest points. Looking at the image below this would be Trap 1, Trap 3, Trap 4.

Another criteria is that I do not lay dogs with more than 15 points.

Make sure that your selected lay bet is not picked by any tipster to finish in the first three places.

So this leaves us with Trap 1 and Trap 3 as our selected lay bets.

I now choose to lay dogs between the odds of 2.0 and 12.0 it was different before, but this is what works best for me.

If you are using BetBotPro (BBP) make sure your settings only allow you to place 1 bet per race. (example below)

5 thoughts on “Answer to Question 04-01-2022”

  1. Hi Chris, May I ask for your views on staking fixed amount (e.g. £2) versus fixed percentage (e.g. 1% of the bank) when backing and laying dogs? I am slightly inclined to fixed percentage but want to ask for your insights and experience. Many thanks!

    1. The safest staking method would be fixed staking. But, percentage of bank, gives a higher long term profit but with a higher risk of losing more.

  2. Thanks mate that’s helpful. Would you suggest the best time to start backing? Terrible strike rate with backing highlighted selection on 16 and 17 Jan. 17 Losses before the first win after 12pm and hitting my stop loss point :S

    1. Hello, It seems again that this afternoon’s tips again were more successful than the mornings. So it seems at the moment the afternoon tis are better. However, you can never acurately predict it. If the Racing Post, Sporting Life, Betfair are all tipping a dog to win and we give it maximum points, you would expect it to win, but of course it doesn’t work out like that. Have you checked out the Aussie dogs?, tips are quite accurate with them.

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