When you decide to purchase via Clickbank, you have the choice of either just buying the ebook for £34.99 (+vat), or buying the book and subscribing to the tipping service that will allow you to receive emails with the selections made for you. This latter part costs £34.99 for the book plus £9.99 per month for the tipping service, or you can pay £79.99 and get the book and an annual membership to the tipping service.
Whichever version you sign up to, you will also receive an Excel based Balance-Tracker sheet that records all relevant details and works out the stake for the next bet.
The ebook is fairly short but is fully comprehensive. It’s very clearly set out and easy to read. Their selection process is fully explained and is a doddle understand. There aren’t too many rules but those that there are, are extremely sensible filters that should weed out the majority of potential upsets. It takes around 10 minutes (more on a weekend) to identify selections. The rules are very clear and there’s shouldn’t be any ambiguity as to whether a game qualifies or not.
There’s plenty of sensible advice on how to manage the bank, including a very good section on when and how to take profit out as your bottom line climbs higher.
The system allows for up to 3 selections per day, you would be unlikely to find more than that during the week. You may well find more qualifiers at weekends and (if you haven’t joined the tipping service) it’s up to you to pick the best 3 of the day. Members of the tipping service will be given the owner’s official best picks.
The power of this system lies with both the sensible, rigorous selection criteria and the staking method provided. The staking method is an aggressive one but the type of selections you are making should result in a high strike rate that will cope with this aggressive approach and build your bank quite quickly. There is a section in the book on choosing a risk level you are comfortable with, you can turn it down a bit if you are more risk adverse.
As I’ve said in other trials, Level Stakes are the best way to look at long term chances of success, so I will be keeping a record of that figure alongside the official results for comparison purposes.
For tipping service members, the daily email is received in the evening and contains the following day’s selections. Again, everything is clear as day and no problems with ambiguity should arise.
I have been going through the manual selection process and have, so far, always come up with the same bets as were included in the email. I did have one question to ask and did receive a prompt and polite response.
All seems quite positive so far and there’s the comfort of a money back guarantee if you decide it isn’t for you.
There is a week’s free trial of selections available. That will give you a taste of the type of selection they make but you’ll need to purchase the system itself to get the all important Balance-Tracker sheet and staking plan that are used to make the most of the profits.
For the duration of the trial, I took on using the full method and not using the risk adverse technique.
I decided to end this trial early as it has had an extended period of poor performance and, as the staking is so ultra aggressive, it has no chance of recovery in the time frame we would allow.
A shame really, as it’s obvious they have put a fair amount of time into this and do run in a professional manner. Their filters are, as described in my introductory post, extremely sensible and well worded.
For anyone who has bought the book, I would make 2 suggestions to try and help improve performance. Obviously these are just my thoughts on why this has been so rough over the test period & shouldn’t be considered as official instructions. Just trying to help save a few quid.
1) Don’t go so far down the food chain, betting on very low level football is extremely hazardous. Betting on Under 21 leagues etc, even more so.
2) Extend the upper odds range. The rest of their filters are pretty rigorous and any (stable) team passing them should be considered solid favourites.
I’m afraid this one has to be filed under FAILED.
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