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If you’re simply beginning out in your Betfair buying and selling journey if might be very complicated, particularly on horse racing markets.

The markets are pushed by opinion and infrequently individuals flip as much as a horse racing market on the Betfair betting alternate and trying try to work out what is occurring.

However I might be an advocate for have a technique or tactic after which ready for the market to current that chance to you.

Are you backing or laying first? Which runner will you be taking a look at? Why do you anticipate the commerce to work? Then then you definitely try to discover that available in the market.

If you cannot discover it, you do not commerce.

After getting perfected that technique, you’ll be able to then begin to get a bit cleverer.

On this video, I focus on this idea and in addition present you three trades the place I drive myself to search for a again entry.

I simply did this so you’ll be able to see in the event you search for one thing you must have the ability to discover it. However these three trades and barely completely different from one another.

If you happen to hunt for one particular Betfair commerce or explicit technique, you will have to attend for it to seem. I’ve simply used my information right here to choose off some trades.

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35 COMMENTS

  1. Australian horse racing is pretty easy too predict like you said once you know what too look out for and such but USA U.K. and Ireland and extremely hard great video as always

  2. Great video Peter. This situation really hit home with me and will be very useful. Not new to trading but still making novice mistakes. Your explanation on trying to predict everything on multiple runners is exactly what I do and I’m sure I’m not the only one. You make it seem so simple and the market looks like it’s going in slow motion. Going to try and put this into practice this week and hopefully see some improvements. Thanks again excellent video 👍

  3. Hi Peter. I’m sure we once worked for the same firm in B/stoke 😉 I’m most definitely a newbie and sticking to a back/lay strategy across various markets to get me started. With Doncaster today and over the weekend I’m studying this and your other Horse Racing videos. One challenge is following the mouse while listening to what you are saying. So to test my understanding on the first video at around 5:26, you said you “got involved around 4.5/4.6”. At this point in the video I think you have £150 matched, £250 waiting around 4.2 – 3.9 and up by the stakes boxes there’s a box with your total £400, does this mean; in play, so to speak? To exit the trade you put in equivalent back bets. I know at the end you said the three videos are examples of Back/Lay, which sort of confused me until I realised the first video is definitely Lay/Back – I think – If I have this all correct. Keep up the great videos – thanks.

  4. Just moving from match betting into exploring trading & have been feeling very swamped & overwhelmed today. No serious damage done as only using minimum stakes out of a bit of match betting profit but was questioning whether I am mad to try learning to trade. Need to take your advise and learn one thing at a time!

  5. Peter, Thanks for this video. What action/criteria do you use when a trade goes against you? In other videos you have said that trades DO go wrong and you look at the P/L for a whole trading day to measure success.

  6. In the last example, I would have said the second favourite looked like it was likely to come down based on the fact that large back orders were going in and there was a high volume traded on it. What was it that made you back the favourite and not the second favourite?

  7. Well, well, well, I watched this video the other night not far from your home town of Southampton in a hotel room while working away, Ive mostly been a punter over the years but always wanted to trade successfully without gambling, today when I got back to Lancashire , I said right lets do this , no distractions, just focus on favourites and favourites who I think will be backed in, to cut a long story short , thats the best afternoons trading ever , not only that confidence grew and grew I was now identifying horses approaching crossover points that I was pretty sure would break through them, never before would i ever think of backing at 4.2 , this afternoon I did because I knew it had a very good chance of going through , of course some trades went the other way but on the whole I was right a lot more than I was wrong , there were some races I couldnt work out what was happening , in the past I would have tried to steal a couple of ticks, today there was no chance of me doing that , so i dont mind saying I traded for 3 hours today with 100 pound stakes, all back trades , amazingly i am 51 pounds up. The thing is yes ive been a racing fan and punter for many years and certainly I backed a coupe of horses because they were heavily tipped but the main change today was focus, waiting for the right moment and not panicking when you lose a trade, youre going to get it back , there is no way Im saying I have cracked this , there are races which confuse the hell out of me, namely two strong favourites or maiden races, not for me scary as hell but this video jumps out at me with the word KISS, not the American rock group , keep it simple stupid, looking forwards to tomorrow , best video youve ever done, thanks

  8. Interesting video.Understood most of the reasoning there except the last trade. Predicting that the 2nd fav was going to drift and not break through especially after that large back order is near on mystical to me. I get with the race parameters/makeup why you exited when you did but the entry I can only put down to your experience.Will watch a few times and ponder. Cheers

  9. Great video, Thanks Peter and probably an important lesson for me as i was probably trying to climb above my station before getting the basics sorted. Was getting rather disenchanted by making 1 step forward then three back.

