NHL: Jan. 12 - Systems Summary Post

Hi everyone,

Time for a weekly summary of our NHL systems that pick 4 games (or less, if there are less than 4 games happening that day) and stakes each side depending on the likelihood a team will win.

Here’s how they are doing as of last night (Sat, Jan. 11th).

Top Dogs Underdog System

Top Dogs, our system that focuses on Underdogs,  has been having a great season, last week’s weekly update noted it was having a little losing streak, but it’s now recovered from that nicely:

Units Bet ROI:

  • Units bet: 66.69

  • Units profit: 5.85

  • Units bet ROI: +8.78%

Bankroll ROI:

  • Bankroll units: 100

  • Units profit: 5.85

  • Bankroll ROI: +5.85%

I’ve plotted trendlines on this graph of the NHL season (so far) so you can see how our daily spends (red) compare to our overall unit balance (green):

The following line graph charts out the 30 Day ROIs for the system so far. Each data point is the end of a 30 day period (the first point is day 30 of the NHL season, which was Oct. 31, and the last data point is the 30 day period ending yesterday).

As you can see, we’re mainly hovering at or ABOVE 10% ROI for almost all 30 day periods so far. our recent dip is evident.

You can check out Top Dogs here, and even try out the premium version that sends out picks and staking every day for free for 30 days. Try it out and let it make you a profit.


Four Faves System

Four Faves is performing nice and steady most of the NHL season so far. This past week it had a bit of a dip, but has already recovered from that:

Units Bet ROI:

  • Units bet: 76.15

  • Units profit: 5.22

  • Units bet ROI: +6.85%

Bankroll ROI:

  • Bankroll units: 100

  • Units profit: 5.22

  • Bankroll ROI: +5.22%

Here’s the daily spend and overall balance graph for Four Faves:

The following line graph charts out the 30 Day ROIs for the Four Faves system so far.

As you can see, we’re mainly at or above 5% ROI for almost all 30 day periods, with some peaks and valleys.

You can check out Four Faves here, and even try out the premium version that sends out picks and staking every day for free for 30 days. Try it out and let it make you a profit.


Using Both Systems:

Now, if you are someone with a favorite sportsbook that lets you bet on both sides of a game (or you simply use two books), you may be subscribed to both systems (in fact, I know you do… there’s quite a few of you), then the consolidated spends and unit balances so far this NHL season look like this:

If you are working both systems, you currently have an ROI of +7.75%.

It’s a great way to hedge against losses. If one system is having a down week, you can be sure the other one is doing well, and it balances everything out so you can have relatively steady gains all season long.

That’s everything for now.

Have a great day, and best of luck on all your bets.