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The Odds Professor publishes tip-sheets daily for over a dozen tracks in the USA and Canada. These tips sheets offer picks that are listed in descending order of preference, from first to worst using mathematically proven formulas that help people understand races with “strange” results and learn to take advantage of better than fair odds.

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Having been in the gambling business in casinos and at racetracks for about half a century, I’ve learned what works and what doesn’t.  Most people attempt to teach horse handicapping by using what is best labeled as the Comprehensive approach.  This is vastly too complicated, and very, very slow. I start by recommending one school of thought.  Works best and fastest. Read More.

The Odds Professor has been studying how people learn about handicapping for over three decades and has developed fast and effective methods for teaching both novices and experienced betters. The racing industry says says there’s a steep learning curve when it comes to learning handicapping. The Professor doesn’t agree.

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