Here’s how David took Stan James to the cleaners (to the tune of £27,103.00)

By on March 14, 2020

It’s hard enough picking 33/1 winners.

But imagine picking a tricast where first, second and third come in at 33/1, 50/1 and 50/1.

That’s what happened to David Leslie way back in 2009.

Back then he had only just developed his system for picking winners in the top races.

But it started with a bang.

The odds of his tricast were 54,205/1 and his 50p stake won him £27,103.00. (Stan James tried to screw him on his winnings. More on that tomorrow).

That’s the biggest payout David has ever one using his 9 parameter methodology.

But over the past decade he’s had many, many four figure returns.

Like the time he won:

£3,153 on the 2013 Grand National.

A £1,858.40 tricast with a £15 stake.

£1,515.00 on Billesdon Brook back in 2018.

A £2,214.95 tricast for a £30 stake.

If you’d like to know how he does it then I highly recommend you check out the video on his website here.

It’s a fascinating story.

His website details all his big wins with proof from his bookmaker accounts.

Kris Jackman | Founder Tipster Supermarket