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  1. coacht
    11-11-2020 08:04 PM
    Hey Chuck

    Nice story today. You indicated you live in Westminster. I live in Rockville MD. Are you still in the building business? I’m retired but I was in insurance and wrote professional liability insurance for contractors rendering design/build services.

    I did see where you won in 2012 tournament at Laurel and then went to New Orleans. That is great you must be a really good handicapper.

    I don’t use RDSS and use some older programs as well.

    Which Sartin program do you find the best?

  2. CEW
    05-13-2014 07:58 PM
    HI Don......I don't know my way around this site. After I read your post, I thought it would be good to get in touch, but I didn't know how to do that. Then I saw you sent this message. Then I realized I could send this message as well.

    Anyway, let me know if you are going to the Black Eyed Susan day at Pimlico on Friday. My business partner and I take some of our subcontractors each year and have a table in the Clubhouse (we are house builders). I don't have any extra tickets, but if you are going, give me a call and we'll hook up down there. I'm at 410.967.5619.

    Call regardless if you like. Or email at Chuck@BostonBuildersInc.com.

    I've been with the Sartin Methodology since 1987, if you can believe that. I've never been a full time player, but I get into it and know quite a bit about the method. I've read every Follow-Up and have them all. I'm a Sartin guy through and through, you could say. I play more than one horse to win most of the time and I do not care about mainstream handicapping. I don't care about jockey, trainer, weight, days off, trainer moves, trips, post position or any of that.

    I don't use RDSS because I like the old velocity programs and velocity is ingrained in me. They may not tell you, but the original concepts of the Sartin Mehodology are worked into every program, even the most advanced. They all work and its just up to the player to get whatever program it is into his bones.

    Contenders have always been my worst problem. Pacelines seem to be easy. Following that, its decision making (the model, of course). Some guys are afraid to bet. That's not one of my problems !

    Probably my high point in handicapping was winning the fall of 2012 MD Jockey Club Tournament at Laurel. That got me a seat in the World Series at the Orleans in Vegas. I can tell you more about that later. But I've been pretty competitive in that tournament mainly because I bet more than one horse to win. Its a real money format with no minimum bet. So spreading out on two or three horses allows for a certain 'velocity' of winners throughout the day, and therefore building up a bankroll follows with that. I've also busted out of it, of course, so I've been at the top and the bottom.

    You say you've been on it for a year. I'm interested in what you think about it. Handicapping with the Sartin method is like looking down at the racetrack from another mountain top....like a whole different view.

    Best regards,

  3. CaptDon100
    05-13-2014 02:13 PM
    Hey, Im in Fells Point, its good to meet you. I say Pimlico is my home track, but I never do well there. I still go, its close. I like Larel better and its nicer there.
    How long have you been Handicapping with Pace and RDSS. Its been a year for me
    and still have a lot to learn.


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