These are the results of Football Lays for Week 4: Jan 25th – Jan 31st
Number of Lays 29
Winning Lays 11
Losing Lays 18
Strike Rate 37.9%
Profit/Loss for Week -10.3 pts
Starting Bank 250 pts
Current Bank 299.7 pts
Current Profit/Loss +49.7 pts
WRS suffered a losing 30 day period: down 6.49 pts.
After 120 days of monitoring this service, the bank stands at 163.42 pts using level stakes. The starting bank at day 1 was 160 points for level stakes
The service remains in profit by 3.42 pts to level stakes.
The number of winning 30 day periods is 2 out of 4.
The number of losing 30 day periods is 2 out of 4.
PAWS suffered a losing 30 day period: down 6.96 pts.
After 150 days of monitoring this service, the bank stands at 161.89 pts . The starting bank at day 1 was 100 points.
The service remains in profit by 61.89 pts.
The number of winning 30 day periods is now 3 out of 5.
These are the results of the Football Lays for Week 2: Jan 11th – Jan 17th
Number of Lays 17
Winning Lays 10
Losing Lays 7
Strike Rate 58.8%
Profit/Loss for Week + 25.9 pts
Starting Bank 250 pts
Current Bank 305.1 pts
Current Profit/Loss +51.1 pts
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I will report the summary results
These are the results of the Football Lays for Week 1: Jan 4th – Jan 10th
Number of Lays 4
Winning Lays 3
Losing Lays 1
Strike Rate 75%
Profit/Loss for Week + 29.2 pts
Starting Bank 250 pts
Current Bank 279.2 pts
Current Profit/Loss +29.2 pts
Hope you all had a very merry Christmas and an even merrier New Year. I certainly did. Apologies for not being around much, I’ve been spending quality time with friends and family and taking a break from the computer as much as I could.
I’d like to say thanks to my volunteer bloggers who work tirelessly testing out the systems and services coming onto the market. Thanks to their efforts a lot of our readers have been saved from wasting money on dodgy dealers and scams or systems that just don’t work. I get e-mails from happy readers on a daily basis but most of the credit should go to (in no particular order) Art, Guy, Liam, Julian, Michael, Jason, Jon, Chris, Simon and all the bloggers that have worked in the past to make this blog one of the most useful resources for independent and honest reviews online.
We are now into our seventh year (yes Cash Master was the first!) and the readership has grown considerably over the years. So I also want to thank you, dear reader, without whom this blog would be pointless. Thanks for the praise and for the occasional criticism, thanks for bringing stuff to our attention and correcting us when we’ve got it wrong and thanks for just being interested in what we do. We’ve got a great little community here and I think I’ve got the best job in the world being part of it.
Ok, that’s it. Bafta speech over with.
Now it’s time to get back to work and there is a lot of new stuff around at the moment that needs looking at. We found some pretty good systems and services last year, indeed I found the best trading system I’d ever come across, and was amazed at the most profitable horse racing service I’d ever seen so I’m looking forward to what this year brings.
Plus, not being one to brag, but my own Cash Master Racing service achieved the prestige of taking the Number 1 position on Racing Index for the whole of 2012, so I guess I must be doing something right. I’ll try to do that again for 2013.
After examination of the official results from Football Lays and those reported from another Review Site, the cause of the major discrepancy in my results has been established.
On receiving a list of potential bets to lay from the Football Lays service, I laid some of the qualifying bets immediately at Smarkets (the betting exchange I used) as they fell within the maximum permitted liability. I placed the remaining qualifying bets at Smarkets at much reduced odds that corresponded to the maximum permitted liability.
Many of these remaining qualifying bets were matched, but virtually all of these were losing lay bets. The result was a massive discrepancy between my results and the official/other review results.
In the interests of fair play, the Football Lays service will be retrialled from scratch. In this trial, I will not leave any unmatched bets in the market.
Note Smarkets is a betting exchange like Betfair. Commission is only 2% as opposed to 5% for Betfair. Liquidity for the elite football leagues is good and for these leagues, the odds are nearly always the same as Betfair. Also, one can place bets lower than £2 at Smarkets very easily.
I’d just like to take this opportunity to wish you all a Happy Christmas and a profitable New Year.
Let’s hope we can continue sorting the wheat from the chaff and give those horrible bookies as torrid a time as possible in 2013.
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