Tuesday, 28 September 2010


Be very careful with 5Dimes! If odds are lower than evens they automatically change the way you stake. So if you put $100 in the box at less than evens they will alter your stake so that you want to win $100. Daylight robbery! So instead of two bets of $100 today I actually had two bets of $200, and guess what, they both lost! Maybe I should have known, for odds equal to or greater than evens the value you put in the box is the value you actually stake... why is it we have to learn by losing? They could have won today and that way I would have learnt too....

Here are the updated results:

Tipster: P/L Today: Stakes: ROI: P/L 30 Days:
4PA 0.00 0.00 N/A 6.73
CL 4.31 4.00 108% 5.51
EI 0.00 0.00 N/A -5.65
FE 0.00 0.00 N/A 1.87
FI 0.09 14.00 1% 5.11
MGB -0.71 10.93 -6% -7.73
OTO 0.00 0.00 N/A 0.00
PB 0.00 0.00 N/A 9.57
SK 0.00 0.00 N/A 39.84
CNB 0.00 0.00 N/A -1.00
FES 0.00 0.00 N/A 9.30
EWV 3.88 5.00 78% -19.45
AB -1.28 1.28 -100% -5.28
MB 0.00 0.00 N/A -3.22
SPDT 0.00 0.00 N/A -2.00

6.29 35.21 16% 33.59

Until tomorrow


  1. About pro bandit; do you follow the NQ-selections, and if yes, with what kind of stakes? I'm starting to follow PB now and am thinking of betting the NQ selections with a 50 % portion of my main stakes, pretty much like FE shortlist bets.

  2. I personally back the NQ to the same stakes as the main bets. The NQ have a good record too and act as a good back-up when the favourites don't perform.

  3. Ok I think I'll do the same then.

  4. Hi,

    Nice blog. Firstly your profits are 33.59 points for the month is that correct? If so do you stake £ 100 so are up £ 3359 ? What is the cost of all the subscriptions per month? Finally what are all the abbreviations meaning. Thanks

  5. Hi Anonymous,

    That's right, 33.59 PTS for the last 30 days and yes if I staked £100 per point that would mean £3359. However, for each service I stake a different amount per point. The reason being is the strike rate and ROI for some services is different to others. Some services may go 30-35 bets without a winner and others only 1-5 so I have my financial bank setup for this. I wouldn't stake £100 per point for a service that could go 35 bets without a winner... but I might for a service with a high strike rate and a potentially high ROI.

    The cost of the subscriptions isn't included within the table. I will think about including it but for the time being will leave it out.

    There is a blog article called "Abbreviations of tipster services", you'll find everything you need there.

    Thanks for your feedback!