Interview: ANDY GIBSON Lancaster based Andy Gibson has been a professional punter for almost 30 years. In this four-part interview he talks about beating the bookies constantly, his angle, edge and approach. He is also very candid about keeping in front while overcoming health issues, the importance of a break and the rewards he and his wife enjoy helping the local community. Meeting Andy Gibson.
ANDY GIBSON (part 1 of 4)
Professional Punter Andy Gibson talks about his three decades beating the bookies. Why he shuns the flat, the fine line between being a success and an addict. He explains his edge, use of multiples, his tactics, getting on, having accounts closed and betting ante-post.
ANDY GIBSON (part 2 of 4)
Professional Punter Andy Gibson continues his interview talking about his longevity in the game, how people sticking on for him affect his multiple bets, coping with losing runs, staking, learning to bet, punditry with ATR, RUK & William Hill Radio, listening to tips and inside information, why he shares his knowledge.
ANDY GIBSON (part 3 of 4)
Professional Punter Andy Gibson talks about how he handles losing runs, trying not to lose much when he loses. He explains the hours of work he puts into bets. He explains that there is a Cheltenham track bias which means horses that run well there against it are to be respected next time out.
ANDY GIBSON (part 4 of 4)
Professional Punter Andy Gibson talks the importance of ‘time out’ playing golf and football, his family involvement with the refugee community, horses in training, the importance or not of paddock inspection, going racing, specialising and tips for betting better.