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AUTHOR: William Kedjanyi

#BettingPeople: DEAN VALENTINE LETS RIP

#BettingPeople: We revisit professional punter Dean Valentine, 247 interviews on from his first one. In this interview, he takes questions from Twitter and has his say on some of the more emotive betting-related topics of the moment.


DEAN VALENTINE LETS RIP Part 1 of 2

It was 247 interviews ago when I last talked to you for #BettingPeople, how’s business been since then, Has it gotten easier or harder, which is more difficult, finding winners or getting on?

@marktaylor584
Do you think you could survive without agreements with firms unlike us mere mortals? Bit cheeky but I’d ask how much the firms allow him to bet to now?

@carlhinchy
I’d be interested to hear how affordability checks are affecting pro punters?

@MattSwad
How much if anything is he risking? % of his Bankroll not the actually amount of stake, don’t wanna know how much he is worth

@PrincipalYield
How does he weight his bets? And why.


DEAN VALENTINE LETS RIP Part 2 of 2

@Frankie7_Trade
Can he talk about how his approach has changed over the years. How is he getting his bets on? That seems to be the harder skill nowadays.

@JamesGibWyn
It was fascinating to hear the other day that Shane Reville doesn’t use speeds when formulating his tissue. I was wondering, therefore, are there any elements at all that Dean Valentine doesn’t take into consideration when forming his opinions?

@tigeroll100
Does he get swayed on betting decisions with how the exchange is moving or does he stick to his own opinion?

@sABC123d
Affordability

@liamsmudg25
I know he’s mainly horses, but when he punts football markers does he play is match odds back or lay or Asian handicap or other?

@rschrisrose11
ask how he gets his money on, and if he uses black market books?


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