Those of you who read the comments on Legendary Daily Bet Banker here will know that Martin has a long shot system…
Well in the interests of balance (by which I mean, I’m fed up of dead certs letting me down on Legendary Banker!) , we’re going to test it here. So this page belongs to Martin. He will add his tips here each day, and update the results afterwards. Bank is £500, win only, £10 stakes.
Martin has told me a bit more about the system but I must keep mum! One thing I will say is that the odds will vary – a lot. Martin takes no account of odds in his selections, and indeed tries not even to look at the tissue prices (which must be sooo tempting!).
So over to you Martin… and good luck
love Lucy xx
Final System Update, 14/01/2012
Well another long-running trial comes to a close. Martin started posting his tips back in July 2011, and has patiently kept doing so ever since. However, he has decided to take a break, and he does so with my sincere thanks and appreciation.
Martin’s final selection, Parting Shot, finished out of the places, so the final scores on the doors, after six months of testing, are as follows:
SP bank finishes at £307.50. Down £192.50.
BSP bank now stands at £470. Down £30 (after 5% Betfair commission)
The slightly frustrating part of this summary is that these figures don’t really tell the whole story. Some of Martin’s selections steamed a very long way, per Martin’s comment here, and picking jus’ one of these at an early price would have been the difference between a £30 loss and a handsome overall profit.
I feel I have to place this system into the Neutral folder for now however, and hope and pray I can persuade Martin to make a glorious return in future, bringing with him a whole swathe of new winning longshots!
I cannot close this trial down without also recognising Martin’s unbelievable persistence through one or two long, dry patches. I hate to admit it, but I am not that good at being that patient! He really has been an example to all of us who wish to attain greater betting success.
So good luck and thanks Martin …. I hope to see you on my site again real soon!