Football Roulette – 2012-13 Correct Score Simulation And Conclusion


Football Betting Correct Score Roulette System 2012-13 Financial Results

The following table shows the entire season’s financial results with five of the seven teams completing a 2-0 home win but still two teams without.

Who would have thought Liverpool F.C. could play two entire seasons in the Premier League without winning at least one game 2-0 at home?!

Further down the ladder, since our trial began Scunthorpe United have now recorded 46 consecutive home games in two complete seasons without winning 2-0 (click on the table to open it in a new tab and then use the provided magnifier to enlarge it):

Football Correct Score Roulette 2012-13 Paper Test Extension Table

Football Correct Score Roulette 2012-13 Paper Test Extension Table

After two whole seasons the balance is almost £11,000 in deficit and because of the exponentially increasing stakes, more than £6,100 worse than it was at the end of 2011-12.

Stake sizes will continue to increase rapidly with each future game.

Of course, if the system is carried forward to 2013-14, there is always the chance that both teams will finally complete the required score line and the system will then end £3,000 in profit.

However, it is quite conceivable that one or both remaining teams play another full season without recording the desired score line.

The third season will very quickly see stakes that are either too large to fund or too large to place, despite thinking about the difficulty of juggling different stake amounts at different prices just to achieve the desired £100 net win.

All in all, a pretty sorry state of affairs and, for us, the death knell now sounds for this particular strategy as a long-term investment.

There seems to be no strategy at all; just luck, or the lack of it.

Let us now look at the stop-loss situation.

We have come across sites advocating this particular correct score system suggesting a cut-off point at the last game each chosen team plays in the calendar year of each season.

The rule is that either the system is halted altogether at this point or, new teams that have not achieved the 2-0 home win are chosen to replace those which have already successfully completed.

The notion is that the fresh teams will support the ones that have been in the system from the start but which are still awaiting fruition.


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Last Update: 11 June 2013

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4 Responses to “Football Roulette – 2012-13 Correct Score Simulation And Conclusion”

  1. Right Winger
    8 October 2015 at 9:36 pm #

    Hi Ayon,

    Liverpool’s long run without a 2-0 home win was incredibly 53 consecutive Premier League games at Anfield…

  2. Ayon
    8 October 2015 at 1:20 pm #

    Hello sir,
    In your footnotes you mentioned that Liverpool didn’t get a 2-0 home win in 53 matches. Is this statisticks is only about premier league games or every matches like friendly,league and cup matches ?

  3. Soccerwidow's Bloke
    27 July 2014 at 5:01 pm #

    Hello Joe,

    Thanks for your comment.

    The answer is simple really – the higher scores do not occur regularly enough to provide confidence in your betting bank. For example, if you figure how often a 2-2 scoreline occurs in a league in a whole season, you will soon understand that the possible losing streak will very quickly deplete your bank. Choosing a more frequent scoreline such as 2-0 or 2-1 to the home team is more viable. Try looking at the 0-0 half-time score line too.

    However, this is not a system I would employ personally, and the point of this article is to make people aware of its failings and deficiencies, despite its apparent popularity in numerous posts I have seen on many other web sites.

    Hope this helps and good luck.

  4. Joe
    23 July 2014 at 9:15 am #

    Hi Sir., I enjoyed your creativity and am interested in using your system. I have a question for you if you don’t mind. Why is your Football Betting Correct Score Roulette System not based on the total scores higher than 3, for example, 3-1 or 2-2? I am looking forward to hearing from you. Thank you for your advice.

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