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Greyhound Handicapping - Why a System Isn't The Key To Winning

January 07, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 170

You're probably asking yourself why someone who sells systems - that would be me - would pick this title for an article. Don't I want to sell my systems? Of course I do. And, in my opinion, using them along with your own basic handicapping skills can help you pick more winners. But systems, no matter how good, aren't all you need to pick winning dogs.

Neither is luck, although it's a good thing when Lady Luck smiles on you. The problem with luck though, is that you can't control it. You can't demand to have good luck. Well, you can, but we know where that'll get you, don't we?

No, the next best thing to a good system is a good plan to implement that system. Call it a strategy or an outline or whatever you want to call it, but a strategy is what makes your system work. For instance, if you don't have a plan, what are you going to do after Source: EzineArticles

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