The Even Finish Spot Play Method
     $90.80 Win at Parx for Even Finish Horse - Details Below

Get in on the Action & Long Shots with the dynamic Even Finish Spot Play

You can handicap a race with our Even Finish Spot Play in just 2-3 minutes, an entire card in 15-20 minutes, or let us do the work for you when you subscribe to our Selection Service

Read below details of method AND reports of terrific results from handicappers who use the method. Don’t be ‘shut out’ –from the profits ­that is, order today!

Product   Price
The Even Finish Spot Play  
Orig.: $39.95
Sale: $34.95

Averages 2 - 3 selections per track, per day

30% Win with average win mutuel of $10.02!

51% Place with average place mutuel of $5.16 & 32% ROI  

73% finish in-the-money!

If you want actionduring the workout the Even Finish spot play averages 2 - 3 selections per track, per day! Thus, based on the number of selections the method yielded during the workout, it’s likely you will certainly find action! (How you can increase mutuels.)

The main contender screen is quick, (very quick), and easy to spot.  In half a minute or so, you can screen a 10 or 11 horse field, and usually eliminate more than half the field, and then in a couple of other quick, easy to follow steps, you will find out whether or not you have a selection.

Thus far, the results and profits are excellent and very profitable!  During the workout, the win % was 30% with an average win mutuel of $10.02!  The average place mutuel was $5.16, with 51% of the selections finishing in at least 2nd place with an excellent 32% ROI!  Selections finished at least in 3rd place 73% of the time with an average mutuel of $2.98.  However, if you on claiming races only, average show mutuels rose slightly to $3.02—and the collection rate jumped to 77% and the ROI nearly doubled to 17%! 

We give you plenty of case studies of actual races we've handicapped using the Even Finish Spot Play so that you can see it in action and easily understand how to use it.You can use the Even Finish Spot Play to handicap just about any type of race. In fact, during our 3 week workout, we employed the Even Finish on all types of races:  maiden, maiden claimers, claiming, allowance, handicap and even Graded Stakes races, and the spot play came through with flying colors!  

My own, (Jon Worth), experiences with the Even Finish spot play continue to be similar to my original work, if you use the method as written, meaning you can expect an average win mutuel close to $10, with an average win % in the 28-30% range. ROI to win has continued to be near 50%. 

Place % collection rate has remained similar to the 52% in the workout, give or take a couple of points.  ROI to place has continued to be similar, within a couple of points of the 35% figure attained during the workout, with an average place mutuel of $5.
 
Show collection rates have continued to remain north of 70%, with an average show mutuel of $2.97, again, with small fluctuations, up or down by a couple of cents.
 
However, the method performs the best and most consistently when there is only one contender in a race.  Collection rates rise, (for example, show collection rates jump to over 80%, and the ROI jumps from the 11-12% range to over 20%.  Similarly, when there is onlyone qualified contender, win and place rates and their respective ROI's also skyrocket!  Average place mutuel leaps upward to $5.82!
 
I have heard from a good number of handicappers who confirm similar improved results when you restrict your play to "single contenders." There are fewer selections, but the method is still so quick and easy to use, you will find plenty of "action." 
 
In fact, one common theme from all the letters, calls and emails I’ve received is that the method performs the best and most profitable when you have a “single.”  However, there are also a couple of secondary handicapping factors that you can employ to separate contenders. You can handicap a race in a couple of minutes at most, once you get to know this easy-to-use method. Also, you may use the Even Finish spot play on all types of races.
 
A fellow New Englander called me to say that he had handicapped the previous weekend, (Saturday and Sunday), directly after receiving the method on Thursday, and found 6 playable races from 1 track that weekend. He scored with 3 winning Even Finish spot play selections: $16.00 $10.60 and $22.40!!!!

Jon....purchased your Even Finish method last month. I could not be more pleased. For the month of December over 6 tracks I wagered on 87 races with 29 winners and 77% of the selections finishing in-the-money. I wagered 10-20-x on all horses going off at 4 to 1 or less and 5-10-20 if they were 9/2 or more. I cleared $1,648.77 of the selections were singles. Thanks and keep up the good work. J from Finger Lakes


On March 16, 2017, we isolated the selection Two Step Flor using our Even Finish Spot Play. Horse paid: $9.80 Win - $4.00 Place - $2.80 Show

A handicapper just sent us two reports Thanksgiving week. He is a frequent user of The Even Finish Spot Play and is just doing phenomenally!!! Here are his 2 reports, and please note, this handicapper does all his handicapping work by hand and not through software - this method is so easy to use and as you can see, highly effective! The following is in his own words:

Jon, There were 53 bets today with EV. $1060 invested for a return of $1425, profit $365 or 34%. I only bet win with EV. If using the betting progression as per the manual i sent you, using 5/1 minimum for betting and dividing the odds into the debit long term profits are pretty much guaranteed with EV. Here are the mutuels today at 5/1 or greater:
Woodbine race 3 the 6 $13.60
Finger Lakes race 6 the 3  $13.00
Penn race 8 the 5  $11.80 (bet down)
Churchhill  race 9 the 4  $37.80***
Laurel race 5 the 2  $17.40
Hawthorne race 7 the 9  $14.40
 
All you need is one at 5/1 to clear the debit. Only restarted EV for about a week, i had one losing day of 5 units, then yesterday won $30.
 
