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Bookie Annihilation Update

I checked the Bookie Annihilation results yesterday and, with a wager in almost every race, we just about broke even to industry SP. A profit of a couple of points would have been made at Betfair SP.

Bangor = +1.35
-1    1.55 Pinerock e/w
+2.5    2.25 Magnetic Pole e/w
3.05 no bet
+1.85    3.40 Alazan / Sweet World dutched
-1    4.15 Fealing Real e/w
-1    4.50 Frosted Grape win

Salisbury = -0.54
-1        4.55 Calypso Star / Lady Willa dutched
+1.21     5.25 Morache Music / Park Ballet dutched
6.00 no bet
+1.25    6.30 Royal Exchange win
-1    7.00 My Manikato / Warlu Way dutched
-1    7.35 Joseph Lister e/w
8.05 no bet

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Sandown = -1.7
-1    2.05 Master Macho / Millyluvstobougie dutched
2.40 no bet
-1    3.15 Arc Light / Muntasib / Noonenose dutched
-1    3.50 Major Phil / Truism
+0.6    4.25 Calipatria e/w
+0.7    5.00 Park View / Aquarius Star / Kensei dutched

Wolverhampton = -0.4
+1.37    6.45 Fantasy Fighter / Cavitie dutched
+0.24    7.15 Two Feet Of Snow / Venus Empress dutched
-1    7.45 Bachelor Knight / Little Libretto dutched
-0.01    8.15 City Ground / Norman Orpen / Broadway Dancer         dutched
-1    8.50 Join Up / Out Of Nothing dutched
9.20 no bet

York = +0.8
-1    1.45 Bay Willow / Zuider Zee dutched
-1    2.15 Distant Memories / Harrison George / Rainbow Peak             dutched
+1.72    2.50 Red Jazz / Yaa Wayl dutched
-1    3.25 Equiano / Fleeting Spirit dutched
+3.08    4.05 Edmaaj / Moriarty / Ollon dutched
-1    4.40 Deauville Flyer e/w

Total = -0.49 points to industry SP.

Winners at Betfair SP were 5.5 (9/2 against ISP of 4/1),  3.27/1 vs 11/4 ISP, 2.56/1 vs 2/1 ISP, 13/8 vs 5/4 ISP, evens vs 10/11 ISP, 10.5/1 vs 8/1 ISP, 3.84/1 vs 7/2 ISP, 0.77/1 vs 8/11 ISP, 5.08/1 vs 5/1 ISP, and 12.51/1 vs 12/1. These prices were all bigger than industry SP (ISP) after commission, with the exception of the last two which were very marginally less.

Day one summary: a LOT of action as outlined, some nice priced winners, lots of interest for those watching the races all day, and a small profit at Betfair SP.

If you watch a lot of racing and like to bet from race to race, Bookie Annihilation might work for you. But if you don't, it won't be as it is a high maintenance affair with little upside (but probably little downside too).

Bookie Annihilation Review: Betting System

Bookie Annihilation

Bookie Annihilation

My inbox has been stuffed with Bookie Annihilation plugs for a few days now, so I thought I'd bag a copy of this betting system and see what all the fuss is about...

Firstly, Bookie Annihilation (BA) is from the same team who produced Betfair Conspiracy, which I actually quite liked, so I had reasonable hopes for this one.

The Bookie Annihilation betting system costs a one off £37.99.

Download was a simple enough process, although it did involve the seemingly obligatory 'upsell' of another modules. I politely declined. Also, in order to receive your copy, you are requested to enter your name and email into an opt-in form, which is a little cheeky in my opinion.

BA is a backing system, i.e. betting horses to win (or place), and there are three possible staking options: win, each way or dutch, depending on how the criteria are met.

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The criteria themselves are simple enough and involve examining the data from two racing information sites (but not the usual two), both of which are free to view.

This then presents us with between none and three horses to support in each race. Whilst BA suggests choosing the races you wish to back in, my view is that you probably need to be taking a look at all races and supporting horses accordingly. This would involve a lot of bets each day. Of course, you can choose to focus on one meeting, or just afternoon or evening, or whatever.

As an example, today would see us looking at the following horses:

Bangor
1.55 Pinerock e/w
2.25 Magnetic Pole e/w
3.05 no bet
3.40 Alazan / Sweet World dutched
4.15 Fealing Real e/w
4.50 Frosted Grape win

Salisbury
4.55 Calypso Star / Lady Willa dutched
5.25 Morache Music / Park Ballet dutched
6.00 no bet
6.30 Royal Exchange win
7.00 My Manikato / Warlu Way dutched
7.35 Joseph Lister e/w
8.05 no bet

Sandown
2.05 Master Macho / Millyluvstobougie dutched
2.40 no bet
3.15 Arc Light / Muntasib / Noonenose dutched
3.50 Major Phil / Truism
4.25 Calipatria e/w
5.00 Park View / Aquarius Star / Kensei dutched

Wolverhampton
6.45 Fantasy Fighter / Cavitie dutched
7.15 Two Feet Of Snow / Venus Empress dutched
7.45 Bachelor Knight / Little Libretto dutched
8.15 City Ground / Norman Orpen / Broadway Dancer dutched
8.50 Join Up / Out Of Nothing dutched
9.20 no bet

York
1.45 Bay Willow / Zuider Zee dutched
2.15 Distant Memories / Harrison George / Rainbow Peak dutched
2.50 Red Jazz / Yaa Wayl dutched
3.25 Equiano / Fleeting Spirit dutched
4.05 Edmaaj / Moriarty / Ollon dutched
4.40 Deauville Flyer e/w

That's a lot of action, unless you like placing twenty slips a day for small stakes (as many people do). There might also be angles here to just bet the single horses in races each way, or the win horses, or the two horses dutched.

Truth is at this stage, I have no idea. It took about a minute a race to go through those, which is not too bad at all - so that's about half an hour all done.

The approach is different, and interesting for that, and we'll see how these fare. I will update this post tomorrow.

You can take a look at Bookie Annihilator here.

Matt