HRP Dutch Gold & Diamond – ‘Unique Betting Programme Designed To Pay Your Monthly Bills In Full Or Steadily Build Betting Capital’

‘Pay Your Bills’ Is A Unique Betting Programme 

We use the HRP Platinum Plan Multi Bet, Balanced Dutch & Dubble Bubble Principle for this job.

The Platinum Staking Progression 2020 Fully Revised

The Pay Your Bills Plan is suitable for building up betting capital steadily OR for starting with a large lump and taking out profits each day or week to ‘Pay Your Bills’

  • If building your bank then aim for a 2.5 to 4% profit per day.
  • If you deposit £5,000 and you need around £2,000 per month to pay your bills, then aim for about 1.5% profit per day or £75
  • This will return a minimum of £2100 over the course of 4 weeks and should handle your outgoings
  • We realise not everyone can deposit £5K, but if you are building the bank the principles of betting will remain the same.
  • Soon as you hit your betting targets, stop betting and withdraw it to your bank.
  • 8 or 9 days out of 10, we should see the Job Done by the 1,2 or 3rd bet.

Rules Of Engagement

Go to the Dutch Diamond and Dutch Gold areas of the HRP Method Suite and play the bets in time order!

HRP Classic Method Suite

This is what you will see:

  • There are three sets of Dutch bets there, Gold, Diamond and Banker if you look along the menu bars.
  • Dutch Bankers are bets which appear in BOTH Gold and Diamond rosters, so you can focus only on them, but get far fewer bets.
  • On the right hand side of the bets you see an icon which says ‘Copy’
  • Click on this and you can automatically paste the bets into a spreadsheet and then organise them into time order

Here are both sets of bets copied and pasted to a spreadsheet for May 20th:

Here are the two rosters distilled into one Joint Roster: 

There are little nuances and tricks of the trade, alongside ‘options’ on how to play the bets.

Let’s look at a few examples: 

1)

  • The selections in a race might be 2.39 and 6.77, so playing the balanced dutch you would get 1.8 and a return of about £180 from a £5000 bank split into 50pts, which is 3.2% profit.
  • If you play the balanced dutch you simply work out the combined odds and use the Win as the bet with the Platinum staking plan.
  • You will need to use Gruss Betting Assistant to play these bets most conveniently and practically.

Or, I could use the Multibet approach and split the stake equally.

  • If the 2.39 odds above won, you would make a 0.78% profit on my £5K bank and stop betting £39 up.
  • BUT, if the second selection won at 6.77 you would make an 11.54% profit on my £5K bank and stop betting £577 up.

It would perhaps be a case of ‘Do you feel lucky’? OR take the Balanced Dutch at 1.8 for the example above.

2) 

  • The selections in the race are both very well fancied at the head of the market and in the live market 2.2 and 2.45, playing the balanced dutch it’s only about 1.18
  • That is about 0.45% profit at 2.2 and 0.9% profit at 2.45 – still a profit of course! Little fish are sweet.

Options:

  • Play the balanced dutch at 1.18 and get a 0.36% profit
  • Back them to the Multibet principle and get either return listed above
  • Lump your stake on a Win Bet on one or the other (one of them is almost certain to win). Logically it would be the shorter odds, but the higher odds may be HRP Top Rated etc.

So, as ever there is judgement involved and that can be made upon logical lines once you get the hang of things! 

3)

The selections in the race include an odds on favourite at perhaps 1.75 and 2.9 for the second favourite.

  • If you play the balanced dutch the return is about 1.09 and too short to consider.
  • You therefore either play the Multibet knowing you will take a slight loss on the odds on favourite if it wins or make close to a target in the longer odds wins, particularly if it’s about 3.6 to 4.1 which are quite common 2nd favourite odds alongside an odds on favourite.
  • OR – you can lump your whole stake as a WIN bet onto the odds on favourite if you think it is going to win and the second favourite is not HRP Top Rated etc.

Most races are a more clear 3.8/4.2 or 2.9/5.4 or 3.8/3.6 etc. 

So you simply play the Balanced Dutch as a WIN bet or use the Multibet principle on the HRP Platinum Staking Plan.

