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I get this question all the time in my inbox & instagram

“Evan, how can I guarantee nearly $20,000 no matter who wins like you did last year on the Australian Open?”

I need to make this very clear.
Sports Trading is a COMPLETELY different ball game to Matched Betting. Firstly, Matched Betting is a low-risk low reward.
You can jump right into Matched Betting and start spinning profits on your first day with ease.
It is literally the ONLY place you should start at if you are new to smart betting investments. 
Sports Trading carries a much higher risk, but there is no roof on scalability.
Unlike Matched Betting, Sports Trading will be a much slower process till you start earning those juicy profits.


You need to be DECISION ORIENTATED as a Sports Trader.  

This is because trading is all about making WINNING DECISIONS.  

Don’t focus on the outcomes as you do with Matched Betting, focus on the PROCESS, and eventually, the money will start piling up like there is no tomorrow.  

Think about it…
Sports Trading isn’t going anywhere, anytime soon – as long as betting exchanges stay around.
This is shaping up to be an investment we can do for the next 10+ years!  
As time goes on, more & more people will start clueing up about how lucrative this investment can be.
In the stock/forex market, you are competing against big hedge fund banks.
In Sports Trading, a large proportion of your competition is degenerate gamblers.
Our profit comes from others overreacting in the markets.
It may sound cruel, but that’s how live markets work.
Those who are not mentally and analytically prepared will be eaten by the lions like myself and MR G (7 figure Sports Trader W/10 years trading experience who designed STAS)  

AUS OPEN is around the corner.

It’s honestly some of the easiest money I make every year.
For about 3-4 weeks, I lock myself in heavy on the PC and get my grind on.
I will be running a $300,000 bankroll purely for the AUS OPEN this year.
Are you going to be trading the AUS OPEN?
Do you know how to correctly trade?
I’m not talking about those basic rubbish guides on Youtube & Google…   I’m talking about proper TENNIS EDUCATION.  
👉Pre-Game Analysis (Research to execute effective trades)
👉Step By Step Guide To Form Analysis
👉Information & Pointers to look out for Determining Game-State/Momentum Swings During Tennis Matches
👉The Fundamentals Of Tennis Scoring  
👉How To Determine Momentum Swings & Read Tennis Matches (This is based on analysing service games)  

After this understanding, then you are ready for the methods.  

NOTE – this is where most get it wrong. Instead of understanding how to analyse multiple factors in a tennis match/players, most try to just learn the methods from the get-go. Another recipe for disaster…  

👉STRAT 1 – CHAT METHOD  One of the most straightforward and surprisingly profitable trading techniques is the CHAD method. Outline of Method: The method entails backing a server who appears to be showing signs of holding their serve well. The trader will back the player who is serving (or lay the player who is receiving), looking to secure a profit when the player holds serve. An example of this trade would be backing Thiem @4 in the 3rd set of the match (keeping in mind that service holds in the earlier sets of men’s matches do not result in as big of price fluctuations.). Thiem then proceeds to hold his serve and comes into a price of 3.35(a 65c decrease!). This would result in a 19% ROI. Applying this method x amount of times during a match, over x amount of matches continuously, following a rigid structure with the same patterns of entry, it is easy to see how profitable you can become as a SERVICE HOLD Trader.  

👉STRAT 2 – THE CRUMBER METHOD   The Crumbler method can prove EXTREMELY profitable when exercised in the right scenario. Although, this trade may go awry if the match has been incorrectly read, or a player’s tendencies have been significantly OVERSTATED. This method will NOT work with audience-player bias and caution is recommended with this trade.   The trader observes a player who has gained one break during the set and now finds themselves serving for the set. Score lines could be; 6-5, 5-4, 5-3. The trader would enter the trade by either laying the server or backing the opposition player, and attempting to get out of the trade at either 0-15 or 15-30, 0-30 or 0-40. Typically, in smaller matches, it would be ideal to lay the server or whichever player has shorter odds. This is due to more liquidity being traded on the favourite, and thus a higher chance of your closing bet being matched. The trade basis is made upon the fact that the server simply has an immense amount of pressure on them to hold this service game. With mentally weak players this can be exploited to great extent, as they typically do not hold their service and may go on to potentially lose the set from being in a stronghold position. Many novice traders may think this is a very unlikely thing to happen, but over the last 4 years of consistently trading tennis, it is apparent that almost every player in the ATP circuit (bar a certain few), finds themselves in these situations and crumbles. A possible exit method on this type of trade could be to exit a certain % of your trade out on specific points during the service match. This can minimise your exposure thus managing your RISK effectively on a trade that could go sour very quickly.  

Each strategy has
👉Overview of trading/method outline
👉Entry & Exit points analysis
👉Avoidance points/triggers
👉Live video summary of the method
👉Live trade of method with an explanation on why MR G is doing what  

and this is just tennis…  

This is only ONE week or our SEVEN-week system!  

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