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Handicapper Plus Desktop


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1.0.0.39
$0.00
8/10/2014
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Windows
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HandicapperPlus is a true black box handicapping solution. HandicapperPlus is free, yet as accurate as any software out there. HandicapperPlus helps automate the tedious manual calculations that horse players previously undertook by hand and combines the ability to manually input data or share and import data from friends or other sources with the built-in sharing functions. You can even import directly from Daily Racing Form Formulator files, JCapper files, or Brisnet single or multicap files.

No complex, hard to understand, time consuming data entry process required. Using your Daily Racing Form or data file, you simply enter or import six data points for each horse, select any number of the built in algorithms and push a button to display the picks.

HandicapperPlus will handicap the horses in as few as one or as many as nine different methods simultaneously and present the results in a format similar to any pick sheet you might purchase at the track.

HandicapperPlus uses Past Performance data from the Daily Racing Form or data files. It allows you to apply your own handicapping rules or use either or both of two included special algorithms.

The included algorithms include an algorithm similar to a basic Ainsley handicapping method, and the proprietary blend that we at Handicapper use. Also, HandicapperPlus can sort your race card by as many as six other different ways simultaneously.

Scores can be formatted to display averages, sums, or weighted so that the best horse always scores 100 and other horses sorted proportionally.

The time it usually takes to manually handicap races is literally reduced from hours to seconds. If you like to see the sum of the last two speed figures, or the average of the last three speed and track variants, or any random combination, you need do nothing more than push the button that sorts the horses accordingly. Use the options screen to summarize past performance data by sums, averages, or normalized over a spread.