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  1. papajohn3times
    10-07-2016 12:54 PM
    papajohn3times
    Hello Tim
    Somehow I or my grandson,deleted all my previous mail and I am at a loss as to how to post a question. I am doing well with RDSS2 but still have some questions about certain reaqdouts,betting criteria and a few others I know you are bust but could you possible take sometime to tell me again how to post and maybe answer a few questions I still have?
    thanks again
    John
  2. papajohn3times
    09-27-2016 04:12 PM
    papajohn3times
    Hello again Tim Still having trouble with posting on the site I am doing quite well with pacelines and contenders BUT any advice about betting? Do you fpllow the Kelly Criterion I seem to bop and weave I win and then want to hang on to it and lower my next bets? Any suggestions?
    John
  3. papajohn3times
    06-22-2016 11:11 AM
    papajohn3times
    Hello
    I have written a few more threads or questions and no response yet I must be doing something wrong??? Anyway I love reading your responses and I hope you will ne able to possibly help me some in the future? New to rdss but a sartin devotee since 1990
    thanks
    Papa John
  4. Neil S.
    03-10-2014 10:42 PM
    Neil S.
    I absolutely love this thread and the tremendous contribution that you have made. I have been using this paceline and contender method for a few months and the number of winners in the top two and three has increased dramatically.
    Unfortunately my problem has and still is developing a consistent style of wagering that enables me to isolate the best wagers from my selected contenders. Most of the winners I do get as contenders are in the top two, but only on rare occasions does a true "value" horse show up here. The longer prices tend to fall a little lower in the rankings, however horses lower than level two don't win enough of the races to warrant regular wagers. Similarly an occasional longshot will show up in my top two, but these are not frequent enough to produce a consistent profit.
    I have seen occasional races where the odds are 4-1 or greater in the top three which should normally be a prime wagering opportunity, however these races don't tend to produce significant results.
    I have been a two horse bettor throughout, but I would be interested in what wagering strategies would be successful using this type of contender and paceline selection.

    Neil
  5. cigar
    10-07-2013 03:12 PM
    cigar
    Your input was greatly appreciated. Looking forward to future post!
  6. cigar
    10-02-2013 10:40 PM
    cigar
    I have been enjoying reading your post, very informative. I am always looking to improve my skills. Being new to RDSS, I have been reading the many post on the site, however found yours very easy to grasp. I cannot find clear understanding of (SC) second call. At which point of the race is second call recorded? let assume we are looking at 6 furlong race. F2 is the 4 furlong.
  7. Mr.Pagine
    07-08-2013 07:29 PM
    Mr.Pagine
    No worries - brain cramp - Daily Track Variant
    thanks
    jon
  8. Mr.Pagine
    07-08-2013 03:20 PM
    Mr.Pagine
    Really enjoy reading your posts - can you please tell me what "DTV" stands for?

    Thanks,
    Jon
  9. ronnie1
    12-30-2012 05:40 AM
    ronnie1
    Hello,

    I would love to learn this game from you as I hear you are very good handicapper with RDSS. I have been getting my but kicked for the last five years. I would be very happy to learn everything I can for you. Please, Please help me. I look forward to hearing from you when you have time.

    Ron
  10. trotman
    11-08-2009 12:42 AM
    trotman
    Hi For The Lead,
    It's nice to know there's a few of us out there. I don't get many replies to any threads I might start and this could be because I'm a harness capper and most seem to lean towards the T-bred's. You're so right about the work that goes into the handicapping. People ask me why I don't go professional full time and my reply is,then it becomes work.I'm very fortunate to have a great job and a great side line after all I soon will be retired so then my capping will be my job.

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