October 22, 2014


You may remember I reviewed and APPROVED this fantastic trading service last season.

I wanted to bring your attention to a change they have made that makes this a “Must Have” for traders.

As from today they have made Kevin Laverick’s Correct Score Trading Methods available to all members as part of the basic membership package.

This is brilliant news as it means you have access to another 5 trading methods on top of the original great one.

All examples and trades are shown to sensible £10 stakes and the books are extremely easy to follow.

Not only do you have access to the downloadable ebooks, you are also given lists of fixtures that pass the filters for each method.

When you add on the endlessly useful goal stats sheets that help you make informed decisions whilst in-play, and the brilliantly lively & helpful live Chatroom, then I think you have to at least give this a try.

They do have additional levels of membership and more services you can join but just the basic is more than enough to get you up and running making long term profits with limited risks. You can always gauge opinion and ask questions about other parts in the Chatroom. There’s usually lots of paying members in there, giving advice, discussing ongoing games etc.

It’s a goldmine for football traders. Whatever level of trading experience you have, this service will improve you. Absolute beginners can find really basic walk through manuals too.

I honestly think this is the best value “Live Trading” and book based trading service available. Its £37 (+vat) per month and, as I said in my review last season, even if you just signed up to download the books, use the Chatroom for one month then cancel your subs, this is ridiculously good value for money. Even more so now with all the new additions.

But I really think it is worth being an ongoing member. Not only do you continue to benefit from the lists of filtered qualifying trades but you also get to see all the new changes as they happen and the Chatroom is invaluable. Quite fun to chat whilst waiting on a goal too.



The Football Scanner I recently reviewed here would be an ideal additional help but I would suggest that you get to grips with Goal Profits first then, once you’re making a decent level of profit, consider getting Football Scanner. Just a suggestion to make life easier and add another string to the bow. But do make sure you’re getting the money in from one to pay for the other.


Filed under Football,Trading by Liam


October 22, 2014

The Meerkat System

Strange name I know, but this little system produces around 3 selections a day, has a 23% strike rate and a 33% return on investment!

It looks like a pretty cool little system and best of all, it’s free!

Download your copy here:


Filed under Backing,Horse Racing Systems by Graham


October 22, 2014

Winning Day Trader

Slightly unlucky yesterday as EUR/USD tanked due to fears that ECB were purchasing Italian and Spanish bonds. This proved to be false information, as the ECB denied it, but it still left us in the lurch with a loser. Oh what a fickle beast the market is…

Date Market Size P/L
21/10/2014 Spot FX EUR/USD 10 -£887.00
21/10/2014 Spot FX USD/CAD 5 -£115.50
21/10/2014 Spot FX USD/CAD 5 £7.50
21/10/2014 Daily FX Interest for 1 day EUR/USD - -£1.95
21/10/2014 Daily FX Interest for 1 day AUD/CAD - £1.50
21/10/2014 Daily FX Interest for 1 day EUR/GBP - -£1.65
21/10/2014 Daily FX Interest for 1 day USD/CAD - -£6.00



Profit: -£1,003.10
Total: +£3,578.20

Filed under Spread Betting by Graham


October 21, 2014

Winning Day Trader

A number of readers have asked how to get on my mailing list, so they can be informed of when this opens to the public. I’ve put a sign up form on the top left of this site, so just enter your e-mail address in there, confirm your subscription, and you’ll be on. You can unsubscribe whenever you like as there is an unsubscribe link at the end of any newsletters I send.

No trades completed yesterday as the long term currency trades drifted sideways rolling over to another day.

Date Market Size P/L
20/10/2014 Daily FX Interest for 1 day USD/CAD - -£6.00
20/10/2014 Daily FX Interest for 1 day AUD/CAD - £1.00


Profit: -£5
Total: +£4,581.30

Filed under Spread Betting by Graham


October 21, 2014

Ultimate Profits

Ultimate profits is a tipping service from the Probetting Club. It is a backing service that is based on hunting out big priced winners in the UK markets and operates all year round on all 3 codes namely Flat Turf, All Weather and the National Hunt. The system costs £59 per month or there is a reduction to £49 per month if paying quarterly.Addtionally a Betfair account is required as all the action takes place on this site.

Since its inception in September 2013 the service claims to have had 10 winning months and 3 losing months to date. However that bald statistic somewhat disguises the staggering claim of some 2,252points profit at advised stakes. This system will not be for everyone as there are some fairly long losing runs but equally these are offset by some rather large returns.

