The Greyhound System website is made up of several greyhound betting systems developed by sports trader Daniel Fogg.
There are currently three systems available and they come in the form of eBooks, but the great thing is, they can all be automated with a betting bot.
The first two systems come as a bundle and it is these two that we will be testing out in our review.
Although there aren't any results to go by on the website, Daniel does post updates from his various betting and trading activities on his Twitter account, including the Greyhound betting. It wasn't much to go by, so we planned to record our own results to find out if the systems work.
Although there was a recommended bot to use in the e-book, we found that we could set the strategies up easily using BF Bot Manager, so we used that instead. Although, it's worth noting that the instructions in the eBook were based on using the recommended bot, so if you're not using to setting up systems on bots, it's probably best to stick with that.
It only took us a few minutes to get set up and we just let the bot run with the advised settings, reporting back with our results once we hit our target amount of bets.
Before you continue...
Our Greyhound System review ended with a fail rating.
Please feel free to continue reading the full review below, though we recommend checking out some of the betting system reviews which ended in a pass instead. There's a small selection below or you can click here for the full list.
We ran Greyhound System #1 on BF Bot Manager for several weeks until we hit the 1,000 bet mark. We felt that this would be a fair amount of bets to see if the system was going to be profitable.
There were 1,003 bets recorded and 787 of them won, which worked out as a strike rate of 78%. Unfortunately, this was not good enough and resulted in a loss of £7.64 overall.
We felt that the system was very basic and the quality of the e-books wasn't great. They just seemed as though they had been quickly put together and were overpriced.
We didn't even bother testing Greyhound System #2, as we found that it was basically the same as #1 but operated a loss retrieving staking plan. This is generally a no-no in our book, so we decided to skip it completely.
The system didn't produce a huge loss, but as it didn't make a profit after so many bets either, it was marked as a "fail".
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The Greyhound System website contains several greyhound betting systems from Daniel Fogg and they can all be automated with a betting bot. Read our review here.