How to WIN the PICK 6: Horse Racing's Big $$$ Payout [NOOK Book]

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New Release for NOOK. Would a $400,000 Pick 6 paycheck change your life? Can your $32 ticket beat out a syndicates $12,000 wager? Are you making the smartest Pick 6 play possible? Would you be content earning a six-figure income at the racetrack: year after year?

This book can pay for itself, your ...
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How to WIN the PICK 6: Horse Racing's Big $$$ Payout

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Overview

New Release for NOOK. Would a $400,000 Pick 6 paycheck change your life? Can your $32 ticket beat out a syndicates $12,000 wager? Are you making the smartest Pick 6 play possible? Would you be content earning a six-figure income at the racetrack: year after year?

This book can pay for itself, your retirement, AND your house!

It is not a handicapping book, and it's not a "system." It is a book about learning how to routinely win monster Pick 6 paychecks. A one-of-a-kind book with 397 pages dedicated to horse racing's ultimate wager.

If you want to become wealthy playing the horses, the ONLY way to do so is to become a Pick 6 winner. A repeat Pick 6 winner. If you're a consistent loser at the racetrack, here is your opportunity to turn it all around and become a BIG winner... fast!

Millions of horseplayers just don't get it. They are losers. They fritter their money away on Exactas, Superfectas, Super High Fives and the lowly Show wager. Playing those "fun" wagers drains their bank account. They certainly aren't the wagers big winners play. Readers of How to WIN the PICK 6 are going to "get it." They are going to put an end to their losing days by learning how to become winners. Isn't that what you want?

Readers will be educated and mentored to put winning selections on Pick 6 tickets ranging from $16 to several hundred dollars. They will be shown the amazing 3% Solution, the eye-opening 30/30/40 Rule, and other novel Pick 6 strategies to guide them toward a life of financial freedom.

Author Steven Kolb's goal is to educate readers about the intricacies of horse racing most elusive wager. If you want to be in the Winners Circle you'll need to learn how to play the Pick 6, when to play the Pick 6, where to play the Pick 6, and what to do once you start cashing in on five- and six-figure Pick 6 paychecks. All the answers to the Pick 6 puzzle are in this book; as well as lots of humor, stories, quotes and facts.

It's time. It's time to stop squandering away your wagering capital. It's time to put on your thinking cap. It's time to make the decision that you really want to be a winner. It's time to start making money - BIG money - at the racetrack. It's time to admit that the best way to make that big money is by winning the Pick 6 again and again. It's time for you to conquer horse racing's ultimate wager. It's time to win the Pick 6!
*** Proven effective for both Pick 5 and Pick 5 Players. ***
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012425072
  • Publisher: Rhoven Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/17/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Steven Kolb is well into his second decade of cashing in on Pick 6 opportunities. In a good year he wins over 4% of is Pick 6 wagers (that's pretty good - but 7% is much better). In a bad year... well bad years can happen to anybody. A six-figure income is the goal. He's more than willing to answer questions and share his experiences.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 3, 2011

    If you are serious about making money at the track - highly reccomend!

    Well done. Interesting and informative beginning to end. Multiple lessons on playing and winning the Pick 6.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 19, 2011

    Great book on horse racings biggest wager

    This could have been a 200 page book, but the author adds stories and plenty of examples for beginners to advance players. Definately will make you think about your goals and what kind of money you want to make at the track. Bets from $16 to $300 and more are discussed. Plenty of examples of how to build a winning pick 6 ticket. Some handicapping, but the strength of the book is showing how to put a winning ticket together and then what to do once you start winning five and six figure paydays. All level of players can learn something. He is a bit repetitive, and writes pretty boldly, but it works. Makes you want to be a winner pretty badly. If you play the pick 6 or want to play it, check this book out.

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  • Posted July 7, 2011

    Some Good Concepts

    Hard to belive the author started out betting the pick six with little experience in betting and the money started to role in.

    There are some interesting ideas presented but they are covered better in Srephen Crist's Exotic Betting

    Get that book if you want to try and attack the pick six. He's called 'the king of the pick six' with good resaon

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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