Week 8:
Number of qualifying selections: 5; Winning bets: 4; SR: 80.0%; Profit: 2.1 points.

Number of qualifying selections: 75; Winning bets: 55; SR: 73.3%; Profit: 4.11 points.

Filed under Horse Racing Systems,Laying by Arthur


I mentioned the United Games app recently and quite a few of you have pre-registered to download it when it launches next month.

The app has been designed by Mark Mongie who headed the team at EA Sports and made “Madden” the number one sports game in the world. They’ve already spent $30 million developing it and have players in over 200 countries.

Needless to say, this will be huge.

So far over a million players have pre-registered and there will likely be more than double that when it does launch so more people will be downloading it than when Pokemon Go first launched!

And it’s easy to see why.

It’s free to download, free to play and by playing it you earn tokens that can be exchanged for real life stuff. Anything from hats, t-shirts and electronics, to tickets to your favourite sports games, airline tickets, hotel stays, holidays etc… All for free.

By pre-registering (which takes about 30 seconds) you will be given a bunch of free tokens right from the start and you will also have the opportunity to earn a load more by sharing the app with your friends, and they’ll be glad you did. There is no downside to this.

To register simply drop me an e-mail at admin@cash-master.com and I’ll send you the details.

This is going to be fun!

Filed under General by CashMaster


September 16, 2016

Geegeez Gold

I’m old enough to remember the days when, if you wanted a bet on the horses, you would find a dingy turf accountant with blackened windows. It was usually William Hill or Ladbrokes until the cheeky Victor Chandler spoilt their party. Smoking was compulsory and you would go and read the form in The Sporting Life where pages were affixed to cork notice boards with drawing pins. Sometimes, when the form continued onto another page, you would need to surreptitiously unpin the page and sneak a read. Helpful old punters would take it upon themselves to scribble out the non runners with their half size ball point pens. Then you would listen to the audio commentary on the race, hoping all the excitement would be on your pick.

I don’t miss those bookies at all, except it does feel considerably more rewarding collecting winnings in five pound notes than looking at a credit on your internet account. The internet has, for me at least, meant a lot more time is dedicated to horse racing. Access to betting exchanges, instant odds comparisons between bookies and as much information as you can handle is now available at the click of a mouse. There is all manner of software and bots, and huge numbers of sources offering information, some of it free and some on paid subscription. The free information usually relies on sponsors, and those sponsors are invariably bookies. The Sporting Life still exists online, but the first stop for most punters now, and the paper version which appears in the High Street bookies, is The Racing Post. There is the free online version which provides the basic racecards and all the information you can get in the shops, or there is a paid version if you want to delve deeper with your research.

Nowadays, though, punters tend to be more sophisticated and are looking deeper for that edge. In order to facilitate this, ratings are available from many sources and sellers have these constantly in development and redevelopment. What ratings hope to do, by delving into a huge amount of available data, is to provide one runner’s mathematical chances of winning its race when compared to all the other competing runners in the race.

Ratings are nothing new of course. The benchmark company has always been Timeform, established in 1948 in Halifax. But there are many other ratings available now, all vying for a market with an ever increasing degree of sophistication. There are some very smart people out there using all manner of mathematical computer programmes with as many factors for inputs as you can possibly imagine.

What I would really appreciate would be a Which? style assessment of all the leading ratings providers. They all tend to claim to be the best, so that a level stakes wager on every top rated runner is breaking even, or that 70% of winners  are rated in the first three, etc etc. This is unlikely ever to happen because of the sheer time and cost which would be necessary. However, if all those providers wish to get together and put up a wage package for the next three years, I’m willing to give it a shot!

Anyway, all this is a long introduction for a blog on the subject matter today, which is Geegeez Gold. For anyone reading this, it is very unlikely that you haven’t come across Matt Bisogno at some stage. Matt lives and breathes horse racing. He has been developing his website and offering racing systems over many years. He and his syndicate own a seven year old bay gelding called The Geegeez Geegee which has won three of its races. He has an excellent understanding of his sport, even though his modesty on the subject comes through in his blogs. His enthusiasm is infectious, and in my opinion he is also a very fine journalist. The Geegeez blog is always my first port of call during any of the festivals and is, to me, an excellent starting point for my betting. There are also some incisive articles about the industry as a whole which, due to the wide readership, serves as a pressure point for the punter.

