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A Guide To Dutching

Written by Eddie Lloyd

The name dutching is originally thought to have derived from Arthur Flegenheimer also known as Dutch Schultz a prolific 1920’s mobster boss who used the method to gain an edge at the track. By backing several horses in one race it was thought that the then accountant to Al Capone could secure a pre-determined profit.

So that’s a bit of history but what of the method itself?

Let’s break down an eight runner race. I have listed the eight runners below and added alongside them the odds and converted these into percentages. These percentages are important and I’ll explain why below:

Horse 1: 11/4 (26.67%)
Horse 2: 4/1 (20%)
Horse 3: 4/1 (20%)
Horse 4: 4/1 (20%)
Horse 5: 7/1 (12.50%)
Horse 6: 10/1 (9.09%)
Horse 7: 18/1 (5.26%)
Horse 8: 22/1 (4.35%)

Once we’ve calculated our percentages we can now use these to calculate how we will construct our bet.

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Bad E/W Races And How To Use Them

Written by Eddie Lloyd

Bad e/w races are where a bookie has no choice but to offer an over broke book on the place market of an e/w bet.

Savvy punters have been exploiting this loop hole for years and it has proved harder and harder to get on these races with any sizable bet as it becomes more common knowledge of this unavoidable discrepancy.

So, the bad e/w bet is something we can exploit but what exactly is this discrepancy.

We can usually spot this type of race when seeing an odds on favourite. Let’s look at a 10 runner race with a favourite trading at 1/9.

I’ve set out the runners below in order of which they stand in the market. Next to each horses odds I’ve set out in decimals what the place odds are from the bookmaker…

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