There have been a lot of results since the last update but I’ll cover off the weekend and midweek results at once. There have been 279 system bets in total, so a lot to get through.
In summary, it was a disappointing weekend really with a very low strike rate for the base algorithms again. However, things clicked last night with a much higher strike rate and some nice priced winners too, so it has helped get things back on track after a difficult spell.
Algorithm one has had 35 bets. 10 winners, 9 draws and 16 losers doesn’t exactly look like a decent return will have been achieved but it includes some nice priced winners. Overall, a profit of 8.00pts for H/A betting and a profit of 6.20pts for DNB.
Algorithm two had 25 bets in the same period. 9 winners, 6 draws and 10 losers. A much better performance from this algorithm and it overtakes algorithm one as the best performing algorithm this season. A profit of 14.48pts for H/A betting and a profit of 10.94pts for DNB betting.
Algorithm three has had 31 bets in the period. 9 winners, 11 draws and 11 losers. An unbelievable number of draws really but thankfully, plenty of winners too. A profit of 13.24pts for H/A betting and a profit of 13.04pts for DNB betting. You can see the draw helped the DNB returns here.
Basically, due to the fact the base ratings have had a decent period, then this should be reflected in the systems making profits and thankfully, this is the case.
The established systems made a profit of 42.95pts for H/A betting and 22.16pts for DNB betting. This was from 134 bets, so a decent ROI was also achieved in the period.
The new systems made a profit of 54.59pts for H/A betting and 45.60pts for DNB betting. This was from 145 bets, so again, a very healthy ROI has been achieved.
Overall, a profit of 97.54pts for H/A betting and 67.76pts for DNB betting from 279 games. An ROI of 35.0% for H/A betting and an ROI of 24.3% for DNB betting.
This isn’t a bad return for the last two sets of fixtures……………
The next bets will be on the blog on Friday evening as usual.