His "NCAA Away Dog" is currently rated as #1 as for profit, but as you see below, he also covers a whole host of different sports that are as profitable.
His signal page updates itself every 5 minutes, so there's no need to re-fresh the page yourself.
All his signals usually comes in hours before each games, so make sure to keep an eye on his page.
Remember that each system requires its own bankroll which should be 150 units. If you want to Follow "NHL away Dog" alongside "NCAA road dog", you should know that you will need 150 units bankroll size for each.
Sometimes, you may be asked to bet 3 unit on a specific game, so your bankroll needs to be of the proper size to keep it from being depleted after a losing streak which happens.
If you follow each system to the letter, you should always be in profit, based on past performances, so even if you're going through a losing streak, it is very important to stick with the program no matter what because at the end of the season, it will eventually be profitable.
|#||Season||Bet Win Count||Bet Win %||Bet Loss Count||Bet Loss %||Bet Push Count||Bet Push %||Bet Total Count||Profit|
|1||Season NHL 2011-2012||27||42.19||37||57.81||0||0||64||523|
|2||Season NHL 2012-2013||16||57.14||12||42.86||0||0||28||5320|
|3||Season NHL 2013-2014||50||56.82||38||43.18||0||0||88||13041|
|4||Season NHL 2014-2015||42||56.76||32||43.24||0||0||74||8503|