And so far, all this is free. I imagine running the Geegeez website is expensive and time consuming and I have no idea how viable it is. There was a time a year or two ago when Matt was seriously considering throwing in the towel (I know from his blog), but I think the weight of support after this persuaded him to carry on. And what he has done is built and built and built on what was there. The free membership is fantastic. However, with all the extra aspects you get from Geegeez Gold, the serious bettor can find all the resources he needs to plan his betting day.

What I can’t do is give you any idea of profitability. This is not a tipping site – yes, it does have its tipping arm which HAS thus far been profitable, and depending on your level of staking, you could conceivably use it just for that. Rather, it is a state-of-the-art resource for punters to use their own skills and methods to find winning bets, whether win, lay or trade. It is also a community for like-minded punters to share their thoughts and, indeed, their tips.

So – what you need to know is that, once on the website you go to the day’s race cards and, when you find your race, all the information you need is a click away. There is so much information available – everything you will need – that you might think it inscrutible, but it has been superbly designed for for the end user. I am a dyed-in-the-wool Mac man, I’ve been using them since the very first machine, the reason being that, unlike PCs, they are intuitive. You make the most obvious click and it gives you the result you were after. Well, that’s what happens on Geegeez Gold.

There’s no point in me listing all the facilities this has available for studying form, there is far too much, so instead I’ll list everything that’s missing. Actually, I can’t think of anything. It will take a while to navigate in exactly the way any particular user wants, but they will soon find their way round. Personally, I usually start with Instant Expert which gives me an idea where to start and what to look for in a particular race – or, indeed, if it’s a race worth looking at at all. What’s more, the tools are configurable, meaning you can personalise your form study to maximise ease of use and relevance of information.

So – I know there are many punters out there who just want to be told which horses to back, and Geegeez isn’t really for them, even though there are daily reports such as shortlist and Stat Of The Day which have made long term profits.

So – you can have access to Geegeez Gold for a measly quid for a month, and I would certainly encourage you to sign up, run through the videos, visit the blog and forum, join the tipping league and share the wonderful enthusiasm of Matt Bisogno. And make your punting more fun, and more profitable.Approved2

Go here now to start your trial:


Filed under Backing,Horse Racing Systems,Laying by Dave Yeates


September 16, 2016

Goal Profits

It’s not often that you get something for free.

Sure, people say “free this” or “free that”, but there are always strings attached.

Not with this!

Goal Profits has been voted the best product available online an amazing three years running and now you have the chance to win 12 months of membership for free.

Steve and Kevin are about to celebrate their 5th birthday (almost unheard of in this business) and they are going for it in style.

Someone who <<< clicks this link >>> – maybe you – is going to be given £365 worth of full membership to their award-winning football trading community.

You will have access to their Team Statistics software, trading chat room, 28 trading strategies, the lot.

It will take you less than 30 seconds to enter, there are no quiz questions to worry about and you could find yourself much better off by 26th September.

This time, free means free.

<<< Click here to enter >>> and good luck!

Filed under Football by CashMaster


September 15, 2016

Newsletter Gaff

I’ve made a bit of a gaff.

A couple of months ago I decided to do a bit of spring cleaning with my mailing list. I use a company called Aweber to send my newsletter e-mails out as they can send thousands at a time and allow the reader to unsubscribe any time they like. After all, if you don’t want to read my newsletter then I certainly don’t want to bother you with it.

Once of the ‘neat’ new features the company introduced was the ability to filter subscribers based on when they last opened one of my e-mails.

I figured that if you hadn’t opened one of my e-mails in the last six months then you’re probably not interested anymore so it would make sense to delete you from my list so as not to clog up your inbox with stuff you’re not interested in.

Anyway, I ended up deleting about 4000 subscribers (I know, it shocked me too how many weren’t reading my excellent newsletter anymore!).

Did I back up those subscribers first? No. I know I should have but I figured that if you’re not interested in my e-mails, why do I need to back up your e-mail address, after all I won’t be using it again.

However, over the last couple of months I’ve been getting e-mails from some readers asking why I haven’t sent an e-mail recently. Upon checking they were deleted.

It transpires that the way Aweber determine whether you are opening my e-mails is when your e-mail program downloads one of the images in the e-mail, usually my logo. However, most e-mail software these days automatically blocks images in e-mails and I guess a lot of you don’t bother to load them.

So the long and short of it is… if you’ve not received my newsletter for a while, and I send them every week, then unfortunately I’ve deleted you from my list.

Sorry about that.

