**From:**
Donald Hunting
You
and I both know there are lots of products and programs available on the
Internet which promise, "Thousands of dollars a day without work or effort."
Flimsy and bland publications filled with puffed-up descriptions used to pad
out the pages and justify the cover price.

Maybe you've tried some of
them. Correct me if I'm wrong but chances are none of them did for you what was
claimed, leaving you deeply disappointed.

Am I right?

Well, I'm
certainly not going to resort to all the usual clichés and ridiculous
claims you've seen a thousand times before...however, I WARN YOU NOW *that
what follows may challenge everything you've ever thought about the accumulator
bet!*

But
that's all right because I can prove every word.

__What's more, accept my invitation and you'll
immediately see for yourself that everything I say is correct in every
detail__.

**So let's make a start on this fascinating
revelation...**

For
too long bookies have had the odds stacked in their favour. And the biggest
culprits are the tired and worn out old-fashioned 'form' betting routines which
for years have largely served only to line the bookies pockets at your
expense.

But
you don't have to put up with that any more.

And
let me be perfectly clear at the outset, this isn't anything to do with
arbitrage betting!

Of course right now you may be thinking any form of
gambling is too risky, too speculative, and that it's only the bookmakers who
ever win in the long term.

And just a few years ago I might have agreed
with you.

But that was before I happened to stumble across a simple but
devastatingly powerful mathematical truth, which proved beyond all doubt it
*is* possible to consistently profit at the bookmakers'
expense.

Yet, right from the outset, it was evident that manual
operation of the principle could prove to be horrendously time consuming and
open to costly user mistakes.

However, I'm a bit of a 'techy' and I set about turning
this amazing discovery into a user-friendly app.

And
after what must have amounted to a couple of months or more—often working
late into the night—Merlin was finally a reality.

I
call the app Merlin because what it does can seem, at first glance, almost
magical.

So,
what does Merlin actually do?

Merlin takes the mathematical principle I mentioned
earlier and turns a tedious and labour-intensive time-consuming grind into an
easy and highly accurate 'push button' exercise.

Which means...

**You are now in the incredible position of being able
to place**

sports treble bets which have the potential to* always
win*.

ALWAYS WIN???

Surely that can't be right, can it?

**Yes, it can! And, what's more, I can prove
it.**

But
there is a condition—just ONE.

And
that condition is this...you need to provide Merlin with part-correct
data.

Do
that and...

**The app calculates a WINNING**

treble bet for you
every time—WITHOUT FAIL!

OK—you'll remember I warned you at the outset that
you might find my claims hard to believe...so let me explain what part-correct
data is, how you get it, and why it's important.

Supposing you walked along any main street and asked the
first hundred people you met to forecast the results of a dozen soccer matches,
what would you have?

Well, for a start, you'd have 100 lines.

And
you could expect two things...

1. It's unlikely there'd be a __totally correct__
forecast amongst them. The odds are overwhelmingly __against__
it.

2. Not many of the forecasts would be __totally
wrong__. Most would correctly predict the result of one or two of the
matches. The odds are overwhelmingly __in favour__ of
that.

Which means the totally correct result would be
scattered in bits across several of the 100 lines and, though possible, is
unlikely to be found in any one single line.

So
now you have some definite data to work with, which has nothing to do with
complicated league tables or form.

What you have, in fact, is __part-correct
data__.

You
see, at its simplest, part-correct data need be nothing more than your taking
any three matches together as a group and using your judgement to predict the
win, lose, or draw outcome of each.

Alternatively, you could use the opinion of expert tipsters.

The
key point to note, no matter which method you use, is that you personally need
to get the final outcome correct of JUST ONE of the three matches in your
treble bet to give you the required part-correct data for Merlin.

So,
then, just to be absolutely clear...

When ONE of your three game predictions is CORRECT and
the other two are WRONG or when TWO of your predictions are CORRECT and the
third is WRONG, __you have your part-correct data__.

**And that's all Merlin
needs to give you**

a guaranteed winning treble bet. Every
time!

No
form!

No
tables!

*Just part-correct data*.

But
surely a treble bet needs to have the results of all three games correct in
order to win?

Absolutely!

*And right there is where the Merlin 'magic'
begins!*

You
simply enter your part-correct data into Merlin, and in return Merlin gives you
the fully correct result for all three games—instantly.

Every time!

Magic?

Heck, no! Of course it isn't.

But
you could say it's the next best thing.

You
see, Merlin knows all the possible winning combinations for a treble
bet.

All
of them!

And
after instantly analysing your input data Merlin also knows which of those
possible outcomes could NEVER HAPPEN when your input data is
part-correct.

Let's take an example.

Let's say you've selected your three games for the
treble and you predict that they could respectively result in a home win (1),
an away win (2) and a draw (X). You key your 12X prediction into Merlin using
the dedicated input panel.

But
because you can't be certain you're completely correct, you tell Merlin that
you think the three games could also end in, say, 1XX. And you enter that
combination as well.

Still uncertain, you go on to tell Merlin you reckon the
three games could also possibly end as either 211 or 122.

So
you've given Merlin four different ways in which you feel each of the three
games could end: 12X, 1XX, 211 and 122.

And
here they are entered into Merlin...

And
let's say, for the sake of illustration, the actual outcome of the three games
in question turns out to be 1X1.

