Betfair Conspiracy Review
It comes as something of a surprise, dear reader, to find that Betfair Conspiracy, the latest manual off the 'wonder system' production line is actually not bad. In fact, it might even be quite good.
For a change, there's no grammatical errors in Betfair Conspiracy.
For a change, there is reasonable rationale to the Betfair Conspiracy rules.
For a change, Betfair Conspiracy actually might work!
Betfair Conspiracy is a place backing system designed to have very short losing runs, and costs Â£37.
I ran the general rules through a systems checker tool and, although I couldn't specifically check each rule, I did get a warm feeling about the potential of this one.
Going through the racing today, I identified two horses that met the criteria. And this is how they fared:
3.30 Banjaxed Girl - 1.43 - WON (won the race)
4.50 Whizaar - 1.94 - WON (finished 2nd and therefore placed)
A promising enough start, for sure, but what about the likelihood of long-term profitability?
Well, I'd say it's pretty good.
You see, this system requires the user to actually delve into the form a little. It's all explained, and all required data are available on the sportinglife.com website.
Whilst undertaking this rudimentary form study, I actually found myself thinking that the horse had a better / worse chance than the betting suggested. In other words, my confidence in selections increased when the (common sense) rules were satisfied.
Now a word of caution. The rules are not really subject to interpretation, but they DO require some focus and time to work through. To review today's four cards, for instance, took me around 35 minutes.
If you've got no time available, then this won't be for you. But if you do have, say, an hour a day when you're betting to work through the rules, you might well have a lot of fun AND make some money with Betfair Conspiracy.
As with all Clickbank products, if you're not happy, you've got sixty days to claim a refund, so you're covered in that regard.
[N.B. I cannot vouch the immediate upsell after purchase, so my advice would be to scroll down to the bottom of the page, where it says 'No Thanks', and click that link.]