Advanced Methods

The Dubble Bubble

  • This is a single stake of any amount split equally between a Win bet and a Place bet.
  • The unique quality of a successful Dubble Bubble is that it can mean you get TWO winning bets in a race if the win selection wins and the place selection gets in the frame.
  • So the Win odds are 3.5 and the Place odds are 2.5. A profit is assured if either bet wins BUT if they both win profits are boosted appreciably.
  • You can also use the Dubble Bubble technique on two Place bets if the odds available allow that.

118 thoughts on “HRP Dutch Gold & Diamond – ‘Unique Betting Programme Designed To Pay Your Monthly Bills In Full Or Steadily Build Betting Capital’

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    RaymondLesueur844 says:

    Good afternoon Gav, I booked early to come to your Masterclass and caused uproar at home. I am extremely disappointed to say that I cannot come the Doctor said I have had two strokes and I am over 80 so I should call it a day. It is a great pity because I was looking forward to meeting you all.
    You wrote somewhere ,about Place Diamond I think, where the strike rate was so very high. Somewhere in club betting but I can no longer find it Where can I get the Multi Platinum spreadsheet?

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      GavSummerhill says:

      Hi Patrick, this is where you split your next stake in the progression equally between the selections as a win bet. That is, if two selections and 5pts is the next stake in the progression, each selection gets 2.5pts staked. Gav

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      GavSummerhill says:

      Hi Chris, very good question. That Multi V4 sheet will be handed out to everyone who has taken one of the Masterclass packages! So 6th April they will be issued. Gav

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    DBlackley919 says:

    Gav, have just joined, live in Australia, where can I find” The Platinum Staking Plan”I have started with the top 5 from “Top HRP Score”
    Regards,
    James Blackley.

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      GavSummerhill says:

      Hi there and welcome. If you go to the FI Club in the top menu bar, you can download a workbook with the Platinum Staking Plan in it. Let me know if any issue. Gav

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    DBlackley919 says:

    Hi Gav, after signing on, I click on the F1 Club , then to get access I then click on “click here”which should give me access , but I am taken to the Welcome page, still no access. so no download !. thanks for your help Gav, I am looking forward to getting on with it,
    Regards,
    James

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    DBlackley919 says:

    Hi Gav ,
    As I live in Australia and as much as I would like to attend the Masterclass ,its not possible , so how can I receive the benefits ?, such as the One Bet per day . I am already doing well with”” The Top HRP Score and the” HRP Platinum Staking Plan” (I have long been a member of Graham Laurie,s Cash-Master) I have already set the monthly payment to happen at my bank. I will be commencing the FI Club with $12.000 Aus. Regards,James.

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    DBlackley919 says:

    Hi Gav, Please Note , you may have sent the package to the wrong email address as your note says to David not James,if you check your records I have signed up on the 14th of march 2019 (I am not DBlackley919) I had responded under that in the last 4 messages, I apologise for sloppy detail on my part. I am very much looking forward to the package for members that cant travel to the event. Do you need more details ,Click Bank order No for instance or any other details, should I respond via the HRP support email ?.
    Regards,
    James Blackley.

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    EricSineath581 says:

    I’ve been reading that for those of us who cannot travel to the masterclass event there is a package available ? If this is correct can I have some info re this please ,,, thanks in advance ,,, Eric

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    RaymondLesueur844 says:

    I am having trouble with Passwords again! I have an Apple Mac which I use daily because I am very used to it.I have had to avail myself of a Windows laptop to run your Spreadsheets but every time I try to get into HRP via the windows Laptop. It says it is an incorrect username/password any suggestions?

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    ArthurOckwell says:

    I just wanted to capture a post by a member in the Betting Consigilere on 11th April, as it is an interesting angle that could be easily missed.

    “ive been paper trading whichever selection is the higher odds of the 2 and it has been very successful eg in the wet 220 ardera cross was the smaller odds and carrigmoorna matt was the bigger odds so ive been doing the bigger odds and usually a winner within the first 3 or 4 races is very profitable”

    “… win only last week starting off with 500 i doubled to 1000 within 4 or 5 days”

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    George says:

    Arthur that was me and today I done the same getaway trump was the bigger odds of the 2 at about 4.0 and as we now know it won job done great profit in first race this has been a very successful strategy for me so far I only wish I could back it on the hrp but without it being split

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    George says:

    I could do that but if its the bigger price of the 2 then sometimes it wants to split the stake whereas in this instance I want to put the full stake on the win

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    Ian399 says:

    I have read again the text Gav has placed on his site for Dutch Gold, Diamond. He speaks of nuances and possible different approaches based upon odds. My question, if I just leave the automiser to operate with the HRP Staking Plan, which betting option is picked up. I am guessing it si the normal dutch, and if odds below evens just the one selction is bet on, am I correct?