I realize that a multi day losing streak a definite possibility, thats why you need a min 500 unit bankroll (they recommend 1,000 units!)
 
Right now flat betting $20, however if i do decided to go back to the due column, my base will be $2. I am working on 2 other methods i am trying to adapt to a bet early format and would require a smaller bankroll, but won't know if they will work until i have several hundred races played which i should easily have by the end of December.
 
Tomorrow i have a potential 39 bets, haven't handicapped for Sunday yet. I am also considering raising my morning line min to 4/1. At the end of December i should be able to set all the parameters I need to move forward in 2017, which will be the year of EV!! 
 
E8 (Elite Eight) and Super Cluster are winning methodologies, however they do not produce the consistent high mutuels (long shots) EV (spot play) does, however losing streaks with those methods are way lower than with EV. Played 11 tracks today, with EV thats easy. Also get way more plays, especially playing multi EVs in a race. Singles would be even faster, but i don't want to miss a potential longshot lurking amongst multiple EVs.
 
Interestingly that $37.80 was a single! Forgot to mention this, the only races I don't play are 2 year olds and stakes races, everything else is fair game with EV, including turf racing. Best regards, R
 
Dear Jon, Just watched my first pick aqueduct race 3 the 1 horse 6 to 1 ml bet down to 2 to 1 come from near rear of the 5 horse field and blew them away paid $6.30. The last 3 days has more than doubled a 50 unit bankroll!!!  $1000 at 20 unit is now $$2192. Unreal!! Making my minimum win bet 5 to 1, using 3 to 1 morning line as starting point has made a huge difference in bottom line. Best regards, R

Another Texas handicapper ordered the Even Finish in August of 2014.  He calls or writes from time to time.  He was quite excited one of the first times I heard from him as he wrote that the Even Finish spot play had helped him place among the top five slots in a handicapping tournament, and he accomplished that by hitting on a show wager which returned over $8 to show!

Here is an email he sent me at the end of August 2015:

Jon,

I continue to be amazed at how accurate this "simple method" of handicapping is ! It has become my "go to" analysis tool (singletons preferred) !

Again, you have my admiration for bringing us this tool.

One of the letters came from a NY handicapper. He shared that in all the years of handicapping he thought that the Even Finish spot play was the best and most effective spot play he had ever encountered.

Like most spot plays, the Even Finish performs best and most profitably when there is only one qualifier or “single.” Empress Caro was indeed a single, as have been the majority of Even Finish long shot winners.Don’t be ‘shut out’ –from the profits ­that is!

This in from 2 New England handicappers:  
 
The first handicapper phoned to say that for such a straightforward, easy to use method, he was pleasantly surprised at how easy and quick it was to use, and best of all, thus far, "very effective," at spotting "live" horses. He also observed that he was surprised that such a simple method could, [thus far] be so effective. He added, that just minutes before, his Even Finish spot play selection, Complete St., had won the 7th at Delaware Park, and surprised him very pleasantly by paying $22.20 $9.20 $7.40.
 
The same afternoonanother handicapper called with these results and comments from Saratoga today. In the 9th race, "it took me just a few minutes to isolate two selections in the 9th and 10th races. In Saratoga’s 9th, Zucchini ran 3rd, paid $2.80 to show. In the 10th, Loves Last Chance was easy to spot and won easily, by over 3 lengths and paid a very nice double digit mutuel: $13.40 $6.30 $3.80. To say that I was happy to have won enough in just 2 races to more than pay the price of the method would be an understatement."
 
The 1st week of September a southwest handicapper called to exclaim how happy he was with the method. He noted that in the couple of weeks since he'd received it, the method was "kickin butt and taking names!"
 
My own, (Jon Worth), experiences with the Even Finish spot play continue to be similar to my original work, if you use the method as written, meaning you can expect an average win mutuel close to $10, with an average win % in the 28-30% range. ROI to win has continued to be near 50%. 
 
Place % collection rate has remained similar to the 52% in the workout, give or take a couple of points.  ROI to place has continued to be similar, within a couple of points of the 35% figure attained during the workout, with an average place mutuel of $5.
 
Show collection rates have continued to remain north of 70%, with an average show mutuel of $2.97, again, with small fluctuations, up or down by a couple of cents.
 
However, the method performs the best and most consistently when there is only one contender in a race.  Collection rates rise, (for example, show collection rates jump to over 80%, and the ROI jumps from the 11-12% range to over 20%.  Similarly, when there is onlyone qualified contender, win and place rates and their respective ROI's also skyrocket!  Average place mutuel leaps upward to $5.82!
 
I have heard from a good number of handicappers who confirm similar improved results when you restrict your play to "single contenders." There are fewer selections, but the method is still so quick and easy to use, you will find plenty of "action."
The Even Finish Spot Play yields $90 Win for 2 handicappers Read below!

A southwest handicapper scored with a $44.60 Even Finish winner at Parx on 9-21-2015.

A handicapper on the West Coast and another in Texas hit it big-time in the 2nd race at Parx on 9-13-2015 with Empress Caro, the lone Even Finish Spot Play qualifier in the race who paid box car mutuels:  $90.80 to win  -  $24.00 to place  -  $13.60 to show


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