So close to a BIG Weekly Golf Value return!

I know, I know.  Just the one Bet Diary post last week, but will be back to normal posting this week.  To be honest, after everything that had happened the previous week, and with my wife on half term (I should add she’s a teacher, not in 6th Form or anything!), we decided to take a couple of days off and go and chill out a bit.  A couple of lunches out, and cold walks home due to having had too much to drink to be able to drive, it was just what the doctor ordered.  But it did mean there was just the one BD post.  Back properly in the saddle this week, and the next post will be on Wednesday with a full results update.

The weekend just gone produced another healthy enough profit.  The second weekend is succession, and the first time this year so far that has been the case.  The ROI is creeping up to the long term 10% target, and the bottom line cash made figure is actually ahead of schedule.

Contributing to the coffers this weekend was Weekly Golf Value, which coughed up one winner at 55/1 (Darius van Driel) and almost a second 100/1 winner.  The nicely staked Big Finn Sami Valimaki though, after going odds on to win the Mexico Open part way through the final round, finished up in second place.  That I think, is the 372nd second place we’ve had this year so far!  Seriously, I’ve never known anything like it.  With the winner on the DPWT event, a double up would of course, have been sweet, but it was not to be.

The profit from van Driel wasn’t perhaps what you might expect with the stake the bet was carrying on the lower-than-normal size.  In their email to members today, WGV stated this was down to the fact that liquidity for the event, which wasn’t exactly one of the big tournies on the Tour, was light.  I get why they did it, but it’s a bit of a shame nonetheless.  Still, I’m not complaining.  A profit is a profit and the winner of a golf tournament is never to be sniffed at or taken for granted.  Who knows how long it will be until the next one?

A good chunk of profit again from the Early Pay Out Tracker, with one Lucky 15 netting a nine point profit.  Not massive, but all I’m seeing from this method is consistent profit growth.

So a week that provided nothing spectacular, but a good, solid performance that keeps the upward curve in the profit and loss line.

More details on Wednesday.

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