Mr. Reasonable

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 70% (52 of 74)
Location: East Midlands , UK
 

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Napoleon Total War (PC DVD) by Avanquest Software
Napoleon Total War (PC DVD) by Avanquest Software
4 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Dreadful user experience, 17 April 2013
If you want to use this game you will be FORCED to download it through Steam. Unless you have a super fast connection it will take hours and hours. I can't see why they package two installation discs, they are useless. The Command line fix I've seen on another review simply doesn't work.

I don't actually know if the game is any good because its is still downloading but now I don't care. I am so angry with the inconvenience of the installation process that I will never buy any game that requires Steam again. If that means I buy no more games, then so be it. I am not rewarding them for messing me about.

The stupidity is that all steam does is to inconvenience real… Read more
Lay,Back and Think of Winning: Guaranteed Winning &hellip by Nigel Paul
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Successful Betfair trading requires some knowledge/indication of the future direction of prices. The strategies outlined in this book are based upon using Weight of Money (WOM) to determine future price direction. This might have been enough in 2004 when this book was published but it won't work on its own now. The market has since evolved and WOM is often manipulated by sophisticated traders and computer bot programs to lure the unwary into donating their money to the wrong side of the market. You have been warned.

There is no book that you can learn Betfair trading from, any strategy published in a book will be out of date by the time you get to read it. The best you can hope… Read more
How to Use System Betting on the Exchanges by Nigel Paul
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Leave this alone, 10 Dec 2012
I started reading this and thought I was was experiencing deja vu. Then I realised why. Its just "Lay Back and Think of Winning" with a different title. The first five chapters are the same and I didn't bother to look any further.

That old book is useless today because markets have evolved, you can't just trade with the weight of money anymore, you'll lose your shirt. Seven years ago you might have been able to get away with it but not any more.

I feel really cheated by this attempt to repackage outdated, 7 year old tripe and pretend that its new.

Leave this book well alone, it is useless.