In Betting School I’ll teach you the tools you need to become a betting expert. There are no quick fixes, winning at gambling like most jobs takes hard work, loads of research, and form study. There are however plenty of ways to approach the task that give you every chance of being successful, and without giving away too many of my own angles, I’ll show you how to go about getting your own.


Betting Exchange Beginners Guide – Back and Lay Betting Explained

If you like betting on sports you should have a betting exchange account. For anyone who finds them intimidating, then this guide should help explain everything you need to know.


Sectional Times and their uses in Horse Racing Analysis

I take a look at the many ways we can use sectional timing, to advance our analysis of horse racing.


Betting Bank and Bankroll Mangement

It is possible to have an edge on every bet you place but still lose money if your Betting Bank and Bankroll Management principles are flawed.


Staking Plans – Why Kelly Criterion is better than Level Stakes

In this article I’m going to talk about the different types of staking plans you can use in your quest for gambling profits. A book would be needed to cover every staking plan in detail so I’ll summarize the best I can.


Betting Discipline – Fun bets and the inevitable Losing Runs

Betting Discipline is vital if you want to beat the bookies or stay ahead of your fellow exchange players.


Finding an Edge in Sports Betting

Finding an Edge in Sports Betting is the first in a series of articles I will be writing about the tools needed to be a successful gambler. Finding an Edge or an Angle you can exploit is of vital importance. I discuss possible ways to go about it.


If you found this article interesting, please share a link to it, via the social media buttons, your own blog, or forums.

Last updated by at .