  10. Avoid Irish racing if you aren’t highly experienced.. it’s shall we say 🤔 unpredictable 😂 .. yes that’s a euphemism.. fill in the blank 🎰

  11. You can’t buy 20 years of experience unfortunately, the confidence and control you have is genuinely amazing to watch. I’m learning about 6 months now and sometimes feel like giving up. Creating winning trades isn’t difficult for me, it’s controling my losing trades that I cannot master. Thank you for your content.

  12. Good video. Looking forward to the York meeting. I wander where we will be with coronavirus this time next year.

  13. Hi Peter,
    Just wondering if I could pick your brain for a second.

    I am just wondering is it worth spending any time analysing starting prices from the Betfair data? My angle when combing through the data would be something along these lines — is there a certain floor on a price for say a fave in novice race with 8 runners/6f?

    In the above analysis, the goal would be to see if I can recognise if a novice was backed in too much and would maybe drift a little (which would become my strategy for that type of race).

    Is it worth trying to find patterns like that or should every race be taken on its own merits, with no discernible price patterns in races with specific crietria – e.g. Novice/8 runners/6f.

    Hope this makes sense.

    As ever, thanks for the content and have a good day trading,
    Dave

  14. I’ve always wondered what’s on the other 3 screens … it’s interesting that we always see only one screen
    But overall, this is good video and advice

  15. Been trying now for the past 3 month but cannot seem to get the grasp of it, the reason why is I’m trying to do too much as this video explains. So going to take your advice and just concentrate on the one runner, thanks

  16. This is really helpful actually. When I just focus on the favourite either drifting or steaming I have great results. It’s where I then go full maverick and try trading multiple horses at the same time I come unstuck. But watching this has reminded me of why it’s sometimes better to stick to what you know until you’re really ready to move onto other things. Massively changes your overall profit for the day when you go from race to race trying different things.

  17. Another informative video. Thank you. With doing a lot of automation recently I think I need to go back to basics.

  18. Thanks for taking up my suggestion! It helps as I do the same thing and it’s good to see that I’m not guessing or being fooled by randomness.
    However, I often predict/ anticipate the direction correct 80% of the time (by looking at graphs and ranges etc) at around 12 mins prior to the off where there is average 70k matched but I am still profitable and consistent and most of my trades are completed by 5 mins to post. The question is, when I do get it wrong, it feels like I’m guessing. Am I trading too early? Even though I am consistently profitable? Not a newbie to it but would really appreciate your thoughts on it if possible.
    Thanks for the video and imputing so much time and effort into your customers and viewers requests!

  19. Totally beyond my capabilities 😂 but fascinating to watch.not a clue and will never attempt this 😂

  20. Great video for someone new to the game. I’ve been doing exactly what you said, trying to spot multiple events all at the same time. The result is I’ve lost more than I’ve gained.

    I’m only three weeks in but feel I’m getting there now. I’m going to have a week in “Practice mode” just using the technique in this video whilst logging my trades to see how it goes before I jump in again.

    The stats I have so far suggest the lower distance races I do the worst in (more volatile?) And the longer distances I do better. Will see what this week brings!

  21. in the last trade, what is the reason behind that decision of exiting right below 4 and not letting it reach lower prices?

  22. Good content thank you. It is too easy to become jack of all trades i find, then read it wrong.

  23. Pretty new to trading. Felt like I’ve been getting out of my depth but this seems like a good steer back on track. Thanks Peter!

  24. For starting out learning to trade, learning 1 strategy to master as you suggest, if using small stakes & being selective with trades, if this resulted in yielding a small profit, would you still recommend this as a good way to start out? Without knowing how scalable the strategy could be..could small stakes be scaled up to x10-100?

  25. Another wonderful Peter, thank you. Just 1 question, are you still applying your edge to this trade as you go along or is the way your trading already your edge? If that makes sense!

  26. Peter quick question please, do u ever trade 2 horses in the same market with the cross matching, one up one down, or do u just concentrate on the 1 selection ??

  27. Fantastic to watch the expertise demonstrated here. I’ve tried, on and off to trade like this for 10 years, without success, it is a real skill.

  28. Just started after watching your excellent videos. Currently looking for “pace” horses as shown on ATR and Patternform with a good record of their price dropping, top 4 in betting, back at the “off” and lay for 2/3 ticks.

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