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How often have you had a winning streak ...
then wished you'd increased your returns
by placing multiple double / treble bets?


How often have you placed a Yankee bet,
seen the first two horses lose ...
then realise you're "locked into" that bet
- whatever happens to the last two!
   
  From the desk of: Chris Brown


Dear Betting Enthusiast

Yes, we've all done it.

You hit a "purple patch" of winner after winner ... then wished you had increased your returns by backing them with multiple bets, (such as Doubles, Trebles, Four-Folds and Accumulators)

Or when you do place a Yankee, see the first two nags fail miserably,
then realise you still have a further two horses to run.

And obviously, the friendly bookmaker won't let us close the bet early simply because things have not gone our way!! It's not known as the "Mug Punter's Bet" for nothing!



For those people who perhaps dont know what a "Yankee" bet is,
perhaps I'd better explain the concept before telling you how our software can help.
"Normally, you select four bets from the races taking place during the day. You write all four bets on a slip, and hand it to the bookmaker. If the first horse wins, a percentage of the winnings are placed on the next horse. If that also wins, we have what's known as a winning "double" bet.

Once the second horse has won, again a percentage of the winnings is placed on the next horse. And so it continues until all four horses have run.

Let's say we place £1 on the first horse, which duly wins at 2/1. This pays us £2 winnings, (plus our £1 stake money back = 3). This £3 is then placed on the second horse. That duly wins at 5/1. So we win £15 (5 x £3 stake) PLUS we get our £3 stake money back, so we get £18 back. Not bad considering we only started the bet with £1.

By selecting four such horses to win their races, and by "mixing and matching" various combinations of bets, (ie placing a percentage of each win on subsequent horses), we end up with six such "Double" bets.

Another part of the bet will see a percentage of the winnings from those Doubles go onto a third bet, now called a "Treble".

Again, in the above example, we have so far won £18. That is placed onto the next horse, which again wins at 2/1. So we get £18 x 2 PLUS our £18 stake money. And once again, all we started with was £1

And if all four horses win, - well then we really hit the Jackpot - because the winnings from horse1 goes onto horse2, the winning from horse2 goes onto horse3, and the winnings from that go onto horse4.

Potentially, you can win hundreds of Pounds / Dollars ...
and sometimes even thousands"

If all the horses win, we get:
  • Six winning doubles
  • Four winning trebles
  • One winning four-fold

That's ELEVEN WINNING BETS

All you have to do is select your four horses,
and pass your betting slip to the bookmaker.

That's great if all four win!
But it only wants one horse to lose, and our potential winnings take a BIG hit.
We now end up with only:
  • Three winning doubles
  • One winning treble

That's only FOUR WINNING BETS. Never mind, we could still make a profit.

If one more horse loses, we might as well pack up and go home!!
The best we could end up with is a single winning double.
We might just about get our stake money back if the bet win at favourable odds.

Regretably, this is what happens most times; two or three of your bets fail, and all your stake money ends up in the bookmaker's satchel. As I've said, the bookmaker's affectionally refer to this bet as the "Mug Punter's Bet" as they know that most times, they will be keeping your money rather than paying out!!

Now it's time for the "Mug Punter" to hit back


Do you reckon you could find one good priced winner in a single day?

We're not talking consecutive betting days here, but when you feel all the conditions are right, and you can select a virtually "nailed on" winner.

If so, you have all you need to make the bookie's weep by effectively obtain multiple winning doubles and trebles. Or at least, you will have once you use our software.

It's very simple to use, (although behind-the-scenes it involves a lot of code for the program to run) It can be used on any computer that has a browser capable of using HTML5 ... and that's most modern broswers, including smartphones and Android devices.

No need to be connected to the internet as it is a "stand-alone" utility. At present, it only runs on your PC or laptop, but we hope in due course to release it as an Android app that you can use on your smartphone or tablet ... which means you could take it with you to the local betting shop, and still access the admin screen!

Here's what you do:
  1. You enter the maximum stake you want to risk for all eleven bets.

  2. You enter a name for this series of bets so you can reload it later

  3. A dummy name for the first horse appears in the first race box window
    (At this stage you may not know the name of the horse you want to bet on)

  4. The software tells you the minimum stake you'll be placing on that horse

  5. Save the database

That's it. You've finished with the software for today,
so it's off to see your friendly bookie to place your bet whenever you're ready.



Day No1

Next day, you get good advice about a certain horse, so you ...
  1. Open the software

  2. Replace the dummy horse name with the actual horse name

  3. Save the database


Once the result is known, you open up the software again:
  1. Tell the software whether the horse won or lost.

  2. The software puts a dummy name into the second race window
    Or you can enter the name of the next horse / bet if known

  3. An advised stake for horse No2

  4. Save the database

How simple was that?

NOTE: You do not get any winnings on the first day



Day No2

A week later, you get another good tip.
  1. Open the software, and select your preferred database

  2. Replace the dummy name in Race2 with the actual horse name

  3. Save the database
Again, once the result is known, you open up the software again:
  1. Tell the software whether the horse won or lost.

  2. The software puts a dummy name into the third race window

  3. An advised stake for horse No3

  4. Save the database

** If HorseNo1 and HorseNo2 won - CONGRATULATIONS.
You have a winning "Double" bet,
and the software shows you how much money you can deduct from your bet bank.



You do the same process for horse / bet No3. If that wins, you would have won a further TWO "Doubles" AND a winning treble bet. Again, the software will show how much you can deduct from the bank and claim as your winnings.

Finally, tell the software if bet No4 won.

If all four bets have won - and it can be a mixture of horse bets, golf, football whatever you prefer - prepare to get a nice surprise when the grand total of all your multiple bets appears in the box at the bottom of the screen!!



In this example, we have backed four horses at 3/1, 5/1 and 4/1 and 11/8
and turned our 11 stake into 690+
However, if just ONE horse loses, the returns would be considerably smaller


Try and do that on a normal Yankee bet ...
especially where the events may be several months apart and at this stage you don't even know who is going to be taking part at each event, even lest predict a winner!!

Oh, even though all your race data is stored on your own computer, you can - if you wish - also back up your data to our servers. Then, in the event that your database gets deleted should you clear your browser cache, you can download and reinstall your bets / data.

You can even delete the database from your computer should you wish to do so.



Now here's the interesting bit

You don't have to drain your bank if things do not go your way.

If the odds for the first two horses are lower than expected,
you might decide to close the bet and not risk your money on the last two bets

If the first three win, you might decide not to risk staking money on the last stage.

In short, YOU are now in control of your bet, not the bookie.
If you want to stop your bet early, you can do!

"Can the bookies ban me from using the software?"
In a word: No. As far as they're concerned,
all you're doing is placing single win bets each time ... albeit with increasing stakes.

And having said that, therein lies a note of caution.
You need to keep your initial stake to within reasonable limits.

If you get a series of big priced winners, stakes on horse No4 could reach a size where you could have trouble placing the bet with either a bookie / on betting exchanges.


Stand By For The "Shocking" Price
Considering this software could make you hundreds and potentially THOUSANDS each time it's run, it has been offered previously for $29.75 per month.
(It may still revert back to that in due course)

But I'm currently conducting a "marketing experiment".
You can obtain the software for just $9:95. That's right: It is not a cut down / time limited version. This is the "real deal" for a ridiculously low price.

Remember, it will run on your home PC or laptop, and a smartphone or Android app could be released soon.

The program does not "install" in the normal sense of the word, adding things to your registry settings etc. It is all contained within a single folder. So if you ever want to remove the program from your computer, all you do is delete the folder. Job done!

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