As with every system/strategy that I have seen from the author the description of the product is very accurate and there should be no surprises if you do decide to buy. Readers will note that there is no guarantee available should you purchase the method and this is made very clear on the marketing page. I understand why Chris makes this condition and consider it fair – once accessed the product is within your knowledge base and so whether you choose to use it is then down to you. The initial risk is minimal and if you have any issues with using the method then full customer support is available.
On signing up you will receive access to a 69 minute video training file which explains the theory and the practicalities of the method in great detail. A newbie with no betting experience could use the method without the need to refer elsewhere – existing customers will be able to reduce their time involvement if they wish.
The method involves back betting only on football games with no need to monitor the matches as they are played. Selections are identified initially from a free to use prediction website and then checked against the Betfair odds to finalise any bet. The target return on selections is a minimum of 5% of your stake but unlike other methods should the odds be too low initially it is suggested that you set a minimum price and keep the selection to go live in play. Thus if the match does not pan out quite as the initial odds suggest the price is likely to increase and meet your specified minimum thus allowing bets which would otherwise have not qualified.
But where the initial bet is potentially going to be missed because of the low odds there is a second element to the method which offers a higher odds option albeit at slightly increased risk.
The selection process is simple and takes only a few minutes – perhaps a quarter of an hour when a full weekend programme is being played. The intention is that bets are placed on the Betfair exchange which will allow the keep to be used for initially low odds qualifiers. My approach is to be fairly cautious with the predictions and not use leagues that are less well known as well as arbitrarily excluding some where I know goals are less frequent. Users may well add their own additional filters/research to help their cause.
A 20 point bank is advised with 1 point level staking to be reviewed when the bank has doubled. I have not checked in detail but a 1 point progressive stake might be more profitable with a ratchet applied (ie the stake does not reduce when a loser is encountered).
I was able to start the trial pre launch and have now seen 122 bets which made the odds as well as a further 25 where the first goal was scored too early for the bet to be taken. With 117 winning bets across the 2 strategies the strike rate is 93.6% and an overall profit of 5.3 points at an ROI of 4.27% has been achieved. This is a capital profit of 26.5% and things would have been much better but for Real Madrid and Chelsea both failing to even score on the same day – a salutary lesson that almost anything can happen in the betting world and probably will. Both elements are profitable, with the initial option now marginally ahead after those 2 games.
The indications are that this is another successful betting method from Chris. A good capital profit has been seen and the risk appears pretty low along with a minimal time investment required. At a one off cost of just £35 the method is good value and should be capable of use for many years. I have classified as positive and will be continuing to monitor for a further period.
Update 31/3/2018: Approaching 400 selections now and the strategy remains profitable with a 54% capital profit in just under 2 months. The strike rate has improved slightly to 94.9% although the ROI remains stubbornly below 4%. A look at the results will show quite a number of initial qualifiers where the in play odds have not reached the required level due to early goals in the matches. And interesting that most of the losing bets are where the initial odds for 1 goal scored were below the minimum and the match did not reach 2 goals.
Although I am not quite so taken with this strategy as its predecessor it does pretty well what it says it will and is a low risk profitable option that should be considered. The one off cost remains good value.