Sorry about some of the rubbish you've had to read on here in the last few days, it's been a difficult time with a few companies on my back with some debts I let get a little out of hand. I am back on Betfair now and have 450 in my account, so I'll continue with the updates as previous, and see if I can build it into something more manageable. For the first time in about 3 weeks I have no pressure, so maybe this will help me get back on the road to how I was doing last year.
Things have changed since last year as well, and are a far cry from buying top seats at Flushing Meadows for the night session of the Nadal V Lopez match. Although I never lost most of the money I made, I made some bad errors in not putting any by for when things go pear-shaped. The last week has been difficult with not a penny to my name, and I will make sure I won't find myself in that position again.
It's been a really dodgy couple of weeks where I have made some really terrible errors. Instead of trading out of bets (how I won last year) I have been trying to gamble my way to a more workable bank size and because of this it has back-fired.
Things have not been good since around September in truth, where it has been down-hill compared to the previous months. Mainly because I strayed from how I was successful initially and took gambles I never needed to make, which I now regret. I am still confident of making money on Betfair, but without any funds, this is obviously an impossible task. Below are 2 screen shots from last summer, which seems a very long time ago now.
The Welsh Open Snooker starts today and Frame betting is one of the markets I always do well on, so it's going to be painful viewing knowing I could get out of trouble within this week. Ouch. This was from the Masters Tournament a few weeks back.