Tuesday, 15 January 2008

20 - Bouncing back

This week is all about bouncing back from my defeats and getting the project back in the black.

I am inclined to go more gung-ho in my approach, however that would be against my rules and although I have had two demoralising results recently I still believe the rules will work if given enough time.

Matches this weekend that interest me are Celtic v Kilmarnock, Swansea v Port Vale and Carlisle v Crewe.

Something that I am considering is betting on two matches per week when possible, to spread the risk of my wagers.

Of course, I would need to find two matches that meet my criteria, but it is certainly an option to try to stop the disappointment of large losses.


no pain no gain said...
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The Betfair Loser said...

I think you should stick exactly to your current mathods.

Its a sensible approach you take, and I think over a season your profits will be slightly larger than your losses.

Maybe you should try 'paper-trading' other methods over the next month to see if there is a more profitable/reduced risk method of working!

Jon said...

Doing it on paper is not a bad idea actually. Would certainly cut out the risk for a while.

I think my main problem is that the odds are so short it only takes one wrong result after 5 correct ones to bring my account right back down.

Unfortunately I have managed to find 2 such results in a row.