I think many players would like to be more bold with their money -
they would like to make the occasional big scores - but deep down they
don't really want to take the risks that are required for that kind of
I think the truth is not what people think: Most
players are not "gamblers" - in fact they are very conservative and
would love to find a method that cut risks and provided a steady diet of
cashed tickets. If that describes you - Tote Board Gold
is your method.
Tote Board Gold
is not flashy - the payoffs are relatively low - it's a
place-betting method, so many will "pooh-pooh" it right from the start.
And - if you'd allow me to make a betting line - I'd say it's around 7/5
that more than half of you will never use this method at all.
The truth is that this method could make you a decent income for the rest of
your life doing nothing but betting the horses in this way.
I almost didn't publish Tote Board Gold
because I value it so highly.
I've often thought of it as my "retirement method" - an approach that
requires only a modicum of mental sharpness, and one that I could always
use - anywhere, anytime - even after I'm old and mentally decrepit
(okay, okay - so I should be using it already!)
I've mentioned in other writings that I don't think much of
handicapping writers who speak of "investing" at the track
- but - Tote Board Gold is going to provide
you with an investment-grade method.