As you would expect the system is based around the over and under 2.5 goals markets. The author of the system is not very confident on the Unders markets so my testing was on the Overs markets only. Why he didn’t just leave the Unders system out all together is beyond me as it seems ridiculous to include that part of the system only to warn you not to use it very often.
When you purchase this you receive a PDF document which contains the system itself and a betting calculator which is used to recoup part of your losses over 5 games. The author states that level stakes profits are made using the system and again this is what my review is based on.
The selection process is mechanical and fairly simple but it does take quite a bit of time even so to find all the selections. It is based around the results of recent matches of the two teams.
Although the sales for this system makes big claims (don’t they all?) there is no historical results to back the claims up.
I put the system to the test and from the 200 selections found 111 finished over 2.5 goals as the system predicted which is a strike rate of 55%. Placing a £10 win bet on each selection returned me a total profit of only £31.00.
You do get winning runs with this system but you also get losing runs so progressive staking is NOT advised. In my opinion the strike rate will always be around the 50% mark and considering that your backing at odds on or evens at best the system in my opinion is not a long term winner and should be avoided.
Rating: 2/5 – The system may have some merit but in my opinion it is not reliable enough to use in the long-run and is one to avoid.
Probably the best racing news for those who bet online during the last week was the announcement that both of Richard Hannon’s star three-year-old milers are expected to stay in training next season. Canford Cliffs and Dick Turpin have proved themselves high class this term and the prospect of the pair continuing their rivalry into next racing season is something to look forward to, writes Elliot Slater.
Not that you’re going to have to wait until the other side of this coming winter to enjoy the spectacle, as Hannon’s colts are set to take each other on again at Glorious Goodwood next week in the feature Group 1 Sussex Stakes, a race that is likely to also include last year’s winner Rip Van Winkle, along with Chris Wall’s improving Premio Loco, Dermot Weld’s progressive Famous Name, and the consistent Dream Eater, amongst others.
Canford Cliffs is currently rated by those who like to place a Horse race bet as the best three-year-old miler in Europe, and even though he twice finished behind stable companion Dick Turpin earlier this season, punters don’t seem to be able to get enough of the forecast odds-on chance, after his romp to glory in the Irish 2000 Guineas and his subsequently impressive win at Royal Ascot in the St James’s Palace Stakes.
For his part, Dick Turpin, runner-up in the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket before filling the same position in the French equivalent and at Royal Ascot behind Canford Cliffs, finally got his much deserved first Group 1 win when hacking up by four lengths in the Prix Jean Prat at Saint Cloud last time out.
When you add the hugely talented Aidan O’Brien-trained Rip Van Winkle into the mix and forgive him a below-par effort on his seasonal debut at Ascot last time, this year’s Sussex Stakes could well turn out to be one of the best races of the 2010 season.
I think that Dick Turpin is the value bet in the race and wouldn’t be at all surprised to see him turn around Royal Ascot form with Canford Cliffs in what will be a race to savour.