Anyone think this is genuine?
Stumbled across this today in my lunch break:
[nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSnhfBHXpO8&feature=related"]YouTube - Sports Arbitrage Results[/nomedia]
Clearly advertising some sort of scheme/affiliate thing. However I found it actually had quite an authentic feel to the video. He's either spent some time making it up or is actually doing very well for himself.
Seems genuine enough to me. I dont think somebody would go through a lot of hassle of it wasnt.
I think the trader is real, but being used as a tool to direct website traffic to betting school or whatever it is.
Kind of like Cindy Crawford doing a workout video - the beauty is real, but the workout is rubbish.
Don't see why not, just surprised he's using paper/pen to record all that data! Surely would be quicker in a spreadsheet - Andy is that you in the video!?!
Originally Posted by bish
Staring at the VDU sends you round the bend sometimes, not putting those bets in a spreadsheet, instead writing them down might give his eyes a break and arguably make him more efficient.
Originally Posted by munk
Maybe he gets writers cramp though.
A casino bonus player I know checked into hospital a couple of weeks ago with RSI ha ha.
Good point... I bet on under2.5 on both sides of an arb tonight on the ... wait for it ... Arsenal match (6-0!). I'm ordering me a bunch of those lever arch files I think...
Originally Posted by Landprofits
Seriously though yeah that is a good point, as I type this my eyes are pretty sore tbh, really should get that sorted out.
I've been matched betting for nearly 4 years off an on and I've got every bet I've ever made written down in a various A5 notebooks. Just the way I started doing it and couldn't imagine doing anything else.