Don’t allow yourself to become one of those people! There are legitimate advantages to be had in the sports betting marketplace. These advantages, as discovered by Sports Insights, are based on years of research and can lead to winning percentages in the range of 54-56% on a consistent basis. Anyone who claims a consistent percentage much higher than this is certain to be utilizing questionable mathematics or sweeping losing results under the proverbial rug.
Of course, the curiosity over such a staggering figure as 97% is hard to overcome.
Still not convinced? Okay, but here is what The Sports Betting Champ isn’t telling you:
His Winning Percentage is Not Based on Actual Won/Lost Records
The Sports Betting Champ system utilizes a three-tiered betting structure, in which individual bets are not counted towards wins or loses. Morrison’s system decides that a certain team will win at least one of three games and directs his customers to bid on that team, one game at a time, doubling their bet size until the team does indeed win. Only if the team loses all three bets is it considered a “loss” in Morrison’s system. In other words, a team that loses twice and wins once would have a record of 1-0 in Morrison’s system, not 1-2 as would be expected.
His “Units Won” Results are Never Displayed or Disclosed
Morrison does not display any Units Won results on his website, only the ever-present 97% winning record. The reason is that his 97% winning record (which is, of course, inflated) looks much better than what his Units Won results would look like. The nature of his system is that you are constantly making large bets for small returns as you try to make up for previous losses. The Martingale System itself only “guarantees” a +1 Unit Won in theory (the original wager), and the theory is reliant on having unlimited funds to wager.
A former user of the betting system posted the following information in the comments section of one of the rare legitimate reviews of the Sports Betting Champ: Situs Judi Bola Resmi Terpercaya
“I have been testing the system for 61 MLB games… here are the facts so far: I aim to have $42 in profit for each game. In order for a win to be worth $42, a “loss” (string of losses) will equal $1,095 lost in his system. So far, this MLB season I would have 57 wins and 4 loses, which works out to a total of $1,979 lost.”
In other words, this person, who thankfully was not placing real bets, would have been down $2,000 despite a “winning” record of 93.4%.
He Disqualifies the Results of Losing Bets, Despite his Members Already Having Lost Money
Morrison will frequently decide to disqualify losses for various reasons after his members have already placed wagers. This keeps his winning percentage astronomically high, but costs his members thousands of dollars. He will state that the odds shifted and no longer qualified under his system, even if the odds did qualify for 99% of the day. He will say that an MLB loss doesn’t qualify if one of the starting pitchers is replaced, even if the pitching change is known hours or days before the game is played. Of course, all wins stay on the books irregardless of their qualifications.