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Kelly Criterion - Horse Racing
The Kelly Criterion is a money management and dutching system that is designed to maximize the growth of your bankroll over the long term. Put another way, it ...
Handicapping Resources Menu - Horse Racing - About.com
The Kelly Criterion is a money management and dutching system that is designed to maximize the growth of your bankroll over the long term. Share ...
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Kelly Criterion for Gambling Money Management - Casino Gambling
What the Kelly Criterion is and how to use the formula to manage your gambling bets.
Money Management For Sports Bettors - Sports Gambling - About.com
Learn how professional sports gamblers manage their money. Includes a description of the Kelly Criterion and suggests a viable alternative.
Measuring & Managing Investment Risks - International Investing
Of course, the major hurdle with applying the Kelly Criterion is assessing the probability that a given trade will result in a positive return (A). The measurement is ...
Five Tips for Maximizing Your Poker Income - Casino Gambling
This is similar to the Kelly Criterion's ability to maximize your profits, and you'll keep from going broke, even if you don't win too many sessions. Tip Number Two : ...
Gambling Money Management - Casino Gambling - About.com
Kelly Criterion · How to use the Kelly Criterion to determine your bet size. Share. Use Note Software to Track Gaming Sessions · How to manage your gambling ...
The Three Keys to Poker Success - About.com
After that, you either need a decent understanding of the Kelly Criterion, or you can go to bankrolltools.com, enter your game and win rate and see what kind of ...
Gambling Systems - Casino Gambling - About.com
A good rule of thumb for players using a Kelly Criterion type of wagering system is to bet either their current edge, or perhaps 1 percent. Suppose the card ...
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