We have shown you how to find the best greyhound betting sites, but how do you go about picking winners?
The draw, recent form, trainer statistics and race class are amongst the elements to consider when placing greyhound bets.
However, if you want a strategy that is guaranteed to deliver a profit if you follow it to the letter, we have got you covered.
Let’s use UK greyhound racing as an example. On most days there will be up to 10 different meetings staged across the UK.
Our system requires you to pick a trap number and stick to it. In this example, we’ll select Trap 1. Our first bet is €10 and the odds must be 2/1 or greater.
If Trap 1 is successful, our return is €30. We have a profit of €20 and can start the process again. If Trap 1 loses, our bet on the next race must be doubled and so on until we pick a winner.
If we placed three losing bets on Trap 1 our stakes would be €10, €20 and €40. On that basis, the fourth bet is €80. Assuming this is successful at odds of 2/1, the return would be €240 – a €90 profit.
This figure could be much greater if the odds on the winning selection are higher than 2/1. The only criteria is not to deviate from the system whatsoever to ensure you end up in the black.