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MrE
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On the contrary Ian, if you have access to a PC at home or you can get a bet on by phone, there is absolutely no reason why you can’t put the bet on before you go to work (or in your lunch break)….. you just put your horses down in order of time and just state the amount of doubles and the stake that you require….. the last horse will ALWAYS be just a straight win bet because thats the start of tomorrows doubles, look at it like this……  A.. B.. C.. D.. E.. F.. G.. H.. I.. J……<br>here you have 9 doubles and they are AB.. BC.. CD.. DE.. EF.. FG.. GH.. HI.. IJ….. thats 9 doubles. You then just place a WIN bet on the last horse because if that wins you will carry the winnings plus the stake onto the following days "A" and the continue again as above. It really is simple when you get the hang of it….. now let me stick it down in another way with the same 10 bets…….   L… L… 4/5… 4/5… 2/1… L… 4/6… L… 4/5… 7/4……   On level stakes you have a total return of 12.81, take away your 10 point stake and your left with a nice profit of 2.81pts and there’s nothing wrong with that. But if you take it a step further and used the "Rolling Doubles", for the same 10pt outlay you could have returned 16.30 points, a profit of 6.30 pts, now thats a much better ROI than levels. Yes, there’s a risk element but in the above scenario we’ve lost a winner (4/6) but we’re still well in front….. you require a good strike rate to pull this off on a regular basis and normally it fits the short prices like a glove…… and you can put the bet on before you go to work so that shouldn’t bother you…… now you just need to pick the winners……  :smiley:

MrE