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HOW TO BECOME A PROFESSIONAL HORSEPLAYER The Story of "Mr. Superfecta" (Part 1) Step 1: Test yourself Compare the differences between what you do and what pros do.   Let's now start to learn how to become a professional horseplayer! Many horse racing fans sometimes win at horse racing, but they are still losing money in the end; while those a few professional horseplayers continue to fatten their wallets. You...

HOW TO WIN AT HORSE RACING BETTING The Story of “Mr. Superfecta” (Part 2) 1. Who Is Mr. Superfecta? He says, “Betting on horse racing is my business.” We call Kenny Chen “Mr. Superfecta” because he plays only the Superfecta, as well as hits it with alarming frequency at horse racing betting. Before taking up the main, let’s take a brief look at his personal history. He was born in...

HOW TO HIT THE BIG SUPERFECTA FREQUENTLY The Story of “Mr. Superfecta” (Part 3) Mr. Superfecta says that playing the Superfecta in horse racing is just like fishing game. There is no doubt that the bigger and the stronger fishnet you use, the more fish you will get. See the picture below and let’s suppose that there is a fishing game pool, and if you catch fish regardless of size...

How to Make Money from Horse Racing Horse Racing vs. Stock Market   There are a lot of similarities between horse racing and the stock market. However, as professional horseplayers, we believe that there are more opportunities for success in betting on the longshot in horse racing, than investing in stock market. Our goal of ROI (Return On Investment) rate 200% annually. It’s almost impossible to make 100% of net profit on...

What to Pick vs. How to Wager WHICH ONE DO YOU THINK IS MORE IMPORTANT TO WIN HORSE RACING BETTING?    Occasionally, most horseplayers pick the correct horses at a race, but they still can’t win at that race. Why? It's definitely not for the wrong horse racing picks, but the wrong wagers. Most horse racing pick services offer only the selections of 3 to 6 horses on each race....