CHECK out 'K' ladies & gentlemen! (system bets update coming soon)
[b]K is for Keep your discipline[/b]
Just as chasing your losses is a financial disaster waiting to happen, trying to follow up a big win by piling a load of cash into something you haven’t researched properly is sheer folly. When you’ve enjoyed a big win - and with the right amount of scientific research you will do - relax and bask in the glory. Don’t go frittering away your cash because you suddenly think you must be on a lucky streak. There is no such thing as a lucky streak and if there is it won’t last long. Better punters don’t win by luck. They win by having a thorough knowledge of their markets and by disciplined betting. I've spent most of my adult life working on improving my betting, and by keeping...
[b]GOOD[/b] morning followers. Hope this blog reaches you well. I'll cut to the chase as kick-off time is rapidly approaching. Here's a special offer for all you early birds. Apply the under 3.5/any unquoted system to the Japan/Czech Rep match coming up in half an hour or so.
The last time Japan managed more than two goals at home was against Qatar who play, with all due respect, like they're suffering from a bout of it, while Czech Rep just love their under 3.5s, posting four of these in their last five.
The 'any unquoted score' (from the correct score market, in case you're new to this) part should be approximately 11-15 per cent of your bet as the safety net in case ridiculous unforeseen circumstances lead to an unlikely goal explosion. Use a dutching calculator if in any doubt...
[b]GOOD[/b] evening followers and congratulations to all of you who had the bottle to lay Ukraine 1-3 France at some stage this evening. The final score of 1-4 means that we've now accumulated five wins out of five.
LAY Ukraine 1-3 France - WIN (gigantic percentage, depending on time of placement)
LAY England 3-1 Switzerland - WIN (circa 8 per cent)
BACK under 3.5 & any unquoted River Plate 1-1 Colon - WIN (circa 15 per cent)
BACK under 3.5 & any unquoted Cherno More 1-0 Beroe - WIN (circa 15 per cent)
BACK under 3.5 & any unquoted Lokomotiv 1-2 Anzhi Makhachkala - WIN (circa 15 per cent)
Remember: a steady drip fills the bucket
Plenty more tips to follow, ladies & gentlemen. Stay tuned for more successful tips from the blog that delivers.
[b]HELLO[/b], good afternoon & welcome to my latest blog. We have another qualifier for the "lay the bookies' window" system this evening.
William Hill is offering 25/1 about a 3-1 win for France over Ukraine tonight and I shall be laying this. If the 26.0 price scares you a little, feel free to monitor the match in-running and lay it if the price drops, which of course it could do depending on how the scoring goes.
Ukraine 1-3 France simply won't happen this evening, followers, with France not being too hot right now, especially away from home, and Ukraine having a half decent home defence. France's last game, a 1-1 draw with Belarus, isn't the kind of form to build a high-scoring away win on and with this fixture being a friendly they're unlikely to bust a gut, especially when you...
Just a quick one, followers!
[b]We have another winner already.[/b] As soon as Switzerland went 2-0 up, our money was safe. It's now 2-1 to Switzerland as I write this, but the final score is immaterial as we laid 3-1 to England so the cash is locked in & ready to be rolled over to the next system qualifier.
I hope you all got on, followers. Enjoy your winnings.
Good luck & happy punting. I'll post some more system bets very soon.
[b]We're now 3/3, 100 per cent, whatever you like, whichever way you look at it, my systems are WINNERS.[/b]
[b]HELLO[/b], good morning and welcome to my blog. Apologies for not blogging for quite some time, but I’ve been zealously scouring my contact list for inside information, like a furious domestic assistant slaving over accumulated oven grime. Once my hangover had subsided, that is.
My various people in the know, or ‘sherpas’ as I like to call them, have supplied me with a barrel-load of intriguing information that should prove decisive over the next few days when it comes to picking winners. While it would be churlish of me to mention any names – such as ‘Happy’ Larry Troose, ‘Pandemonium’ Lionel Rogers and Tommy ‘The Pigeon’ Forsythe - my associates have come up with enough in-depth information to give Deep Blue an inferiority complex.
I was quite relieved when...
[b]HELLO[/b], good evening and welcome to my special half-time update blog live from Success Towers.
The lay to back shout on Stoke is working out like a dream, my loyal followers, with the Potters drifting from an ante-post 1.87 all the way to 2.4 already and the half time draw/full time Stoke shout is still on.
[b]Just to remind you all, here's an extract from my post this morning...[/b]
While Stoke are no oil painting as a side (if anything, an early Hieronymous Bosch), there’s a certain aesthetic beauty in backing them at home as, to cut a long story short, it means more champers come ten o’clock. They may not roar into an early lead, but mark my words they will win, come Hell or High Throw. [i]Laying to back is probably the best route for a risk-free return[/i] as their...
[b]HELLO[/b], good morning and welcome to my blog. I trust you all had an exciting weekend. After a ‘just about even’ Saturday (excellent trade on the Preston/Burnley game, moderate trade on the England rugby match and, quite frankly, a snooze-fest on the Millwall/Forest fixture) it’s time to launch ourselves headfirst back into the champagne lifestyle we all love.
Let's take a look at tonight's Premier League fixture - Stoke (pushing for a Europa League spot) v West Brom (relegation candidates).
Poor old West Brom started the season like the Road Runner on steroids, but since the turn of 2011 they’ve lost five matches*, one manager and a lorry-load of momentum. Stoke, on the other hand, have managed to claw their way up the Premier League table with the help of the belligerent,...
[b]HELLO[/b], good morning and welcome to my blog. I feel a little strange this morning having lost on my over 2.5 goals tip in the Notts County v Charlton match last night. With the score at 1-0 to Notts County and the second half only a few minutes old, the normally reliable Bradley Wright-Phillips missed a penalty for Charlton which became a microcosm of his side's finishing throughout the game as it seemed to drain the Addicks’ whole team of confidence. They had another good penalty shout turned down later, while the rest of Notts County’s attacks were thwarted, one way or another, by the Charlton defence. It was the first time Charlton failed to score in an away league match since September.
Ce la vie, followers, we live and learn.
Onto today’s action and I’ll focus ...
[b]HELLO[/b], good morning and welcome to my blog. A well-meaning pensioner who’d been queuing for a bus since his teens once told me: “All good things come to those who wait,” and I have to say that’s it’s about blinking time that my blog became one of the featured ones, so congratulations to Peter Powers-Thatbee at Betfair for promising to click on the [i]Feature Alex69’s Blog[/i] button in return for me continuing to share my wisdom with you.
Having a featured blog was never my intention, but I’m happy to take the kudos and acclaim because, let’s face it, I’ve always been a roaring success in everything I do, including my recent three-month African safari where I wowed the natives with my lion impressions.
Not all of you will have been following my blog since...