A bit of a step backwards for Remote Dutch Betting over the last month, with a loss of 20 points since our last update.
That means they are now 12 points down for our trial overall.
However, 10 points of that was lost accidentally as the bot developer apparently placed two bets that were meant to just be in test mode. Oops!…well these things happen, we have included them in our results but without those accidental bets we would pretty much be even for the trial at the moment.
They are promising to up the bet rate shortly to get things moving in the right direction and hopefully start accumulating some profits.
Also worth noting is that they are due to stop taking on new members from October, so today is the last chance (for the moment) to sign up to Dutch Betting.
Remote Dutch Betting – Results Update
28th August 2019
It’s been a solid start to our trial of Remote Dutch Betting from Exponential Bet, with a profit of 8 points made so far after just over two weeks.
Just a reminder that this is a system for betting on the horses that uses remote software in the cloud to place all the bets for you so is fully automated. The “Dutching” element is that they select a number of horses in the same race, with the aim of securing a consistent return rather than picking one or two big winners but having long losing streaks like some tipsters.
Once you have set it up and chosen your staking, you don’t need to do anything – there is no need to even turn on your computer because it’s all done remotely over the cloud, which is great.
It’s been fairly quiet in terms of the number of bets placed so far but they are expecting to ramp things up over the next couple of weeks and have quite a few more races to play in.
So far so good though for Remote Dutch Betting.
Remote Dutch Betting – New Review
3rd August 2019
The future of betting is here.
Over the last twenty years we have seen a revolution in betting that has completely transformed the industry, taking it from punters having to venture into dark, smoked-filled bookmakers’ shops to place their wagers to just clicking a button on their phones to put on a bet.
This has all been made possible of course because of the internet, but other innovations that followed like Betfair, odds comparison sites, trading software and stats websites have combined to greatly improve the punters’ experience over the last few years.
But the revolution has not stopped there and we are continuing to see innovation that has the potential to transform the world of betting even further.
The latest of this innovation concerns auto-trading and auto-betting.
This is the idea that you can automatically copy the bets or trades of a professional. Once you have set up the software, you can just leave it to run and place the bets for you.
So no need to wait for an e-mail with tips and have to place all the bets yourself, or sit in front of a computer screen all day to place trades.
We are starting to see this technology being used in a number of systems we are reviewing and we have no doubt this will be the future of betting.
The latest of these auto-trading systems is Remote Dutch Betting from the Exponential Bet team.
We have previously reviewed Exponential Bet systems and given them passed ratings, so we are always interested when they release something new.
This latest one is a way of placing Dutch bets remotely on the cloud to your Betfair account. It’s very easy to set up and you can set your own staking and bank levels. You don’t provide your Betfair username and password, it is all handled securely.
Exponential Bet have a rich history of Dutch betting, with previous systems having made 634% and 324% profit.
This latest system is pretty new having only been going a few months but early results look promising with the bank having grown to over £1,100 from a £1,000 starting bank.
It has been in beta testing but is due to go live on 6th August.
All in all we are very much looking forward to testing this one out and we know they have some other very promising systems coming down the line based on the auto-trading software.
We will aim to run a standard three month trial and report back here regularly on how things are going.