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Old 10-03-2019, 08:48 AM   #1
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Brohamer Model Results

Has any active member reported on their findings (modeling) of the
key factors. Such as VDC, BLBL RX+ etc. ?
Anxiously awaiting any such report.
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Old 10-03-2019, 09:17 AM   #2
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Hi gillb. I use Brohamer models for all the tracks I play but dist and surface. Since the model is based on the handicapping of each person no one elses' work will help you. I only
play 1 track a day so it's easy for me to update my models in real time.
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Old 10-03-2019, 10:25 AM   #3
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As Tim says The factors you are looking for are pace line specific.
My models on VDC BLBL and RX are going to be very different then somebody who picks pace lines differently
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Old 10-03-2019, 02:26 PM   #4
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Bill, is that model you made once (2017/2018?) which had ~900 races in it based on automatic paceline selection?

If so, it counts as 'paceline-independent' since thee is no user judgement or selection involved: you just let the software choose the line and bet and make models accordingly.

If not (i.e. you made paceline judgements), then your comment above applies.

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That is correct Ted I had forgot about that model. Yes, I was on full automatic never changing a paceline with many tracks included. I will try and dig it up
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I am tracking only Belmont at this time. One thing I have found interesting is that I add four factors together to get a line score. I have found that by adding the ranking of v/dc, csr,pl and bpp i easily eliminate horses. with less than 8 horses in the field, use a line score less than 20. With a field of 8 or more use a line score of less than 20. this will get the winner around 85% of the time. I use the automatic pace selector.
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That is correct Ted I had forgot about that model. Yes, I was on full automatic never changing a paceline with many tracks included. I will try and dig it up
I'll look for it too and post if I can find.

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Bill, is that model you made once (2017/2018?) which had ~900 races in it based on automatic paceline selection?

If so, it counts as 'paceline-independent' since thee is no user judgement or selection involved: you just let the software choose the line and bet and make models accordingly.

If not (i.e. you made paceline judgments), then your comment above applies.

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Hello All my Pace and Cap friends

Here is a RDSS model combining a few models I have gathered for awhile
I have over 1600 races I would say 90 percent are " AS IS" using the RDSS default settings with the best of last 3 perceptor. If a line were changed it was almost always to a more comparable distance or surface

I have merged all my models into Dorianmodes nifty spread sheet with the filters on top from this post:
http://paceandcap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=12493

Here is my spreadsheet:
Filterable profile with data at top Bill V data.xlsx

Last edited by Bill V.; 10-13-2019 at 01:32 PM. Reason: attached spreadsheet (1.55 Mb)
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