Depending on which bit of the marketing you read, Benjamin Street’s Betting Machine software selects horse, calculates stakes and receives tips directly to it. It claims that “every race is a winning one”. It is said to offer between 4 and 12 selections daily and can be used in test/demo mode.
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.
765 System from Benjamin Street is a horse racing system that works on backing favourites in certain races.
The Winners Circle Greyhound Racing System by Benjamin Street is a betting system for greyhound racing in the UK. The system is said to comprise a set of spreadsheets which you can use to determine exactly which runners to back and which to lay plus further advice including dutching. It is also said to be suitable for beginners and experienced bettors alike.
The Steady Flow System by Benjamin Street is a system that works only on certain racecourses and rather amazingly only claims to be applicable for 3 months in the year – September to November.
The Betting Reporter is described by the author, Benjamin Street, as “a website aimed at giving you an insight into experiences that people have had with betting systems”. The site is offering reviews on a currently limited number of systems.
Benjamin Street’s The Legend Of Van der Wheil manual introduces the reader to one Charles Van der Wheil, a somewhat enigmatic character whose name has occurred much in racing papers and who wrote several booklets in the 1970’s/80’s on horse racing betting.
The Psychic System from Benjamin Street involves betting on horses through a Betfair account.
The A4 System is a win bet system for horse racing using doubles and accumulators “in a new way which allows you to hold on to you money whatever happens”. In other words it claims you cannot lose if you follow the rules.