Betfair ATM Final Review
Thats right i am giving betfair atm 4.5 stars and recommending it!
Now before everyone start’s jumping up and down, betfair atm came pretty damn close to getting 5 stars, oh well i here you cry how can you do that? It is because it is an education, its a strategy that can be used for years to come, it does make steady profit once you have mastered the techniques, betfair atm uses Betfair so your not going to get banned or have your account restricted. So lets cut to the chase and list those punters the betfair atm strategy will not suit:
- If you want to get rich quick, don’t buy betfair atm buy a lottery ticket and cross your fingers.
- You want easy money expect something for nothing.
- Do not want or can’t put a couple of hours effort in per day.
- Cannot spare time even at the weekend or in the evening.
- Want selections handed to you on a plate.
- Cannot think outside of the box.
- Not interested in learning something new. even if once learned will last you for many years.
- Cannot focus on a subject for more than a few seconds, easily distracted.
- Cannot keep a cool head or rational mind under pressure.
- No patience to paper trade or back to very small stakes whilst undertaking the learning process.
Who would betfair atm suit anyone who has the opposite traits of the above!
So what is betfair atm?
It is a strategy that uses In Play running in the review i used Fairbot which is a much quicker interface than betfair and allows you to use stakes under the 2 pound minimum, i also run 2 of these applications with a refresh of 1 second. The betfair atm pdf manual you purchase gives guidelines on how the author goes about the process, thankfully during the review additional information was added at the end of the old manual giving more guidelines when to place a bet. Do not forget to incorporate these with the existing rules. Once again every race will be different and thats why trying to automate ATM will not work. When i first tried the strategy before going live i tried it on all races and found it difficult, the author told me to stick to races 1 mile or over , he also said that although it makes money on the flat it does a lot better on the jumps.
On the subject of the author i found him to be most helpful and e-mails were answered promptly, i was also able to do a live racing session with him as well. So after a few days i was starting to get the hang of it but found myself betting in races i normally avoid so reading through the guidelines i decide to add my own approach to it, also it gave me an idea of what races might qualify before the start of racing and to me the races chosen gave me a slight edge. Here was my additional rules for those who have not read my reviews?
- Races of 1 mile plus with 12 or less runners,
- Exclude Selling, Auction and Claiming races.
- Eliminate Amateur, Apprentice and Conditional races.
I also added extra time for additional furlongs and will also wait until the market clearly shows me that the horse is the selection now by doing the latter i may lose a slight edge on the price but i actually managed to increase the strike rate. When you have a busy weekend always favour jump racing try to see how competitive the fields are pick the lesser ones. So armed with my own slightly modified version of betfair atm how did i do over the 56 days of the review lets look at the stats.
|Number of Selections 390/ Winning Bets 340 = Strike Rate of 87.18%|
|Profit 93.29 points (After 5% commission deducted)|
|Return on Investment 23.92% after deductions for commission and losses.|
|Average Price of Winning Bet = 1.4425|
|Number of Betting Days 55 out of 56|
|Number of Losing Days 4|
|Biggest Loss on one Day = 1.06 points(once)|
|Number of Winning Days = 51|
|Biggest win on one Day = 5.48 points (once)|
Well a profit of 93.29 points on 55 days of betting actually computes to 1.70 points per day, i am sure as i got more experience i would have been on 2 or more points a day. My strike rate was actually higher at 87.18% but the author hits around 83/84% with an average of 1.45 odds so i was slightly lower on that at 1.4425. So as you can see once you have got the knowledge of this one the strike rate is good, longest losing run selection wise was 2 on just 1 day only. If you backed on the weekends only you would have made 26.56 points profit and one Saturday was missed, the strike rate for the weekends was approaching 85% so you really can use betfair atm anytime to suit.
If you are prepared to learn this well betfair atm will provide a steady source of income, also once you understand the In Play market you could lay or back to win or trade. With the In Play market you have to be focussed it is a fast moving environment if your not sharp enough you could get burned. Their are some players who mess the odds up you will get use to that i have seen horses at 1.7 to win suddenly go haywire out to like 8.00 for a few seconds then come flying back down to 1.6 it can be disconcerting at first. Stick to the jumps i find them a lot easier i do listen to timeform radio on flash mode thats the quickest, although the author does not recommend it. i listen out for horses that the pundits say will travel well that will not find anything at the business well worth avoiding, also front runners can be misleading a lot of time they do not make it home may pay to check if the course favours them or not. So here you have a strategy that can be adapted , can be used on weekends or evening only or everyday depending on your work committments etc, downside you have to work hard with this one study the races make notes learn and once you are ready start off small with your stakes as you will still be learning for a while. From my point of view a very interesting and worth while product and i hope to get back to using it again once my job commmitments have settled down. Currently betfair atm is selling for 67 pounds i consider that a very reasonable price for acquiring a new approach to betting that will serve you well for many years. Like all products from this stable the price will be going up to 87 quid but I feel a price tag around £300 would be better suited. IT truly is a masterpiece of knowledge.