50/1 golf winner rescues the week.

-5.7% ROI for the week running 30th October to 5th November.  Running at 9.92% ROI since 1st April.

It was a good week for…

Bookie Bashing Golf Tracker

As mentioned in my last post, Erik van Rooyen was a very welcome winner on Sunday evening in the week’s only golf tournament, or at least the only tournament that held interest in it from a betting point of view.  I tend to see the finish of US PGA events each Sunday as marking the end of the betting week, as I’ll be off to bed either at the end of it if managing to stay up, or halfway or further through the final round.

And so after what had been a pretty poor week up to that point, I was rescued somewhat by EvR’s triumph, and a bad week was transformed into a mediocre one.  With a number of golfers to finish in the places too, it was a darned fine week for the Tracker.

Bookie Bashing Racing Tracker – Lucky 15s

Nothing spectacular in terms of winning slips last week, but the losers didn’t lose much and a semi-decent slip on Saturday meant a fair profit on the week.  It’s interesting (I feel, at least) that since April I’ve made over 60% in terms of bank growth, and yet I’ve only had one really good slip.  The Lucky 15s were spectacular for me last year, with four big wins, but this year has shown another way, more like quiet accumulation of profit.  Would be nice to get in another banger though.  Feeling it’s due.

It was a poor week for…

Bookie Bashing Football Coupons

Biggest culprit last week.  That 1/8 Charlton losing pick on a number of slips I mentioned, designed to give something to build successful trebles around, was pretty costly.

I really dislike taking in a slip for a pay out that can literally be a couple of quid.  Think I’d rather only two teams on the slip win and therefore I don’t need to bother.  I know – that’s my hang up!

AI Football

Having started with a proper bank (an experimental £1,000, adopting the “stake 2.5% of your bank” approach, ie. £25 per bet initially), and making some decent profit last week, this week was disappointing.  I’m now down to staking £20 per bet, which kind of tells the story.

NFL Strategy

This got off to an absolute stormer in Gameweek 1 of the new NFL season, but since then has failed to deliver.  Frustratingly I did get a half time draw last week, but the pre-game favourite, on who I had the Draw/Fav HT/FT double went and lost.  Muppets.

Poor week last week though, with five suitable games to get involved with, and no returns.  Thing is, the Maths is right, the odds are very firmly in my favour…just have to wait for the cards to fall in the way we want them to.

And an honourable mention to…

Touchdown Profit

Shock, horror, TP actually had a loser this week.  It had been a while!  Mind you, we’ll excuse it this week as the one loser was compensated for by two winners and another profitable week.  The ROI levels this service is hitting – not just this season but in the longer term – from such tight markets is exceptionally impressive.

And with that kiss of death, the figures…

AI Football: Staked 806pts, -91.79pts, ROI: -11.38%, ROC: -9.17%

Bookie Bashing Football Coupons: Staked 3,482.50pts, +103.85pts, ROI: 2.98%, ROC 6.92%

Bookie Bashing Golf Tracker/Weekly Golf Value: Staked 6,164pts, +1,068.43pts, ROI: 17.33%, ROC: 35.61%

Bookie Bashing Racing Tracker (Lucky 15s): Staked 6,450pts, +934.02pts, ROI: 14.48%, ROC: 62.26%.

Bookie Bashing Value Bets Tracker: Staked 3,056pts, +464.21pts, ROI: 15.19%, ROC: 23.21%

DD/HH: Staked 1,219.5pts, +306.50pts, ROI: 25.13%, ROC: 30.6%.

NFL strategy: Staked 747pts, -65.94pts, ROI: -8.82%, ROC: -6.59%

Sys Analyst: Staked 5,158.2pts, -166.31pts, ROI:-3.22%, ROC: -8.31%

Touchdown Profit: Staked 540pts, +189.11pts, ROI: 35.02%, ROC: 18.91%

TOTAL ROI: 9.92%

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