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Purchasing the $2,200 dog racing method today

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Today is a big day for me. I've waited over a year to buy this method. I called the owner of the method and asked him if he could reduce the price from 2,700. He agreed to sell it for 2200 bucks. We had an interesting 10 minut conversation.

Based on the little information I've got, it relies on narrowing down the plays to just one qualified play out of 12 races. It relies on the 1st and 2nd dog that reaches the 1/8th call, and becomes the star dog. I don't know too much about dog racing, but he proved it works around 70% of the time in all tracks around the country.

A representative from Greyhound magazine followed him around for 90 days taking notes, and he grossed 158,000 bucks. His original winning bets and receipts from the tracks are in a glass showcase in Las Vegas. Anyone wanting to see the proof can request them from him, as he made copies of the originals. He also has a 1 million dollar challenge for anyone to disprove his claims.

When I receive it in a few days, I'll let everyone kno how it works out after studying the method. Although I cannot indulge in any of the specifics, I will try my best to show proof of it's success, without revealing the secrets.

Wish me luck. This day is the beginning of the rest of my life, for the better I hope.


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    Posted: April 15, 2010, 3:41 pm - IP Logged

    Good luck Joker... let us know how you make out.

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      Posted: April 15, 2010, 3:43 pm - IP Logged

      Yeah Joker GOOD LUCK..I lived in Fla for 20 years from 1973 till 1993 and played the dogs a lot and trust me you will need GOOD LUCK..I hope you win big..

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        Well Jocker, it's time to wish you good fortune with your new TRC  plan Hurray!

        As a potential adjunct to the TRC it may be of help for you to know of two eclectic authors:

        1.  Jack Gillen's published "The Key to Speculation For Greyhound Dog Racing" (has & is  publishing very serious results)

        2.  Master Kemo Li of Hawaii's "Greyhound Racing Methodologies" (including quinella)

         

        Best of the Best Wishes for $$$ Success

        EddessaKnight Sun Smiley

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        I sell nothing, I am posting same in the spirit of 'pro bono publico'


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          Well Jocker, it's time to wish you good fortune with your new TRC  plan Hurray!

          As a potential adjunct to the TRC it may be of help for you to know of two eclectic authors:

          1.  Jack Gillen's published "The Key to Speculation For Greyhound Dog Racing" (has & is  publishing very serious results)

          2.  Master Kemo Li of Hawaii's "Greyhound Racing Methodologies" (including quinella)

           

          Best of the Best Wishes for $$$ Success

          EddessaKnight Sun Smiley

          PS:

          I sell nothing, I am posting same in the spirit of 'pro bono publico'

          Looks like you know your stuff. I'll check out the others you mentioned. I have only basic knowledge about dog racing. I will strive to make this a journey of experience. Afterall, knowledge is power.

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            Good Luck Horseshoe!Here's wishing you the best of luck!

            Based on what you said so far, it is going to take a lot of disipline on your part.  I have never been much for sitting at the track and waiting for the opportune moment.  Although I had a buddy that could do it - and he had streaks of 50+ winning days several times.  Those were horses and not dogs though.


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              Good Luck Horseshoe!Here's wishing you the best of luck!

              Based on what you said so far, it is going to take a lot of disipline on your part.  I have never been much for sitting at the track and waiting for the opportune moment.  Although I had a buddy that could do it - and he had streaks of 50+ winning days several times.  Those were horses and not dogs though.

              Oh no....

              This will be done via internet. Maybe multi-tracks simultaneously. There's a company that is number one in online services involving the dog races around the country. I think they're called "Rosnet".

              I refuse to go to my local track based on my roommate's advice. Dogs that are low grade dogs.

              At any event, this method will probably NOT involve any contemporary attempts of beating the system, and is soley unique. I believe this whole heartedly.


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                Good Luck Horseshoe!Here's wishing you the best of luck!

                Based on what you said so far, it is going to take a lot of disipline on your part.  I have never been much for sitting at the track and waiting for the opportune moment.  Although I had a buddy that could do it - and he had streaks of 50+ winning days several times.  Those were horses and not dogs though.

                Yes, you are correct. A lot of discipline.

                I don't mind one bit. Whatever it takes.

                I have to do what I have to do.

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                  Best of luck Joker!


                                                               
                                       
                                                           

                   

                   

                   

                   

                                                                                                                     

                  "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"

                                                                                                              --Edmund Burke

                   

                   


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                    Good Luck Horseshoe!Here's wishing you the best of luck!

                    Based on what you said so far, it is going to take a lot of disipline on your part.  I have never been much for sitting at the track and waiting for the opportune moment.  Although I had a buddy that could do it - and he had streaks of 50+ winning days several times.  Those were horses and not dogs though.

                    Here's wishing you the best of luck!

                    I forgot to say Thank You.


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                      Best of luck Joker!

                      Them is fighting words....


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                        Best of luck Joker!

                        Hee Hee...You axed me if I loved you........

                        Yes. I love you too.

                        Hee Haw ! 

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                          Hee Hee...You axed me if I loved you........

                          Yes. I love you too.

                          Hee Haw ! 

                          I just threw up a little in my mouth, lol.


                                                                       
                                               
                                                                   

                           

                           

                           

                           

                                                                                                                             

                          "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"

                                                                                                                      --Edmund Burke

                           

                           


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                            WWWWD?

                            What Would Walt Whitman Do?

                             

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                              WWWWD?

                              What Would Walt Whitman Do?

                               

                              Ordinarily he would compose some poetry.

                              But he hasn't been composing for some time now.

                              In fact, for over a hundred years now, he's only been decomposing.


                                                                           
                                                   
                                                                       

                               

                               

                               

                               

                                                                                                                                 

                              "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"

                                                                                                                          --Edmund Burke