Title: The latest on Boris & Co

Date: June 28th 2014


It's the half-way point of the World Cup…

So it's a good time to give you a quick update about the Asian Handicap syndicate, and where I'm at with Boris and his partners.

First of all, you'll be glad to know they've continued to proof their bets to me for the first fortnight of the tournament.

Here are the 6 bets they've lumped on…

Chile (-1) to beat Australia
4k @ 1.94
Columbia (-1) to beat Greece
4k @ 1.91
England (-0.5) to beat Uruguay
3k @ 2.1
Bosnia (-0.5) to beat Nigeria
5k @ 1.9
Nigeria (+1.25) to beat Argentina
3.5k @ 2.025
Algeria (+0.5) to beat Russia
4k @ 1.975

4 winners from 6 bets means to their stakes, they're up £5,097.

By the way, don't worry if you're not instantly familiar with -1, +0.5 or +1.25 because I'll be making everything crystal-clear in the lead-up to the new season.

Now I said in my email on June 13th that Boris can be tricky to nail down, and I thought the World Cup would probably get in the way with me brokering a final deal.

And that's exactly what has happened.

So it's still full steam ahead with my plans to have Boris and his partners on board for the new season in mid-August.

They'll continue to pass on their bets to me during the knockout stages which start tonight, but until I agree terms with them, I'm afraid I'm under strict instructions not to share their bets before matches.

Enjoy the rest of the tournament and the moment the deal is signed, I'll be in touch.

Kind Regards,
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P.S. The £5,097 they've already banked from the World Cup means their winnings since May 2013 are now a whopping £54,312.