The Betting Maximizer (BM hereafter, for obvious reasons) is a laying system. Actually, itâ€™s two laying systems in one ebook. It costs Â£29.95, and comes as an instant download.
BM is twenty pages long and of those twenty pages, the last five contain the â€˜meatâ€™. There are, as I say, two laying systems, one for flat and one for jumps.
Helpfully, theyâ€™ve both been created using Racing Systems Builder, some tremendous software much loved by me, which means Iâ€™m able to check the results for Betting Maximizer.
So, what did I learn? Well, first off, the flat system seems OK. Youâ€™d have won 4,671 of your 5,243 bets over the last five years (a strike rate of 89.09%), and made an average of 27.54 points a year, or 137 points over five years.
Thatâ€™s an unspectacular, yet still profitable, ROI of 2.6%.
The National Hunt laying system fared less well, and actually produced a loss by my calculations (using average Betfair SPâ€™s per industry SP bracket) of five points over five years. In other words, it broke even, less a point a year.
These include, of course, 5% commission on winning lays.
The full datasets can be seen here:
For such a small ROI, I couldnâ€™t recommend this system as being one for the portfolio. But, on the basis that it does provide plenty of action and, over the long term, shouldnâ€™t lose you money, it will make a fun system for those with time on their hands and a yearning to play the ponies.
Far from the worst Iâ€™ve seen, but not a serious proposition.
You can read the blurb, and get sucked into myriad â€˜Wait, donâ€™t goâ€™ boxes, hereâ€¦ (and donâ€™t say I didnâ€™t warn you!)