Case Study: Winning With The Panel Part 2

A few months ago we wrote a blog on the different methods we had come up with to try and maximise profit from our tips and different members of The Gambling Panel are continuing to trial these. Everyone has there own method based on their approach to gambling and what their end goal is, so below is a new method that I’ve been trialling.

I’ve gone a slightly different route with the games we tip and I’m exploring the Goal Line market. I took a look at the full time result in all of the games we have tipped in 2017 to try and find what was the best market to bet on and the stats suggest this is the Goal Line 1,1.5 market. For those of you new to the Goal Line market, this bet splits your stake into two. Half of the stake goes onto over 1 goal and the other half goes onto over 1.5 goals. If there are 0 goals in the match you lose your whole stake. If there is only 1 goal in the match then half of your stake is returned. If there are 2 or more goals then the bet wins.

The first table below shows the outcome of the year to date tips and I took these and worked out the return on betting on every game with a level stake of £5 across 5 different markets. These results are shown in the second table.

Games 813
Over 0.5 623
Over 1.5 357
Ended 1-0 266
Losses 190
  Profit Odds
Over 0.5 £    88.23 1.3333
0.5, 1 £    91.25 1.425
Over 1 £  165.60 1.625
1, 1.5 £  348.50 2.1
Over 1.5 £  263.60 2.425

I’ve used the odds that are available at the same time as our recommended minimum on the over 0.5 market (1.333) to keep it consistent. As you can see over this period following any of these methods would have left you with a profit, but clearly the most profitable is the Goal Line over 1,1.5 market. Obviously it’s impossible to get on all of the tips we tweet due to missing the notification or the odds not reaching the desired target, but there are times when you can get better odds than 2.1 and others you miss will inevitably end up losing. These should cover some of those missed winners.

I’ve followed this method over the past month by betting £5 on every tip I could. I currently have a balance of £53.32 without needing to redeposit. In this period I missed tips due to reasons mentioned above and even survived black Saturday when we experienced 6 losses in a row. By using a level stake method you can survive these blips and then reap the rewards on the long winning streaks. The next part of this method will be to increase my stake. Currently I plan to do this when my pot reaches £60 and I will up the stake to £10 per bet. If this bet wins then I will continue with the £10 bets, if it loses then I’ll drop back down to £5 until I reach the £60 mark again. I’m hoping that by following this incremental increase in stake the long term winnings will be much greater.

This method also allows you to be a bit more flexible with the market you bet on. I’ve decided that I want to place at a minimum of 2.0 (evens) so if I do see the notification later in the game then I can switch to one of the bets higher up in my table. Similarly, if the desired odds aren’t there yet and a goal looks likely before they hit I can take over 1.5.

I’ll admit now that this isn’t a get rich quick method but our philosophy is to try and generate a continuous steady income rather than the boom and bust of the £25 to £10000 challenge bet.

Below are the other methods we wrote about in a previous blog in case you missed that one. We’d love to get your feedback on any of our methods that you’ve been following.

Andy@GamblingPanel

1. The Hollywood

With this method, you will need to deposit your stake and keep reinvesting that profit until you lose. Ok, this is more of a theoretical method, but it shows how much could be banked. In the graphic below, we start with £5 and reinvest all winnings and stake. This shows us how much we could have won if withdrawing at the optimum moment:

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As you can see, there are two clear spikes (a 12 game and 13 game winning streak) where we could have withdrawn almost £350. Only problem is, how do we know when to withdraw!?

Take our 22 game winning streak recently. If we had bet on every game starting with £5, assuming odds of around 1.3, we could have bagged £1605.92. Only problem is, if a tipster has won 22 games in a row, chances are you will trust him for bet number 23! Placing a £1605.92 on the 23rd game and losing would be hard to take!

Also, the amount of times we needed to re-invest our £5 over this period means we had to invest £120 to reach these peaks.

So with this strategy, it is possible to win big, but you need a run and you need to know when to withdraw. Set a withdrawal number before you begin. Let’s say it was £100, this 106 game run would have left you £70 up!

