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Honest Abe
02-16-2018, 06:41 PM
The topic of the thread is Handicapping Software, hence my post.

Wouldn't information on a new handicapping software be of benefit to users here, especially one that works? It is, after all, a horse racing message board, where other horse racing software programs are being discussed.

I would have been glad to discuss the merits of the program without the interference.

02-16-2018, 06:55 PM
Quit while you're ahead. It wasn't just me that concluded someone who is new and whose first post is heavily promoting a commercial handicapping program that nobody has really heard of - is in fact financially connected to the sale of such program in some way.

We've been around 18+ years...we weren't born yesterday.

Plenty of people talk about commercial handicapping programs on here...they just aren't connected to the company in some way.

Thanks for the hoot though...

02-16-2018, 06:57 PM

Go down to the 7th paragraph in,
Terms Of Service

"Please note that blatant unapproved advertisements, chain letters, pyramid schemes, and solicitations are very inappropriate on this forum."

Pensacola Pete
02-21-2018, 05:54 PM
I would have been glad to discuss the merits of the program without the interference.

It costs money to run this site. That's why those who profit from the selling of software and/or services are required to pay for the privilege of advertising same. To let somebody hawk their software for free is unfair to those who pay to do so.

I found the deleted post on Google, went to the site, and poked around a bit there and on Ebay. The very scant bit of information provided makes it look like another reinvention of the "Monte Carlo probability" wheel, and if it's using speed figures as its mainstay, it will end up with a 0.85 ROI, if that.