I’ve been following this service for a further year to see whether the system would continue to build profit. The last twelve months picked up a further 36.93 points profit; compared to 82.94 points profit for the first year. Over the full two-year period a profit of 119.87 points was acquired, averaging over 50 points per year which is respectable.
At the standard cash master £10 per point (£5 each way in this instant) this would give a decent profit of £1198.70 for an average of 30 minutes total activity per week. After two years of service costs (including VAT) of £237.60, that leaves a net profit of £961.10. This service remains approved.
Here are the important stats:
Starting Review Date: 11th August 2021
Current Review Date: 30th July 2023
Starting Bank: 200 pts
Minimum Bank: 159.14 pts (26th July 2022)
Maximum Bank: 324.71 pts (4th June 2023)
Number of Profitable Months: 11/24
Current Bank: 319.87 pts
Number of Bets: 1445
Number of winning Bets: 146
Strike Rate: 10.10 %
Profit/Loss: 119.87 pts
Return on Bank: 59.94 %
Time Taken to Place Bets and Check Results each week: 0-60 mins (depending on how many bets there are and how many to check from the previous week). This equates to about 30 mins on average. On some weeks there are no bets and on some weeks one could spend over an hour placing bets. The majors generally have more bets due to increased public interest.
Below is a graph showing the bank per week over the years in review
- I was available to use some of my gubbed accounts on this system such as Skybet, William Hill, Paddy Power, Betway and Boylessport; but not others such as Ladbrokes, Coral and Betfair sports.
- I missed two weeks of betting due to unavailability and there were no official results to compare with.
- Most of the profit was acquired during the first five months, results have been rather dull since.