Del is an ex military man whose training
has taught him discipline.
Each day Del methodically monitors a variety
of systems of his own creation and forwards selections
Del was brought to our attention after
he had publically posted on a well known internet message
board, many months worth of profitable selections of
a high strike rate system he entitled the 5-4 system.
Del now provides the 5-4 system selections
for Drawn2Win members.
We have to point out however that the
rules of this system were released into the public domain
by Del and are reproduced in many places across the
The system has a significant long term
profit record, however with betting prices being subject
to the laws of supply and demand, current profitability
of this system has diminished at Starting Price. This
we feel is down to mass public exposure of the bets
across the net.
We still continue however to provide these
for members as we know some long term members still
bet them using their own staking plans.
The good news however for Drawn2Win members
is that Del continues to investigate and test new systems
on behalf of our small group of Drawn2Win members.
Each day members receive an email from
Del with selections from those systems he is currently
For example there is
This System selects 4 horses per day based
on a cunning strategy devised by Del.
It goes a step beyond the traditional
form based approach to system selection methods.
During the 2003 flat season this system
produced a net profit of 66 points at Starting price.
( 1 point win per selection)
Del will of course be monitoring this
again this year and providing bets to Drawn2Win members.
This system was one monitored over the
2003 / 2004 National Hunt season.
A profit in the region of 55 points was
The period for this system has now ended,
we will however of course be tuning in again come the
start of the National Hunt season.
Del has several new systems for this years
Flat Season. Early results look encouraging and we will
update this area with further details after a more sustained
period of monitoring.
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