Tonights CL with a slightly different strategy of back the Draw at the start for £2 in case its 0-0 and also makes any Draw 1-1 or 2-2 etc a bit better. Still lay £50 on a goal and back back £40 now on an equaliser.
Missed the Barcelona match because it started early but that would have been a small win from the £2 Draw bet it ended 0-0. Overall there Greens of £200ish didnt come in and I had with 5 mins to go two teams who if they scored again landed me it, but they didnt. On the other hand the Liverpool 90th min goal turned a £20 loss into a win, so cest la vie.
It seems more stable now, I like the backing the Draw at the start, I think I will up that to £4 at the start. I will also back back for £38 not £40 on an equaliser.
Just wondering the reasoning behind backing the draw at the start?
If its 0-0 stops me from having completely wasted my time.
Also I often have a large Green on teams coming back to win but smaller on just equalising or even going 2-0 down but ending 2-2, this means those results are compensated for a bit better.
Downside is when a team goes ahead and walks it (Like Arsenal last night) it costs a bit more, but not a lot more, and the number of times it will be 0-0 more than cover it anyway.
We shall see, thats basically why I did it though, it is just a fun/interesting theory, it is in profit at the moment and seems to be doing OK more often than not ticking over a bit up a bit down and occasionally hitting big wins but it never has big losses. Im trying to get it so it more consistantly ticks up slowly and the big wins are smaller.
I am considering backing back on the equalising goal to make that team Green for a max £100 win, so still nice if it comes in but means the other results are fatter too.