£1 A Day Patient Staking Approach Results Update?


For anyone reading this post and wondering what my £1 A Day Patient Staking Approach is all about click here: £1 A Day Patient Staking Approach

Here’s an up to date breakdown of the results so far:

Start Date:                                   01/09/2011
Todays Date:                               19/10/2011
Number Of Days:                        49
Daily Amount Added:                 £1.00
Total Amount Added:                 £49.00
Number Of Transactions:           54
Profit Loss:                                   +£46.87
Current Bank Size:                      £95.87

The previous seven days have once again been profitable, with an overall profit of  £8.56, meaning overall bank growth of £15.56 (when the £1 a day that I add to bank is included).  The profit is made up of £3.69 from a small free bet from Betwin and the remainder( £4.87 )split between two of my favourite methods.

The combined compound effect of adding the profits and daily £1 to the bank is rapidly pushing the bank towards the target figure, that will trigger the next increase in stakes. On the one hand the increased stakes can help to further compound the bank growth, if my current good fortune continues, or add to my losses if the approach hits a bad run of results (which will happen sooner or later).

Either way I am very pleased with progress so far.

As I have written before; I do use my ‘High Probability Each Way Selections’, in a modified way! as one of the key methods used as part of  my £1 a day Patient staking approach.

I hope that you have enjoyed this post.
Stay Patient
Mark

2 comments:

  1. Mark,

    Quite impressive are those profit figures..congratulations on your discipline and patience and hard work. Long may it continue.

    Jake

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  2. Hi Jake

    Thanks for the support mate.

    Whilst the actual numbers are only small, the rate of growth and percentage profit increases are particularly satisfying especially when I factor in that I only need to spend a minimum amount of time on the approach.

    Thanks again
    Mark

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