Well I did some research and bought the Sports Betting Champ system. John’s Football betting system is a very simplistic system that produces 63% win rate. Well I did some research on this and during that time there were 46 games played on the NFL already, there were only 4 plays that were applicable to what John Morrision advised and if I had bet on all 4 games, all 4 games lost. Now maybe if over the long run it does produce a 63% winning percentage, next time would be a good time to bet, maybe not. Regardless, it is so simple, with no logic involved that it is a waste of space to talk about.
This uses a progressive betting approach to his so-called 97% Baseball selections. The only thing I agree with is progressive betting is the only way to win in sports betting or in gambling period.
John’s MLB Baseball Betting System as he advertises on his website is very impressive with a 97% winning percentage. What John does not explain is the 97% reflects เว็บบาคาร่า a win for each series he has selected. In baseball a series can be as little as one game, to as many as five, but the norm is three games. John explains you will win, and often if you bet the team he sends to you. I haven’t spent the time to research how that selection is made, but I sure it is something simplistic, like the NFL, which I did look into.
In baseball normally a team goes to a city and plays three games, not a single game like other sports. This is how he advises you to win!!! In the first game of a selected series you bet to win $100, which could be as little as $50.00 if it is a huge underdog, but I am sure, that most of his selections are going to be home teams that are favored. If that is the case you probably would have to risk an average of $140.00 a bet to win that $100.00. If that game loses, you would bet the same team in the second game. This time, if the odds are the same, you would wager now to win the original $100.00, plus the $140.00 you lost on the first game. This bet could be $335.00 or more. If what he says, is a truthful fact (which in my years of experience, I seriously doubt) you would go to this third bet at least a handful of times during a baseball season.