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The Fall of Champions

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Derek Simon

September 7th, 2012

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‘Serious’ Betting and Charles Dickens

On my latest podcast, I described my recent foray into serious betting as the Tale of Two Cities: the best of times, the worst of times.

On the plus side, I’ve made money — quite a bit of money, actually. From Sept. 1 until Sept. 4 when I took a break (more on that later), I made over $1,000. My starting $500 bankroll now stands at $1,619.71.


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From a macro perspective, I was also pretty consistent, with winning days on Sept. 1, 2 and 4. However, I did not — or should I say have not yet? — made any headway toward my goal of grinding out profits, rather than having them delivered in chunks. 

Truth be told, I made the bulk of my money on one race: the finale at Fort Erie on Tuesday, Sept. 4, where I found a great overlay in Aberforth — not only to win, but also in the exotics pools. Hence, I decided to quit (temporarily) while I was ahead and spend more time ironing out the wrinkles in my play.


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I’ll keep everyone posted.

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