Now, as you can see, none of the four treble bet
predictions you entered into Merlin is completely correct compared to the 1X1
actual outcome—but if you look carefully you'll see three of them have one
result which matches the winning 1X1 outcome, and one of them has two results
which match the 1X1 outcome.

*In other words, all four of your predictions are
part-correct.*

And
because of that part-correctness in each of the four predicted outcomes, Merlin
captures the 1X1 winning bet and hands it to you on a plate. You'll see a
screenshot of that in just a moment.

But
had you not been using Merlin and had placed all four of your predicted
outcomes as treble bets in their own right, *every one of them would have
lost*.

Agreed?

You'll remember I said a moment ago that Merlin knows
which of the possible treble bet outcomes could *never* occur when the
data you've input is part-correct.

And
that means Merlin also knows exactly which of the possible outcomes COULD
ACTUALLY HAPPEN when your input data is part-correct.

__So when there's part-correct data in each of the
different ways you tell Merlin you feel the games could end, Merlin will
isolate a group of treble bets for you and ONE OF THEM MUST BE THE
WINNER__.

And
with the four example, part-correct, treble bet predictions above, Merlin
determines there are only six possible outcomes...ONE of which MUST BE the
WINNING treble bet.

They are...

**111, 112, 11X, 121, 1X1, 22X**.

In
this screenshot you can see how Merlin clearly highlights the recommended six
trebles, which includes the winning result of 1X1.

The
stake in this example is one betting point for each of the six
trebles—that's one unit of your betting bank currency—giving a modest
total stake of just six points to cover all the bets:

The
key point to note is that when each of the treble bet predictions you enter
contains part-correct data, the group of bets Merlin recommends will ALWAYS
*include the winning bet*.

In
those circumstances, Merlin simply cannot fail to deliver the
winner.

Of
course you won't know in advance which one of the small group of treble bets
Merlin isolates for you will be the actual winner. *It could be any of them,
so you need to bet them all*.

And, as shown in the above screenshot, when you also
tell Merlin the odds and stakes involved for each of your bets, the app will
show you how profitable—or not—each of the recommended treble bets
would be if it were to be the winner.

That
means you always know where your profit stands *before* you place your
bets.

So
you see, it's not magic at all.

But
it is pretty impressive, isn't it?

And
it's also a clear mathematical rule which works in your favour whenever you
give Merlin the required minimum of one correctly predicted outcome in every
group of three game predictions you enter.

I
repeat...

*In those circumstances, Merlin*

simply cannot
fail to deliver the winner.

So,
the question is this...

Using your own skill and judgement—or the forecasts
of on-line and off-line sports betting experts whose tips are known to often be
part-correct—could you predict one game's correct win, lose or draw result
in every group of three games you enter into Merlin?

**Because when you do just that Merlin always finds the
other two**

correct results to give you an outright winning
treble.

And
I mean, *always!*

Ask
long-term user, Tony Glew.

He
bought Merlin *twice*.

Here's why...

At
the time I was away and off-line for a couple of days and when I got back there
was a message from Tony waiting for me...

*"Hello Don. Hope
everything's OK for you. It's a long time since we spoke. The reason for this
email is that I have been hit by a virus sent by some mindless moron and I have
lost virtually everything I had installed on my pc (including Merlin).
Therefore is there any chance you could send me another to download
please?"*

**Tony Glew**

Tony
had been one of the first to buy Merlin when it was launched two or three years
earlier.

I
replied that I was happy to give him a free replacement.

He
wrote back...

*"Thanks for the reply... As regards Merlin, I decided
yesterday that I was lost without it and so purchased it again... so now there
is no need for the replacement!"*

**Tony Glew**

The
point being, to put his money down on Merlin TWICE has surely got to be the
ultimate independent declaration of satisfaction that Merlin does precisely
what I've described here.

But
we both know there's only one way for you to be sure—and that's to take
the bull by the horns and claim your copy of the app right now.

Do
that and check it out for 30 days without any obligation to keep it.

And
if it's not for you, let me know within the 30 days refund guarantee period and
I'll return your payment in full and without question.

Remember...

When
you use the app, you personally DON'T NEED to get the outcome of ALL THREE of
your selections correct—__all you have to do is to get JUST ONE of the
three right and Merlin will do the rest!__

It's
why long-term user Tony Glew was, in his own words, *"Lost without it."*
And why he bought Merlin not just once, but TWICE.

**Click now on the order button below to step into
the**

world of 'magical' Merlin's unique accumulator bet.

Comes complete with comprehensive user guide and examples
of use. Includes details (page 8) on how to use the results of actual games to
prove conclusively that when you enter part-correct data Merlin really does
always find the winner.

No
quibble refund guarantee!

Immediate download.

Best wishes,

Donald Hunting

**PS**. Merlin isn't a mobile device app. It runs
only on your computer. You need Microsoft's Excel spreadsheet program to use
Merlin. If you don't have Excel on your computer, you can use it on-line for
free with Microsoft's OneDrive service. Go to
https://onedrive.live.com/ to open a free personal
account.

**PPS**. Merlin handles decimal odds, fractional odds
and US odds with equal ease. And you can mix and match them all in the same
calculation if you wish.

**PPPS**. Merlin works with any two decimal place
currency which uses the full stop (period) as the decimal separator—e.g.
British pounds, US dollars, Australian dollars and so on.