All Weather Ultimate Final Review

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Profit/loss -64 points
Strike rate 18%
Bank growth -32%
Cost £53.96 for first 90 days then £11.96 every 28 days
ROI -30%
Average number of tips per day 1


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All Weather Ultimate Final Review

Well we have come to the end of our three month trial of All Weather Ultimate and unfortunately it has ended in a 64 point loss.

The danger with systems like this – trainer and jockey combinations at certain courses – is that they can look great based on past statistics. However, unless those statistics are based on a large enough sample size and arise from sound logic as to why such a combination should have an advantage, then they are unlikely to continue to perform well.

My own personal view is that most of the time it is just coincidence – statistical variability will inevitably mean some jockeys and trainers have great records at one course and bad ones at another. Perhaps they have had a couple of 50/1 winners at one course that make their results look great. But is that likely to continue? And if so, why? 

These are the sorts of questions you need to ask when considering betting strategies such as this.

Ease of use: Very good – bets are given out early in the morning (UK time) and can be placed either with the bookies or exchanges. There is on average 1 bet per day so very quick to place the bets.

Availability of prices: Good – there wasn’t any problem getting the bets on nor any big difference in results by using Betfair.

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 18% so patience will be required to deal with losing runs. 

Advised Betting Bank: A 200 point betting bank is advised, which seemed adequate, with average stakes of just over 2 points per bet. Even with the disappointing results of the trial, we were still nowhere near losing the bank – being just over 30% down overall. 

Subscription costs: The subscription costs are reasonable at (a rather unusual!) £53.96 for first 90 days then £11.96 every 28 days after that. 


This service claimed very good results coming into our trial at over 600 points profit bad sadly has failed to deliver those kinds of results here and with over 60 points loss this one has to go into the failed category unfortunately.


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