You may have seen some betting schemes that promise to make money because you bet more when you win and less when you lose.  Many of them are based on what has euphemistically been called, “the law of averages.”   The problem with the law of averages it that to the best of my knowledge, no one has ever been able to enforce it.  Years ago I studied the results for thousands of races and tried different betting systems on paper to see if there was any way to win.

The results amazed me.  I stumbled across a method of increasing bets incrementally and it almost always showed a profit by the end of the day.  I worked at it for months and tried it at many tracks and to my great joy, the results were always the same.  I had a sure…



Source by Bill Peterson