In this Daisho System Review we’ll be taking a look at this popular system from Waverley Media.
We’ll be looking at the development of Daisho System in all three of its versions. These are the Daisho System Seminars, Daisho System Home Study Course, and Daisho Lite.
We’ll explain how the Daisho system works and whether or not it is easy to use. We’ll also be checking out how much the Daisho System costs and how much you can expect to make from using it.
What is The Daisho System?
Well, put basically, the Daisho system is a football trading system. More specifically, it consists of five methods of trading football matches on Betfair.
It was created by Tony Langley and published by Waverley Media (Markiteer) a company run by Tim Lowe. Tim Lowe and Tony Langley have worked together before, on the Football Hedging System in 2015.
The Daisho System is marketed as an updated, simpler version of the Football Hedging System, and shares much of the same content.
Now we’ll take a look at the different versions of the Daisho System.
Daisho System Seminars and Home Study Course
All the different versions of The Daisho System have, essentially, the same content. The main difference is the way buyers access that information and the level of support they receive.
The Daisho System was first released as a ‘seminar only’ event. These took place over several days in the summer of 2017.
After these seminars finished, the Daisho System Home Study Programme was released. Users accessed the system online with an for one day’s training with Tony. The reason given for releasing a Home Study Programme was that not everybody was able to get to the seminars in Surrey.
In the spring of 2018, Home Study Programme closed to new subscribers. The reason given for this was that the site had reached the capacity that Tony could support.
The Home Study Programme is currently the most widely used version of the Daisho System.
A few months after the closure of the Home Study Programme, Daisho Lite was released.
Daisho Lite followed exactly the same principles as the Home Study Course. The main difference between Daisho Lite and its predecessors was that this new version did not receive support from Tony Langley.
Consequently, Daisho Lite was much cheaper than both the Seminars and the Home Study Programme. This price was then reduced further as a special offer for the 2018 World Cup and the beginning of the following football season.
How does The Daisho System work?
As already mentioned, all versions of The Daisho System consist of the same 5 ‘trading’ methods.
As you might expect, every one of these methods takes advantage of a particular series of events in football matches.
You’ll start off by researching the day’s football matches according to given criteria. This will identify which matches offer various opportunities for each of the methods. If you would prefer not to do this, there is an option to have alerts sent to you via email.
After that, it’s just a case of following the instructions to place the correct ‘back’ bet on Betfair. Then, when certain criteria are then met, you will then place a lay bet or ‘cash out’ to create a profit.
If everything does do not go according to plan, you can employ one of the bespoke ‘recovery methods’. There is one for each method with the aim of turning a losing position into an at least break even one.
On the face of it – that all sounds quite simple. Following the instructions, however, can prove to be a different issue entirely.
How long does The Daisho System take to set up?
So, let’s take a look at getting started with this:
Before we go any further, I should make something very plain. The Daisho System has the potential to make you a lot of money and put basically, making a lot of money is rarely simple.
The Daisho System members area contains several training videos for each of the methods. Each method is demonstrated with examples and there are also details of each recovery method.
The videos are very comprehensive with detailed explanations from Tony.
Tony is very enthusiastic about his subject matter and new users may find this a bit much.
However, I would recommend you watch all of the training videos at least twice and you become more used to Tony’s style.
In addition, you’ll also get a set of written instructions through the post.
This is useful as a back-up to the videos, but when you are using the methods ‘live’ it would probably be best used as a quick reference guide.
There is a fair bit to take in so I would recommend you follow the advice to learn one method at a time. As mentioned above, you should really watch the videos a few times taking notes then spend some time ‘paper trading’.
You should really ‘paper trade’ each of the methods until you are confident. Only then are you advised to trade ‘live’, using small stakes.
This might seem like slow going, and it is. The important thing here, though is that you have to understand what you are dong before you start to use real money. This is because getting it wrong can be very costly.
If you are getting the impression it might take forever to make any money with this, I should also mention that once you have learned a method you can always use that one while you learn the next one.
