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It was born in June 2011 as a hobby really, but has since grown into something much bigger.
Originally, Lay Back & Get Rich was started by Lucy Collins. She thought it would be a good way of getting her hands on betting systems for free (great idea!)
The deal being that system suppliers would be happy to send a copy over if she was happy to promote them on her own website.
However, it didn’t take long for Lucy to realise that most systems, services and whatnot are a load of old shi... poppycock!
Rather than a hard drive full of betting systems which made money, Lucy ended up with a large amount of disappointment and frustration.
But that’s where Lay Back & Get Rich found its path in life, happily pointing out the few systems worth looking at while exposing those which are a waste of time.
And then I arrived on the scene in September 2017.
Introducing Me... Amy!
I've been wandering the betting scene ever since my cousin suggested that I bank a guaranteed £1,000+ from the Bonus Bagging service.
It took a few months to convince me that something which cost £27 could make that sort of money (and risk-free too) but eventually I gave in and tried it. More than £1,500 profit later and I was hooked!
I made it my aim to make £1,000 per month from betting.
My free eBook explains how a complete beginner to betting can start making £1,000 each month right away, so the first thing to do is click here and download your copy.
The problem is, what do you do when new bookie offers dry up? Or when reload offers are closed off? It’s the most amazing 'free money' while it lasts (so take full advantage!) but then the search for a long-term income begins.
I'm sure that it can be done by putting together a group of systems from the best ones available out there.
So I've put some rules together to keep me on track:
- I will only make money by having a definite system and sticking to it.
- I need a sensible staking plan (no loss chasing!).
- I need to be patient (but a system that tries my patience may not be worth it).
- Good odds are everything – if it's not a value bet, don't bet.
- This CAN be done.
My betting portfolio will be made up of systems which suit me as a bettor.
For example, there's no point me following a system which concentrates on long shots if I struggle to deal with long losing runs (though many bettors love the thrill of a big winner!)
Also, I'll think very carefully before deciding to follow tips for a sport I don’t enjoy. I want to make a profit but also I want to have some fun with it too... or is that too much to ask? I hope not!
What I certainly won't do is start 'system hopping' when a profitable service goes through a bad run. Anyone who does that may as well give up already and save themselves some money.
System Trials... Tests... Reviews...
Whatever you want to call them… testing systems is hard work, but it’s a lot of fun when you catch a good one!
The very best systems and services I find are filed away in the 'Passed' folder.
There is also a 'Neutral' category for systems which may pick up in time (or may not) and then 'failed' for those which are best avoided completely.
But it's not just me who gets to stick a flag in the best systems, all Lay Back & Get Rich readers get their say too! Our 'Betting Oscars' have been running since 2012 and they are awarded to whoever or whatever you vote for.
Click here for all the Betting Oscar winners!
Info Racing has had a much better month, producing £146.00 profit to £10 stakes, which almost recovers what was lost in the first month of my trial. There was even a small profit at BSP. It would have been slightly more, but because of less place payouts at Betfair I couldn’t count Pearly Star placing 4th.
Wadster Winners is a tennis tipping service that is structured in a way that means members only pay when they have made a profit from the tips. The service is run by Aidan Wardle, otherwise known as Wadster, who has a unique story about how he got into the world of betting. Before 2016, he hadn’t
Frustratingly, Read Between The Lines failed to make a profit in month six of my trial. It’s like I have been yo-yoing throughout the trial and not really getting anywhere. The thing is, I really do believe that this is a profitable service long-term so I can’t bring myself to stop the trial here. If I did,
It has been a difficult first month for David in the first month of his trial of SVB Tips, as he has struggled to get the advised prices in his Betfair Exchange test. Betting at the regular bookmakers tells a different story, with 23.56 pts profit and a 15.4% ROI. It would seem that these bets have