The professional gambler at the Thoroughbred racetracks needs certain qualities of mind in order to prevail. In The Psychology of the Winning Horseplayer I analyze these qualities and suggest ways to acquire and improve them. Having a good method of selection and sound money-management skills although crucially important will not be enough to keep a horseplayer in the black during a long season at the track. What he needs are the psychological insights that will enable him to develop good control, steel discipline, and presence of mind when the pressure is on. The ideas in the twenty chapters of this book are indispensable to the gambler who intends to be in the racetrack game a long time and make substantial money along the way.
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About the Author
A professional gambler at Thoroughbred racetracks across the country for many years, the author has soaked up a lot of knowledge about what makes winning players.