Sports Betting Systems
Sports Bet Edge comes from Boyd Merkins who says he has been betting on sports since 2001. He claims that by using the methods in his system you will win over 80% of your bets.
The £50 Per Day System from Peter Butler is a set of two betting methods for betting on Betfair. The author claims he has been using these methods successfully for the last 9 years.
Delay React Trade from Clive Keeling will help you profit from fluke or shock sporting events (for example unexpected goals in football matches) on Betfair. It’s an inplay betting and trading system that helps you profit whatever the outcome of the match.
The marketing for The Betting Formula is even more vague than the usual marketing from this company. It turns out to be an Adobe Air software program that will list a few bets daily from sports events worldwide. It looks very similar to Auto Bettors Bot, Bettors Vigilante and Bettors Alliance.
The vague marketing for Auto Bettors Bullseye by Rob Jenkins implies that it is an automatic program for selecting and placing sports bets that never lose.
Win Win by Jack Pace is a manual that explains betting fundamentals and outlines 8 systems for use on the main US sports. The author claims he has made so much using these methods he can now share them with others.
The Ultimate Servers Guide is a tennis bet trading system aiming at 15-25% returns per trade working for whole tennis season. An 80% win rate is claimed with risk set at 10- 15% of trade stake.
Betting Profit Blitz by Jordan Miller is a statistic based system for sports betting. No experience is needed, you just download the system follow the steps and place the bets.
The Sports Cash System from Tommy Krieg is a sports betting system with back up to help all newcomers with account management. Also a daily tip is provided which should be all you need to make your target income. It covers all US sports plus soccer worldwide.
Instant Killer Wins from Michael Turner is a betting system that apparently you can start using with no experience and with as little as £5 in your account.