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Thanks for your interest….

Thanks to all respondents to my request for reviewers. I will be making contact with you today and over the weekend. If there is anyone else who’d like to be considered for reviewing systems and tipsters please get in touch at whatreallywins@yahoo.co.uk. Those of you...

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A shout out for reviewers

Here at WRWM Towers, we are on the look out for system and tipsters reviewers so if you fancy trialling and reviewing systems and tipsters for us, please get in touch!  My email is whatreallywins@yahoo.co.uk That over, there’s only one race on everyone’s mind this...

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More Grand National fun…

Here’s a couple of websites you can use in tandem to pick the winner of the Grand National The first website is https://www.thestatsdontlie.com/horse-racing/festivals/aintree/grand-national/ and the second trends website is...

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From Cheltenham to Aintree

Cheltenham is done and dusted and April 10th sees a small little race My Gran loved to bet on. It’s the Grand National. The best way to approach the race? Prayer Mat I would say. There are trends galore you can work at....

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Enjoyed your Cheltenham?

It’s not quite the same without the crowds is it, but the racing has been spectacular if a little favourite oriented. A couple of pointers. In the big field handicaps, get your betting head on. Go large! Large odds I mean. It seems to be the case that 16/1, 25/1,...

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Football Index goes into administration

Usually in the 2nd week of March, it’s the Cheltenham Festival which takes up the headlines in the mainstream media, at least from a gambling perspective. But no, www.footballindex.co.uk ‘s crash has grabbed all of the headlines. The ‘football stock market’ prices...

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All eyes on Cheltenham…

The Cheltenham Festival begins 16th March and is a disappointment already. The Festival usually covers my birthday on 13th March. I have written a strongly worded letter to the Cheltenham Racing Committee to make them aware of this small rick in scheduling in 2021....

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All eyes, well my eyes anyway, on Cheltenham

This week I have been mostly….reading all things Cheltenham. It’s newsletter week for me here at What Really Wins Money Towers, and the February edition of the newsletter has been traditionally devoted to the Cheltenham Festival, so if you wanted to trial WRWM, and...

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A taster from the Patriarch

This week I thought I’d share an article from the Patriarch from the What Really Wins Money vaults. Enjoy. This month, the Patriarch is in a giving mood. Six systems in one from his betting archives and just in time for the Flat Season. I know we are still in March...

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Very sad news here at WRWM Towers

This week was clouded by the news that one of our contributors to the What Really Wins Money newsletter passed away after a short illness. His name was Duncan McLeod, a Scot with a great passion for betting systems. He had a prodigious collection and raided said...

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The Long Bad Thursday

Not to be mixed up with the Long Good Friday starring the late Bob Hoskins who I am beginning to resemble. This week has mostly been spent dreading my annual visit to Thai immigration to get my visa.  The last time I went, it took 13 hours. Yesterday’s Long Bad...

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Welcome to 2021.

I hope you had an excellent Christmas and New Year celebrations. With lockdown biting in the UK, will horse racing and other sports continue to be played? It looks as if tennis will be continuing as normal with a series of tournaments preluding the Australian Open on...

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It’s Christmas………………( nearly)

2 weeks to go til Christmas Day. We have a bumper set of race meetings over the Christmas Period. I will be looking at the Boxing Day race meetings, at Wetherby, Wincanton, Kempton and Wolverhampton. The 27th December is highlighted by the Welsh Grand National meeting...

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A look at upcoming attractions

I have started to look at some of the marquee horse racing up and coming this December and hope to have a solid stats filled report for you in an upcoming eletter. Let’s see if we can avoid the Xmas Turkeys running over the Festive Period and hone in on those horses...

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The end of a football era…

It was a week which shook the footballing world. News that………..I won’t be able to play Sunday League Football for a while because of an ACL injury. I am writing this while waiting in line for news on whether my ACL and meniscus tears can be repaired. If not, I will...

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Thanks to Andrew…

Thanks to Andrew for his eletter last week. I am now out of the 14 day enforced quarantine and back at home, with an assortment of thai craft beers chilling in the fridge, and the wife trying to turn me into a sumo wrestler by over-feeding me. Should I need an extra...

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Can you SAW your way to profit?

Can you SAW your way to profit?

Sometime ago I wrote an article about whether or not Stop At A Winner staking (SAW) is worthy of inclusion in the punters armoury. My conclusion at the time was a resounding YES! The key however is that SAW staking can’t be used willy nilly on any service or strategy...

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