I wish I had a nickel for every time I heard this question!
my training programs range from a low of $2,700 to $25,000
for each and I only sell or train 1 or 2 per month. I make
98% of my money playing greyhounds not training players. I
always have to laugh because if that question was asked about
all the players who bought tip sheets you would literally
be talking about hundreds of thousands of players in the USA
and overseas. It is unlikely that more than just a few of
my Pro players are playing the same live or simulcast location
(of which there are 50 plus tracks and hundreds of simulcast
locations) on the same day or night. However, if this were
to occur as rare as it is the payoff would not be significantly
if grandma or grandpa placed a $2 straight bet on the winning
combination the payoff would be reduced as much. For some
reason people think I've trained thousands of players through
the years despite that my training programs prior to 2006
were $20K and $10K and I offered no Home Study Course. The
fact is that I have only trained 100 plus players over the
past 30 years.
thousands and thousands of greyhound players playing daily
and nightly across the country and around the world, I hardly
think my hundred players or future 100 Home Study Course owners
will make any difference in the trifecta and superfecta payoffs
unless everyone decides to play the same race on the same
day or night and providing they even get the same signals
from their home location or online wagering site, the payoffs
would not be influenced in the least. Also, if I sold 50 HSC's
a year I would be introducing 50 "Pro players" into
Greyhound Racing each year. However, with the advent of "Online
Wagering" Greyhound Racing wagering sites are registering
"thousands of new players" each year while I'm sending
in "1 to 2 pro players" a month to take their money!
I have NeTTwork partners in many states around the country
and most handicap 5 to 7 tracks a day or night. At most
or simulcast track locations around the country you can play
10 to 17 tracks. However, the reality is that you simply
have the time to handicap them all.
players make $50K to $75K a year and my top players $75K to
$100K. I also had 3 players in my $100K club last year. So,
certainly my Pro players have not experienced diminished pools.
In fact, the trifecta and superfecta pools have been steadily
increasing through the years because of online wagering and
will continue to do so for many years to come.