2. Mr Consistent

The second method below is more conservative. Here, we start with a stake and place a percentage of that stake on each time. The graph below shows starting with £5 but only placing £2 stakes until reaching £10 where we double the stake to £4. Then on £20, we double to £8, £40 we double to £16 and so on. If we ever lose, we reduce the stake to the bracket we end up in. This is safer and allows you to lose 2/3 in a row without losing outright.

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The problems with this method is how much the loss affects you. The main issues here are around bet number 55 where we lost 3 in a row, then again on bet 83 where our 1 and only £16 bet lost, massively setting us back. Again there is a reliance on a run, and you should set a cash out value from the start. It may take a while, but this method should see you tread enough water to reach that value eventually.

3. Regular Saver

Finally, in the last method, we look at a combination of 1 and 2. Here, we start with £5, reinvest winnings until we reach £10, then withdrawn our £5 stake and play again. Then, when we reach £15, we cash out and start again. This way, we only need about a 6 game winning streak to bank cash.

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See in the graph, every time we hit £15, we withdraw. This happens 5 times in this 106 game period so £75 withdrawn. For this method, we needed to again invest £120 for the losses, however, because we withdraw our stake when we reach £10, we take £90 of that back which leaves us -£30. So £75 – £30 = £45 winnings. We have made 9x our initial investment after just over a 2 month period with a safe strategy based on stats.

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This Week’s Wins

Match Full Time Bet Score
Italy U20 vs Uruguay U20 0 – 1 60.0%
Angers SCO vs Montpellier 2 – 0 51.11%
Bradford City vs Millwall 0 – 1 64.44%
Fakel vs Volgar Astrakhan 0 – 1 60.0%
Neftekhimik vs Yenisey 0 – 2 76.67%
Arsenal vs Sunderland 2 – 0 85.56%
Vaduz vs Young Boys 1 – 0 60.0%
Servette vs Wohlen 2 – 0 64.44%
Dukla Praha vs Zlín 1 – 0 55.56%
Osijek vs Dinamo Zagreb 0 – 1 66.67%
Rubin Kazan’ vs CSKA Moskva 0 – 2 95.56%
Celje vs Rudar 1 – 1 52.22%
Radomlje vs Maribor 1 – 1 76.67%
Borussia M’gladbach vs Darmstadt 98 2 – 2 72.22%
Magdeburg vs Sportfreunde Lotte 2 – 0 55.56%
Nöttingen vs Kaiserslautern II 4 – 0 52.22%
Germania Egestorf vs Havelse 1 – 0 52.22%
Celta de Vigo vs Real Sociedad 2 – 2 63.33%
Numancia vs Lugo 0 – 1 57.78%
Sporting Braga II vs Sporting CP II 1 – 1 60.0%
Nacional vs Vitoria Setúbal 1 – 2 53.33%
Ternopil’ vs Illichivets’ 0 – 1 75.56%
Skala Stryi vs Inhulets’ 0 – 1 50.0%
Arsenal vs Temperley 2 – 0 71.11%
Sparta vs Acharnaikos 1 – 2 51.11%
Malmö FF vs Norrköping 1 – 2 60.0%
Rosenborg vs Lillestrøm 1 – 1 52.22%
Cabinteely vs Athlone Town 2 – 0 51.11%
Sportivo Trinidense vs Libertad 0 – 2 72.22%
Levadia vs Tammeka 2 – 1 57.78%
Tulevik vs Nõmme Kalju 0 – 2 124.44%
DC United vs Chicago Fire 0 – 1 60.0%
Delfin vs Deportivo Cuenca 1 – 0 94.44%
Millonarios vs Patriotas Boyacá 2 – 0 64.44%
V-Varen Nagasaki vs Oita Trinita 2 – 1 52.22%
JEF United vs Roasso Kumamoto 1 – 1 62.22%
Union Española vs Audax Italiano 1 – 1 55.56%
Shakhtyor vs Slutsk 2 – 1 50.0%
Atlantas vs Jonava 0 – 1 53.33%
Vasco da Gama vs Bahia 2 – 1 56.67%
América Mineiro vs Goiás 1 – 1 81.11%
Cortuluá vs Deportivo Pasto 1 – 0 72.22%
Metropolitano vs PSTC 1 – 0 60.0%
Silkeborg vs OB 2 – 1 83.33%
SønderjyskE vs Brøndby 3 – 0 62.22%
Vojvodina vs Javor Ivanjica 1 – 0 54.44%
Pogon Szczecin vs Nieciecza 1 – 1 64.44%
Shakhtar Donetsk vs Dynamo Kyiv 1 – 0 54.44%
Sport Recife vs Bahia 1 – 1 50.0%
Volendam vs NAC Breda 2 – 2 63.33%
Doxa vs Nea Salamis 0 – 3 50.0%
APOEL vs Apollon 2 – 2 76.67%
Roda JC vs Helmond Sport 1 – 1 67.78%
Tijuana vs Tigres UANL 0 – 2 51.11%

