Take a look at the Independent Review
Just Winners gave False-Favourites
And there’s more…
The system is also Highly Recommended by many of the industries respected racing sites
False Favourites was written by Jonathan Burgess who appears in the Betfair academy as an accredited trainer. I requested a copy of False Favourites to review and Jonathan duly obliged in a timely and friendly manner which is always a positive for me. After all, if you’re confident in your product then why wouldn’t you want it reviewed?
The market is swamped with laying systems at present and in general most are not worth the paper they are written on. Due to this fact I wasn’t expecting False Favourites to be any different if I am totally honest.
I was pleasantly surprised however when I received the PDF file containing the system. Unlike the usual two a penny laying systems that I usually come across which are a few hundred words long this was totally different
I came across false favourites lay betting by Jonathan Burgess in my mailbox on Friday and was closest hit by the enormity of it. It’s an e-book consisting of well over 200 pages! Surprisingly, hardly any of the content was the usual Betfair rubbish.
It was complete of sound advice on finding favourites that are likely to lose and an almost psychological approach to laying horses. The book is divided into three parts; National Hunt, Flat and the all weather. A slightly different approach is required for each code.
The author indicates concentrating on one code at a time, which is sound advice. Every component is written about in complete detail. the aim, of course, is to find favourites that are likely to lose. A suggested maximum odds is recommended, reducing limitations.
Three years trading on betfair has taught me an awful lot about how to profit from racing. So much so…