Category: DAQMAN

DAQMAN Sun: Betting Secrets

TOMORROW AND EVERY DAY: DAQMAN SHARES HIS SECRETS: Look out for DAQMAN 1-2-3, a full racing guide of facts and figures on the search for value, what not to do, how to find winners hidden in the form and when they’re staring you in the face. Every day in BETDAQ Tips.

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DAQMAN Sat: The 2020 Virtual Grand National

COMPUTER IS KING ON THE DAY THE NATIONAL COURSE FELL SILENT: Daqman paints this Grand National scene today: ‘It doesn’t seem real, sitting round the fire to watch the National on a sunshine weekend. It doesn’t seem real as your horse lines up with no crowd, no bookies.. and no false start! That’s because it’s all happening by computer. It isn’t real. It’s virtual. But it’s all we have for now. Take care.’

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DAQMAN Fri: Fortune Cookies Named

FORTUNE COOKIES: MAGNIFICENT SEVEN JUMP STARS: Goodbye to all that for now but the future is filled with a fine crop of horses. Jumps racing was officially suspended in Britain until July 1 by the BHA yesterday. The HRI made the same decision in Ireland earlier in the week. Daqman looks to the future with seven super Fortune Cookies which will start the 2020/21 season.

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DAQMAN Thu: Virtually A Grand National

HERE’S WHAT’S JUMPING IN THE COMPUTER RACE: Racing moves from reality into the virtual, as Horse Racing Ireland announces an end to the Jumps season, with cancellation of Fairyhouse and Punchestown, while ITV reveals its racecard for a simulated running of the Grand National by computer at racetime on Saturday when the real thing would have been run.

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DAQMAN Weds: Best of the best?

THE GRAND NATIONAL CHAMPIONS OF THE 21st CENTURY: Here’s the feast of modern star names from 2000 to 2019 which join Daqman’s 20th-century heroes in yesterday’s column for the computer card of champions, with the final field to be chosen by ITV. ‘Race’ to be run on Saturday alongside a simulation of this year’s big race lost, which Daqman researches in the rest of the week.

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DAQMAN Tues: Resumption plans drawn up

ALL-WEATHER TRACKS KEY TO ‘CARNIVAL RACING’ RESUMPTION: Plans for racing’s resumption on AW tracks only in May, with the Classics in sequence on turf from June onwards, are revealed by Daqman today in what he calls a ‘carnival-style racing scheme without spectators and behind closed-doors.’

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DAQMAN Mon: The National Champions

PICK YOUR FIELD OF THE GREAT AINTREE WINNERS: Who was the greatest Grand National winner? ITV1 will show a simulated race of champions on Saturday, but which horses should comprise the field? Who were the great jumpers, fastest winners, repeat winners and placed horses? Who were the top trainers and jockeys? Today and tomorrow Daqman presents his ABC guide of winners from 1950 to 2020, and why they must ‘run’ in the race..

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DAQMAN Sun: Keeping stable

THE SECRETS OF WINNER-FINDING: There’s been one week of Daqman’s winner-finding series (about horses, hype and trainers so far). The series will resume after Grand National week with betting tips and a guide to value hunters.

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DAQMAN Sat: The Computer National

VIRTUAL GRAND NATIONAL ON TV NEXT SATURDAY: The Grand National will be ‘run’ next Saturday. But the race, of the 40 most likely to have been there for real, will be on computer in a simulation proposed by ITV1, using algorithms and animation to recreate the world’s greatest race.

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DAQMAN Fri: SECRETS OF WINNER-FINDING PART 4

SECRETS OF WINNER-FINDING PART 4: THE TRUTH ABOUT TRAINERS: To know your horse you need to know your trainer: you rely on the horse’s form but you must also rely on the stable to get the best out of him. There’s more to come on this subject next week, but we start today with the suggestion: rate the trainers as well as the horses.

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DAQMAN Thurs: SECRETS OF WINNER-FINDING PART 3

SECRETS OF WINNER-FINDING PART 3: DAQMAN LAMBASTS THE HYPE: Daqman has strong views, sometimes controversial, that are needed if you are to define your betting as ‘profitable’. You must look for weaknesses in the horse and errors by your fellow punter. He says: ‘The one thing you must not do is fall prey to hype by the Press and the TV commentators who are looking for something smart to say in this bloggers paradise of the ‘2,000 experts’. Use it in your favour.’

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