Post Cheltenham the selections are still providing a reasonable return
Monday 17 March No selections
Tuesday 18 March No selections
Wednesday 19 March 15:00 Lingfield: Rock ‘N Rouge: 1 1/2pt win, 1st at 6/4 = +£18.75
Wednesday 19 March 16:50 Haydock: Straidnahanna: 1pt win, 2nd at 2/1 = -£10.00
Thursday 20 March 15:15 Wolverhampton: Piton: 2pt win, 1st at 11/4 = +£35.00
Friday 21 March No selections
Saturday 22 March 14:40 Lingfield: Ladies Are Forever: 1pt EW, 5th at 4/1 = -£20.00
Saturday 22 March 15:50 Lingfield: Windhoek: 1pt EW, 2nd at 13/2 = +£6.25
Sunday 23 March No Selections
Weekly Total: +£30.00
The BetHawk Robot continues to perform flawlessly. I only need to log in to my VPS every night and check the results. As regarding profit/loss, BetHawk is still more or less treading water at the moment. Every calendar day so far has been a betting day.
Day Number of Bets Daily Profit/Loss Bank
March 12 72 -14.35 995.02
March 13 61 41.85 1036.87
March 14 55 -9.05 1027.82
Mar-15 71 -14.8 1013.02
Mar-16 16 -4.9 1008.12
Mar-17 75 25.55 1033.67
Mar-18 57 -20.45 1013.22
Mar-19 110 -11.5 1001.72
Mar-20 79 4.7 1006.42
Mar-21 61 -11.95 994.47
Starting Bank 1000 pts
Lowest Bank 957.65 pts
Highest Bank 1036.87 pts
Current Bank 994.47 pts
Profit/Loss -5.53 pts
Subscribers enjoyed a rather splendid 27 BSP winner on the Cash Master Racing service yesterday. In fact there were only two bets for the day, and both won at odds of 27 & 7.82 BSP netting me £312.79 to £10 stakes after Betfair commission:
So far this year we have enjoyed other double figure winners at 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, & 35 BSP!
Last year’s winners came in as high as 38, 42, 45, 46, 54, 56 and even 60 BSP.
Subscribers simply login to the member’s area, pick up the days bets and bet them all at once on Betfair. No hunting around finding the best odds at bookies here.
For those unfamiliar with the service the main selections are to be backed at BSP and have made a profit of just over £6100 to £10 level stakes over the last 18 months (£15,390 to £25 stakes). Some days there can be a lot of selections, often betting on several in the same race, whilst on other days there are just a handful.
The service is so profitable that even betting at the Betfair minimum stake of £2 on each bet, a very nice profit would have been made over the cost of the annual subscription. (£774 profit at £2 bets AFTER subscription fees)
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We reviewed and approved Betfair ATM way back in 2010 when the system was released so it’s time for an update.
Four years on and this continues to be a very solid earner. This week they uploaded a video on the site sent in by one new user who made close to $2100 with it over the last three months.
On the first day of Cheltenham this week he made $190 profit. Check it out here:
Festivals like Cheltenham are ideal for this system because of the large liquidity on each race.
To recap, Betfair ATM is a unique approach to In Play betting and you can easily target £50-£100 a day
It’s a method backed up by years of research on time distance correlation in UK horse racing market.
No bookies required!
Betfair ATM will continue to work so long as betting exchanges exist as it exploits a loop hole in exchange market, and that loop hole can’t be fixed.
You also get full email support from Michael (author) for any questions you have.
Some Key highlights for Betfair ATM are:-
- Betfair ATM makes you consistent £50-£100 per day from Betfair in Play.
- Strike rate is above 80%.
- Strategy is very easy to execute
- Betfair ATM can be used on both flat and jump racing.
- No fixed time to try ATM, you can use it whenever you like during racing.
- It is a backing method – so no big liabilities.
- No need to have Bookies account- If you have Betfair, it’s all you need for ATM.
- 100% email support available from author.
- Liquidity is not a problem as ATM has been well tested for over 4 years on UK horse racing.
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A couple of good results this week sees the bank back in the black.
Monday 03 March No selections
Tuesday 04 March No selections
Wednesday 05 March No selections
Thursday 06 March No selections
Friday 07 March 20:15 Dundalk: Cheers Buddy: 1pt EW, 7th at 6/1 = -£20.00
Saturday 08 March 14:05 Sandown: Gone Too Far: 1pt EW, 7th at 8/1 = -£20.00
Saturday 08 March 14:55 Wolverhampton: Alfred Hutchinson: 1pt EW, 5th at 13/2 = -£20.00
Saturday 08 March 15:15 Sandown: Baltimore Rock: 1pt EW, 1st at 8/1 = +£100.00
Saturday 08 March 17:00 Sandown: Denali Highway: 1pt EW, 3rd at 7/1 = +£7.50
Sunday 09 March No selections
Weekly P/L: +£47.50
Running Total: +£20.00
The Longshot King has extended his cheap subscription offer until the end of today as some people had trouble signing up.
He had one selection yesterday and it was a 12/1 winner:
“7.00 WOLVERHAMPTON THE BAY BANDIT WIN This is a very weak race bar the unknown Moves Like Jagger. Our selection has had a break since a series of good efforts over hurdles and comes back on a mark of 47. Has already won here at Wolverhampton from a higher mark and in a higher grade. Has only ever run in this grade once before when beaten 2 lengths from mark of 50 over 7 furlongs (trip too short) The handicapper has given this one every chance from mark of 47 over this more suitable trip.”
He’s giving a free tip out today:
“2.05 SANDOWN GOOHAR 16/1 EW (20?s with Bet365) Goohar is one of a handful of 5 year olds in the race and having won last time out gets in here right near the foot of the handicap. Has only had the five runs and improved each and every time and these conditions allied with the step up in trip look very likely to bring about further improvement. Jake Greenhall takes off a very valuable 3lbs and looks one of the more lively outsiders”
Join the Longshot King for just £19.95 a month here:
They’ve done it again… 106 points profit in February.
Following on from January’s 105 points, February’s haul of 106 = 211 points profit so far this year alone!
That makes 9 consecutive profitable months, with a total of 668 points profit made in that time – an average of an astounding 74 points a month!
Who says you can’t make money from horse racing?
Even betting at just £10 a point, that’s an average of £740 a month, tax free. What about £25 a point?
Well, that’s £1,850 a month for placing a few bets a week.
I’m happy with that.
If you’re not a subscriber yet, go and join here:
This seems like a bit of fun.
Betfan are running a Cheltenham Festival competition between their two best tipsters, The Gambling Don and Andy Bell.
Andy Bell has more contacts than your local opticians and seems permanently on the phone to various yards whilst The Don can read a big race better than anyone.
Both Andy and The Don will be tipping in all 27 races over the 4 days and for £29.99 you can get all of them.
Full details available here: