I thought you had finished. Last I saw your Betfair bank was £2.66
Thanks for your kind words, Mickey.You are right, apart from the dole Cheque of course. It's a difficult task with a small bank, way too difficult in fact. You're continuously walking on egg shells and like you say, taking extra risks is a recipe for disaster. I have my edges, but can't do 'a thing' about this when I'm not using the bank I need or anywhere near. I'm looking for that quick fix whilst struggling with a small bank, but it's not working.Btw, to any new viewer reading this, I'm not the gambling loser I seem to be! I was lucky enough to go to Wimbledon last year, the US Open and bought a ticket to go to Australian Open, thanks to winning on Betfair, before things went pear shaped - so I did win consistently for around 7 months when I had the means to do so. I've just managed things very poorly in the last few months, and that's the reason I am where I am at this time.None of this is really important anyway is it?! After seeing that link below on that girl who has terminal cancer, I refuse to complain or moan about something so trivial like using a betting site. This is a hobby/job, and not life or death.
John I have gone through what you're going through... until I began writing a diary identifying my edge and identifying my errors. I advise you to do the same. CTD
I know where I've gone wrong that's the thing. I've been here before....
I've been from very healthy trading bank and back at least 4 times this year and still managed to make a profit month on month. The reason is because I identified my edge in words and I have refined the trading rules I use over that time. This means I have taken a larger profit every month this year other than 1 when I simply could not recover from the damage I did to my bank. Remember, it's better to get somewhere slowly than nowhere quick...I wish you all the best and I look forward to seeing a few more profitable months once you regather your composure. CTD