Key Performance Indicators
Results per month
|2019||175 GBP||-222 GBP||-572 GBP||10 GBP||-70 GBP||159 GBP||-139 GBP||-376 GBP|
My betting-carrier started out as many others do, in the local kiosk. This was how it continued the next few years, long before online-betting was even a thing. I was playing with a deficiency; how did I not beat the bookies?
I began exploring and researching, analyzing betting and the mathematics behind it. My approach to betting gradually improved and changed. My bets changed from being based on my gut, but rather my thoroughly worked analysis, mathematics and pure football-knowledge.
I was the first expert at BettingFamily and have been here from the start. My track record goes years back and it shows profit, a significant profit in fact.
I hit a rusty period for the first half a year of 2018, where nothing succeeded. It required significant adjustments, to get back on track and I’m now proudly betting with a profit once again!
I am looking forward to having you with me on this journey, where we together can beat the bookies. Below I will explain my approach to units and what type of bets you can expect from me.
Bets in this category, will typically be high/risky odds, although these types of bets can appear in the 2,5 units’ category, as well. In this category, there will be bets from unknown/little known leagues.
Bets in this category will be teams and leagues where the degree of knowledge will be higher. The odds in this category will vary a lot. There will be plays with a fine value, but not quite as high as I would’ve wanted. Over time, this will be the most popular category.
Bets in this category will be from leagues, I follow closely.
The low odds will be placed in this category, although +2,00 odds will appear in this category as well. Bets in this category will often contain a thoroughly worked analysis as 3.5 units are a substantial number of units.
I only provide tips for football, as it is the only sport I’m dedicated to and follow closely. All bets will be based on mathematics, statistics and research.