Punter To Professional In 30 Days.

Punter To Professional In 30 Days.

30daysIs one month really long enough to get used to using the software? Now I’m not just saying this to make sure I get another months subscription out of new members. I’m asking the question which you should be asking yourselves before you actually press the add to cart button next time around.

If anything is worth investing in then surely you need to allow that investment, whether it’s time, money or skill to develop and then flourish. Of course along the way there will be errors, frustrations, highs and low, and maybe some nail biting thrown in for good measure, but life is not all about the end product it’s about how we get there. Sometimes you can be so blinded by the end result that you miss the actual ride.

Think of it this way, how many driving lessons did you take before you took your Driving Test, 10, 20, 80?, you see for some people it may have been a few, for others a lot more. We all are good at certain skills and not so good at others, some men can iron a crisp white shirt, for others it end up looking like an old sock that’s been lying at the bottom of the washing basket for a week. The question you need to ask yourself is are you giving yourself enough practises to pass before you quit?

How long did it actually take you to go from Newbie, to Novice to Advanced in your driving career? I’m guessing a while.

Are you been too hard on yourself when it comes to expecting instant success? Are you blaming other people, the weather, lady luck or the missus? “If you already call the missus lady luck then good on ya”

Either way I’m here as you’re… let’s call me your “assistant”. I don’t like the word teacher due to the fact it reminds me of school to much which in turn reminds me of boring lessons of little interest on my part apart from Maths and Art, maybe some English from time to time.

I certainly don’t mind doing all I can to help guide you along the road to seeing success at the end of it. Unlike some people within this market who keep the mystic ball stashed in a cupboard at the bottom of the stairs carefully wrapped in a Tesco’s shopping bag. For me if I have extra information which I think might benefit some or all then I’m going to share it with you. It does not cost me anything apart from maybe a little time which I could be spending practising ironing my shirts. To actually collect all the information together and make it read able is a small price to pay on my behalf.

You see I’ve been giving a great deal of thought lately to how members use the software and how they consume the information they are presented with, and I think I can improve a great deal of what we are trying to do. By doing this I’m sure I can get you to where you want to be in terms of sports betting. How I’m going to do this is not important at the moment but rest assured I will do it and soon.

eventsThinking about how you can find profitable ways to use the Software should be one of your main focuses whether you are successful using it already or not. Identifying areas you are not successful in is of less importance than areas which you are successful in. This may sound a little strange so let me explain.

Most footballers have one foot which they either prefer or in most cases can only use. Now what they tend to focus on is making their preferred foot better by practising every day. Now other footballers maybe adept at using both feet, we call these show off’s, however just because one foot is better than the other doesn’t mean the other is any less important. It also doesn’t mean that there is no reason why you cannot practice with the less favoured foot to bring it up to a standard to almost equal your preferred foot.

For those who think I’ve finally lost the plot it’s really quite simple. Work on bringing you current or favoured method up to scratch, to achieve a higher level of success, refine it, make it greater, then once you succeed in doing this you can work on developing other weaker areas until you have something else in your armoury to fall back on. Once you manage to do the hard work the first time around there is no reason why you cannot do it again and again. Once you get to the stage where you can use both skill sets then you’re in a much greater position compared to the average punter out there.

“We Created A Form Reading Tool, So Use It”

I love getting emails from members, especially the ones who ask questions or want to learn more. I must admit within the members group we have what I like to call the members core. Core members are something of a rare bread these days, I hear little from them, they are a small yet solid group, they keep themselves to themselves, but they are always watching, always listening and always up to date. They log into the Software almost every day (and yes I can check) and most of them have been with me for a long time. They understand racing and they know what suits their particular race needs.

The reason I mention them is for this reason, I admire them, and the reason is because they help me to understand which direction I need to take in order to protect the needs of current or future members. These core members didn’t just wake up one day and start betting at the bookies, actually maybe they did but I’m guessing whichever way they got started they did it for one if not two reasons;

Reason Number 1: To Win Money.

Reason Number 2: For A Love Of Racing.

Being passionate about your chosen career, sport or hobby will get you a long way even if you’re missing a few key ingredients, mix in some skill and a will to learn and you’re certainly on the right path. You see these core members didn’t suddenly become advanced bettors, it took them years not weeks or months. I myself am in my 8th year and still learning still developing, looking for new ways to develop my skill set to find other methods within methods to explore what others may have missed.

My point is, if you’re in racing or any sports betting for the fact you must win money and quickly then please leave now. It’s not possible, maybe dropping that extra Christmas weight and becoming a Jockey would suit you best. But if your here to learn and to fine tune your current skill set no matter how little your experience, then you have come to the right place and without a doubt 2011 will be the year you finally get the answers you’ve been looking for.

Having the software or any other product for a month and either giving up or simply saying it’s not working for me sometimes needs to be questioned, is this a true reflection on the product or are you just looking for the next new shiny toy in the box?

set your imagination freeMembers use the software differently with different results, there are no right or wrong answers, its intended to suit every ones needs, within this flexibility lie’s its strength.

One of the key factors here is that having a tool at your disposal which not only saves time and effort but also shows you the horses with the best ratings figures in a particular race, there past and current patterns, there statistics over filters and conditions has to be looked at in greater detail, first glance simply isn’t enough.

Start thinking outside the box and great things can happen. Racing is not just about winning and losing, it has to be about so much more. It’s just not as clear cut or ready to be defined as two opposite ends of the spectrum.

Let me know what you think, I’m always happy to hear from you 🙂

Talk Soon
Betting Software Guy

Betting Software Guy

Here at iRace Vision, you’ll find a recollection of the BSG as he’s known (Betting Software Guy) thoughts and opinions based on  professional experience regarding subjects and issues that are of interest to us all in the horse racing environment. Initially the blog was established as a means of bringing help and advice to people in a interesting way. BSG is passionate about horse racing, and has gone from novice punter to self taught pro, software developer and owner over the last 15 years. His main focus is to provide his members with the best quality horse racing software and racing advice, he has a tendency to make a lot of video tutorials and has developed a number of methods and free training over the years. If his head is not stuck in a book or reading horses form, or working on new ways to find more winning selections then he aint happy. You may find him at the race course from time to time or occasionally horse riding, however his days or ever hoping to become a jockey were delivered a cruel blow when he was introduced to the world of pastry at a young age. Feel free to take a look around and leave a comment, you can contact the BSG on the details below. 

6 thoughts on “Punter To Professional In 30 Days.


I run a Horse Racing/Sports Betting website called http://www.betcatalyst.com and used to be a trader for a large bookmaker. I’m also based in Newcastle.

Just wondering if it may be worth meeting up for a coffee to discusss if we can be of any help to each other?



    Betting Software Guy

    Hi Richard. Thanks for the contact, if you can send me some more information with an idea of what you have in mind and I’ll be more than happy to meet up with you for a coffee. Cheers


I think the software is a great tool, but it does take time
to understand its potential for profitable backing and laying bets.
In fact it has got so much potential that it may become confusing
as to what is the best stratergy to deploy with it.
Thanks for the software and I intend to carry on learning about it.

    Betting Software Guy

    Hi Don appreciate the comments and myself and the team actually have some very specific plans to guide and existing members to understand it’s full potential, during a planned 30 day training material, hence the title of the blog post, we have much, much more to come this year and it’s going to be very exciting 🙂


is there a free trial please to test it

cheers frank

    Betting Software Guy

    Hi Frank thanks for the email, the membership is currently closed and won’t be open again for some time, however when we do open we have a 30 day no questions asked refund policy for total piece of mind. I hope you enjoyed the post, have a great weekend. 🙂

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