Product Name: FB Over Goal Market Scanner
Company Name & Contact Details:
Horse Racing Rates,
Price: £24.99 for 12 months
Money Back Guarantee: No
What Do You Get?
– Software licence
Where to buy: http://www.horse-racing-rates.com/systems/FB-GM.php
FB Over Goal Market Software from Horse Racing Rates is a scanner for the over 0.5 ,1.5 and 2.5 goals markets covering worldwide leagues.
What’s It All About?
A daily scan will produce list of matches with best chance of meeting prediction in these markets. Subscriber determines use to be made of output. Works on Windows operating systems only.
How Much Money Do I need to get started?
How much money can I make?
No specific claims made.
How much time will I need to make this work?.
Will I need any equipment to do this?
Internet connection with Windows Operating System.
Value for money?
Quality of customer service?
Prompt response to email enquiries.
Review – 22/07/2016
Never one to let the grass grow this is the latest offering from Kevin at HRR. Purchasers receive a program for download onto their PC (Windows only) which once installed is unlocked by the issue of a key which ties the program to the specific device.
The resultant scanner searches pretty much all the main worldwide football leagues and offers advice on matches that will see 1, 2 or 3 or more goals scored. Each of the 3 segments is specified on a separate display and the output is exportable in csv format. The update for the output is carried out in the early hours of the day (UK time) so there may be the odd game that is finished by the time you wake up but this will not be a real issue, especially when the northern hemisphere leagues recommence in August.
We have looked specifically at the performance of the Over 2.5 goals selections as time constraints preclude the other segments where (even in this quiet period) there have been up to 150 selections on one day.
The 2.5 goals sector has seen 149 matches where odds for the market were available and 101 of these (67.8%) have achieved the forecast (mainly Over advised). A run of 9 unsuccessful forecasts was seen mid stream. With odds ranging from 1.05 up to 2.25 and averaging around 1.27 a high strike rate is need if straight bets are going to be placed. The profit has ranged from 5 points up to 12 points down and is just under six points adrift at the end of the period. Clearly users will have to devise their own staking preferences to maximise their returns.
In technical terms the software performs readily and does exactly what it says it will. As a means of narrowing down the potential matches for those interested in the Over/Unders markets it offers a convenient data source at a negligible annual cost so if your interest lies in this sphere of betting then the scanner is worth a look.
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