Fast Figs 250% Profit in the Exotics and another profitable week across the board

For the third week in a row that we have been calculating the performance of Fast Figs in the exotics we continue to see that Fast Figs can generate a profit in more bets then just using the highest Fast Fig in a win, place, or show bet. The results shown below are based on using the horse with the highest Fast Fig in the top position in each exotic wager. The horse with the 2nd highest Fast Fig is used in the second spot in the exotics. The horse with the 3rd highest Fast Fig is used in the third spot and so on. The results assume that these are straight bets and not boxed and each bet placed is $2. In cases where there are 2 or more horses that share the same Fast Fig we look to the most recent FIRE and CPR number the horse has

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Fast Figs: Which conditions at which tracks have the best results

I continue to be amazed by the ability of Fast Figs to consistently uncover winners at tracks across the country. While $2 bet on every high fast fig will consistently produce a profit over the long run I am always striving to improve on these results. This prompted me to take a deeper look at Fast Figs to see how it performs in different conditions and all of the tracks we cover. The first chart below shows us that Fast Figs does slightly better in Turf races with the best performance in Turf Sprint races. The good news is Today’s Racing Digest’s Comprehensive Performance Rating (CPR) found in the race sheets performs slightly better in Dirt races so by using them in combination with each other these numbers can be improved. All results shown in the charts below assume that a $2 bet was placed on the horse with the

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Fast Figs Continues to Crush the Exotics

For the second week in a row that we have been calculating the performance of Fast Figs in the exotics we continue to see that Fast Figs can generate a profit in more bets then just using the highest Fast Fig in a win, place, or show bet. The results shown below are based on using the horse with the highest Fast Fig in the top position in each exotic wager. The horse with the 2nd highest Fast Fig is used in the second spot in the exotics. The horse with the 3rd highest Fast Fig is used in the third spot and so on. The results assume that these are straight bets and not boxed and each bet placed is $2. In cases where there are 2 or more horses that share the same Fast Fig we look to the most recent FIRE and CPR number the horse has

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Fast Figs Crushes the Exotics and 3 weeks in a row of profitable win bets

Given the incredible success of Fast Figs being able to pick winners that produce a consistent profit week after week I thought it might be worth investigating how well they do in the Exotic wagers. The criteria used was to use the top Fast Fig in each race for the win, the 2nd high Fast Fig for the place, and so on. The results are based on straight 1-2-3-4 picks rather then boxing the top two to four horses. In the event more than one horse share the same high Fast Fig I used the CPR and/or Fire number for the race sheets to give a proper ranking. Below are the stellar results from last week’s Fast Figs. I am diving deeper into which conditions and tracks Fast Figs excels and which conditions it does not perform. I will post my results as soon as I am confident in the

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Fast Figs another week of profit!

If you handicap with the goal of making a profit then I would encourage you to take a minute to read the following article as it could (not to be dramatic) change your life! For those that have been following this series of articles on our discovery of "lightning in a bottle" the latest results through July 14 are listed below. During our regular process of monitoring the results of Today’s Racing Digest’s speed, pace, and performance figures we decided to begin including the Fast Figs in our regular audit. It’s a number we’ve had for over 30 years but haven’t given it a whole lot of thought other then we knew it was a good quality number that could assist in narrowing down the field. While running our historical results scenarios we kept seeing an abnormally high return on profit. We’ve been developing and monitoring performance figures (ours as

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Fast Fig Results Update with a question for you

Fast Figs continue to show better then expected results and we continue to add more tracks to our coverage. What’s interesting is there are some tracks where Fast Figs don’t seem to perform as well while other tracks consistently perform exceptionally well. To ensure that you are as informed as possible and we can continue to help you make good betting decisions we have run the results for the past 5 weeks and a total for those five weeks. We have divided the results into how Fast Figs performed in win, place and show bets. The percentages shown are the amount of your original bet you would have gotten back (before any track take out) if you had placed a bet on the highest Fast Fig for each race. We did not include any races where 49% or less of the horses did not have Fast Figs. As we add

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This is why you need to be using Fast Figs

Another incredible week of results with Fast Figs. Where else can you get a 112% Return on Investment? With the goal of complete transparency, below are the full results for all of the Fast Figs we published last week. I sure hope you are taking advantage of them and growing your bankroll in the process. I should mention that every week that we have been publishing Fast Figs for multiple tracks the average for all tracks has been well above 100% return on investment. The results are based on placing a $2 Win, Place or Show bet on the horse with the highest Fast Fig in the race. In the event that 2 or more horses share the high Fast Fig we will then look at Today’s Racing Digest’s race sheets and chose the one with the highest FIRE and/or CPR. If you missed it I have included my comments

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If you handicap for a profit you need to read this

During our regular process of monitoring the results of Today’s Racing Digest’s speed, pace, and performance figures we decided to begin including the Fast Figs in our regular audit. It’s a number we’ve had for over 30 years but haven’t given it a whole lot of thought other then we knew it was a good quality number that could assist in narrowing down the field. While running our historical results scenarios we kept seeing an abnormally high return on profit. We’ve been developing and monitoring performance figures (ours as well as our competitors) for almost 50 years now and have never seen a figure consistently produce a straight profit over the long haul for multiple tracks. By nature I’m a skeptic and thought it was a fluke so we kept triple checking our results and expanding our data sets. To our amazement Fast Figs continued to hold it’s ability to

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