Hello everyone. Right, well it’s holiday time again and I’m off. I’ll be back in the new year refreshed and ready to crack on with some very interesting systems I have recently acquired.

What a year it’s been. We have tested a lot more systems than I had anticipated and I want to take this opportunity to thank all the guys that have helped out, entirely voluntarily, with the blog this year. So thanks to (in alphabetical order) Alex Shaylor, Alistair Moffat, Andre Barber, Chris Jones, Craig Anderson, Derek Hyde, Jason Brown, Jonathan Wakefield, Les Parkin, Mr Wattana, and Steven Boshell.

These guys offered their services free of charge and have done a cracking job.

And of course I like to thank all those readers that have contributed with their suggestions, advice, requests and even simply with nice e-mails of support. It really is appreciated.

I’d like to think we are achieving something worthwhile here. New systems come into the market almost weekly now and we need to sort the wheat from the chaff. Half the systems we tested this year didn’t make the grade, unfortunately, but we came across a few gems too and I for one have certainly made some good money as well as had a lot of fun using them.

Next year I will attempt to upgrade the blog to make navigation of any one system test easier. I will also attempt to categorise the systems into particular betting styles… like backing, laying, trading, live betting, set and forget systems etc so that you can look for a system that suit’s your particular requirements and go from there.

As well as testing a host of new systems, I will also be giving updates on past systems to see how they continue to perform, and I will be expanding on current systems with readers suggestions for improved performance. I have even had a few readers request tests on spread betting systems on the market that trade in forex or futures etc. Well, why not? I’ll give it a go.

So may I take this opportunity to thank you all once again for your support and your interest in my blog and may you all have a merry Christmas and a very happy New Year.

Graham