How long does it take to use the Daisho System?
Once you have learned the methods, it all gets a lot simpler. There will be a few minutes of research to do each day, which will vary according to how many matches are being played. For instance, there will be more research to do on a Saturday in October than a Wednesday in June.
Each method will take you 90 minutes at most, but most will take much less. You do not have to be ‘active’ for the whole time, as it is possible to set alerts to tell you when something significant has happened.
The Daisho System covers matches worldwide so you are not just restricted to the UK football season. This does mean that if you are using it in the summer, you could be using this early in the morning or late at night.
On the other hand, this does mean that the system can be used at almost any time.
How much can you make with The Daisho System?
How much money you make with the Daisho System will vary.
In the textbook version, you will spend your first six months building your bank. Using the given figure of 65% growth each month, that will give you a considerable bank.
You then use this bank each month, withdrawing only the profits. Because of the size of your bank, the stakes will be quite large, as will your profits. The website estimates these profits to be £9000 to £12000 each month.
For most of us, this is a lot of money, and as I’ve already mentioned, making a lot of money is not easy. You do have to bear in mind that you have to learn all the methods and then spend six months building your bank.
This means that if you are a slow learner, it could be a year before you see any return at all on what you have paid.
How Much does The Daisho System cost?
There are three packages on offer for Home Study Programme buyers. The first two (Gold and Platinum) priced at £1297 and £1697. The only difference between the two is the price you pay for support after the first 30 days.
The Diamond package is the same price as the seminar type event at £2597. This includes 12 months of support and a 1-day meeting with Tony.
Daisho Lite is much cheaper at £697. It has also been priced at £397 for special promotions such as the 2018 World Cup.
Is The Daisho System easy to use?
The easy answer to this is no. In fairness though, not many ways of making £9000+ per month are. Each of the methods will take time to perfect. This will be followed by what could be a long period of practice.
Because of the large number of factors involved each time you use this it would be very bold to describe it as easy. The fairest thing to say is that it is simple as it could be, but is still very involved.
Is The Daisho System gambling?
If you have any experience with systems of this type, you would probably call the Daisho System sports trading. On the Daisho website, they do not call it sports trading but instead, call it ‘structured betting’.
Whether or not sports trading can be considered gambling is a matter of constant debate. Some will think anything you do on Betfair qualifies it as gambling because Betfair is a betting exchange (and the clue is in the name).
Others think that if you have a strategy in place and place a lay bet to ‘close’, it’s trading (like Forex or Stock trading) and not gambling.
The Daisho System Advantages
This system is very comprehensive and does a good job of presenting each of the methods fully. You could never say Tony does not go into enough detail and his passion for showing you what he knows is beyond doubt.
The system is structured so that you can learn at your own pace, and do what you want when you want. You don’t have to learn all of the methods.
You can just learn one and get started with before progressing on to the others.
The Daisho System Disadvantages
Becoming involved with this system is a large undertaking. The initial cost is high and you are committing to what could be an extended period of learning.
There is not much reward for many months which gives you plenty of opportunities to lose heart. I would imagine the number of people who tried this for a few weeks then gave up is very high.
The Daisho System Conclusion and Overall Rating
Overall, this system is very well put together. The training is comprehensive and you are not tied to any deadlines. You can do this anywhere, as long as using sites like Betfair is legal (so check before you go on holiday)
It is, however, one of the more expensive systems you are likely to buy. So, I would recommend this to you, but only if you take the following information onboard.
If you are expecting to make large profits straight away, steer clear. this is a long term commitment and you are likely to give up and end up wasting your money.
The level of commitment involved makes perfect for very few people. I would say most would just do ‘OK’ with this if they stuck with it.
If you have quite an analytical brain you should take to this and achieve good results. Whether the £9000 – £12000 each month is achievable is open to debate.
Others who are willing to commit and practice should still do well with this, though I would have my doubts about them making the ‘advertised’ profits. They should, however, certainly make enough to make it worth their while.