Chris, I do place betting, but not each way.In your opinion what races would you recommend, handicaps or non handicaps and how many runners?There must be a system in there some where I can try. I like to bet a patent but I dont bet much and if I win £3 or £4 a day that does me, I know the bigger the field the more places they pay, but is that the best way? I hope this makes sense. kind regards, EricAnswer: Handicaps with fields of 10 or more are best and you will have to do some form study to narrow down the field.Multiple bets can give a good return for a small outlay but you will need a reasonably good strike rate.I have a few Betting Systems on this site at:Bandits Betting System Four Day Betting System Various Betting Systems https://betting.betfair.com/horse-racing/ also publishes Multiple Bets most daysHope this helpsregardsChris
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