December 2018 Review +$7,510.00

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12 Responses

  1. Lauri says:

    Hi, Steve

    Just wondering how do you manage to place (+ keep track of them on excel) 1000-2000 bets per week? Time-wise I mean. I am slowly starting to follow some tipsters with my tiny bankroll compared to yours and couple of hundred bets per week is already very time-consuming…

    Best regards,
    Lauri

  2. admin says:

    Hi Lauri,
    I only place a few bets per day. There were 163 bets in December.
    I use a spreadsheet and it takes a few seconds per bet to record them. But I am working on software that will download your betting history automatically.

  3. Lauri says:

    Hey,
    Oh, right. The stats are for the whole year, my bad.
    Thanks for the replay and good luck with your new project. Very good and interesting blog to read.

  4. dav says:

    Steve,

    If you had only done nfl and nba “totals” for the past 9 years where would you be know in units and dollars??

  5. Jakc says:

    Hey Steve what bookies do u use, how did u manage to win over 100k for the year?

  6. admin says:

    Without going back over all my past spreadsheet I couldn’t say. Once I have the new website up and running I will know this answer in seconds.

  7. admin says:

    For the AFL and NRL it is whatever I can get on for with the Aussie books. For NBA and NFL it is Sportmarket

  8. Anthony says:

    Is your staking $100 per bet?

  9. Anthony says:

    $100 stakes per unit? Or $1000 per unit?

  10. admin says:

    My staking is based on my bank and kelly I use.
    But if I had to compare it to the unit sizing on Dailyprofit, it would be between $500 and $1000 per unit depending on the sport.

  11. pep says:

    hi, can you tell us what is the size of your bankroll and what average stake in % of your bank do you bet?
    thank you

  12. admin says:

    Average bet size is about $1,400. I usually have a 100k bankroll. So 1.4%

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