Further to the article on Wednesday about the new Pricewise racing strategy, I wanted to share links to the latest SBC podcast episode where I discuss it in more detail with its author – Paul Chandler-Burns.
In this 20 minute chat, he shares just why Tom is so good and how he filters his selections to bet in a smoother, more targeted fashion for steadier profits.
Remember – this strategy made him a 23% ROI at SP in 2020!
In the 2nd half of the podcast, you can also hear about the 2nd review in SBC 122 (due out next week) which features another very lucrative racing strategy – ideal for Lucky 15’s!
You can listen and download this podcast episode via the links below OR simply search ‘Smart Betting Club’ wherever you get your podcasts.
ALSO…LIVE BET CHANGES
To coincide with the release of this Pricewise article, the plan was to showcase how it works live to SBC members over the next 2 Saturdays (13th and 20th), yet the weather has changed these plans this coming weekend.
With that in mind, we will be covering what action does go ahead this Saturday (All Weather) and then the rescheduled Warwick card on Monday 15th, the Saturday 20th racing as usual along with the rescheduled Newbury card on Sunday the 21st.
Basically that is 4 days instead of the original 2!
You can read the full SBC Pricewise Strategy and follow Paul in live with a Smart Betting Club membership.
The first article from Issue 122 of the latest Smart Betting Club magazine has just been published featuring a special new strategy looking at how best to follow Tom Segal’s Pricewise racing tips.
For those of you unfamiliar with Tom, he is a highly respected tipster, who for years has been sharing his advice on all the major feature races via his Racing Post ‘Pricewise’ column.
Now whilst Tom is profitable, he is not the easiest to follow in at times, due to the structure of his Racing Post column and the fact he is vulnerable to long losing runs given the big odds of his selections.
Which is where this strategy comes in as it one developed and used by professional bettor and SBC feature writer, Paul Chandler-Burns to really optimise when, where and how to back Tom’s tips including:
- How to pick out Tom’s best bets and avoid those he is putting up to fill his tipping obligations.
- How to filter bets, especially when Tom puts up multiple bets in the same race.
- How to stake in the most efficient manner for the best return and smoothest ride.
- When to back his bets to win and when to back them each-way.
This filtered approach to Tom Segal’s tips in 2020 made Paul an impressive 23% ROI in 2020 and all at SP.
So it is one easily beatable if taking bookmaker prices or Betfair SP.
Furthermore, during the following 2 Saturdays (13th and 20th February), Paul will be sharing his filtered bets live and exclusively to SBC members for those wishing to see this strategy in action.
So, whether you follow Tom Segal in currently or are totally new to his tips, this strategy is one to check out ahead of a busy few weeks of racing and of course – Cheltenham Festival next month.
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The past week saw the launch of the new ‘Secrets of Pricewise’ book from The Racing Post’s James Milton.
With the words “The World’s Number One Tipster Revealed” emblazed over the front cover, we were suitably intrigued to pick up our own copy and give it the SBC review treatment.
Will buying this book change your betting world and enable you to pick winners like Tom Segal? Check out a summary of our review below…
Anyone picking up today’s copy of the Racing Post wont failed to have noticed the big splash made on their front page about Tom Segal bagging a couple of winners yesterday for his Pricewise tips column.
Tom highlighted both Marcret and Absinthe who won at 13/2 and 10/3 SP, whilst he also picked out Jack Dexter for their subscription based Pricewise Extra service at 9/2 SP. (As a side-note, it’s worth noting that the 11/2 claimed by the RP on Absinthe would have been reduced by non-runners and Rule 4 deductions)
Naturally Tom should be pleased with himself for doing so well yesterday, but the bigger question is…just how well do his betting tips stack up over time?
Well I want to tackle that today as since October 2009, we have been tracking every single one of the tips supplied by the Racing Post’s Pricewise Extra service in order to report back to our members. Continue reading