An interesting perspective on last night's theme from Matt of Football Elite in the 'Comments' section (see yesterday's post). Reading it and my post again, it has put me in mind to do a very basic exercise relating to the services that once were in the SBC Hall of Fame, but are no longer. If I get the chance I'll post some thoughts up on this tomorrow. If not, I'll do it as soon as I can. I'm curious.
A very, very quiet day today, and not one that will live for very long in the memory.
ProBandit unfortunately gave much of yesterday's profit back, giving two system selections in the one race, neither of which won.
The only other racing service to provide advice today was Chasemaster whose horse came second at 4/1 to return stakes.
ProBandit: Staked 1.25pts, -1.25pts.
Chasemaster: Staked 0.25pts, level.
Total financial loss on the racing of £50.
Not so good with the Racing Trends lays today - five place lays, three of which unfortunately found the frame. That doesn't quite tell the whole story though, but I'll leave that until the review of how things are going on Saturday.
Running total: 57.14% strike rate, -8.68% roi.
Sportyy had a couple of bets today, one in the tennis which lost, and a bet on the Spanish football tonight (Deportivo) which won.
Sportyy: Staked £90, -£3.05.
Total loss on sports of £3.05.
Tuesday 10th May: Staked £160, -£53.05.
Week to date: Staked £338, -£68.05.
Month to date: Staked £3,592, +£921.51, roi 25.65%.
Things should get a little more interesting from tomorrow, when the big three day York meeting gets underway. Could well see 4PA wading into the action which tends to lead to short term volatility, either in a good or bad way.
OK. Off to watch Revista, a program that shows how good Match of the Day could be.