It’s been a good start to our trial of football betting system Draw Doubles, which is a combined 8 points in profit so far adding together both the single and double bets.
That breaks down as 3 points profit for the singles and 5 points profit for the doubles.
Please note at the bottom of the results spreadsheet there are two tabs, one for the singles and one for the doubles.
When following the service you can bet in doubles, in singles, or both, depending on how much of a bank you want to allocate to each.
If you are following the doubles then you will need a bigger bank as the losing streaks will be longer. John who runs the service recommends a 50 point bank for singles and a 150 point bank for doubles.
Anyway, good to see this off to a positive start and let’s hope it continues.
Just to mention finally that you can still get a free trial of this until 15th February here.
Draw Doubles – New Review
3rd January 2018
For our first new trial of 2018 here at Honest Betting Reviews we are going to take a look at a football betting system with a slightly different approach to most footy services.
The service in question is called Draw Doubles and it comes from John Baker, the same man behind Banker Bets, one of the first footy systems we approved here on the site and more recently, Value Picks, which also received an approved rating.
As you have probably guessed from the name, this is about betting on the draw in football matches. You can do this in doubles, in singles, or both, depending on how much of a bank you want to allocate to each.
Rather than carrying out in-depth analysis of individual matches as John does for the Banker Bets and Value Picks services, this system uses utilizes a highly sophisticated, software-based selection algorithm to identify the highest value opportunities to back the draw in football matches from leagues around the world.
The results so far look very impressive, with over 100 points profit made since October 14th by backing both the singles and doubles.
That equates to a return on investment of over 17% and a return on capital (bank growth) of over 50%.
If you had backed the selections just as singles, then you would have made 36 points profit, which is a return on capital of over 70%.
And if you had backed just the doubles, you would have made 74 points profit and a 49% return on capital.
So all of the approaches have been nicely profitable and are worth considering as a way to back the selections.
We are big fans of John’s other services so we are looking forward to trialling this one and seeing if it can match their results.
The good news is that you can get a free trial of it up until 15th February here.
We will run a standard three month trial and will report back here regularly on how things are going.
Let’s hope we have good news to report at the time of our first update.