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Old 09-15-2010, 09:20 PM   #1
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Recommended Reading: Issues 70 - 88

Just a note to those who may be new to the Sartin Library or to the Methodology.

These journals cover nearly 20 years of the evolution of the Sartin Methodology, which evolved with research, greater learning and different influences over the years.

To get the best perspective on where the Methodology is Today, in 2015+, it is recommended you start with Issue #70 and work your way forward from there. Otherwise, you will learn and then have to unlearn some (though certainly not all) of what went before.

The concepts and handicapping factors you will read about in these later journals are mostly still in use today and by and large, retain much of their effectiveness when adapted to today's racing and wagering environment.
Here is a link to a file which contains all Issues 70 - 88 in a single PDF file, for your reading pleasure and convenience (courtesy of member Buzzm24 - MANY thanks!). -->> HERE <<-- (about 40 Mb)
Happy reading!


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