In greyhound racing there are many variables that decide a race, such as; does the greyhound run on the going, or where is the animal placed by the bookmakers in the betting forecast, or how good is the trainer, where did the dog finish in its last few races, what weight is the greyhound set to carry, how many days is it since the greyhound last ran a race etc, etc.
All these variables actually make it easier to pick the greyhound in a race most likely to win, because there are always outstanding animals that are primed to win – but if you are like most amateur punters (or gamblers), this mass of data means you can’t see the wood for the trees. All these variables and uncertainties are what stop people from betting on greyhounds. And that’s a BIG mistake.
If you’re like me, you haven’t got the inclination or the time to wade through reams and reams of form data! Most gamblers wouldn’t know what all the data means anyway. So, what if you know nothing about greyhound racing or form, or don’t have the time to spend hours deciding which greyhounds to select for the day? Is there a simpler, more consistent method to identify winners?
Well – Yes there is! I developed it, and it’s called The Two Trap Greyhound System.