Systems Blogs

An Insight Into My Horse Racing System (Part 1)

Sep 11th, 2012 at 18:40 on Systems 0 comments 260 views

The Ins And Outs Of My Racing System The vast majority of the OLBG audience will know that for some years i have been using a system for my racing selections and from time to time it has been profitable but there has also been times when it has been awful. This is the problem with systems or at least in my case anyway, they can sometimes be like a woman …

Creating A System Base (Part 2)

Sep 11th, 2012 at 21:08 on Systems 0 comments 214 views

The Creation Of A System This is a follow up to this BLOG, so have a read if you haven't already. I have gone through the easy part of the system, anyone can set out a scoring system and a collection of data, the question is how to use all of this combined to determine a system. You are fairly limited in ways to which view this data, creating tables in …

Completing The System (Part 3)

Sep 12th, 2012 at 12:56 on Systems 2 comments 222 views

The Final Steps We have gone through the process that i use to rate races, the information that i gather and then we created a base system using just the race information. Here is just a quick reminder of the base system we are using: Jumps System 1 Base Setup Base System is Chase over 2m Runners Must be between 3 & 9 Must not be a handicap on …

The Best Horse Racing Betting System Ever. Can it work?

Aug 25th, 2012 at 00:20 man o bong on Systems 88 comments 138884 views

One of the most frequently asked questions about Horse Racing Betting - "Systems, do they work?" There are three types of punters regarding systems and during this piece I will refer to each in passing. Those that use systems, lose with systems and think they work. Those that have used systems, didn't win and don't accept that they can work. Those that have a system, win, won't tell, and are not believed to be …

Horseracing Betting Systems - Hold Up Horses

May 17th, 2013 at 00:51 man o bong on Systems 7 comments 2768 views

Further to the forum debate on the merit of following front runners or horses preferred to be held up, I went investigating if there was something to follow on a system based approach - here is what I found. I may very well rue the day I wrote this article but in the spirit of OLBG, I present the following to you loyal readers and occasional browsers alike. My first approach was …

VALUEBANK Football Ratings - Lower League Focus Going Forward Perhaps?

Jan 28th, 2014 at 07:49 man o bong on Systems 0 comments 2413 views

After several days of crunching numbers, comparing and coffee, I have some exciting news!! I've been breaking down the games,the league,the prices, the predictions and the sources. I have been sufficiently enthused through 250 predictions that there is something to be had from this time investment. It's not finished by any means but prior to adding some staking, I think I have found where the focus should be. Predictably, this will come …

VALUEBANK RATINGS - Weekend Selections

Feb 1st, 2014 at 08:18 man o bong on Systems 1 comments 1443 views

This week, I have some definite selections from the Ratings System VALUEBANK Football Ratings How to use the ratings: A sophisticated set of selections based on a database of other ratings, coupled with best odds available and a number of other mathematical formula. The system produces a ratings for each possible 1x2 outcome in every English football fixture, and highlights where best odds available offer a degree of value that is equivalent or greater …

ValueBank Ratings February 6th, 7th

Feb 7th, 2014 at 21:36 man o bong on Systems 1 comments 1227 views

First week of February can be a winner for the Ratings - If the games are on! VALUEBANK Football Ratings How to use the ratings: A sophisticated set of selections based on a database of other ratings, coupled with best odds available and a number of other mathematical formula. The system produces a ratings for each possible 1x2 outcome in every English football fixture, and highlights where best odds available offer a degree of …

ValueBank Football Ratings - Staking System Development

Feb 12th, 2014 at 07:28 man o bong on Systems 0 comments 1846 views

With just under 400 games under the belt now,the development of the rating system continues. I am looking at adding in a staking plan based on the results so far Current P&L on every game covered 120/367 (32.6%) +10.89 VALUEBANK Football Ratings How to use the ratings: A sophisticated set of selections based on a database of other ratings, coupled with best odds available and a number of other mathematical formula. Originally at inception the …

VALUEBANK Football Ratings - Feb 22nd, 23rd, 24th February

Feb 19th, 2014 at 16:50 man o bong on Systems 0 comments 1387 views

Weekly update for this weekend English League games Current P&L on every game rated 129/402 (32%) +40.60 VALUEBANK Football Ratings How to use the ratings: A sophisticated set of selections based on a database of other ratings, coupled with best odds available and a number of other mathematical formula. Originally at inception the system provided a rating on every football match taking place in the top four division of English football. Indeed this is what …

SYSTEMS - STATS - TRENDS - VALUE

Sep 24th, 2012 at 17:31 on Systems 5 comments 860 views

Its possible to write a Blog on all of the various headings, SYSTEMS - STATS - TRENDS - VALUE but I like to combine all 4 as part of my daily checks to finding winners. Some people dismiss Systems as a lazy way of punting, yet the whole world revolves around Sytems, in this day and age you would be hard pressed to survive without a System in place. You only need …

Get the New Year off to a winning start

Dec 29th, 2012 at 11:43 on Systems 19 comments 465 views

Last year I posted this info; to follow a certain trainer during the month of January, in races confined to 3yo's only. On January 1st, all those horse's that were 2yo's on December 31st suddenly become 3yo's the following day, even though their actual date of birth might not see them reach actual 3yo status until usually, February or March but with some as late as May. Trainer, Mark Johnston has …