Knowing the best Greyhound betting systems can be your ticket to making a large sum of money without an excess of work that often accompanies other betting strategies for other games or casino gimmicks. In order to maximize the amount of money returned to you when betting on a Greyhound, there are several steps that you will need follow.
- The first thing to consider is research. No matter what system that you decide to use, you will need to know a little bit about the hound that you are placing your money on. A little research can go a long way in knowing who is going to be running for your money. No matter what the system is, you can never be sure that it will be foolproof. Sometimes a hound has an off race and other times a hound has been running much better than its average.
- Make sure that you have checked the stats. A hound needs to be at least 2:1 in order for it to be worth any risk. The higher you go (3:1, 5:1, etc) the more the return, but the higher the risk. And, the higher the risk, the less any system will pay out.
- There are two key systems to winning at Greyhound betting once all the research is done. The first is bet and raise. Bet on a single hound progressively going higher in amount until you hit a win. Once you hit a win, switch hounds and begin the process over again. However, the hound you bet on should have some recent history of victory for it to be worth it.
- The other main strategy is the exact opposite which is the bet and decrease. Bet on hounds until you lose. Then, switch to another hound with decent history. This has a lower rate of loss, but a lower quotient of cash flow as well.
Once you have a grasp on the basics, you are free to start betting. Make sure the odds are in your favor and it never hurts to do a little extra recon before placing any bet.
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