An Online Sport Betting System That Has Nothing to Do With Sports Betting Champ
So I did some research on the system and purchased it. John’s Football betting strategy is very simple and produces a 63% win ratio. This was after I researched the matter and found that although there were 46 NFL games in play, there were only four plays that could be applied to John Morrision’s system. I also lost on 4 of those 4 games if I had made a wager on them all. Perhaps it will produce a 63% winning rate over the long-term, but maybe not. It’s so easy and there isn’t any logic involved that it’s a waste of space.
To make his so-called 97% selections, he uses progressive betting. My only disagreement is that progressive betting is the only method to win in betting on sports or gambling.
John’s MLB Baseball Betting System is as impressive as it sounds, with a 97% winning rate. John doesn’t know that John’s 97% winning percentage reflects the win rate for each series he has chosen. A baseball series can range from one to five games. The norm is three. John explains that you will win and you can bet the team John sends you. While I have not spent time researching how the selection is made I’m sure it is something simple like the NFL.
A team in baseball usually plays three games. This is how he recommends you win! The first game in a chosen series will see you place a $100 bet. It could be as low as $50.00 if the underdog is huge, but it is likely that most of his selections involve home teams that are favorites. For $100.00 to win, you’d have to wager an average $140.00 per bet. If the game loses, you would still bet the same team for the second match. If the odds are similar, you would bet again to win $100.00 and the $140.00 you have lost. This bet can be as high as $335.00. If he’s right (which is highly unlikely based on my experience), then you would only place this third bet a handful of times in a baseball season 해외배당.
Let’s see what it would cost for you to win those 97% of his lies. Now, you have losses that add up to $475.00 over consecutive days. To win your guaranteed $100 you would have to put up (or better, CHASE) more than $800.00. This calculation is based upon a favorite of (+140) for each game. I believe this is an average favorite prices. This means that he must have experienced at least one defeat during his 97%. You can see that this will cost you more than $1,200.00. Even in a lower cost scenario, you will need to win over 90% of these games/series to break even. Example: If you win 57 games/series, your winnings are $5,700.00. Your winnings now amount to $1,860.00 if you lose only three of these series (which would be a winning percentage 95%). If you lose 90% of these series, your winnings would be $2,280.00.
**Please note that the above is an average bet on the favorite at (-140).
While this system may seem very effective, you can still see the flaws.
$140 for the initial bet
$335 is the amount that you wager on the second bet.
$805 is the total amount that you wager on the third bet in the event you lose the first one.
$1,280 represents the total amount you would have lost if this series did not win.
It is possible to lose much more if your favorites are (-170) or greater. I admit less when my favorites are (-140), and even less if I bet on underdogs. My certainty is that you will lose more if your favorites are smaller or you play underdogs. This is not a profitable strategy.
After I have investigated more of his claims, I may uncover additional falsehoods that will surely accompany my research.
What I look for in a sports betting strategy is one that minimizes risk and shows a consistent profit betting on all sporting events throughout the year. Also, it should be easy to follow and avoid losing streaks.