Would like to hear of others experiences.
I've got a couple of beauts, simple, and they've stood the test of time. I believe there are many, many systems that work and I'd like to start a chat on the implementation of systems.
I'll keep this brief in case no-one is interested.
Return On Investment is what it's all about, and it's not always good. System afficianados and promoters go into overdrive when any "system" is hot, the end result being that the odds are reduced because of increased activity of punters in one area, the ROI drops to the point where the "system" just doesn't work. This is when you don't want to be punting! The "system" still works, it's the mugs that have shortened the odds to unders!
I combine my ROI and strike rate into a formulae for each system and the resultant "number" is the data I use to see when the system is on the "boil", which is time to ease off, and when it is "overdue", which is when punters have cottoned on, got in, shortened the odds, lowered the ROI, lost their dough and lost interest!
All things are cyclical, good horse racing systems are cyclical. It's the up and down nature of ROI that will kill you. Manage that and you make money regularly.