The good news is that it’s really easy to subscribe again.

Either go HERE and sign up again, or drop me an e-mail and I’ll add you back in manually.

Once again, sorry about that. We all live and learn!

Filed under General by CashMaster


I have a freebie for you today. Well, not actually today, it’ll be available by the end of the month, but registering for free before it launches has significant rewards.

This game is free to download and free to play but, incredibly, allows you to win real rewards. It’ll be fun too.

For many in the UK it’ll be the football games we’re most interested in but it also has cricket, rugby, golf, tennis and US sports. Essentially, you can play this solo or invite your friends to play along with you, all for free. For football, for example, you would select your favourite team or teams (Fulham FC obviously), choose a live game you wish to play and, before kickoff, the app will encourage you to make certain predictions such as who you think will win (Fulham), who will be the first goal scorer (Matt Smith), and various other multiple choice questions. Next, as the game goes live, you’ll watch a couple of adverts and then at certain intervals throughout the game it’ll offer you further multiple choice questions such as next goal scorer, number of yellow cards, penalties etc. As the game plays out you win points depending on how accurate your predictions were and these points are converted into game tokens.

You can play along in teams with friends and compete against each other, or play on your own. Either way, as you win more and more tokens you will be able to exchange them in the app shop for real life goods such as team strips, tickets to games, and all sorts of goodies.

The app is paid for by the advertisers, and for every ad you watch you get more tokens too, so there’s no down side and it should make watching your favourite sports all the more immersive.

I mentioned there were significant rewards to pre-registering for the app and these include a bunch of free tokens right from the start so you could be well on your way to winning free tickets to your favourite match from day one.

If you wish to pre-register, drop me an e-mail with your name and e-mail address and I’ll send you a private invitation. There are absolutely no obligations with this. It’s free and should be a lot of fun.

Filed under General by CashMaster


September 12, 2016


This service didn’t provide any tips at all during the recent interlull, so this is the first update since the original introduction.

The tips are given in three categories; Free, VIP and Top Picks. The only profitable ones so far are the Top Picks, which are 2.96 points in profit using straight 1 point bets and 3.56 points using advised staking.

The worst performing method so far is VIP tips using advised staking, which you would think would be the best option but has racked up losses of 10.5 points.

The overall banks for backing all tips regardless of categories now stand at:

Basic Level Staking; -7.71 points

Advised Staking; – 19.2 points.

The Top Picks are actually working really quite well so far with a strike rate of 83.33%.

It’s far too early to make any proper decisions but there are definite trends appearing.



Filed under Football by Liam


September 12, 2016

Place Expert

Bet 1 – (15:20 – Windsor) – Back MISTER BLUE SKY top 2 @ 1.47 -£20 -£20

Bet 1 – (15:00 – Leicester) – Back CHEVALIER DU LAC top 4 @ 1.33 £6.27 £6.27
Bet 2 – (18:55 – Kempton) – Back ALWAYS A DREAM top 4 @ 1.33 -£20 -£20

Bet 1 – (17:00 – Chester) – Back CHOCALA top 3 @ 1.32 £6.08 £6.08
Bet 2 – (15:10 – Doncaster) – Back RICHARD PANKHURST top 4 @ 1.34 -£20 -£20

Totals    Roll-Up    Level
.            £175.84   £22.64

They now offer a refund on subscription to users who fail to make profit during the month following their advice.

They are also offering managed accounts whereby they will place all bets for the users (users still receive emails of what bets are placed) and can take profits out as and when they desire.

Filed under Backing,Horse Racing Systems by CashMaster


September 12, 2016

Heikin Ashi Mountain

Please note that I have become aware that as the minimum stake on CoreSpreads is 50p the £2.5k bank I was using to report on this system was too small, I have increased this to a £5k bank now.


Overall system standings after week 5:

Trades made: 59 of which 0 are still open. Of the closed trades 18 where closed for a profit.

Profit is -915.33 pips, £-519.62 from a £5k starting bank.

Average Stop is 138.90 pips.

The Instruments I opened this week were:

Silver Buy
EURUSD Sell & Buy
Gold Buy

Filed under Forex,Spread Betting by Arthur


Week 7:
Number of qualifying selections: 9; Winning bets: 7; SR: 77.8%; Profit: 0.06 points.

Number of qualifying selections: 70; Winning bets: 51; SR: 72.9%; Profit: 2.01 points.

Filed under Horse Racing Systems,Laying by Arthur