October 9, 2009

FFF Plan Extra

Oops – forgot to publish this last night!!

Oh dear, oh dear! Things are just going from bad to worse.

The eBook says that losing days are rare, so to get two losing days in a row is a tad unfortunate to say the least.

Results for Thursday 8th October

5 bets, 0 winners!

Daily P/L: -£58.72
Total P/L: -£84.63
Current Bank: £115.37

Now I did say that the system comes with a more “advanced” recovery staking plan. Actually all this plan does is recover losses more quickly than the standard plan, but you DO need winning days in order to recover!

The recovery plan also needs a much bigger bank, so I’ll assume a starting bank of £500 and choose to recover the losses over 4 days only. Since yesterday was the first losing day, the stats would have been the same as the standard system, but factoring in today’s losses leaves us with the following situation:

Daily P/L: -£111.56
Total P/L: -£137.48
Current Bank: £362.52

We’d better pray for 4 winning days, otherwise we are going to be in serious trouble.

Filed under Backing,Horse Racing Systems by Alistair Moffatt

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October 9, 2009

Five Year Consistency Plan

Days 11 – 13

 

I have had a reader ask to confirm if we are running the reverse forecast as mentioned in the manual that you can do as an option. For this trial, I am not running the reverse forecast, but only the straight backing of each runner the system selects.

The system has come up with no selections or the last three days.

6th October 2009

7th October 2009

8th October 2009

Starting Bank:   £2000

Bank to date: £1165

Filed under Backing,Horse Racing Systems by Chris

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Well, Twenty20 cricket returned today in the Champions League format. I wrote an interim review for this system on 3rd September, which I will continue from here….

The result of todays trade was as follows:

Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Cape Cobras

Loss: £5.45
Bank: £993.86
Loss to date: £6.14

There are two matches tomorrow, hopefully todays lost ground can be made up.

Filed under Cricket,Trading by David Aston

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Thursday 8th October

The drought continues with more sideways movement.

A loser on EURUSD:

Filed under Forex,Spread Betting by Graham

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October 7, 2009

FFF Plan Extra

Oh dear – looks like my ability to jinx a system has struck already!

Results for Wednesday 7th October

5 bets, 0 winners!

Todays P/L: -£35.91
Total P/L: -£25.91
Current Bank: £174.09

Filed under Backing,Horse Racing Systems by Alistair Moffatt

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Wednesday 7th October

What a week!

A loser on EURUSD:

A winner on GBPUSD:

A loser (just) on EURJPY:

Another loser on GBPUSD:

And finally another loser on EURUSD:

Filed under Forex,Spread Betting by Graham

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October 6, 2009

FFF Plan Extra

After a long absence tending to the day job, I’ve finally managed to turn my hand to blogging another horse racing system, and this time the system under the microscope is FFF Plan Extra.

It’s very difficult to talk about the system without giving the game away, but suffice to say that this system works on the premise that 33% of favourites win their races.

The system comes as two PDF files – one for the original system; the other covering a more “advanced” staking plan. The system PDF is very easy to follow, especially as there is no need to study form or do any in-depth studying!

Bets need to be placed very close to the off, so this system is not suitable for those people who want to “bet and forget”; instead, you are glued to your PC until a winner is reached or we have a losing sequence.

The system looks to make a set amount of money per day, so for this trial, I will use a betting bank of £200 and set a daily aim of £10.

Results for Tuesday 6th October

1 bet, 1 winner.

Daily P/L: £10.00
Total P/L: £10.00
Current Bank: £210.00

Filed under Backing,Horse Racing Systems by Alistair Moffatt

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Tuesday 6th October

A winner on cable:

A loser on EURUSD:

And a loser on EURJPY:

Filed under Forex,Spread Betting by Graham

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October 6, 2009

Five Year Consistency Plan

Days 7 – 10

 

Well, this system seems to be drowning. We are only one third of the way through the trial. If the system past statistics are any thing to go by, we should be up by about 15% on the bank, but instead, we are down by almost 50%.


Time    Meeting          Selection                     BSP Price       Result             Profit/ Loss

2nd October 2009

7.50     Wolves             Feeling Foxy                  4.51              UP                   – £100

3rd October 2009

3:15     Redacar           Mister Hughie                32.00             UP                   – £100

3:30     Fontwell           Williams Wishes              2.40             UP                    – £100

4th October 2009

No selections

5th October 2009

2:30     Windsor           Magroom                       7.60             UP                   – £100

2:30     Windsor           King of the Moors           9.00            3rd                   – £100

Starting Bank:   £2000

Previous bank:  £1665

Profit/ Loss:      £ 500 Loss

Bank to date: £1165

Filed under Backing,Horse Racing Systems by Chris

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I am trialling the Ultimate Sports Betting System to see if the extravagant claims of 97% & even 100% strike rates are true. I am sure you are all hanging on my every word in case they are.

The Ebook is a bit odd. Together with the sales promo page, it seems to be a partnership of two different people. Perhaps this isnt too remarkable, if a copywriter who was reasonably literate in English was employed to write the sales pitch. Certainly, the manual veers between pidgin and normal. It puts you off a bit at first because the author of this system and ebook is down as a Mark Riley, not, at first sight, a notably foreign name.

However, the system, when we get to it, proves very familiar. I think Compiler Systems and Bet-U-Make Profit, among others, will be flattered to see such earnest plagiarism. Still, to be fair, the selection process has proved to be a fair method of finding football matches to bet on and the UBS variation is rather simpler to use, courtesy of a recommended website, though you do need to do quite a lot of searching of the leagues for your bet, according to their rules.

It is suggested that there might be 7-15 bets per month and I would say that this would be a seldom seen target for the 100% bets; the rules for this are so selective that you would be lucky to see many of these in a season, so the claim of 100% will take quite a while to check. The 97% method has a better chance of finding a bet but this is still limited by the baseline that teams don’t play at home every week and even then, they don’t necessarily offer the right conditions. If you accept away games you accept a greater risk of a loss. Of course, there are many leagues around the world and you can go through more than I have done, applying the rules. I have limited my searches to the top European leagues down to the Dutch. Many people would go to the Swedish and Eastern Euro countries and they could yield more selections. A dedicated football fan could spend many happy hours with this.

In the first week of the trial, I have found 3 selections and unfortunately, I have hit the bad period that we are always warned against as a faint possibility. I mean, who would expect Juventus to lose 2-0 to Palermo or Fiorentina draw with Lazio? Unlikely as it seems, they did do that and therefore we have 2 losses to one win so far. We need some normal results to bring that ratio back to 97%. Hopefully, they will come.

I’ll report again next week.

Filed under Football by Terry Shepherd

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