Tony’s Betting Diary July 2014

July

Another month that looked like it was going to be very low profit month turned out ok in the end 

I made virtually nothing at the back end of the world cup i think it was about +£16 in total haha, nothing on the tennis and one bet on the golf (freds boost on Rory)

towards the end of the month I had a a few nice wins mainly from casino or bingo games offers. cashed out another 32red reload for +£321, managed £175 from hills virtual horse offer and a few other for around the same profit.

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Happy with the results, not gonna break any records but an amazing top up on wages 

Bookies 

Betbright (£5 for each win) £3.69
Paddy (free £5 bet) £3.78
Betfred (Boosts) £1.87
Paddy (If Offers) £124.35
Hills (If Offers) £2.53
Geoff Banks (If Offers) £0.02
Titan (Bet £20 for £10) -£0.89
Fred (DD/HH) -£66.73
Betfair (if offers) -£3.11
Coneon (£10 risk free) -£1.43
Betsafe (If Offers) -£6.21

Betfred (Boosts) £25.76
Mugs / Trades -£33.80

Bookie total £49.83

Casino’s

Hills (Bingo Games Offers) -£2.10
Betfred (Stake Match Offers) £152.05
Betfair (£25 for £25) -£25.00
Royal Vegas (Reload) -£20.00
Football Pools (Spend £10 get £5) £18.85
Ladbrokes (Unfinished wagering) £3.16
Betfred (Virtual Offers) £23.75
32red (reloads) £301.19
Hills (Spin & Win) £60.20
Vegas Palms (100% to £100 Reload) -£100.00
Football Pools (Money back on losses) £1.75
Winner (£7 Risk Free) -£7.00
Tote (wager £20 for £5 on RR) £0.40
Football pools (Call offer) £23.75
Coral (Spend £10 for £5) -£5.00
Hills (Double winnings on bejewelled 2) -£90.00
Coral (Call of fruity offer) £171.95
Tote (Spend £20 get £5 on DOND) -£3.38
Betfair (Wager £100 for 25 Spins) -£12.85
Betfair (100% to £50 on Table games) £165.00
Hills (games £25 bonus) £131.25
Coral (Super Charged Slots) -£40.00
Betfair (Mr Cashback £50) -£50.00
Hills (Risk Free) £88.00
Hills (Happy Hour) -£100.00
Hills Virtual Horses (bet £10 Get £10) £175.00
Winner (50% cashback) -£50.00

Mug -£50.00

Casino Total £760.97

July Total £810.80

 

I probably spent around 2 hours a day, 5 days a week on it though – so good job I enjoy it because it’s not much of a wage otherwise :-S

 

Tony

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