Tarazu is a Hindi word which means Balance. I coined this term for a strategy which is known with various other names. It’s neither a new strategy nor a rehash of old strategy. It’s the same existing strategy which I’ve just given a new name to suit to Indian punters specially to those who are not well versed in English.
You might have seen me on betting adda tipping you on Tarazu strategy for quite sometime. I haven’t fully revealed the strategy but I’m sure you clever guys might have figure it out from my various comments.
You will be disappointed to know that I’ll never leak Tarazu strategy in public. The reason is simple. If a successful strategy comes to limelight all punters will start following it which will wake up bookies who will “adjust” their odds movements to nullify this strategy.
This has happen to many other successfully online betting/trading strategy. Strategy which once worked and punter used to make money in the past have become almost ineffective today.
This strategy is available only to exclusive members for FREE.
Below is the live proof of Tarazu strategy which I applied for the 2nd Test match between England and Sri Lanka. As you can see from the strategy, I backed England heavily when the were in strong position. When Sri Lanka start to dominate I did 2 ways Tarazu between SL and Draw. I had a lot of money already placed on England so I took off some of that money and put on SL & Draw. In this match I earned £106.83 without worrying about the match result. If it was Draw I would have won £106.83. And if by any chance England was winner I would have hit the jackpot with £1175.77.
Here is another example of 2 ways Tarazu between Glamorgan & Hampshire T20 match. I had about £325 profit on both teams, it didn’t matter who won the match I made £325 on this match.
Complex example of Tarazu Strategy
Below is an example of very complex but perfectly balanced Tarazu strategy for a Text Cricket Match between England v India in 2014. I don’t remember which match was this but as you can see from the snapshot I made about £180 in profit without worrying about the result. I had total £1621 on stake as you can see on the top right corner.
Below is the 3rd successful example of a Tennis match between Li Na & Strycova. I’m not sure who won but I made easy £54 profit. In the first column you will see the bookies where I placed my bet. PP is for Paddy Power, SJ is for Stan James.
Yup, I apply Tarazu on virtually any two team/player sports where I see an opportunity. Below is a live successful example of Tarazu strategy between a Volleyball match between China & Argentina. I’m not sure who won the match but I made a small profit.
Tarazu doesn’t work very well with Football but I’m so confident with my strategy that I even applied it successfully during FIFA world cup matches and made profit all of them. Below is an example of 2014 FIFA world cup match between Belgium and USA. Belgium won the match hy 2-1 and I made £33 profit. As you can see from the snapshot below the Tarazu was not perfectly balanced. A perfectly balanced Tarazu strategy will have equal profit on all outcomes. As I said Football is not suitable for Tarazu and that’s reason I couldn’t balance it.
This strategy is a very effective online sports betting and trading strategy with very low risk. It’s so effective strategy that you can even use it on fixed odds sites if you don’t have account on BETFAIR. I mostly use this strategy for Test Cricket and sometimes for ODI or T20. It’s not as effective for T20 though as odds don’t move a lot and in most cases T20 becomes predictable.
It’s good for ODI and works very well between two good teams.
It will not work for a match between top team and bottom team e.g. India and Zimbabwe in any form of Cricket.
It’s mainly suitable for 2 ways results but it can be successfully used in three way results as well e.g. Cricket Test matches. It’s not effective for Football 3 way results. But you can apply it between a team and draw in football.
It can work in Tennis too if players are equally matched. It works well in Women’s tennis as we all know ladies are so unpredictable.
It can also be applied for any other betting market with two outcomes. E.g. total goals in Football.
As I said above this strategy doesn’t work for a strong favourite and weak underdogs. I works only with top teams. As a rule of thumb you can apply this strategy for a Cricket Test or ODI between any two teams from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Australia, England, South Africa and West Indies. If India is involved and they are on fast pitches then include New Zealand as well.
This strategy can also work on two teams from bottom tiers such as Bangladesh, Zimbabwe, Ireland etc. The first Test match between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe was a perfect opportunity for this strategy.
Avoid grand slam tennis matches involving top seeded players during round robin. You can take chances in QFs onwards as by that time only, and always, the top seeders remain in the competition.
As usual if match becomes one sided since beginning then this strategy will fail.
There is exit strategy for each sport. I can provide exit strategy to exclusive members on request.