No joy this morning, even with purchasing higher value tickets. Halls are a little bit quieter midweek, but several players pile on in the last few seconds, so it is not always easy to predict how many you will be playing against. The fewer the better, depending on the prizes.
Opening Bank £108
Running Loss/Profit -£49
Wednesday 15th April
There were no trades on the 9-11 method yesterday but a winner today.
Wednesday 15th April
A few readers have told me that they’ve done well entering all qualifying trades on a particular market regardless of if they are already in one. Yesterday, for example, I did not include a winning trade in my results because I was already in a losing trade on the same market that hadn’t finished. However, it seems it’s ok to enter all trades regardless. So if you are in a Buy trade and you get a sell signal lining up, then you can set an order to open for the sell trade too. This also applies if you get another signal in the same direction, it’s ok to open another trade in the same direction, which effectively doubles your stake I suppose.
So from now I’ll report all trades using my method.
A loser first thing this morning:
Then a winning trade:
Much easier to find a game this morning, so I didn’t have to wait more than 10 minutes which was a relief. No joy though and nowhere near a line or house.
Opening Bank £114
Running Loss/Profit -£37
We had two more races on Sat 11th April, results as follows
Race One was only placed so a loser
Bookmaker Sp -15.00 (Total to Date +107.50)
Betfair Sp -15.00 (Total to Date +154.65)
Race Two we had the winner but it was well backed in
Bookmaker Sp 4.33 +6.65 (Total to Date +114.15)
Betfair Sp 4.05 +4.99 (Total to Date +159.64)
I got an email from a reader, Anthony, who pointed out that the ebook is very clear about not betting at weekends as it is much busier in the halls. However, as I was only playing very early in the morning when it was quieter, and I still abided by the rules of only playing certain games with no more than the recommended numbers, then I still felt I was within the boundaries.
However, to be fair to the author, I will only play during week days from here onward, and skip Saturdays and Sundays. Anthony recommended I avoid public holidays as well, such as Good Friday and the usual school holidays, but the ebook doesn’t stipulate these, so I will continue to play this week if I find a suitable game.
Having said that, Anthony may have a point, as it is becoming more difficult to find the type of game that comes within the mark. This morning (5 am) I had to wait for 2 hours before one came along, and I still lost. Several players tend to come on board within the last few seconds, so it is hard to judge how many people will be present in the halls on any particular game.
Opening bank £120
Running loss/profit -£31
I decided to start again and I skipped to method 2 with a new bank of £50. I received a bonus of £75 from another Bingo company recommended by the ebook to match this,which gave me £125. I will continue to play one game a day for the next 25 days spending an average of £5 per game.
Getting even more careful and following the rules very strictly, I played my first game in the new halls which weren’t so user friendly and which took much longer to load up. Time of day, type of prizes to go for and the number of people involved are some of the very important criteria according to the ebook, so I played this morning at 5am after waiting for nearly an hour to find the right game! I am amazed that so many people are into Bingo – I estimated 700 in just one online company alone! Multiply that by the dozens out there and new ones coming along makes for thousands at any given minute 24/7.
No sign of any numbers coming up and another losing day
Starting Bank £145
(Already lost £20)
New bank £125
Running loss/profit -£25
Reviewed by Terry Shepherd
Graham has taken the unusual course of asking me to contribute a one-off review of the BreakRoulette system. Frequent visitors to this blog will know that the usual review is an appraisal of performance over a minimum of 4 weeks, sometimes more when justified. However, in this case, both Grahams own opinion and my reluctance to undertake a test has suggested this course.
Let me say at the outset, that this is not a test of the system. I don’t consider it worthy of testing, in fact, if it isnt a joke, I wonder at the authors temerity in asking money for it. It’s true that there is a piece of software included which appears as about a 1cm deep window above the roulette table and in which the entire system is encapsulated but this simply exposes the basic nonsense of the method. After the pretentious promo sales page, promising an amazing Random Generator fooling method, this came as something of a shock.
Having run various roulette systems in the past, with varying success, I believe that this is worth an award as the most ridiculous method of which Ive heard. Since the author has gone to the trouble and expense of creating the software tool, I can only believe that he thinks it is worth the $49 he asks for it. The single mitigating circumstance in my opinion is that it is bought through Clickbank, so that if you escape your minders for long enough to buy it, they can retrieve the money without problems.
I think I’ll suggest to Graham that he places it in the failed column.
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