IntroductionThis chapter turns the clock back to the events leading to the birth of The OMH "Betting Situation" concept.
Proof of the PuddingProof of the Pudding is a statistical analysis of the two hundred and thirty (230) Past Performance Charts illustrated in the 22 Betting Situation Chapters.
Betting Situation TermsThis chapter is a glossary and description of the twenty two Betting Situation terms typical called "angles" in race track lingo.
Niel DeLeo and "First Flash"Chapter 5 introduces The OMH Worksheet and Neal Deleo's successful introduction to First Flash and The OMH Worksheet.
Dennis DuffyBob Summers graciously permitted reproducing his article describing how Dennis Duffy won a handicapping tournament keying in on Jockey Changes and Trainer Stats before the introduction of the OMH Betting Situation concept.
It's in the DRFThe OMH Concept does not re-invent the wheel and is based on using all the readily available and easily accessible information from the DRF to avoid overlooking valuable information to make an informed wagering decision. This chapter reviews how to read the DRF section by section.
Prepping the DRF & MoreThe OMH handicapping concept espouses doing your homework in advance and not between races. This chapter discusses setting up the before digging into the Past Performance charts.
Using the Betting Situation WorksheetThe OMH Worksheet is the nuts and bolts of The OMH handicapping concept. It avoids overlooking valuable handicapping information by creating a picture of a race on a single sheet of paper. An in depth description of how to use the Worksheet is contained in this chapter.
The Twenty-Two Betting SituationsChapters Ten (10) through Thirty One (31) provide a through explanation of each of the 22 Betting Situations accompanied by easy to follow Past Performance charts graphically illustrating each of the 22 Situations chapter by chapter.
Money ManagementThe flip side of being a good handicapper is money management and intelligent wagering. This chapter discusses the relationship between handicapping and betting and offers suggested reading material to acquire winning money management and wagering habits.