Gambled horses proof of the scam (Part 2)

by Patrick on December 15, 2015

Gambled horses proof of the scam (Part 2)

Yesterday i told you all about gambled horses proof of the scam in 2009, today we’re going to have a look at 2010 and see how gambled horses got on with his proofing in that year.

 

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As you can see from the above graph Gambled was at his best at the start of the year with his most relevant line in the graph being the blue one (SP) called starting price, at no point during the year did he manage to go into profit, which is a shame really and i say it’s a shame because i am beginning to see how one would consider to start scamming people to make their losses back, so i was really hoping gambled horses would of learned his lessons from his 2.8 million loss of the previous year, but lets carry on and see what was the damage in this year of 2010.

 

Number of Selections 893 Average Stake 1.00 points
Successful Selections 218 Success Percentage 24.41%
Total SP Profit -138.44 points SP Profit On Turnover -15.5%
Total BSP Profit -37.25 points BSP Profit On Turnover -4.17%

 

This is for level stakes, so the total loss for the year is -138.44 if you were following and betting on gambled horses selections at 1 unit stakes.

Lets see how gambled got on for his infamous “live horse racing advisory service”

 

 

 

Number of Selections 893 Average Stake 14918.03 points
Successful Selections 218 Success Percentage 24.41%
Total SP Profit  – 1,693,469.33 points SP Profit On Turnover -15.5%
Total BSP Profit –110,983.25 points BSP Profit On Turnover -4.17%

 

So as the numbers don’t lie what we can see here is that if you followed gambled hores “advisory service” you’d be a lot worse off than just betting £1 on his selections rather than also taking his advise and doing his advised stakes, in 2010 his advised stakes loss was nearly 1.7 million.

Adding his losses from 2009 and now we can see that his advised stakes total loss for both years is 4.5 million.