#### cosmicsports

##### Colt

I know how to make winpot systems and sometimes they win.

Maybe the logic of the placepot is different.

My notation is this :

a / b / c / d (one line, the saddle numbers a, b, c and d)

a / b / c / d-e (two lines, the saddle numbers a, b, c in the first three races and d or e in the fourth)

Simlarly a / b / c-d / e-f is a sub-system of 4 lines, a / b-c-d / e-f / g-h is a subsystem of 12 lines).

For today's Newmarket I had:

4 / 4 / 3 / 7-1-4-8-9-5-3

4 / 4 / 5 / 7-1-4-8-9-5

4 / 4 / 1 / 7-1

4 / 4 / 6 / 7

4 / 11-1 / 3 / 7

7-5 / 4 / 3 / 7

Those are twenty lines condensed in 6 sub-systems. In the 3d race the no 3 was declared a non-runner, counted as the 5 (Buick's horse), I believe.

The system loses.

I want to publish some of those to see what happens, or if you have in mind some alternative technique please say.

A little later I will publish for tomorrow's (6/8), Ascot and Haydock.