Let’s start this by defining what a betting system is:
A betting system is a collection of repeatable steps that identify potentially profitable betting opportunities
When I talk about betting systems I mean the rules that go in to determining the selections to bet on and NOT the potential automation of the system. The two normally go hand in hand but before you can automate anything you need to prove it works first and to do that you need a set of clearly defined rules.
How to build your own betting system (coming soon)
Over the next few weeks I will be producing some deeper content on building betting systems including an end-to-end guide to help you learn how to build your own betting systems.
My Betting Systems
I currently have several betting systems that form the majority of my betting activity.
Please note that none of my systems are available for public consumption. I do not sell these systems or tips but I include them here to serve as examples of how system betting can work (and also fail).
Horse Race System: Handicap
This is my best and most profitable Australian horse racing system. Click here to read the full details of my Handicap Horse Racing System.
Horse Race System: Maiden
This system has been up and down more than the Grand Old Duke of York. Click here to read the full details of my Maiden Horse Racing System.
Horse Race System: Trots (Inactive)
This is the perfect example of a system that failed to live up to it’s back-test results. Click here to read the full details of my Trots Horse Racing System.
Horse Race System: System A
Another novel idea being testing in live mode. Click here to read the full details on my ‘System A’ Horse Racing System.