The “All By The Book” system is a purely mathematical dutching to win system. It is available to download for Â£87.
I found the 9 page pdf easy to understand and there wasn’t any fluff to wade through.
Without revealing too much of the “All By The Book” system I’ll try to give you the pro’s and con’s of using it’s strategies.
You will need an internet connection and you willÂ require multiple U.K. bookmaker accounts.
The system works on all U.K racing (flat,jumps and all-weather).
The system gives you some useful internet sites that you willÂ need to assist with the working out of qualifying races and their calculations.
Once you have found the potential qualifying races you will have to monitor the bookmaker prices and once they conform to your required level you place your dutched bets and move on to the next qualifying race.
I have found that you can sometimes get your bets on at 10.00 a.m. but you will have to keep checking back up to the start of your race( I would advise not trying to place bets less than 15 minutes before the off,due to rapid price changes).
The “All By The Book” system will require you to have access to a computer up untilÂ you have placed all your bets.
The joy of eveningÂ and weekend racing means 9 to 5 workers can still benefit even though there will be less action.
The system recommends that a total dutching stake per race of Â£100 is used(you could start off with smaller stakes and increase as the profit increases).
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Matt for allowing me to review this system. I have never done this before so bare with me.At the moment I’m a redundant ex-warehouse worker with time on my side but limited betting funds,so I have only paper traded this system.
The only problems that I can see with this system are –
1/ Using Â£100 stakes you could need Â£2000 to cover a days bets.
2/ Will you be able to get your bets matched at your required prices as you will be placing bets at different bookmakers(prices are always changing) on selections in the same race.
One of the gems of this system is that you will only ever lose a maximum of 3% of your stake per race (most instances are even lower and occasionally you will encounter a no-lose situation).
During my months trial of the “All By The Book” system I have found 220 qualifying races.
With 56 profitable outcomes,roughly a 25% strike rate.
If you had used the recommended Â£100 stakes you would have made a profit of Â£388.
The biggest single profit on one race would have been Â£69.
The biggest daily profit would have been Â£166.
The longest winning run was 5 days.
The longest losing run was 4 days.
The biggest daily loss was Â£21.
Summing up I would say that I think this system will make a consistent profit for very little risk.
It is not a “get rich quick” scheme but if you compare what profit you would make with the interest you get at the banks I know what will earn you more money.
Also consider if you re-invested your winnings into your betting bank each month and upped your stake per race what could you end up with at the end of a year?
All of my results were achieved with standard bookmakers but if you want to use the betting exchanges you could squeeze even more profit out of the system.Personal choice will play a big part with the “All By The Book” system but however you use the system you WILL make a profit.
Check out All By The Book here.