Ryan is one of the good guys in the often murky world of sports betting advice. He ran the excellent Zero Hype operation until forced to discontinue because of family issues and Exponential is his new vehicle offering a range of betting strategies and systems. He treats his clients as if they were using his own cash which is a great positive in my book – he will always help and guide both clients and enquirers.
This service uses a little know Betfair feature – BSP Multiples. It offers selections for horse racing covering several runners in each race and often combining races into multiple bets. A recent addition to the service has been the inclusion of singles races where dutching is potentially profitable. Unusually you can either subscribe to an advice service or purchase the method and so make your own selections. If you choose the latter course you will receive selections for 3 months which allows you to check you are using the system correctly.
I should emphasise that this is a low risk system and so you are always betting at odds on – but with several horses running for you the high strike rate acheived means the returns are very acceptable. There are 3 levels of bet advised which are staked at 5%, 2.5% and 0.5% of your betting bank respectively. The singe bets (low stake) have only started recently and my results do not include any of these as I have not set up the bot needed to be able to place them without having to monitor the individual races. (The review update will cover these but you can rely on the results disclosed on the site as being accurate.)
If you are using the email service then bets are possible from Tuesday through to Sunday – Ryan takes Mondays off and considers the general standard of races poor thus reducing potential for selection. Normally selection emails arrive close to midday and you will need a couple of minutes to set up your bets – that’s it. If you are self selecting then the process could take up to an hour. For those unaware of how to use the BSP multiples platform there is a video tutorial.
The majority of bets advised now come into the “One Dutch” category which is the highest staking option. I have seen 85 bets since the review started and a remarkable 95.29% strike rate which at level stakes translates into a profit of 33% of your starting bank. It is suggested that progressive staking be used which would have improved this further. The ROI is 8.4% which for such a low risk service is good – and likely to improve when the single bets are added as the odds here tend to be significantly better than the original multiples. For the purposes of showing the outcomes on the proofing area I have treated 1% of the bank as 1 point.
For those looking for a simple low risk method of betting on horses then this will be ideal. I would regard it as being a foundation element for any betting portfolio offering a good return at minimal risk. The return can be improved by using the DIY option but I would suggest that you could better occupy your time elsewhere and make use of the email service.
I have awarded a 5 star rating here and will keep monitoring of course but do not expect a significant change in future outcomes.