This Week’s Loses

Match Full Time Bet Score
Vietnam U20 vs New Zealand U20 0 – 0 76.67%
Southampton vs Manchester United 0 – 0 53.33%
Jablonec vs Teplice 0 – 0 52.22%
Hoffenheim vs Augsburg 0 – 0 60.0%
Real Oviedo vs Real Zaragoza 0 – 0 96.67%
Paços de Ferreira vs Marítimo 0 – 0 62.22%
Sumy vs Helios 0 – 0 66.67%
Atlético Paraná vs Crucero del Norte 0 – 0 66.67%
AFC Eskilstuna vs Häcken 0 – 0 65.56%
Frej vs Degerfors 0 – 0 56.67%
Ventspils vs Riga 0 – 0 72.22%
Univ. Concepcion vs Universidad Catolica 0 – 0 73.33%
Antofagasta vs O’Higgins 0 – 0 63.33%
Utenis Utena vs Stumbras 0 – 0 53.33%
Ceará vs Boa 0 – 0 50.0%
Paraná vs Paysandu 0 – 0 60.0%
CSKA Sofia vs Lokomotiv Plovdiv 0 – 0 63.33%

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This Week’s Wins

Match Full Time Bet Score
Go Ahead Eagles vs Sparta Rotterdam 1 – 3 60.0%
Sokol Saratov vs Dinamo Moskva 0 – 3 50.0%
Karviná vs Sparta Praha 1 – 1 54.44%
Baník Sokolov vs Znojmo 1 – 0 51.11%
Real Betis vs Atlético Madrid 1 – 1 55.56%
Espanyol vs Valencia 0 – 1 62.22%
Elche vs Mirandés 0 – 1 68.89%
Marítimo vs Estoril 1 – 1 57.78%
Salernitana vs Avellino 2 – 0 72.22%
Atlético Rafaela vs Atlético Tucumán 1 – 0 70.0%
Huracán vs San Lorenzo 0 – 1 65.56%
Independiente vs Racing Club 2 – 0 55.56%
Patronato vs Sarmiento 2 – 2 61.11%
Gimnasia Jujuy vs Almagro 1 – 0 51.11%
Kalloni vs Chania 0 – 1 51.11%
Kalmar vs Häcken 0 – 1 51.11%
Öster vs Degerfors 1 – 1 60.0%
Limerick vs Derry City 1 – 1 73.33%
Millonarios vs Cortuluá 2 – 1 65.56%
Deportes Quindío vs Bogotá 2 – 0 64.44%
KuPS vs HIFK 2 – 1 53.33%
ThespaKusatsu Gunma vs Ehime 0 – 3 80.0%
Avispa Fukuoka vs Fagiano Okayama 1 – 0 65.56%
Tokushima Vortis vs Gifu 1 – 1 77.78%
Caracas vs Cerro Porteño 1 – 2 53.33%
Geylang International vs Albirex Niigata S 0 – 1 50.0%
Minsk vs Dinamo Minsk 0 – 2 82.22%
Slutsk vs BATE 1 – 0 87.78%
Changchun Yatai vs Guangzhou Evergrande 0 – 1 52.22%
Viitorul vs CFR Cluj 1 – 0 51.11%
Zorya vs Oleksandria 1 – 0 52.22%
Al Faisaly vs Al Ahli 0 – 3 64.44%
Limon vs Santos de Guápiles 1 – 0 51.11%
Gutiérrez vs Rivadavia Lincoln 1 – 0 54.44%
Dundee United vs Greenock Morton 3 – 0 76.67%
Airdrieonians vs Alloa Athletic 1 – 0 67.78%
AH Zapla vs Union Villa Krause 2 – 1 60.0%
Sportivo Las Parejas vs Cipolletti 2 – 0 51.11%

