We’ve all seen the websites. You know the ones… palm trees and secluded beaches, large mansion houses, convertible sports cars, and promises of massive wealth for next to no effort.
But how many of us actually believe them? Well, of course, if I was to ask you directly if you did, you’d say ‘no, don’t be silly’ (or words to that effect!)
And then, in a weak moment maybe, when times are tough and the promise of so much for so little charges through our minds eye, we are seduced by those ‘shiny objects’. We – fleetingly – believe that we can buy something and, by some sort of information osmosis, the information will be lodged in our brains.
Looking back on the Cheltenham Festival last week is a bittersweet affair.
Obviously, the racing is hard to beat anywhere in the world for its colour, competitiveness, and depth of quality. And it’s that heady cocktail of pageantry and punting that makes the Cheltenham Festival a meeting where I really want to have a crack at unraveling some of the toughest betting puzzles in the calendar.
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