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Follow my exploits as I try to beat the bookies, find out what I fancy, download my latest mini-systems, get the stats for the next big meeting or catch up on the latest news in the world of horseracing. It’s all here!

Bookmakers

Not all bookmakers are created equal. Some are good, some are bad and some are downright ugly! Find out which bookmaker falls into which category. Plus new account incentives, special bet offers and any other bookmaker giveaways.

Better Betting

FREE Guides for every reader! Whatever your level of betting expertise, you’re sure to find something of interest here – Finding value, speed ratings, in-running, paddock watching, staking plans, Spread – Take your betting to the next level!

Route 66

Route 66 – The Road To Cheltenham The groundbreaking NH Service that highlights 66 top race trials for Cheltenham. Trends, tips and the race’s importance in finding Festival winners. Plus result analysis to select the best Ante-Post bets.

Me and my blog

An ongoing mission to win at Life, in the Bookies and on the Poker tables!
Gambling:- They say it's a hard way to make an easy living.

I have been fascinated by horse-racing for all of my adult life (and some of my childhood) which is no surprise really as my father was a bookmaker for many years. After leaving college I went to work for Mecca bookmakers and then William Hill before setting up, in partnership with my brother, our own chain of betting shops under the name Gee & Gee Turf Accountants. From 1990 we had shops in Torquay, Paignton, Poole and Porthcawl before selling out in 2001. The next chapter of my life saw me take over the Nag Nag Nag Blog in 2008 from my great friend Matt Bisogno since when I've been regularly sharing my attempts to beat the bookies. I use stats, trends and good old fashioned 'form analysis' as the basis for all my betting and also for creating betting systems. And you can read it all for FREE on this 'ere Blog!

  • My Age

    Born in July 1968 (the year of the Monkey)

  • Dylan's age

    Our football and Minecraft mad son

  • Since July 2008

    Number of years writing this blog

  • Las Vegas

    Number of times I've played in the WSOP

I really enjoy playing poker in my spare time and would classify myself as a ‘recreational amateur’ although I have had some success on the professional circuit including a 14th place finish in the Manchester leg of the Grosvenor UK Poker Tour. I also spent part of 2012 as a sponsored player for Genting Poker representing them in tournaments in Birmingham, Edinburgh and Stoke. In June 2013 I finished runner-up in the Welsh Poker Open and 3rd in the Welsh Amateur Championships. The following year I also managed to play in a poker tournament on the hallowed turf of Wembley Stadium! Back in 2007 I achieved my poker dream when winning a seat in the $10,000 World Series of Poker Main Event in Las Vegas. I followed this up in 2015 by winning an all-expenses paid trip to Las Vegas for that year's WSOP for one of the side events.

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Featured Blog Posts

This week's featured posts come from my Cheltenham Festival review for 2015