Dec 06, 2012 01:29 AM
A wise man once said the definition of madness is doing the same thing time after time and expecting a different result. So why do Punters persist with the same selection method if it isn't making them any money?
Newly crowned Harness Pro Tipster, Frank has shown that it pays to monitor your performance and reassess your selection method if it isn't performing. Frank started tipping at theGreatTipOff.com back in 2009. By 2010 he had slumped to show a 23% loss from his harness tips. Over the 2 years since then Frank has produced a turnaround of 52 percentage points, converting his 23% loss into a 29% profit.
Frank is a self confessed harness racing lover focussing purely on Globe Derby trots as he knows the track like the back of his hand. Frank says that recording his tips at theGreatTipOff.com has enabled him to get a greater insight into how his bets fare over time and assisted his efforts to tune his selection methodology from week to week.
As a result of Frank's persistence to perfect his form analysis and selection skills, on Monday he achieved the criteria necessary to be crowmed a Pro harness tipster. After submitting 169 sonsecutive tips while in profit his win profit climbed over the required 25% profit mark. A qualification that only 3% of his peers have achieved.
One can only imagine where Frank will take things from here. After achieving a 52% turnaround over the last 2 years where will his profits be by the end of 2014? Got to be a good thing to keep your eye on.