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      Bocco says:

      Robert, if you go to the 1 Bet A Day tab on the Todays Races in the top menu bar, you can join up there. Don’t delay the selection went in for the 10th winner in 11 bets today!

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    WarrenRamsbottom648 says:

    same as yesterday gav i did the same thing and got the same result finally my bank is back to where it should be after i started like an idiot without reading properly i am really starting to like this i wish i was playing with bigger stakes but i can see that that is going to happen as long as i stick to the plan very happy thank you

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    JR958 says:

    Hi Gav. I have refunded the bank again today and split it between CM, DP and 1 bet a day. I have reverted the settings back to default except that I have reduced the SL on DP to 6 and on CM to 8. If you have any further suggestions please let me know. I will let you know how this progresses. Jeff

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      GavSummerhill says:

      Hi Jeff, why don’t you take the back end DP down to 1.5% and watch out for races where there is only 5 mins between start times. They will have to be omitted by some predetermined criteria, I will look at these in a post over the coming week.

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    KevinJones896 says:

    Hi Gav. Hope you are well. I need your help! When you have not had a good day and been stopped out, lets say with a loss on the day of 20%, the next day, would you still aim to stop betting once you have reached your daily target of 1-1.5% (using you previous bank high point) and try to recover the loss over the next few days? Or try and play through all the selections of the roster on the day until you get to a new bank high? As always, your advice is much appreciated

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      GavSummerhill says:

      Hi Kevin, I have had a day like this every month and what I have done is certainly use the bank high point for the next days. Yes, the broad rule is you look to stop at target. There are two things going here, like my first bet yesterday was actually a 5% profit and at that rate it’s only a 4 or 5 day job, to get back ahead. Last month, I did bet through one day and caught another sticky run and had to really knuckle down to come out ahead nicely in the evening, almost clearing my debit. However, a debit needs to be balanced against your ‘running profit figure’ too. So, overall you are looking to get that extra bet in, if possible, but still working to your target and letting the bets work for you (like the 11th did yesterday with a 5.1% profit) to get back ahead. Many days it is one bet and out, but not every day.

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    KevinJones896 says:

    Morning Gav. Thank you for taking the time to reply. Ok great. I will look to knuckle down and stop at target each day until the debit is cleared, by using the previous bank high point. The thing that I really enjoy about using the horse race predictor is that help is never far away! So thank you for that!

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    StephenBanfield353 says:

    Morning Gav, I am stuggling to understand the balanced dutch. Can you use the result from the 13th to show how you calculated the odds and stake?

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      GavSummerhill says:

      Hi Stephen, yes I think the two sets of odds were about 2.62 and 3.5. So if you split your ten piund stake between them to get the sane return whichever one wins, the return is about 5 pounds or 1.5. If you put 5 on each of them the 2.62 would return less than 5 and the 3.5 more than 5. I will get Bocco to put exact workings up later.

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    PKinton395 says:

    As per conversation last night, very new to betting. For example if I am going to place £20 stakes on dutch balanced betting using today’s 14.00 race at Catt – odds 1 @ 2.88, stake £7.79, odds 2 @1.91 stake £12.03, potential return £2.95 Or can play as a Multi-bet where the £20 stake is split equally are these scenarios correct?

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      Bocco says:

      Hi Denise, you can play Bet 1 yes. It gives you a 12.5% return on your stake. Bet 2 (Multibet) will give you a good profit if 2.88 lands or a very small debit (pretty much break even) if the 1.91 lands. Does that help? Well done, by the way. I can see you are really getting to grips with our staking concept here.

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    StephenBanfield353 says:

    Hi Gav, still not understanding this. Yesterday it says favourite but you are saying its a balanced dutch. Bocco didnt post the workings from the other day.

