As mentioned on the last post, here’s a summary of all the systems that will be live next season. In total, there will be 41 systems next season.
The systems are split into 5 groups:
Established Systems – 6,7,8,21,22,6-21,6-22,7-21,7-22,8-21 and 8-22
New Systems – 31,32,33,41,42,31-41,31-42,32-41,32-42,33-41 and 33-42
Misc Systems – 6-32,21-31,6-21-31,TOX, STOY and STOZ
European Systems – E1,E2,E3,E6,E7,E1-E6,E1-E7,E2-E6,E2-E7,E3-E6,E3-E7
Under/Over Systems – Under 2.5, Over 2.5
My next task is to pull together a results document this week that will give the subscribers to the service access to the historical data that some of the subscribers can use to build their own portfolio of systems next season. I will send this out to all subscribers this week, so please keep an eye out for it in your email box.
I’ll take it easy this week with the analysis as I expect another tough week at work but very soon, my attention will turn to next season and we can start planning how we’re going to use these systems next season.
My first task for next season will be to run through the analysis topics that people have asked me to cover this Summer and then I’ll basically ask all current subscribers to contact me via email if they want help deciding which systems they want to play next season. I’m sure many will be asking similar questions, so I’ll use the blog a fair bit to respond to some questions as I’d rather as many people saw the answers as possible.
We have until the start of September basically before we see any bets (and even then, it will be a slow start until all leagues have played 6 games) but I want a week or two before the bets start to get myself geared up for the season and do some of my own analysis. This will ultimately be my break this Summer if you can call it that.
Hence, I’ll help everyone out until 26th of August. Once this date comes, I’ll stop doing analysis and everyone will either swim or sink next season!
Anyway, that will do for now. Can all members keep an eye on their email box this week and I’ll make mention of when I’ve sent the email out on the blog. I expect some of the emails to go into junk folders etc. so this will be a good test email for the bets next season.