Users log in everyday to the site and via password provided download the daily selections. The quantity of these selections varies between 10 and up to 40 on busy days. There is one simple filter that all selections must pass to qualify as a bet and the user either can sit in front of the computer through the racing day or use a bot.The system comes with the instructions on settings to enable the selections to run on Bet Engine.

So for those people who have a VPS system running then it’s a simple load onto Bet Engine and get on with your life. In fact given the losing runs and advised staking plan this is probably the best solution as it would I think be possible to panic at times and skip qualifying selections, Trust in the in daily selections is paramount. However Probetting Club is well run and having trialled two other services I would be confident in their claims for Ultimate Profits.

I started receiving selections on 18th September and set myself a 300 point bank with the intention of following the advised staking plan as opposed to the more cautious level stakes system. In my case I am using a paper betting bank of £600 /£2 per point as many potential users may find £10 per point and the £3000 bank a stretch.

I had problems with my broadband and could only download selections for 8 days at Wi-Fi hot spots so it has taken time to catch up with all results So down to the nitty gritty of the first 4 weeks of the trial:

Week One 18-24 Sep

During the week I had 67 qualifying selections.

From these  I had 2 winners: my 1st was a 3 point advised stake  at 40.0 on the 19th  and  my 2nd was a 1 point advised stake on a 22.33 shot.

There was a losing run of 51 selections between the first and second wins hence the advice to leave it all running on a bot as some might find this hard to take.

Week One summary open bank £600 close £596.83.

Week Two 25 Sep-1 Oct

52 selections qualified during this week.

3 winners were found: two of which were on the same day the 29th an advised 1 point at 20.77 and an advised 2 pointer at 32.0.teh other winner followed on the 30th another advised 1 pointer at 21.04.

The longest losing run was 30 bets in this week

Week Two summary open bank £596.83 close £590.27.

Week Three 1 -8 Oct

53 selections were qualifiers this week.

3 winners again found: Once again they were clustered over 2 day namely 2 on the 7th both advised 1 pointers at 40.06 and 43.14 respectively and on the 8th another 1 point advised stake which came in at 21.09.

The longest losing run in this week was 30 bets. This run brought the bank down from the initial starting point on 18 Sep by some 30%.However the wins brought the balance back so that the closing position for the week was some 11% drawdown from our opening on 18th Sep

Week Three summary open bank £590.27 close £534.72

Week Four 8 -15 Oct

53 selections again this week qualified.

3 winners yet again in this week. On the 10th an advised 1 pointer at 44.66 and then on the 12th  another advised 1 point win ,this time a 20.0 followed later by a 6 point advised win which came in at 28.10.

There were 2 losing runs of 22 bets in the week but the bank passed into positive territory and stayed there producing a gain of some 32.5% on our original £600.

Week Four summary open bank £534.72 close £794.71

 In terms of points a gain of  97. 36 points for the month

So I believe that this system will most definitely not suit those who want a high strike rate from a system. Indeed when hunting out big priced winners the strike rate we did achieve of just over 4% would be what one would should expect.

A gain in month one of 32.5% is a very good introduction and we move on to month 2 of the 3 month trial.

You can try Ultimate Profits here:


Filed under Backing,Horse Racing Systems by Doug Wheatland


October 20, 2014


This is my last update and final verdict on Football Scanner.

I’ve been trying this out, playing with different options for nearly a month now and have come to a decision.

This is getting APPROVED with bells on.

Had the first proper wobble with it on Friday when the feed went down just as the main games were kicking off. Annoying, but an email was quickly sent out to members saying they were contacting the providers and would be back up as soon as poss. I didn’t check too often but it was certainly back working Saturday morning. That’s the first real issue I’ve had, a very brief spell of the time being wrong was recorded on the previous update. Nothing to worry about.

I can honestly say I really like this tool and plan on using it often. It’s so easy to use and saves so much time jumping back and forth from Betfair to stat and score sites. It also allows you to spot trades you’d never have seen without it.

The videos on the site are extremely helpful and there are more to be found on Youtube, showing methods of trading that would be easy to spot when used with the scanner.

At £29 a month it is a bargain in my opinion and it works out cheaper if you sign up for longer periods. You get plenty of help and support, plus there’s a page with lots of basic trading methods explained to help get you going.