This Week’s Loses

Match Full Time Bet Score
Roskilde vs Fremad Amager 0 – 0 51.11%
Ferencváros vs Debrecen 0 – 0 54.44%
Meppen vs Hannover 96 II 0 – 0 83.33%
Penafiel vs Leixões 0 – 0 88.89%
Spezia vs Pisa 0 – 0 88.89%
Norrköping vs GIF Sundsvall 0 – 0 80.0%
Tammeka vs Paide 0 – 0 70.0%
El Nacional vs Delfin 0 – 0 77.78%
Atlético Nacional vs Tigres 0 – 0 112.22%
Envigado vs Once Caldas 0 – 0 61.11%
Kamatamare Sanuki vs Tokyo Verdy 0 – 0 70.0%
Dinamo Brest vs Slutsk 0 – 0 57.78%
Santa Cruz vs Atlético PR 0 – 0 50.0%

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What (not) to do when the odds aren’t good enough?

1/9 Pffffftt (insert crying laughter emoji here)

A standard incoming comment at Panel HQ – imagine sent by the Charlie Morgan type person* the sooner we employ someone to find these, delete these and block the sender, the better….. Okay a bit extreme, but we see this all too often.

I can see the logic, I get it – online tipster posting tips at 1/9 is ridiculous. Firstly, it doesn’t take a tipster to say that a 1/9 shot is likely to happen. Secondly, putting £9 on to win 1 is hardly going to get you invited to be the next Dragon in the den. I see your point. But we aren’t just any other tipster saying bet on this, with this amount, at this price – we’re very different.

Here at TGP (that is The Gambling Panel, not some unknown sex abbreviation Twitter would lead you to…) the tips are all automated. Whether it’s 10/1 or 1/10 – if the stats appease the algo, it will tweet! We also don’t dictate how much to bet, which method to use or when to bet. Our service automatically provides you the information that a game is currently 0-0 and looks great for a goal.

As users of our system, we share your frustrations when we check to see Barcelona at home to a Tony Adams “managed” Granada is 1/12 at the time of the tweet… But we don’t tweet our frustration (as it is out of our hands) we wait until it reaches a sensible price, then we bet. If there’s a goal before the price is reasonable, then we don’t go to bed and wait for the South American market to start, simples…

So next time you receive a tweet from The Gambling Panel for a game where the odds aren’t backable yet, before venting your frustration with a tweet to us – think:

– Was the tweet automated?

– Did The Gambling Panel decide the price?

– Can The Gambling Panel do anything about the poor price?

– Can I wait to see the price improve or even back over 1.5 goals?

If the sequence of answers to these questions matches Yes, No, No, Yes – then don’t tweet your annoyance, we already understand. If the sequence of answers to these questions is anything else… stick to following Andy Nobson.

A gambley day in the life of Jay

When I’m not rhyming sub-headers I’m answering another popular question fired into Panel HQ – ‘Which technique is best for long-term profit?’ – now I cant answer this with stats and cold hard facts yet, but I can give you an insight into a technique which has proved successful for me. Even on one of The Panel’s darkest days – Saturday 29th April aka Serie B-gate.

It started so well. Panel day out – Fulham v Brentford. Beers in. Longshot acca’s on. £15 in my account ready to place on the next Gambling Panel tweet. Perfect, and it’s not even 10am.

~BUZZ~ #YanbianFunde 0 #ChangchunYatai 0

So my first port of call is to open FotMob, check the league table – is one team far superior than the other (always a preference), do both teams score and/or concede more than they’ve played (an obvious criteria), have they drawn many recent games 0-0, have there been many 0-0’s in the H2H stats.

All criteria suitably met – 15 sovs on at 1/2. Beer please.

It’s not too long before the winning buzz comes through. Lovely.

