Dave Schwartz

11-17-2011, 10:02 PM

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This is the official announcement of my new eBook, Percentages and Probabilities 2012, which will be available Christmas day, 2011.

Order Here:

http://store.thehorsehandicappingauthority.com/percentages-probabilities-2012/

What This Book Is

Think of Percentages and Probabilities, 2012, as a combination of the original, similarly-titled manuscript and Dr. William Quirin’s 1979-work, Winning at the Races. Now imagine those works on steroids.

Start with 24 ready-to-play systems. Then, for each of those individual systems, add more than 100 individual impact value tables that allow you to customize each system for your own personal use. There are over two thousand complete impact value tables. In comparison, Winning at the Races had less than 200 tables even if you count the individual "one-liner" IVs.

In addition, there are many "global" IV tables. That is, tables which are not part of a single, individual system, but instead can be applied to many of the systems. Form angles such as "The Big Win," "The Taxing Drive" and "The Z-Pattern" are a perfect examples of global IV tables because they are not system-specific.

More detail at the link.

The price of the book will be $117.

It will be MANY pages when finished. What I have already is almost 300 pages (8.5 x 11 - No double-spacing for me!).

The Pre-Release price is just $87.

This price will be available until November 30th, 2011. At that time the price will go up.

If you have a coupon, you are invited to use it. There is a lot of bang for the buck here.

In addition, there will be useful spreadsheets, with lots of cool formulas and other stuff you can use.

Special Offer for PA Members:

The first 50 people to purchase will also receive ALL of the IV Tables from the book in Excel 2003 format at no extra charge.

In addition, anyone who can get their purchase in before Overlay orders his copy, will receive my whole-hearted congratulations.

Order Here:

http://store.thehorsehandicappingauthority.com/percentages-probabilities-2012/

This is the official announcement of my new eBook, Percentages and Probabilities 2012, which will be available Christmas day, 2011.

Order Here:

http://store.thehorsehandicappingauthority.com/percentages-probabilities-2012/

What This Book Is

Think of Percentages and Probabilities, 2012, as a combination of the original, similarly-titled manuscript and Dr. William Quirin’s 1979-work, Winning at the Races. Now imagine those works on steroids.

Start with 24 ready-to-play systems. Then, for each of those individual systems, add more than 100 individual impact value tables that allow you to customize each system for your own personal use. There are over two thousand complete impact value tables. In comparison, Winning at the Races had less than 200 tables even if you count the individual "one-liner" IVs.

In addition, there are many "global" IV tables. That is, tables which are not part of a single, individual system, but instead can be applied to many of the systems. Form angles such as "The Big Win," "The Taxing Drive" and "The Z-Pattern" are a perfect examples of global IV tables because they are not system-specific.

More detail at the link.

The price of the book will be $117.

It will be MANY pages when finished. What I have already is almost 300 pages (8.5 x 11 - No double-spacing for me!).

The Pre-Release price is just $87.

This price will be available until November 30th, 2011. At that time the price will go up.

If you have a coupon, you are invited to use it. There is a lot of bang for the buck here.

In addition, there will be useful spreadsheets, with lots of cool formulas and other stuff you can use.

Special Offer for PA Members:

The first 50 people to purchase will also receive ALL of the IV Tables from the book in Excel 2003 format at no extra charge.

In addition, anyone who can get their purchase in before Overlay orders his copy, will receive my whole-hearted congratulations.

Order Here:

http://store.thehorsehandicappingauthority.com/percentages-probabilities-2012/