All-in-all I love it. But there’s a few little tips and tricks I can pass on:

1) Once you’ve signed up, rewatch the videos. What I did was to have the Videos Page open, then open a new tab on my browser and have the Scanner itself on that. So now I could hop back and forth quickly and practice in real time with setting up different methods, systems and bets.

2) Do your early practicing on a midweek evening. Friday evening onwards gets way too busy to be able to see clearly while you are learning the ropes. Really is a “Can’t See The Wood For The Trees” type thing until you’re comfortable with it.

3) “Mute” the main list as soon as you’ve got your trading methods set up. The constant “Ping” of new games getting added will drive you potty and may well mean you tune it out, leading to missed trades you actually want. You can have all the scenarios you want set up on separate lists and leave the sound on for those, meaning every bell, bleep or whistle are really alerts for you.

4) Have Flashscore.com (no sign-up needed) open on another tab and add games you are actively live trading on its “My Games” list. This is a “Belt & Braces” idea I came up with, that way  you have an automatic double check running. If a goal is scored, it may quickly wipe the game off  of your Scanner list as the extra goal just scored means the game no longer fits the criteria. Having Flashscore open means I get an extra “Cheering” alert and can very quickly see who scored, allowing me to deal with the trade in a timely manner by clicking the game on the Scanner.

Those are just a couple of ideas/little tricks I played with to do all my trading with as little effort as possible and makes paying the subs very worth while.Approved2

Great tool for any trader. Well done chaps.


Filed under Football,Trading by Liam


October 20, 2014

The Diff Code

A poor week last week for the Diff Code, giving back much of our profit.

13/10 +£59.72
14/10 -£119.18
15/10 -£111
16/10 -£38
17/10 -£2.50

Weekly Profit: -£210.96
Total Profit: +£178.95

Filed under Spread Betting by Graham


October 20, 2014

Winning Day Trader

We finished last week with another winning day, sticking to the currencies for now.

Date Market Size P/L
17/10/2014 Spot FX EUR/USD -5 £183.50
17/10/2014 Spot FX EUR/USD -5 £334.50
17/10/2014 Daily FX Interest for 3 days USD/CAD - -£11.50
17/10/2014 Daily FX Interest for 1 day EUR/USD - -£1.10
17/10/2014 Daily FX Interest for 1 day AUD/CAD - £1.40


Profit: +£506.80
Total: +£4,586.30

Filed under Spread Betting by Graham


October 20, 2014


A quiet week for this system during the Interbore but then a lot of activity over the week end, ending up roughly where we were last week. Basically a break even week, which is quite decent given the prices they bet at.

Still holding up at a nice level of profit.


BETS 114


S/R 22.81%

AV ODDS 6.30

PROFIT +38.60 points




try btts & win here

Filed under Football by Liam


October 20, 2014


So close to a massive win yesterday.

In fact just Injury Time away from a 94/1 double being landed. The bet advised was 2-1 wins for both Stoke and Liverpool. If you saw the Liverpool game, you’ll know what a mad ending it had. Liverpool scored on the stroke of 90mins to make it 2-1, meaning the day would have ended with over 100 points of profit combined from this & another bet. Alas, daft defending from both sides meant killer goals were added in the 92nd & 95th minutes. On Saturday we had another near miss when Arsenal’s draw with Hull scuppered a 17/1 Acca, with all other teams winning.

This service has hit the crossbar a couple of times now, with big profits being whipped away at the last moment. That’s why, despite the dwindling bank, I’m not giving up on this one. I don’t like the “Ifs and Buts” routine too much however, it is worth cutting him some slack.

With regards to the bank, it’s not overly fair to hammer him for this. When I started the trial I emailed the owner to ask what starting bank level he advised. He said that he doesn’t give a recommended bank but that 50 points should be adequate. He says he aims his service at people who like to have very small stake bets at juicy prices. Fair enough, it’s not priced at a level that requires a big turn over. That’s why I’m content to let it run and see where we end up,

As a matter of interest I decided to rework all the results, from start of the trial, using the “Confidence Level” as a staking level rather than just level stake 1 point. I used the confidence level as a percent of a point and where no level was given (usually on accas) I used a whole point. The results didn’t put us in profit but they did show the bank around 10 points better off and, as the double and upward bets are for a whole point, the big wins (if and when they come) will not be diminished. Something to bear in mind at the end of the trial.




S/R 17.5%

AV ODDS 27.30


PROFIT LOSS  -35.62 points



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Filed under Football by Liam