Gambled horses proof of the scam (Part 3)

by Patrick on December 15, 2015

Gambled horses proof of the scam (Part 3)

I’ve covered gambled horses proofing for the years 2009 and 2010 in part one and two, now it’s time to have a look at the chart for the year 2011.

 

Gambled Horses

 

 

As you can see from the above graph gambled horses did manage to go into profit for a short time until it went downhill very quickly, so lets have a look at the figures for this years proofing…

 

 

Number of Selections 2718 Average Stake 1.00 points
Successful Selections 669 Success Percentage 24.61%
Total SP Profit -484.82 points SP Profit On Turnover -17.84%
Total BSP Profit -204.07 points BSP Profit On Turnover -7.51%

As you can see from one point or £1 level stakes your loss would of been £484.82 if £1 was placed on each selection for the whole year. Lets see how gambled horses advised stakes got on for the same time period.

Number of Selections 2718 Average Stake 16012.43 points
Successful Selections 669 Success Percentage 24.61%
Total SP Profit
-7,228,498.24

points

SP Profit On Turnover -17.84%
Total BSP Profit -2,384,966.54  points BSP Profit On Turnover -7.51%

Advised stakes straight from gambled horses codes is at a loss of 7.2 million for the year which is quite a bit compared to his 2 previous years loss which stood at 4.5 million for both years. The total amount lost at gambled horses advised stakes for the time period of 2009-2010 now stands at a jaw dropping 11.7 million there or thereabouts, which amazes me especially when he is suppose to be helping you win money from his live horse racing advisory service, if he can’t manage to make a profit from proofing all his selections over a period of years, how would you expect him to be able to make you a profit if you were to sign up to one of his so called horse racing advisory services? I just can’t see that happening, can you?