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      Bocco says:

      Hi Stephen, this is what Gav wrote in answer to your question about ‘What is a balanced Dutch’? “GavSummerhill says:
      Hi Stephen, yes I think the two sets of odds were about 2.62 and 3.5. So if you split your ten pound stake between them to get the sane return whichever one wins, the return is about 5 pounds or 1.5. If you put 5 on each of them the 2.62 would return less than 5 and the 3.5 more than 5. I will get Bocco to put exact workings up later”

      Is there a particular race you have in mind for your question? If so, let me know and I can check it over. I didn’t put any more details up as Gav’s answer looked fairly comprehensive.

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      Bocco says:

      Aha. I see what you are saying regard the 1.50pm Newbury. I don’t know why he has written Balanced Dutch it’s a clear Favourite win.. just an error in his notes perhaps. The two selections at bsp were 5.4 and 1.6 so that is around 1.25 for the balanced dutch and too low to be taken on the first bet of the day. His odds were for the favourite to win.

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    Michael says:

    Hi Bocco,I know you will have covered this somewhere,I get the multi and I get the favourite,I’m struggling with the balanced Dutch in so much as to work it out,and if it’s not a multi or a favourite which horse does Gav bet on.

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      Bocco says:

      Hi Michael, have you read Gav’s instructions on the main Club post? He gives 2 or 3 examples. Also, have you seen the answers I gave Stephen earlier about the Balanced Dutch as a reply to his comments? Basically, you can’t do a Multi bet unless you can get a good profit on any of the selections.

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    ShaunAllinson408 says:

    Hi Gav, as a newbie I’m trying to get to grips with HRP. Some enlightenment please – I’m playing around with HRP Top Rated and pretty decent profit on first 2 days of the trial. Looking at HRP Score of 45+ and +ve odds movements of at least 10%. Still confused about the Platinum Staking Plan, am I correct in assuming that today Gabriel Tiger in the 15:00 Mus. As it was well over the 1.8 for the Place, I backed 25/75 and doubled the stake to 4pts. Is this correct? It went down as a total losing bet so is my next stake 5 points (4 + 1)?? If the next one loses this will mean a loss of 9 points on the day (more if its another place) which is significantly higher than maximum 6/7 points which you recommend. Do I then bin this loss and not chase the points the next day or do I continue with the staking plan (ie another +1point). Also, can you tell me what the colours represent, I can’t find anywahere on the site what each colour represents. Also the HRP Score is another set of colours and I cannot locate this key either. Cheers.

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      Bocco says:

      Ok, Gav is not around today but I will handle this for you Shaun. Well done with your move into profit, by the way. Platinum Classic does use the 4pt minimum for a split stake, yes. But you could have played a ‘win’ bet on the Place only and staked below 4. Make sense? If you had a bet go down at 4pts, your next stake would indeed be 5. Yes, you would be down 9pts therefore.. but that still under 10% of a 100pt bank. Gav uses a 50pt split on his Club bank, so realistically 6 or 7 is maximum liability due to the increased point value. If you look at the Revovery Module idea in any of the Clubs you can get a handle on how to approach a losing day. Members Home Page in the top menu bar for the basics on Race Colours & Grades/Scores. Another thing to bear in mind is that Gav is playing Dutch bets (subject to odds criteria), so his Platinum progression is slightly different as there will be no ‘split stake’ betting! Does this help?

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      Bocco says:

      Hi Shaun,

      Gav paid his bills on the 18th July I think it was, so his next Club is due to start 9th August! However, he will be posting on the odd day up to then and he will get to your question later today.

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    ShaunAllinson408 says:

    Thanks Bocco, haven’t even tried to fathom out the Recovery Module yet. What do you mean by Gav uses a 50% split on his Club Bank? Do you mean he uses 100pts then only plays with 50% of this just in case of a wipeout?

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    ShaunAllinson408 says:

    Sorry Bocco, is it me being overly obtuse? Looked in the Members Homepage as suggested and noticed the mention of the colours but does not show what each colour represents? Similarly, the colours for the HRP Score, it mentions what the score is but no metioned of colour representation?

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      Bocco says:

      Every race in the UK and Ireland is listed in chronological order. The races are colour graded according to the strength of betting options for horses at the head of the market.

      So, we identify races that are best for horses at the head of the betting markets and then colour code them.

      Red = worse race for favourites by historical performance

      Purple = best race for favourites by historical performance.