£22.50

So another thing I like is to always have money remaining in my account, takes a slight (ever so slight) edge off when that dreaded loss comes. A tenner left in, warchest currently at £12.50…

As the morning went on, the current matches page got refreshed more times than The Fappening website in it’s prime. Desperate for one last cheeky Asian match to tweet. Alas, it didn’t. The European market clocks in.

Whilst I patiently wait for the next bet we managed to find the one of the roughest pubs in Fulham… (yeah apparently they do exist in Fulham) and as luck would have it, not only was the answer to the first pub quiz question ‘What are you looking at?’ Said pub was also incapable of receiving texts and more importantly, tweets… A brace of German losses missed. Luckily, because looking at the stats after I would’ve smashed into the double.

Soon after…

~BUZZ~ #Latina 0 #Ascolii 0

~BUZZ~ #Ternana 0 #Carpi 0

~BUZZ~ #Spezia 0 #SPAL 0

Perfect. An Italian hatty. I’m usually pretty sceptical about one Serie B game, let alone three, but a skinful of Guinness does wonderful (terrible) things. F*ck it – I’m on. £12.50 on the 2.7/1.

Soon after…

Sh*t

All lost. Unheard of from The Panel. Five defeats on the bounce. I was as angry as Troopz hearing Wenger has signed a new 10 year contract. Fam.

No hiding place at Craven Cottage unfortunately. Every direction we turn, another rake to stand on. Apologetic tweet sent. Understandable angry backlash awaits and there were some good’uns…

£10

3pmer’s came and went, left due to a lack of signal inside the Cottage and to regain my composure – more importantly to refrain from chasing (which is so often the temptation).

SOS tenner is in-play and so the run begins…

~BUZZ~ #Boavista 0 #Tondela 0 – 8/15 – IN

£15.33

~BUZZ~ #Vitkovice 0 #UstinadLabem 0 – 2/5 – IN

£21.47 – Security tenner contingency plan out of the window.

~BUZZ~ #Nantes 0 #Lorient 0 – 2/5 – IN

£31.06

~BUZZ~ #RealPotosi 0 #ClubUniversitario 0 – 4/11 – IN

£40.99

~BUZZ~ #Chaves 0 #Porto 0 – 3/10 – IN

£53.28

(Note – more games than this run were tweeted. They just didn’t meet my personal criteria for backing – obviously they all won as well!)

~BUZZ~ #Iberia 0 #CoquimboUnido 0 – 2/5 – IN

£74.60

~BUZZ~ #Guadalajara 0 #Leon 0 – 1/3 – IN

£99.22

What a turn of fortunes! Lady luck finally shining on us. My withdrawal limit is usually £100 but after consuming Ade Akinfenwa’s weight in Tequilla and Espresso Martini’s and with my state of judgement as good as the McCann’s, I’d let the 78p slide.

So there’s an insight into my use of The Gambling Panel’s tweets. It doesn’t always work, sure. But I find it works for me and I can definitely say I’ve withdrawn more than I’ve deposited – so I must be doing something right.

Jay@Gamblingpanel

*Charlie Morgan – Swansea Ballboy vs Chelsea 2013. Remember this guy? Man did he irk me. What a pr*ck. I’m sure he’s matured into a tolerable lad now, but seriously look at that…

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Actually forget it, he’s probably still a ……….

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This Week’s Wins

Match Full Time Bet Score
Arsenal vs Manchester United 2 – 0 62.22%
Wil vs Neuchâtel Xamax 0 – 4 56.67%
Hradec Králové vs Teplice 0 – 2 75.56%
Hajduk Split vs Osijek 5 – 1 96.67%
Stevenage vs Accrington Stanley 0 – 3 55.56%
Eintracht Braunsch vs Lübeck 2 – 1 54.44%
Deportivo Alavés vs Athletic Club 1 – 0 70.0%
Rio Ave vs Benfica 0 – 1 53.33%
Paços de Ferreira vs Feirense 0 – 1 55.56%
Juventus vs Torino 1 – 1 50.0%
Carpi vs Salernitana 2 – 0 61.11%
Östersunds FK vs Hammarby 2 – 1 51.11%
Sol de América vs Cerro Porteño 1 – 0 54.44%
Universidad Católica vs Deportivo Cuenca 0 – 1 101.11%
Deportivo Municipal vs Universitario 1 – 2 81.11%
Naftan vs Torpedo BelAZ 0 – 1 60.0%
CFR Cluj vs Dinamo Bucuresti 0 – 3 55.56%
CS U Craiova vs Viitorul 0 – 1 61.11%
Hapoel Haifa vs Bnei Yehuda 1 – 1 55.56%
AGF vs Viborg 1 – 0 50.0%
CSKA Sofia vs Dunav 2010 2 – 0 72.22%
Alfredo Salinas vs Willy Serrato 0 – 1 63.33%
Celtic vs St. Johnstone 4 – 1 52.22%
Wisla Krakow vs Lechia Gdansk 0 – 1 50.0%

