Author: Alex Christodoulou Nov 22, 2019 06:36 PM
Off the back of a cracking Cup week, all of Deane Lester's followers would've been singing his praises once again after a standout day on the punt last Saturday.
He steered punters into 5 winners from the 10 race Sandown card, and if you'd backed each of his tips with an even stake you would have reeled in a very tidy 99% profit on turnover (POT).
However, if you were one of the lucky few who subscribe to Deane's premium tipping package which you can exclusively access here, you would have been even happier.
That's because it contains his staking plan, which gives you unique insight into the betting mind of one of the sharpest tipsters in the game.
Even though Deane provides a winning tip for each featured race meeting within his premium package, the reality is he may not decide to have a bet on each of those tips.
Furthermore, he may believe that the best opportunity to profit is to back multiple horses in a single race. This is a popular strategy adopted by professional punters around the world.
That's why the staking plan is so valuable.
It sets out the races that he'd opt to have a bet in, as well as the selections and level of units he would outlay. Perhaps even more insightful to punters, is that it reveals which races Deane is not interested in having a bet on.
For Saturday's Sandown meeting, Deane's staking plan contained seven tips for only four races. And amongst these selections came three winners, including his highest staking bet Pretty Brazen paying $3.60 as well as Pacodali who saluted at $6.50.
Punters who followed his staking plan ended the day with a monster 139% POT.
If you'd like to get in on the act and get your hands on Lester's premium package and staking plan for Ballarat Cup day, you can do that here.
You can see which selections were included in Deane's staking plan for Sandown below.
Deane Lester cleans up at Sandown