HT/FT – Betting on Equally Matched Teams – Evaluation


The same picking criteria were applied as detailed in the original theory: System X1:

System X1 Experiment Two - EPL selections

Ladbrokes Odds at 21.1.2011: English Premier League

System X1 Experiment Two - English Championship selections

Ladbrokes Odds at 21.1.2011: English Championship

System X1 Experiment Two - English League One selections

Ladbrokes Odds at 21.1.2011: English League One

System X1 Experiment Two - English League Two selections

Ladbrokes Odds at 21.1.2011: English League Two

System X1 Experiment Two - English Blue Square Premier League selections

Ladbrokes Odds at 21.1.2011: English Blue Square Premier

As previously mentioned, I prefer to use Ladbrokes because they are a reputable firm with ideal fixture list layouts to enable my screenshots. However, this time I compared Ladbrokes’ odds to those elsewhere in the market using an odds comparison Web site to select the best odds available.

Here is a screenshot from beatbookies showing how an odds comparison table looks:

Example Odds Comparison Table

English Premier League 22.1.2011: Blackpool vs. Sunderland - Odds Comparison

Many bookmakers offer different odds and the serious bettor should therefore consider registering with as many accounts as possible to buy best odds on every event.


Last Update: 29 January 2011

Categories:1x2 Betting Betting Systems Case Studies



One Response to “HT/FT – Betting on Equally Matched Teams – Evaluation”

  1. 8 April 2013 at 7:19 am #

    Very interesting analysis pertaining to the HT/FT betting differences, etc. I appreciate your effort in doing all this and making it public knowledge.
    Alex (sleepless in Seattle)

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