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Not a good week 4

Apr 20th – Apr 26th

WOW, where do I even start. I thought every bad thing that could happen in this game had happened and it was clear sailing from here with just a few stormy weeks. How wrong I...

4

Apr 13th – Apr 19th

The great run did have to end sometime and that came this week with a $5k loss. Soccer again ended the week with another $2150 loss, if another loss is recorded next week there is...

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Apr 6th – Apr 12th

$2.13 million bet in 286 days. That’s an average of $7,450 bet per day and $126 profit per day at 1.7% POT. Sadly this last $1.1 million has resulted in a loss of $9,615. A...

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Mar 30th – Apr 5th

A third week of profit in a row. AFL once again had a great week with a total profit of $5,000. The MLB season also started this week and the results have been amazing, it...

3

Mar 23rd – Mar 29th

This week just eclipsed my best ever week. The start of the AFL season and an amazing run of clay courters in the ATP had propelled my profit back up to $35,000 before a few...

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Mar 16th – Mar 22nd

I have decided to remove my stupid bet from the totals here. The reason I am doing this is to see if following models is a profitable way to bet. All the other bets are...

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Mar 9th – Mar 15th

Pretty much everything was said in the post below. Also some good comments in that post to. I’ll try and keep the discussion going there. Mens Tennis continues to be very poor, NHL has continued...

4

Stupidity and the gambling Gods

Today is without doubt the lowest point in my gambling career, I’m not sure yet if it means the end of this blog. I will need to think about it over the weekend. I have...

3

Mar 2nd – Mar 8th

I really didn’t think things could get any worse, but evidently I was mistaken. Sometimes this game really takes it out of you and I am getting closer and closer to breaking point. Since the...

Not a good week 0

Feb 23rd – Mar 1

Another terrible week. At one stage I was -$10,000 for the week, before I managed to claw some back. With this new system it should be easy to pinpoint the poor performers. Before I look...