Can't sleep, so just been doing a bit of working out. Been doing really well lately, so thought I'd have a work out of how well I actually have done since doing these "Andy Robson" bets.
Some have been tipped off by him, some I have done off my own back, as they're actually quite simple in my eyes.
They're basically the in-plays. You start with a tenner and you slowly build it up. You look for games that are between 45 & 60 minutes and you look at the stats. It's best to keep to games that are either 1-1, 1-0 or 0-0, and respectively you wait for over 2.5, over 1.5 and over 0.5 to hit 1.4 (2/5 to the fractional users). Pick games where it looks like a goal is coming. Put the bet on and wait. You need just one goal in half an hour or more.
A good example was yesterday, Gimnastic v Cadiz. 0-0 at half time, I put £25 on over 0.5 at 2/5, it ended 1-0. It felt easy.
I actually lost a tenner a couple of times to start off with, but I got it up to £14, then £19.60, and then so on. I stopped putting every penny of it on, because it gives you a back-up should it go wrong.
A couple of days ago I'd gotten it up to £133.33. I withdrew £100 of that (meaning I have covered ten "runs" to put it that way) and stuck £25 of it on that Gimnastic v Cadiz game. It paid out so it's up to £35, immediately went on a Dutch game over 2.5, in it came, £35 into £49.
I've upped my stakes, and earlier I went and stuck £100 on one game. Paid out within two minutes.
My balance is now up to £200. Intend to withdraw £150 and then keep playing with the remaining £50.
I have checked my history. Since November 5th, I'm £274.60 up by doing this.