Finding Your Contest Sweet spot

“Any fool can criticize, condemn, and complain – and most fools do.” Dale Carnegie

You may be a relatively new horseplayer or a veteran horseplayer that is new to handicapping contests or possibly experienced in both. In any case, you may heard others talk about different contest formats complaining about some while praising others and you might want to learn more about the different types of formats and why some players prefer certain formats over others and most importantly which format is the best for you. The following is an attempt to help you answer that question and maybe even learn a little bit about yourself and other horseplayers in the process.

Click here to find your contest sweet spot: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1C5iREvzOKg3ykvKR-PH_Diq_JyBIzmoY/view?usp=sharing

Christopher Larmey is the Chairman of the National Horseplayers Championship (NHC) Players Committee and a member of the NTRA NHC Hall of Fame. He is also an editor on PublicHandicapper.com and co-host along with Scott Carson on the new Public Handicapper Podcast available on iTunes and at PublicHandicapper.com

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