Web TV Broadcast #2: Geegeez Gold Racecards and Form Tools

[REPLAY] The Racecards & Form Tools Web TV Show

Last night, I broadcast the second in a series of four web TV shows. The quartet aims to help geegeez.co.uk readers - now viewers - get to grips with the power housed inside Geegeez Gold. And, also, to improve as punters in a more general sense.

The first one, recorded last Sunday evening, was on the general approach to betting and can be watched here.

Last night's show is viewable directly in this page from the link below. In it, I cover:

- Racecard icons and customization
- When to use the breeding/sales icon
- What to look for with the trainer icon
- How H2H can help understand the 'hierarchy of the herd'
- How to slice and dice trainer, jockey and sire performance history
- Proximity form as an alternative to finishing position
- Setting up Instant Expert, and the limited data red box trap
- Pace, especially setups to be aware of
- Draw on the all weather, and those advantaged and disadvantaged
- and a fair bit more besides

It's bang on 90 minutes long, and you don't need to watch it all in one sitting; but I recommend you watch it. I think it will improve your understanding of our awesome Gold toolkit. Click the video below and take notes!

Matt

p.s. you can use the full screen 'square' icon bottom right on the recording to increase the size of the video box.

 

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11 replies
  1. durbeyfield says:

    Hi Matt,
    I just wanted to say how much I am enjoying the geegeez site it is indeed a breath of fresh air in this business, I have been a member of many other similar sites but none come up to this there is so much information in here & you teach it so well; since joining my understanding & success rate has improve enormously I am really looking forward to my betting future along side you & know I will never have to look elsewhere in the future, many thanks Adrian.

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    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Thanks so much, Adrian, that really is very kind.

      I’m so pleased to read of the success – and improved confidence – of some of our newer members, and on a personal level it is very rewarding to be able to try to help out where I can.

      Thanks again for your generous comments.

      Matt

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  2. Steve40 says:

    Hi Matt
    Thanks for the amazing work.
    Attention to detail is second to none with so much data at your Fingertips, studying the Race Cards becomes a pleasure armed with so many angles.
    Being a Gold Member was the best move i made & look forward to your next instalment of ever improving Geegeez.

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    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Thanks a million, Steve, that’s fantastic to hear. Really very much appreciated.

      Matt (on behalf of the team here)

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  3. northern says:

    Hi Matt
    I’ve had access to the racecards for several years and thought I had a good grasp of them. Having watched the video I was surprised to find I learnt a quite a number of things that will be very useful going forward. Well done and many thanks.
    Pete

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  4. thewaiter says:

    watched it twice ( so far ) , excellent video Matt, thanks for posting and I look forward to the next 2

    Kevin

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  5. henry28 says:

    Hi Matt,
    Refined my method recently and after watching these first 2 video’s started to included pace/draw in my selections. After 6 days and 21 runners I am up 24 points with 4 winners (10/1, 9/2, 6/1, 10/3) and 3 ew (14/1, 33/1, 25/1).
    So much more satisfying to pick out your own winners than blindly following tipsters!

    Reply
    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Thanks a lot for the comment, Henry, and I’m really pleased to hear that the draw and pace angle is improving your approach.

      I’m totally with you on the satisfaction of finding your own picks.

      Great stuff!
      Matt

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  6. neil francis says:

    Just catching up with this, great stuff Matt, very enjoyable and teaching me plenty even though iv’e been on site for quite a while now.
    More, please.

    Reply

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