I do apologise I am absolutely dying with a hangover and my brain is not functioning properly - but anyway I received some email from a guy named Paul Coleman earlier this morning with a PDF claiming to make a 100 a day whatever the result

This system requires a minimum of TWO race meetings on the day. If there is only

one meeting on the day, DO NOT follow the system, wait until the next racing day to

see if there is TWO meetings or more. Once this happens, which is almost every

racing day, it is O.K to go ahead.

Here is an example of a days racing:

York 2.00

Epsom 2.15

York 2.30

Epsom 2.45

York 3.00 and so on.

Step 1 ... Start at the first race of the day and see what price the favourite is. For

example the favourite is 6/4.

Step 2... Work out what your stake would need to be to win £100 off a 6/4 shot. (This

works out to be £67)

You will have a return of £167.50 (£67 @ 6/4 = £100.50 + £67 stake).

This gives you an overall profit of £100.50, exceeding your target of £100. Start again

tomorrow.

If this bet lost, go to the second race of the day and do the following:

Step 4... See what price the favourite is. For example it is 7/4.

Step 5... You must now work out how much your stake needs to be in order for you to

recover your losses AND make £100 profit, (£67 losses + £100=£167). 167 divided

by 1.75 (7/4) = £95.42.

If this bet wins, STOP BETTING. You will have a return of £ 262 (£95.42 @ 7/4 =

£167 + £95 stake). This gives you an overall profit of £100 (£262 minus £67 losses

from previous races, minus £95 stake money)

.

If this bet loses, follow steps 4, and 5, above in the next race and do this on every race

until your bet wins. As soon as you have a winner you MUST stop. Start again

tomorrow.

I am missing something here or do the maths not quite add up on this? Ps I am very hungover this morning and I can barely spell my name let alone count - (no trading for me today)

This system requires a minimum of TWO race meetings on the day. If there is only

one meeting on the day, DO NOT follow the system, wait until the next racing day to

see if there is TWO meetings or more. Once this happens, which is almost every

racing day, it is O.K to go ahead.

Here is an example of a days racing:

York 2.00

Epsom 2.15

York 2.30

Epsom 2.45

York 3.00 and so on.

Step 1 ... Start at the first race of the day and see what price the favourite is. For

example the favourite is 6/4.

Step 2... Work out what your stake would need to be to win £100 off a 6/4 shot. (This

works out to be £67)

You will have a return of £167.50 (£67 @ 6/4 = £100.50 + £67 stake).

This gives you an overall profit of £100.50, exceeding your target of £100. Start again

tomorrow.

If this bet lost, go to the second race of the day and do the following:

Step 4... See what price the favourite is. For example it is 7/4.

Step 5... You must now work out how much your stake needs to be in order for you to

recover your losses AND make £100 profit, (£67 losses + £100=£167). 167 divided

by 1.75 (7/4) = £95.42.

If this bet wins, STOP BETTING. You will have a return of £ 262 (£95.42 @ 7/4 =

£167 + £95 stake). This gives you an overall profit of £100 (£262 minus £67 losses

from previous races, minus £95 stake money)

.

If this bet loses, follow steps 4, and 5, above in the next race and do this on every race

until your bet wins. As soon as you have a winner you MUST stop. Start again

tomorrow.

I am missing something here or do the maths not quite add up on this? Ps I am very hungover this morning and I can barely spell my name let alone count - (no trading for me today)

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