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Bookmakers dislike Placepot bets. There is a good reason for this. They can't set the odds. They have to pay out winners at the level of returns set by the Tote   Placepot Profit

The Placepot is a bet that most punters do for fun. Hoping to get a winner or placed horse in each race at a meeting. By using a clever system you can increase your odds dramatically and consistently do better than the average punter

The Tote Placepot is without doubt one of the best bets in horse racing. Quite often the level of returns in relation to the stake placed is completely out of proportion to the level of chance of the bet being successful.

The Tote Placepot bet is accepted for any horserace meeting at which a "Tote Placepot" pool operates. Whether you bet most days or just on Saturdays, a Placepot bet is a smart investment to make!

To win the Placepot you have to select a horse to be placed in each of the first six races at a meeting. You can nominate more than one horse in each race creating 'perms'. It is this permutation strategy that makes the Placepot such a good bet. In the Placepot up to four horses can be placed in a race, so if you have more than one selection in each race, you could find more than one horse being placed. Hence a perm can easily produce multiple winning lines.

To enable everyone to take advantage of this, and to help you achieve big returns for comparatively small stakes, the author of the system created a methodical approach to placing daily Placepot bets. Last year it produced a success rate of 26%. In other words it won one out of every four placepots. When you consider that some Placepots return several hundreds pounds (and even £1000 +) to a £1 stake, you will understand just how profitable this system is.

It is a very easy system to use and does not require large stakes. You can even use this system for as little as £3.60. But look at the potential returns.

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