A 45% Return on Investment

Posted on November 24, 2010 by  

Another kerching moment for the football trading strategies yesterday.

Not had much time to do any trading lately but had an hour or so last night and flagged up a potential Adster Aperitif selection from the Betting System Notes software package.

Stakes of £42 yielded a £19+ profit by half time, a 45% ROI, you won’t get that down the local high street bank, fantastic stuff.

I was also trialing a new piece of software to sniff out games that fit the strategies from the package, as you can see it has done the business already. So watch this space for news on that soon.

In fact this game had limited liability, so was not perfect but still turned a healthy profit anyway!

Here is the screenshot of the halftime position.

So to cut to the chase and get your hands on the software, wise move I might add, just point your mouse here…..

Betting System Notes

To find out more about the boys who invented these strategies just click below…..


5 Comments on "A 45% Return on Investment"

  1. Gary Wilson on Wed, 24th Nov 2010 4:57 pm 

    Hi Darren,

    New to this most excellent risk-free betting malarkey. Two sets of £50 in the pipeline from Betfred and Sportingbet already (cashing out at £80 risk free return tonight), so cheers. Have a question about rollovers, so let’s do it by example with bet365…their matched bonus up to £200 has condition:

    “To bet with your bonus, play through the amount of you…r qualifying deposit once on the sports and markets of your choice. You will need to rollover your deposit and bonus 3 times prior to making a withdrawal.”

    So, if I go for the whole £200:

    (a) How much does this mean I have to bet with them before I can withdraw? Is it £800 (deposit + 3xbonus) or £1200 (3xdeposit + 3xbonus)?

    (b) Also, what’s the best strategy for making the most risk-free profit from this type of rollover? Large (say, £200) bets each time, or a number of smaller ones?

    Cheers mate, great site!


  2. Nicolai on Wed, 24th Nov 2010 9:19 pm 

    Hi Darren
    You call the betting system notes a software package.
    I have it, but I might have missed something, because isnt it “just” a notes and strategies?

    Kind regards

  3. Darren Hall on Thu, 25th Nov 2010 10:09 am 

    Notes, strategies, videos and shortly a dedicated private website (free to all purchasers) with even more trading tips, hints and ideas, so do like to call it a package!

  4. Nicolai on Thu, 25th Nov 2010 5:29 pm 

    It wasnt surposed to be a negative comment, and it wasnt about the package word, more the software part. Me being a complete computer and sports handicapped. I was just trying to make sure that I havent missed aomething smart.
    And still I am very happy about the purchase. THumbs up!!

  5. Darren Hall on Thu, 25th Nov 2010 5:34 pm 

    No problem, glad you loike it, we are getting some great feedback. We are looking to build the new site over the next few months into something very special with the Trading Strategies at the heart of it. And it will all be free to people who have the current software, sorry I mean package!

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