      How is that? The gradations can be discerned by seeing how the stats pan out for each colour grade.

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    ShaunAllinson408 says:

    Morning Gav, do you bet SP in “pay your bills” so the final returns are left floating or do you take a price? If the latter, how near to the race start? opening show perhaps or earlier?

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    ShaunAllinson408 says:

    Morning all, Gav can you elaborate on your note for today regarding yesterdays winners. You said that you just got out on Bet 6 yesterday but there was a few winners beforehand. Was it because you didn’t hit your days profit until Bet 6 or did you not play earlier Bets?

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      Bocco says:

      Hi Shaun, just looking at Gav’s chart and though there were indeed a couple of winning bets, nothing seemed at the odds to make target, until Race 6 where the cumulative stake aligned with the odds and the profit requirement. But I have left a note for Gav to hopefully write more in his post tomorrow!

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    BaljitDhillon413 says:

    Hi Gav,

    concerning the tripler – its brilliant firstly! i didnt believe in magic until i saw this website lol.

    righto, so if the odds drift do we NOT place a bet?? if so then how much drift should i be looking out for. great stuff. thank u so much.

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    Mayur Odedra192 says:

    Hi Gav

    I have two questions about the 1 bet a day system which ill split up to make it easier to explain

    1) eg if the place odds are 1.65 and above this means i would split 25/75 between the win/placement. if we assume both bets win the instructions says we go back to the minimum 3pts. However it also states that “If you are splitting the stake 25/75 and the next stake is less than 4, raise the stake to use 4pts” in this situation how many points would the next bet be

    2) if you get to a stage where your bets are 4pts then guidance states “If next stake is more than 4, split the stake into 25/75 split as explained above” in this situation is the split dependant on getting odds of 1.65 and above or you place all the points on the win if the placement odds cant be achieved or wait till the next day for another bet

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      GavSummerhill says:

      Hi Mayur, all of this and more along with worked examples covering significant samples, will be covered in the full member documentation issued upon joining. Don’t forget you are currently on trial status. Any questions let me know. Gav

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        Mayur Odedra192 says:

        Hi Gav, i have become a full member as of 29/08 where do i go to get the document as i did have a few questions on the 1 bet a day system. Good presentation the other day mate when will the placement method be released for 1 bet a day and the tripler

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          Bocco says:

          Hi Mayur, Gav has put some initial instructions on his post today for the place angle. As far as I know the pdf. document is the one in the member area but it may be that Gav intends to update it for Monday. I did answer two of your questions in an earlier comment you made, did you see those answers? One of your points I couldn’t quite grasp.

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      Bocco says:

      In point 1. The next stake would be dependent upon proximity to target and the result of the bet itself. Point 2 doesn’t make any sense to me, at the moment. Will look again.

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    MichaelDurcan403 says:

    Hi Gav-I am now a full member after weeks trial and still feeling my way around.When following your Dutch Gold/Diamond-Do we just go to the first chronological bet in time order between the two lists?
    And…..what about the colour codes…is there any preference to following say a red colour as opposed to a yellow/cyan etc etc?

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      Bocco says:

      Gav simply takes the bets in time order, Michael. Unless otherwise stated which I’ve never seen him do. I hope that helps. Colour codes are not within the purview of his Club, but there is nothing to stop you working with them in my opinion.. makes sense.

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    CraigPearce439 says:

    Hi all, how do i use the platium staking plan with this dutching system will it be the same after a losing bet the increase is one point ? example 500 start bank stake one is 20 that loses so stake two will be 30 right? is Gav using any stoploss?

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    KrzysztofPappelbaum937 says:

    Hello Gav, I am currently playing HRP Daily Tripler played to place only. On the spreadsheet presented in the video I saw that, you have used a 2TBP and 4TBP markets. My question is when to use them?
    Thank you.

