FAQ

What do I need for this to work?

A twitter account,

A new BetDaq account that you open by following the links on the sign up page.

A Windows PC that you can leave switched on and connected to the internet.

What do I need to do?

Sign up and run the bet placing application you do absolutely nothing.

The application will place all the bets for the strategy that you have chosen to follow.

Can you guarantee a profit?

No, please read the disclaimer. 

Look at the minimum stake results page. Some months you will lose, some you will win. Historically you should win more than you lose.

At around 7am each morning the system will publish yesterdays results and a 30 day summary results to the twitter feed.

How much do I need to invest?

At least £200. In order to be granted access to the Betdaq api your account needs to have at £200 in it when you apply. Ideally I recommend 200 times your chosen stake for each strategy.

So if you want to follow one strategy using £2 stakes you should deposit £400. You can get away with much less but if you start on a bad month you may need to deposit more.

Whats the difference between the strategies?

Risk and reward. Each strategy (1234) has its a brief description of the type and number of bets it will place. Use the results to judge which you think is best and how much risk you are willing to accept.

Strategy 1 is currently under observation and is likely to be switched off at the end of 2017.

How does it work?

The system build computer models of the days racing and compares these to historical results to calculate which bets to make.

The system publishes the bets to a twitter feed.

The bet placer application monitors the twitter feed and places the bets for you.

Why don’t you keep this to yourself?

By introducing customers to Betdaq I can reduce my risk due to the small commission received by introducing customers. At some point I may start charging for access to the protected twitter feed.

How do I make contact?

You’ll need a twitter account. Follow @igamblecash and then ask any other questions via twitter direct messaging.