December 12, 2012

Curve Profit Plan

This is a one-off review of the Curve Profit Plan that has just been released by Matt Watson.

The reason this is a one off review rather than a standard two-three month blog test is simply because the very nature of this system means that a two-three month test would be pointless and when we look at the previous results you’ll understand why this is.

The Curve Profit Plan is a micro system. This means that it only runs for a certain period of time each year. It’s starts on the 1st of January and ends when the bank has increased by 30%, or a set date at which you break even or take whatever profit you have.

I shall be running this system from 1st January 2013 and will of course publish my results, however, once you know the system rules it’s possible to back test the system to see what occurred over previous years.

Matt has already done the extensive research necessary, going back ten years, and these were his findings…

-The CPP system has made a 30% profit each year in 8 out of the last 10 years.

-Using level stakes and compounding the bank each year that’s a staggering 700% increase!

-The only 2 years it didn’t make a profit were 2004 and 2006 when it broke even.

-CPP comes with 10 years of fully verifiable results.

-CPP can be fully automated with The Bet Engine.

-This is a low liability laying system. The vast majority of the selections will be below 2.0, which means in the event of a losing lay, you actually lose less than your original stake.

You can see a breakdown of each years results on the website but what interests me about this system is that it can be totally automated using the Bet Engine. So all I have to do is download the Bet Engine file that is provided with the system, and on 1st January I simply start it running on my VPS and leave it until it hits it’s 30% profit target. I then stop, and either withdraw the profit or roll it over into the bank again ready for the next year.

30% return on anyone’s money is excellent, especially when you can start with a very small bank if you like, and you don’t actually have to do anything if you use a bot.

Based on what I have seen so far I’m happy to approve this system. It’s comes as a one-off payment, with a refund guarantee, and it looks like a neat little addition to anyone’s betting portfolio.

You can get The Curve Profit Plan here:



Filed under Horse Racing Systems,Laying by CashMaster



reality check December 15, 2012 at 9:06 am

Bear in mind that it will cost £120 a year to “hire” the Bot for this system.

Graham December 17, 2012 at 2:13 pm

That’s only if you want to use The Bet Engine. Still, £120 to be able to press a button and do nothing for the rest of the year… It depends what value you put on your time I suppose.

All seeing eye December 30, 2012 at 2:52 pm

I think it very poor that you approve a system without live testing .
Matt has had major issues with a couple of his previous systems that look great on paper and back testing yet once they are run live problems have surfaced .
Please lets have approval only when a system or method is truly tried and tested .

Graham December 31, 2012 at 9:51 am

I am live testing this. The very nature of this system means that a live test of the standard 2-3 months that we usually do is completely pointless. It would need to be a year minimum, and probably two or three years to be thorough. In previous results it’s gone two years breaking even, but eight making the target profit and this is completely transparent. So if I tested for a year and broke even, I would still need to test for another year to see if it made a profit. This is fine and is actually what I am going to do, and if you wish to wait until my final review in 2014 or 2015 before considering this one then that’s fine. A lot of readers would prefer my initial opinion based on the data I have now though so they can take advantage of the discount.

All seeing eye December 31, 2012 at 6:09 pm

I make a date in my diary.Like I said things that look good on paper and back testing can once a BOT is introduced give very different results.

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