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But you are going to lose your little behind following this type of strategy, and If you are playing three horses in each race, for example, a $3 Pick 3 will cost you.


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Pick up just about any book or essay on the subject of wagering on horse races and chances are pretty high the author will tell you the Pick 3 is a great wager.


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A Pick 3 is when a bettor selects the winner in three consecutive races, before the first race in the sequence To win the bet, all three horses must win their race. But getting there takes an astute handicapper and a good wagering strategy.


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One of the best exacta strategies ever!

My tipTry to avoid the publc choice favorite in first leg. Most likely because the fav was overbet in the feature.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Ive actually missed the pick 3 and made a few hundred on nice exactas this way. I need to have a single where I can maximize my profits or I'm not playing. Always keep the chaos factor in the back of your mind, sometimes racing just doesn't make any sense, and that will bring you big prices. When you can beat a public single, or single a race where the public has to spread, you have a big advantage. Maidens going long,wide open allowance race,usually turf races work for me. Look it up, it was on Derby day when I was at Woodbine. Go deep. Use any horse you like very hard if its over and not a program pick. I'm only learning now that groups buy these Pick 6 tickets together as a team like how office workers chip in for the weekly office lottery pool. Good Luck Hoof has provided good advice above. Often your payouts will be really good, and you can throw an extra 20 or 30 on some good exactas or even all on another horse to win or what not. Those that advocate multiple tickets with singles on every ticket would not win anything if their third choices win all three legs. If you're playing a pick 4 or 5, be aware of potentially changing track conditions between the tme of your wager and the last race or two. Thank you very much, I really appreciate this. Usually two of the races you can only go 1 or 2 deep. Good Luck. At that time, from what I did remember on the DVD it just sounded way too expensive to make multiple tickets so I never bothered with it. I'll start with Pick 3 and am very grateful that Woodbine introduced it to us on May 17th. With P3's, i usually use 3 horses per leg, i use the favorite as the first pick, a contender with value, and a longshot. On paper this looks like a very good strategy. Playing against the chalk in the feature is very smart, the logic of the public is that it will be the most likely winner because its the better horses. Does not pay as much but better for the psyche when you win more frequently. I need recent running lines, atleast 2 or 3 before i start investing into the P3 pools, just because a horse ran great last year doesn't mean it will run the same this year. Hopefully, I'll be able to put this system into effect sooner rather than later. For some reason it underpaid drastically. You can then make cover bets with exactas tris or sometimes even with win tickets. Don't have the book yet, but when Steven Crist gave a free seminar at Woodbine Racetrack we all received his DVD on the topic for free. This pic just showed up today on Woodbine Racetrack's website so I'm plugging the 20 cent Pick 3 and Pick 4 again because I'm addicted to them now. As for making the bets, I basically follow a spreading method like the one advocated by Steven Crist in Exotic Betting, a book you might want to check out if you haven't yet. If I have more than 2 races with 2 primary contenders I usually pass the pick 4 because that shows that I don't have a real solid opinion of the sequence. Do any of you veterans have any systems you can share to a newbie? At Woodbine for instance i don't start playing P3's until the middle of June, there are to many unknowns this time of year, horses that have been sitting on the couch all winter are very unpredictable. I only play p4's that have a 2 beatable favorites, b 2 races with longshot scenarios. I might add thru painful expierence - be warned Pick 3 and 4's are hard to hit so expect a lot of losing tickets. Then it can pay off. For my first leg I try to get a mid shot or higher and stay away from the ML favorite in the first leg since there will be a lot of folks with that ticket thru the rest of the races. Not necessarily a veteran, but I have slowly been moving toward pick 4's now, after a couple months of testing the bets on paper and finding I could hit this enough to show some profit. Thank you everyone for your tips and insight. By not "covering" the ticket you're dancing between the raindrops imo. It's never a good idea to use a single in a maiden race. Depending on the track bias and the distance and surface, those three selections can vary. When I do put in a ticket I make darn sure I'm covered. If the horse is not vulnerable