|Although the bookings index
spreads are being marked down by the spread betting firms there were still some good
selling opportunities which all duly won. Betting against Chelsea yet again cost us money
(although those subscribers who either sold the Chelsea supremacy or their mini
performance would have shown a profit) but the on-going policy of backing Everton to score
early paid off as usual and Wimbledon's first minute strike against Man United was an
excellent result. These bets together with a good result selling the Birmingham
performance against Ipswich and the Portsmouth mini performance against Tranmere produced
a potential profit for the week of £1,930. This raises the total potential profit for
this season to £19,423 (an average of over £800 profit per week).
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