Some tough questioning that’s come in from genuine folk this week, getting under the skin of the Day B4 betting system and testing whether it really does what Harrison is claiming …
I don’t know much about horse racing. Is it difficult to pick the bets to place?
No knowledge of horse racing is required, and the manual runs through the processes very clearly. There’s no research to do, no form to check – the rules are very simple. Either a race qualifies or it doesn’t.
But what if I get stuck and am not sure what to do?
Just drop me an email – I’m on hand to help.
You say that I need to get bets on between 7pm and 10pm. I work evenings, so that just isn’t possible for me. Would it be okay to place bets around midnight?
We mention between 7 and 10pm as most people will find this convenient. However the main reason for placing the bets early is to avoid the fluctuations in odds that occurs the next day. So placing bets any time until next morning, when betting starts in earnest is quite OK.
2000% annually sounds great, but what kinds of drawdowns does this go through?
Day B4 has a built-in loss limiter designed to stop stakes getting too big, and to limit any drawdowns.
At maximum stakes, we either make £500 and withdraw it, or lose £250 (or there about) and top up.
Since starting on the 10/1/17 with stakes for a £250 bank (with top-up funds), my results have been:
(that’s 1,148% profits on a £250 starting bank)
My worst drawdown was £314 in February, but this was quickly made back up by the £503 winning sequence the next month.
You’ll notice that a losing run may exceed the £250 – where I take more than one loss in a day. This is why it’s important to have back-up funds where necessary (I’d recommend setting aside £500 in order to bet with maximum stakes – that way you can spread funds across accounts.)
Do I need multiple bookie accounts? Do I need a betfair account?
You don’t need Betfair, although it can sometimes be useful if they are offering the best odds.
Similarly, you can follow the Day B4 strategy with just 4 accounts, but the more you have the higher the likelihood of getting on at the best odds on offer. And if you have accounts with a ‘best odds guaranteed’ facility, that will give profits a boost too.
Why is the guarantee based on YOUR results? If it’s all down to interpretation, then I can’t hope to match that!
There is no interpretation in these signals – the rules are very simple. However, there will be some differences in the races picked by people, due to which bookies you have accounts with, whether you get a profit boost from a best-odds-guaranteed account, and what time you’re checking the races.
I wouldn’t expect this different to be significant.
The guarantee needs to be based on something concrete, and my publisher felt that my results would be the most reliable indicator of performance. The last thing I want is for people to feel pressurized to start betting with full stakes and match my daily betting, until you’re completely ready. You may prefer to use £1 stakes for the first few weeks, while you’re finding your feet. You may have a summer holiday planned, when you won’t be placing bets.
I will be maintaining a track record, which my publisher posts on his website (here) – so you can check my bets. I can guarantee to you, they are 100% genuine, and once you understand the system you will easily be able to check my results are accurate.
Does the 1000% profit rely on compounding?
I have a special staking plan which boosts profits. However, there’s no compounding of results (that just doesn’t work well with bookmakers, who’ll soon refuse bets if the sizes get too big). Instead, I break my betting down into sequences – each sequence starts with a £250 bank, and either wins £500 or loses £250. If it’s a loss, I have to top up my funds. If it’s a winner, I take those profits off the table and start again.
Does the system rely on sensible ‘retrieval staking’ after losses?
You can choose to do flat staking, or you can use my retrieval staking plan – but this includes a very strict limit on how far we can increase the stakes.
Can you bet on races that aren’t in the UK and Ireland?
I’m afraid that option isn’t currently available.
Do you use multipliers?
No we don’t use multipliers. All the bets taken with Day B4 are very simple, straight-forward bets to win.
Am I right in saying that the Day B4 strategy involves placing bets in the evening, then trading out the following day?
Completely not. There’s no laying of bets with this. As I say above, these are dead simple bets, placed the day before races – there’s no ‘managing’ next day.
So, how do I get started?
Just follow the link below, where you’ll get all the details and can sign up for Day B4. As soon as I have your details, the Day B4 guide will be posted to you – and you can start placing your first bets within the next few days.