I’m Chris, and Lucy has very kindly asked me to trial the Michael’s Place Lay Formula system for a while. Never done this sort of thing before, so this is my opportunity to become the web’s most sought after system reviewer!
Some of you will already know about this system either by using it yourself or reading other reviews. It’s had plenty of good reviews and recommendations, it appears to have been around for at least 4 years, so perhaps it stands the test of time and is a worthwhile investment?
I’m not one for buying systems or tipping services, I guess I prefer my own thing really. So if it wasn’t for the Lucy Oscar and the glowing posts on here I probably wouldn’t have even known about this system. This led me to look elsewhere and the reviews were good.
So I think it goes without saying that this is a system that lays horses to be placed.
Without the plaudits, when I first read through the manual I would probably not have even bothered with it. The manual (31 pages) is written really badly, very over complicated, worse grammar than me and very confusing. I think the person who wrote this possibly doesn’t speak English or used a bad translation application.
This is how I tackled the manual and the system:
- Rule number one – Write down the rules in a format and language you can understand.
- Rule 2 – Rearrange the rules in a sequence that you prefer to follow.
- Optional rule number 3 – Don’t spend too much time reading through the examples ( this takes up most of the manual and doesn’t really make things any clearer ).
- Preferable rule number 4 – Never look at the manual again!
- Crucial rule number 5 – Place new translated rules next to computer and practice a few times with minimum stakes. System is now embedded in my brain forever! It wasn’t that difficult after all. That’s how it was for me anyway!
So, after the ‘manual’ issues and some practice it does become relatively straightforward to use and your ability to spot potential bets becomes easier and quicker. This is an obvious plus as this system may not suit everyone because of the requirement for you to be at the computer a few minutes before the race is about to start. The system does claim up to 6 selections a day so if you’ can’t access Betfair or other exchanges during the day this system isn’t for you. Also there will be quite a lot of potential races that will not qualify for a bet, which tempers my confidence a little in whether this will be a worthwhile exercise, especially if you need to make an effort to get on to the exchanges or fit your day around this system. This could change dramatically though considering the Flat season is nearly here – or it may not! I guess that’s something to do with the point of this trial.
Tracking all the potential races will cause problems for me at times, so I won’t be able to record every result. However I will give it a fair shot and hope to record at least 300 results to give it a thorough trial. Most other trials that I’ve seen have gone for a month at around 90 results, around 3 bets a day. Some of these trials are old and it will be interesting to see if it still works (which I think it will), or creates enough selections per day or week to make it worthwhile.
The system when written was based on good logic and (in my opinion) will definitely provide plenty of winners or to put it another way, positive outcomes. I do feel it’s possible that one or two of the restrictions may benefit from being updated because of the age of the system, so I’ll be keeping an eye on them as it goes along.
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