Pre-Match Trading Trial – Week #11 & Final Trial Conclusion
At the end of 10 and a bit weeks trialling the Pre-Match Trading product, it is now time to reflect and draw some conclusions.
It is impossible to deny that this is a remarkable piece of software: a fact clearly spelled out by the phenomenally high strike rate of 92.3%.
The prices that are flagged as ‘wrong’ by the software nearly always come back to the ‘right’ place over time.
There have been very occasional exceptions to this, but even then there has often been a logical explanation, as the software is mathematical.
For instance, if the match is a second leg of a cup tie, the prices will often trade ‘wrongly’ as gamblers place bets/trades on the losing side coming back – thus keeping the price lower than the maths would say.
Awareness of these sort of anomalies comes with experience and prevents you jumping on what appears to be a good potential trade.
Some things to consider
Pre-Match Trading is not a ‘bet and forget’ product. The user does need to continue to pay attention to the primary markets of the game (match odds, over/under 2.5 goals) as changes in them will have the effect of moving the other secondary market prices (correct score, over/under 3.5 goals etc). So what might have looked a potentially good trade may need to be cancelled if the first side of the bet has yet to be matched or scratched for a breakeven (or very occasionally even a small loss).
Additionally the user needs to be ready to put in the closing side of the trade once the opening side starts to get matched so it is advisable to be keeping a close eye on developments at all times.
What the results log does not show is the number of ‘failed’ trades which can occur for a number of reasons and can occasionally be frustrating. This is however an inevitable part of the system.
By far and away the most common issue is not getting matched (or only partially) before the price moves in the direction that the software has predicted!
The user can counter this by being more aggressive and taking prices on offer when reaching the market, but this is a riskier strategy as it leaves one open to being on the wrong side of a trade if the primary markets move against you.
You also need to be patient as markets can sometimes take an age to move when liquidity is low. Bigger matches are therefore better to trade, but then the queues on the prices can be long.
I have also sometimes struggled to get larger amounts matched so my returns have been fairly small, although the %age return on the total amount traded has been very acceptable.
I have also been fairly cautious in my approach during the trial so it is probably possible to boost returns with a more aggressive approach.
On the positive side, the Pre-Match tool gives the user a very smooth ride as the strike rate is so high.
I personally love the feeling of the closing trade getting matched and an all-green screen appearing in front of your eyes!
Once you are in this position you then have the option of taking the cash on offer before kick off, or trying to boost your coffers by taking it in play. This certainly adds to the excitement of watching a match!
Personally, I will only take a trade in play if I am able to watch the game as I want to make an informed decision as when to cash out.
It is also worth adding that the support given by the guys who run the product is very good. My emails were answered quickly and thoroughly, and tips are sent out for bigger matches. There is also a chat room that the support guys are often in when there are big matches on.
There are also several videos to watch showing how to put the system into practice.
I have thoroughly enjoyed using Pre-Match Trading and have been very pleased with the results. I therefore recommend it with the following couple of caveats:
- Start slowly whilst you get to grips with the software
- Ensure that you can keep abreast of any changes to the primary markets and do not expect to make huge amounts of money overnight.
Follow this and you won’t go too far wrong.:)
You can download the complete results log for the trial here.
Pre Match Trading Review
September 10, 2012 |
Product Name: Pre Match Trading (including Draw Inflation tool)
Author: Adam Ersser and Emil Genev
Company Name & Contact Details:
Profit before KO
Price: Trial £20 for 2 weeks then £39 per month or £106 for 3 months/£191 for 6 months
Money Back Guarantee: No
What Do You Get?
- Software program, detailed instruction manual, email support plus tutorial videos and Chat room.
Where To Buy: http://www.prematchtrading.com
Pre Match Trading by Adam Ersser and Emil Genev is a betting system operating in over/under 1.5 to 4.5 goals, correct score, next goal, half time and half time correct score markets. Testing has been carried out on top leagues in England, Germany, Italy and Spain with International Matches as well.
What’s It All About?
Software system for identifying mispriced soccer events to allow profitable trading on those games before the match has commenced. The draw inflation element looks at the match and Over/Under 2.5 markets with this in mind. Email alerts available to advise of games meeting criteria. The main software – named Shirley – automatically calculates the top 5 matches in liquidity terms but users can use the software to make their own assessment of any game.
Make money before the game has even kicked off with PrematchTrading.com
"...(PMT) is a very unique and different betting tool that allows users to make money based on shifts in the betting market...
...Shirley has been expertly trialed by PMT’s team over the last 12 months, with the software being finely tuned to deliver maximum results. Since the site has been launched a vast number of users have started to make money consistently, and the popularity and demand for the betting tool has grown exponentially in 2012..."
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