Product Name: Betting Cash King
Author: Robert Shelvey
Hot Shot City trader lifts lid on mind blowing betting system that has netted him £128,497 profit in just 6 months
Price: £47 (plus VAT in UK)
Money Back Guarantee: 60 day s (Clickbank)
What Do You Get?
– PDF manual
Where To Buy: http://www.bettingcashking.com/
Betting Cash King from Robert Shelvey is apparently a derivation of a forex trading program that can guarantee winnings in the sports betting market. It turns out to be form based horse racing system for UK racing using each way staking.
How Much Money Do I Need To Get Started?
How Much Money Can I Make?
No specific claims made. 2 point profit seen in our trial.
How Much Time Will I Need To Make This Work?
Minutes daily claimed.
Will I Need Any Equipment To Do This?
Value For Money?
Quality Of Customer Service?
The underlying story here is a variation of one that has been repeated so many times that I wonder if there is a template somewhere in the files. At least it acts a warning to us that the product is likely to be sub standard.
The process on sign up is over complicated – why do you need to offer your email address again to be sent an email that then contains another link where you download the manual – but it could be that this is because the system has been bought in and is only available from the original seller who appears to have a New York address.
And despite testimonials from Tom Dick and Harriet saying they have all made loads of cash in days there is a warning that you must give the system 6 weeks to work as only then will you see its “awesome power”.
Over a third of the manual is taken up with superfluous information such as how to open an account with a bookmaker. It might have been better to ensure that the links in the manual work properly! The author quite rightly suggests you keep a record of your bets but provides a sample record that looks more like a stone age document than anything remotely useful – surely a spreadsheet could have been provided by the apparent genius who derived the system?
And those of you unfortunate enough to be on a mailing list will have seen the emails on day 2 crowing about a winner on day 1 – only 1 problem, the races have to start after 3pm for a selection to qualify and the one claimed as a winner was a 1pm start.
So in fact there were no selections on day 1 let alone winners. The system can be applied to flat or national hunt racing or both if you wish. It uses trainer/jockey stats to make the initial selections then filters them down further with such things as runner numbers for the race.
Having completed the initial selections manually there is no reason why the selections cannot then be placed using a bot thus avoiding the need to follow the racing live.
At the time of the review the flat racing is confined to All Weather and the number of possible combinations very limited. The reverse is true of the jump scene where there are in excess of 60 partnerships that possibly qualify and to check their entries daily would take a long time.
Almost every McCoy/trainer combination would qualify and you hardly need a system to advise you to back his rides each way. I have picked 6 other combinations and followed them for the trial to give a flavour of what may happen but interestingly one of them no longer qualifies as the number of winners now exceeds the maximum although only 1 of then featured as a selection (the rest were before 3pm!).
In the trial our 9 partnerships have given us 31 true selections and 14 of these have produced a return for the bank all of which translates into a 2 point profit. The odds have varied from an improbable 66/1 down to 2/1. Best winner was at 9/1 and just 4 of the selections actually won.
The slight surprise to me was how few times the successful combinations do actually appear in races if you except the McCoy/Maguire/Twiston Davis set. Full details are in the spreadsheet as usual.
As members will appreciate time considerations meant we could not test every possible selection here – as appreciated by uktony on the thread – but lets be generous and assume our results were average for the whole set available so approximately 6 times the number we have checked. That would indicate an approximate profit of 12 points and I’ll let you work out what the stake needs to be to make that into a £20k monthly profit as the author has apparently done.
I cannot believe that any body would use this system in practice and even though it may well be profitable the underlying assumption is hardly a secret and certainly nothing to do with modified forex. Unless you have a great deal of time on your hands I suggest you should keep searching elsewhere for opportunities.
You can see a full breakdown of my results here: