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Old 09-10-2018, 01:53 PM   #1
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Coupled Entries and BLBL


When you have coupled entries in your BL/BL, especially within the Top 5/Top 6, do you keep them as they are? Or, do you take the lower tier of the entry, hide (since you're getting 2-for-1 anyway), and bring another horse into the mix? Personally, I've kept them in to preserve the integrity of my readout.
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Old 09-10-2018, 02:16 PM   #2
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Hi Tim. I leave both in for the same reason.
Trust but verify
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Old 09-10-2018, 02:38 PM   #3
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Hello Jeebs / Tim
When I first started,Doc had me hiding low odds horses. This was called wager capping.
The idea was to take out of the picture low odds horses , So that now after hides longer priced horse made up the top 3 tiers of BL B L or VDC
IN THAT light if I had a entry in my top tiers of BLBL , I would eliminate the lower rated
half of the entry, The reason w as I had the entry covered and I again was elevating another
long odds horse
THESE days I don't hide horses RDSS has many ways that are more efficient
I have the race down to win contenders by the time I get to the BLBL or Rx screen So I just move the weaker of the entry down to TIM, in the money only
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