This Week’s Loses

Match Full Time Bet Score
Elgin City vs Cowdenbeath 0 – 0 55.56%
Stuttgart II vs Ulm 0 – 0 81.11%
Borussia Dortmund II vs Alemannia Aachen 0 – 0 51.11%
Cádiz vs Gimnàstic Tarragona 0 – 0 60.0%
Haugesund vs Sogndal 0 – 0 70.0%
Melgar vs Sport Rosario 0 – 0 50.0%
Montedio Yamagata vs Nagoya Grampus 0 – 0 57.78%
Spartaks Jurmala vs Ventspils 0 – 0 73.33%

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In The Server Room…

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Our Twitter account is 6 months old next week, in that time we’ve had a lot of new followers and lots of new questions recently – thanks for getting involved and all the (nice) comments! I hope a lot of you have been benefiting from our tweets!

The over 0.5 goals market is something we have actually been tracking for nearly 2 years now with 2600+ games in our database. And it is this data that underpins our confidence in the algorithm that decides – come 0-0 at half time – do we tweet a game? We know, based on historic games, we predict that correctly 80% of the time. With that, a bet of better odds than 1/4 (80% Breakeven) is required to guarantee a long term gain.

This is something we wanted to share with the world and hence @gamblingpanel was born!

Principles:

We get asked a lot of questions about ‘What shall I stake?’ and ‘What techniques do you use to win?’, ‘Why are there no tips today?’. There are multiple ways to maximise the profit you can gain from The Panel. In short, we don’t want to tell you how much to bet (We don’t know the size of your bank accounts!) and we have published some of the techniques we have used here: Case Study – Winning With The Panel

Our main principles:

  • Automate
    Our server is a machine without emotion. Automatically tweeting games based on our algorithm keeps our system level-headed. Some tipsters go on a run and get carried away or worse, start chasing losses. This is a massive contradiction on what we are about. The nature of our automation means some days are going to be quiet; some will make you feel like you can’t keep up!
  • Be Consistent
    Once you have a method, do not deviate. We hate seeing challenge bets from tipsters on twitter. When a tipster wins 6,7,8 in a row, it is easy to jump on the bandwagon. But tips lose – and you need to have a consistent method that can handle these losses. Ok, the odd few reach their target and a handful of people make a lot of money from it. But longer term, it is hard to make profit.
  • Use Stats
    Stats inform all of our decisions. From the bets we place, to the betting techniques we use, even the analytics of our own twitter account! There is so much data available and not a lot of people know how to combine, clean and analyse it to make decisions from it.
  • Strive to Improve
    And with this data, we aim to improve. Monitoring all our tips and the outcome of them allows us to add improvements over time.

New Visualisations:

Here are two new visuals added to our weekly stats that can help your betting:

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Historic Win Rate – Shows how we are trying to adapt the algorithm for the better. We monitor our own performance and only make changes that should positively affect our win rate.

Over Goals Analysis – Shows each week if you could have made money betting on over 1.5, 2.5 etc. goals instead.

MemberZone – Coming Soon

Thanks for voting in our recent twitter poll in which you wanted ‘Both Teams to Score’ tweets made available (coming very soon – all the code is in place!). In the background, we have been working hard to utilise some of our existing techniques to analyse other markets – in particular, pre-game markets.

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Part of our plan now is to give our followers the option to sign up to our MemberZone to gain full access to some of the more in-depth stats and some newer markets we roll out. We want to continue to improve and give you new features and it takes time and effort to do that.