from the normal handicapping angles in your opinion and is likely to win Nearly every player mentally cannot stand being "dead" after leg one in threes and fours In a paramutual contest If you still want to play and you use that favorite at say or below Having a pick three or pick four alive when both the favs have won the first two legs is a sure recepe for underlay low payouts. I have just started playing p3's as well and i have had success looking for sequences that include a single,perhaps 2 or 3 in another leg and most importantly a chaos race. I like one of my secondary picks to be in the same price range as well. I will single two legs and then spread out the other two legs with my secondary contenders. Wwhen playing a pick 4 I'm looking to ADD horses to a ticket. Horse Racing Forum - PaceAdvantage. You will not be properly compensated for the true risk you have taken. I play alot of pick3's I like to try and single or double in my first race. Hopefully, I'll get the video back soon and maybe I'll understand the content more. Like Wahoo mentioned, the longshots are the key to success, having the ability to find long priced horses is another issue. Play p4's sparingly, hit big when you do play it. It's like in HBO's show "Luck" people have to chip in and pool together with a group to make very expensive tickets to catch these big scores. Not limit the ticket cost. I'm going to try it out during live racing at Woodbine Racetrack this Sunday June 3 for our Woodbine Oaks stakes race with the 20 cent Pick 3. Thanks for the tip and hopefully I'll come out on top. I do pretty well with this stategy. However, I loaned it to a friend and he still hasn't returned it since autumn. If a should win horse is the obvious favorite, I don't play, unless the other two legs have should win horse that are long shots. A mid or longshot on the first leg will usually be a good payoff, even with favs coming in the other legs since the first leg shook off a lot of potential winning tickets. A lot of sloppy tracks can be good or fast 5 races later. Program pics kill prices as bad as if a tvg analyst has your ticket. With the recent addition of fractional wagering at Woodbine it has become inexpensive to play the P3's, but if you can't pick winners your still pissing away money. Start with doubles if you must, then move on as you progressively improve. If you wheel a ten to one shot and you get some bomb to come in second, you will be pleasantly surprised when your exacta pays more then your 2 pick payouts : Hope this helps Some might disagree and let the 2 horses ride, it depends all to me on the payouts of the pick 3's.. If I need a ticket where 4x6x5 horses could win, I don't play. The other side of the coin is that when they do pay they can be huge. I think this thins the payouts with the favorites on top of the first leg.. Ticket one has all horse that could win, ex. If you're looking for a good score on the pk I play mostly 50 cent pk3's and pk4's at the OTB, i may play them 3 or 4 times for 50 cents. Learning how to read a race and a track is key, understanding what kind of running style that particular race favors will also influence my selections. I'm pretty new to multi-races wagering. In betting pick 3's dont do the 4's as often I would say I really dont like betting the favorite in the first leg. European shippers can have a lot of value in turf races especially if they are fillys that have proven that they can beat half the field in wide open races that include males. Everyone can pick a winner, but playing the pick3's is about hitting the longshots Bet a little to win Alot. With that being said, also dont be afraid to go to the self serve machines and use the exacta power tool, and look for a wheel with some good layovers payouts. I like to leave the fav out in the first leg, get 3 or 4 in the first leg, with 3 or 4 in the 2 second leg, and try and key in 2 horses in the last. Work at being proficient in picking winners before throwing your money away on horizontal bets. Then play it 3 or 4 times. I have tried Pick 3 for a while, after some sobering stats I have reverted back to rolling daily doubles. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}View Full Version : Pick 3 and Pick 4 strategies. Try to key one race for sure Only go 4 by 4 by 4 by4 if all the legs look wide open. I will also play a ticket with all my singles for a couple of bucks in case all of my top choices win But as HoofedInTheChest mentioned, it's a good idea to practice this on paper or go back and do it on some past Forms until you find a method you are comfortable with and fits your bankroll. I am by no means a guru and generally fall on my face more often than not, and i have a really good understanding of the track at Woodbine. I suggest that you learn every last detail about the track you are playing, i like to keep records on everything, how the weather effects the track, what running styles have success in sprints or routes, trainer angles, the percentage of favorites hitting, etc If i were you i would practice on paper for awhile, it can become very costly to learn with real money.