In most peoples opinion the three biggest and most successful pro gamblers in the World are the American Billy Walters, Matthew Benham and Tony Bloom.
Billy is based in Vegas and bets mainly on American football, golf and basketball. He was known to bet millions on the Superbowl and he will stake on the underdog to manipulate the odds so he can get value when placing big bets on the favourite team. He is recognised as the Worlds number one player.
I have covered Tony Bloom the Brighton owner in previous issues but he continues to make fortunes from his company Star Lizard based in Camden Town.
Matthew Benham was a city trader who went to work for Tony Bloom and then decided to set up under his own steam which caused a rift between these two brilliant gamblers.
Matt runs a company called Smart Odds from Highgate and the betting exchange Matchbook. He also owns Brentford F.C. and the Danish Club Midtjylland who are top of the Danish League.
It’s very interesting that he runs his two clubs on the moneyball system where he uses stats and analysis to identify better players and successfully compete against clubs with bigger budgets.
These three guys are the best regardless of anything others might tell you and their methods of finding value, money management, patience and analysis are renowned in our world of professional gambling.
The one sport they don’t bet on is horse racing as there are so many extra factors to consider however I believe this has left me a gap in the market with my new 80/20 place and win Superbet.
This bet is the only horse racing bet which gives you such solid advantages over the layers and as you can see if you don’t have big advantages you will never make the type of profits these guys achieve.
If you are committed to be a successful gambler then when Betfan announce the launch my new free Superbet trial make sure you join as it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity.
You see unlike Matt and Tony who have guys all over the world placing bets for them I’m doing this in conjunction with members so that we all make massive regular consistent profits in harmony and together.
With Lingfield abandoned todays racing has a bleak look to it but at least Kemptons Polytrack offers some decent fare.The race that caught my eye was the 6.45 a conditions event over the mile.
So for Howies Hottie I’m going to suggest an each way play on Alfonso De Sousa even if there are only 6 runners. He is now with David O’Mera having left Aiden O’Brien and ran a reasonable race in the Winter Derby trial last Saturday.
He drops down in trip and I think that could be the deciding factor although Baltic Knight and Ryan Moore could be a big danger.
Cloudscape trainer J.Gosden – 3rd in the Winter Derby trial but looked like he needed the run and will improve.
Maggie Pink trainer M.Appleby – Collared close home and perhaps 7 furlongs is her trip.
Sovereign Debt trainer D.Nicholls – Ran a cracker from a bad draw and is one to keep a close eye on.
Albert Bridge trainer Emma Lavelle – Winner last week and while the ground is soft can win again.
Melodic Rendevous trainer J.Scott – Well beaten at Kempton but that was over a longer trip. When back at 2 miles you will see a different horse.
Back next Wednesday have a good week and be lucky.