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    StevenLloyd137 says:

    Hi Gav
    I am unable to enter into the Forum. I have entered my email address and password but I cannot get any access. It asks for a Clickbank Registration Number but I don’t have one.
    I used PayPal. I that a problem?
    Regards
    Steve

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    KeithRudd656 says:

    Gav, Placed the following bet at Puchestown,
    1st Race at Puchestown, split on second fav. Win Bet for fav, , 2nd Fav bolted in with a drifting price from 3.75 to 5 at sp, returned over 2:1 for the bet.
    Using the variety of options what bet type would you call this, ie a multi, split dutch etc. Thanks Keith

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    StevenLloyd137 says:

    Hi Gav,
    Is it possible, in any way, to pay the annual subscription fee at periodic intervals and totalling the full amount of the fee by the end of the year rather than paying a £77/month because it works out to be a lot more expensive for me £924 a year compared to £490 a year for a single payment. This is my third month and to date I will have paid £210 practically half of the annual fee and to £288 the following month. Without making a fuss could this be possible, please?

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    StevenLloyd137 says:

    hi Ga,
    I’m trying to log into the HPR USA but it won’t let me log . I’ve given all the id and password but I can’t get in.
    I have also filled out another registration for the HRP USA but it tells me I have a 401 Forbidden to enter. Where do I go from here?

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    StevenLloyd137 says:

    Hi Ga,
    is there a coupon number that I should have because it asks me enter coupon number here, and I don’t have one…………………………… Nightmare !

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    StevenLloyd137 says:

    Hi Gav
    It was there this morning, but where have the evening selections disappeared to from Tampa Bay and Will Rogers Downs out of Todays Races.
    cheers
    Steve

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    StevenLloyd137 says:

    Hi Gav,
    Where’s your dutching selections, gone. The best selections of all ………. couldn’t do a thing wrong with your dutching selections. I’m missing them big time.
    Steve

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    StevenLloyd137 says:

    Hi Gav
    Can you sort me out – can’t get onto the American site – unable to log onto it. When I try it tells me – I don’t know any member with this email address.
    Thanks
    Steve

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    MarkStanley says:

    Hi all, I was wondering if anyone could help It states above that if the are 2.39 is this including or excluding the stake. i.e. 2/5 or 7/5? thank you for your help with this question

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      GavSummerhill says:

      This question doesn’t make sense to me Mark. What is 2.39? What is 2/5 or 7/5 are these odds and if so, what exactly do they relate to. I shall look out for your answer and get back to you straight away.

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    GaryLong says:

    Hi folks, I’m a newbie here and have spent last couple of days looking around and trying to get my head around all the different methods, I have tried a few place bets today. I am starting with a £300 bank which I would like to build up so that I can pay for the lite Masterclass subscription and move on from there. Does anyone have any thoughts on what the best methods are for doing this. Thanks.

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      GavSummerhill says:

      Hi Gary, if you are looking for Place Bets then try to master that aspect. Use Bet Builder in Todays Races and Method Suite. Download to excel and narrow your field of vision while you learn how to stake. If you don’t want to put that effort in, follow any of the Daily Clubs. Just make sure you master it! Keep me posted. Best, Gav

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    GaryLong says:

    Hi Gav, thanks for the advice, which I shall follow, better to master one method than jump from one to another. First two days of bets I have met my 2.5% daily target, the journey has begun.
    Cheers
    Gary

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    GlennBautovich says:

    Hi Gav. I am a newbie still working my way through the wealth of fantastic info and methods in HRP. I’m glad I’m a life member because it may take me that long to master everything!! One thing I can’t find is the Bet Builder Pro for the Aussie site. Also is there any chance that you can send me copies of the Platinum worksheet and other docs that are not protected in EXCEL. I don”t have Excel, but use Open Office which can open the docs. but doesn’t allow me to enter data in them.

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      GavSummerhill says:

      Hi Glenn, it’s good to hear from you. If you send a support ticket in regarding the Excel docs. Bet Builder Pro should be on Todays Races and in Method Suite for Aussie site? Best, Gav

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    GlennBautovich says:

    Hi Gav. Thanks for your speedy reply. I have logged a support ticket. I thought I saw somewhere where you could manually enter the percentages you required for finding the races most suitable for favourites (40% ???). Has the system progressed whereby these are no longer necessary in Betbuilder.

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      GavSummerhill says:

      Hi Glenn, Yes all of that can still be done in Bet Builder facility on Todays Races. Otherwise, you may need to screenshot or give me more details as to your point here? If you follow Mighty Tosh from today, I am using 40% Fav races and positive LSP races all using the very feature you are pointing at here, Bet Builder. Best, Gav

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