We have lots of plans and a huge pipeline of features waiting to be deployed. We are still figuring out exactly what MemberZone is, but rest assured, it will contain the same transparency and same analytical approach we always apply which, as our experience has shown, makes our followers money.

alex@gamblingpanel

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Match Full Time Bet Score
Toulouse vs Nice 1 – 1 60.0%
Almere City vs De Graafschap 1 – 2 64.44%
Neftekhimik vs Spartak Moskva II 0 – 1 53.33%
Sion vs Lausanne Sport 0 – 1 77.78%
St. Gallen vs Thun 1 – 2 60.0%
Varnsdorf vs Baník Sokolov 2 – 2 68.89%
Ingolstadt II vs Garching 1 – 1 65.56%
Burton Albion vs Leeds United 2 – 1 56.67%
Hamburger SV vs Darmstadt 98 1 – 2 52.22%
Slovan Bratislava vs zilina 0 – 1 54.44%
Braintree Town vs Barrow 0 – 2 57.78%
Celta de Vigo vs Real Betis 0 – 1 67.78%
Fafe vs Benfica II 0 – 1 56.67%
Vizela vs Fafe 0 – 1 52.22%
Tondela vs Nacional 2 – 0 78.89%
Arsenal Kyiv vs Bukovyna 0 – 1 54.44%
Alanyaspor vs Osmanlispor 0 – 1 66.67%
Sunderland U23 vs Arsenal U23 2 – 1 64.44%
Ararat vs Pyunik 1 – 0 55.56%
Udinese vs Cagliari 2 – 1 60.0%
Sassuolo vs Napoli 2 – 2 65.56%
Estudiantes vs Huracán 1 – 1 61.11%
Defensa y Justicia vs Lanús 1 – 0 55.56%
Talleres Córdoba vs Godoy Cruz 1 – 0 81.11%
River Plate vs Sarmiento 1 – 1 62.22%
Atlético Paraná vs Argentinos Juniors 0 – 1 54.44%
Östersunds FK vs IFK Göteborg 1 – 1 51.11%
Santos Laguna vs América 2 – 1 68.89%
Godoy Cruz vs Sport Boys 2 – 0 55.56%
Llaneros vs Fortaleza CEIF 2 – 0 60.0%
Orsomarso vs Barranquilla 0 – 1 82.22%
Kyoto Sanga vs Matsumoto Yamaga 1 – 1 57.78%
Panathinaikos vs Atromitos 1 – 0 73.33%
Danubio vs Racing 1 – 0 52.22%
Tampines Rovers vs Young Lions 1 – 0 70.0%
Guangzhou Evergrande vs Liaoning Kaixin 2 – 1 74.44%
Tianjin Teda vs Yanbian Funde 3 – 1 107.78%
Misr Lel Makasa vs Wadi Degla 0 – 1 51.11%
Kauno zalgiris vs Trakai 1 – 1 60.0%
Orlando Pride vs Washington Spirit 1 – 1 54.44%
Deportes Tolima vs Atlético Huila 1 – 0 88.89%
ACS Poli Timisoara vs Gaz Metan Medias 1 – 0 55.56%
Gent vs KV Oostende 1 – 1 55.56%
Real Madrid vs Bayern München <span class=”score-addit 61.11%
Joinville vs Sport Recife <span class=”score-addit 54.44%
Nordsjælland vs Brøndby 0 – 1 63.33%
Palmeiras vs Ponte Preta 1 – 0 61.11%
Fluminense vs Vasco da Gama 3 – 0 53.33%

This Week’s Loses

Match Full Time Bet Score
Eindhoven vs VVV 0 – 0 55.56%
Austria Lustenau vs Floridsdorfer AC 0 – 0 74.44%
Reus Deportiu vs Alcorcón 0 – 0 53.33%
Porto vs Feirense 0 – 0 74.44%
Banants vs Gandzasar 0 – 0 80.0%
Benevento vs Vicenza 0 – 0 52.22%
Deportivo Santamarina vs Almagro 0 – 0 56.67%
GAIS vs Helsingborg 0 – 0 53.33%
New England vs SJ Earthquakes 0 – 0 58.89%
Sporting Cristal vs The Strongest 0 – 0 96.67%

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