Betting Value


Using Ratings, be it form or speed based, can be good tools in assessing Betting Value. In our quest, ratings have a structured quality that can be used systematically or in a more subjective manner. This particular angle of finding the right price utilises ratings. If you have a preferred set of ratings you use on a regular basis you'll soon see the right set of values for your betting style. If however you are new to the racing world take some time and check out various websites or newspapers that offer speed or form based ratings with their race cards.

 

Rating Points Clear

 

Price

20

 

Evens

19

 

11/10

18

 

6/5

17

 

6/5

16

 

5/4

15

 

11/8

14

 

6/4

13

 

13/8

12

 

7/4

11

 

15/8

10

 

2/1

9

 

9/4

8

 

5/2

7

 

3/1

6

 

7/2

5

 

4/1

4

 

5/1

3

 

7/1

2

 

10/1

1

 

20/1

 

If your selection is top rated by 5 points, you can see from the chart that the minimum price you would require is 4/1, an even money chance is set at 20 points, so a selection would need to be 20 points clear on your ratings to be an even money shot.

This may well be too strict a formula for your ratings or your own view on what the price of your selection should be, you could set the even money mark at 10, so a selection being rated 5 points clear would be a 2/1 shot. 5 x 2 = 10

Value Bettingis all about getting enough winners at the right prices to show an overall profit.

Betting Onlineenables you to snap up a value price at the click of a button.

In order to get the most out of your betting, careful consideration should be given to the size of your Betting Bank

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