The UK49s have been named the hottest betting team this year. Why? Well, they have an all time high in the horse racing betting industry. It was not surprising to see that when I did a survey of sports books and punters to name my top betting teams.
So, what makes the UK49s teatime results inclusive of the most recent results? I have the answer to that too. I use the TAB (the team index card) to track all the events. For each event, I either use the public betting odds or I estimate the odds based on previous form. In the last two articles I covered how I arrive at my odds estimates for the past year and last year’s events.
The uk 49ers odds have been slightly reduced from my previous calls. The reasons I am using the TAB instead of the official odds is that it gives me a better view of what is happening in terms of the probability of winning if I use the hot numbers for the bets I conduct. Of course, the cold hard facts are still there and I am just using them to evaluate performance. The cold numbers that come with the TAB give me a different perspective on what is happening with the horses.
That is why the uk 49ers odds have not been changed at all. I have had to accept that change because I have a much more thorough way of evaluating performance now that I am drawing on the TAB. In fact, the other factors I use to evaluate performance are also incorporated into the odds. So, I am not even having to make a separate calculation for the draw of the 1 ball.
The latest results tell me that the race for the lead was won by a runner who went out early in the stretch. This means that I can ignore the reports about a horse winning after lunch, since the odds already told me that he passed and so that doesn’t count. Now, let us focus on the runners who didn’t show. Here is where I am more subjective in my evaluation. I evaluate the runners based on the latest results and then evaluate them on their track record. So, I don’t look at the lunchtime stats.
I want to know whether the runner who won the race for the first place last night passed when he came in to compete for the lead in the next race. I don’t care about the daily basis statistics that you mention. All that matters to me is that a runner who wins is someone who I will take a chance on, and someone who run a good race any day of the week. I don’t really care what the daily basis statistics say, if that person puts together a good enough schedule to win on a consistent basis then that is who I will back at the end of the week.