What is a Delta Figure
DELTA is the 4th letter of the Greek Alphabet, and DELTA Figures are the result of basic concept of four handicapping factors that can affect performance that particular day.
Bruno DeJulio has spent decades analyzing works and providing information and services to horseplayers at racingwithbruno.com and brunowiththeworks.com, but very few actually know Bruno started handicapping and making his own figures before venturing out in the wee hours of the morning.
Bruno in his early years was well versed in the Quirin, and Sartin Methology, James Quinn concepts, The Sheets and Beyer Figures. In fact, he was making Beyer Figures using the Andy Beyer method described in his books in the late 80's. Bruno even put the figures on graphs learning form cycles.
Bruno handled all ground information such as wind, ground loss, and timing races from the gate for a popular figure making service in the 90s.
Bruno has been working on a different kind of figure, and he developed, analyzed and debuted, a product several years in the making, —The DELTA Figure.
DELTA Figures are a combination figure that takes into account four standard handicapping proprietary tools — but all of that is controlled for the conditions of the actual conditions of the race in question. The Delta Fig is a current form tool. The lowest the Delta Fig the better.
We have also made upgrades to the DELTA Figs of late:
DELTA Fig Key
DELTA followed by ‘d’ is computed off dirt race when no turf race available
DELTA followed by ’t’ is computed off turf race when no dirt race available
DELTA in parenthesis, '( )' is computed off race more than 90 days
The DELTA Figures are a new generation of figures, which filtered through a lens of todays conditions becomes a strong, additional tool players may use in their race analysis.
I bet on them myself.