**My Mathematical Formula is a very long standing horse racing betting system which comes from Malcolm MacLean.** It features in no small part his Diabolical Staking Plan which is supposedly hugely profitable.

**Introduction to The Diabolical Staking Plan**

In the world of internet marketing, it is usually pretty cut throat and from this, services tend to come and go rather quickly. This means that for me, when I receive information about somebody who has been selling the same product for 13 years, apparently with some strong results, I can’t help but want to take a look.

Delve even deeper into this and you realise that it isn’t just a 13 year old system. In actual fact, Malcolm MacLean has been selling My Mathematical Formula and The Diabolical Staking Plan since 1978.

Now, I won’t lie, it is actually quite exciting to get my teeth into something like My Mathematical Formula (would you call it Vintage?), because if something has worked for 30 years, then it must be good right? Of course by the same token, times have changed a lot and the betting landscape is a world away from what it was in the late 80’s and early 90’s.

There are increasingly better and smarter ways of betting that can potentially make you very wealthy. So does My Mathematical Formula have a place nowadays? Is Malcolm MacLean still actually able to deliver the goods? That is a difficult question to answer.

**What Does My Mathematical Formula Offer?**

Honestly, you get quite a lot for your money with My Mathematical Formula. Whether or not it is all necessarily helpful is a bit of a different question, but more about that a little later on.

The core of everything is the actual self titled guide itself. This is comprehensive to say the least. In fact, it is an out and out hefty beast with more than 90 pages of A4. The book itself is well enough written, although there is a huge amount of padding involved in my opinion.

**My Mathematical Formula covers a number of different topics** which can essentially be broken down into two different elements. There is finding horses, and there is betting on horses.

These are topics that I want to pick up in more detail a little later on so I won’t say too much here. There is some argument to be had however as to what the actual core content of My Mathematical Formula is. Malcolm MacLean never specifically says it, but I do find that there is a lot of focus on the Diabolical Staking Plan rather than finding selections.

As well as the information on how to find bets and the staking plan, ** My Mathematical Formula spends a lot of time talking about a wide range of topics**. This includes things like information on different tracks from around the world.

It is an interesting enough read, however I don’t think that this necessarily adds a huge amount to the wider content. In fact, things like this are exactly where I think that My Mathematical Formula is perhaps a little bit too bulked out. This kind of content is widely available online and only adds to something that should be as simple as possible.

**On top of the core content, My Mathematical Formula also ships with a number of bonus publications**. These are however entirely unrelated to the core service and dare I say, feel like rather odd additions.

These include The Greyhound Treatise (which is of course about Greyhound Racing) as well as “The Colour of Money”, a system which supposedly works for roulette Whilst it is always nice to see free additional products, there is no getting away from the fact, a least in my opinion, that this simply serves as even more padding for My Mathematical Formula as a wider product.

**How Does My Mathematical Formula Work? **

As I have already mentioned, there are multiple different aspects to My Mathematical Formula however there are two more than any other. The first thing is the selection process for finding place bets. This is probably the more questionable element of My Mathematical Formula.

As I have said numerous times before, I don’t intend to give anything away in detail. It simply isn’t fair to Malcolm MacLean. **This is a very simple method** however which is fundamentally based around form.

The Diabolical Staking plan is what I ultimately believe you are paying for with My Mathematical Formula and that is much more interesting. Malcolm MacLean talks at length about how you minimise the risk to your betting bank by betting to level stakes, all whilst maximising your profits.

* Essentially, this involves betting a level amount on your first bet and then using the winnings to increase your stake on the next bet*. My Mathematical Formula also recommends taking small amounts out of the profit each time you win to ensure that you are still seeing

*something*.

**What is the Initial Investment?**

There is only one option available if you want to buy My Mathematical Formula. This is a one time payment of $29.95 (a little under £25) for which you receive everything.

It is worth noting that there Malcolm MacLean has no upsells in place which is a good thing, and that payment for the service is handled via Clickbank. This means that whilst it isn’t explicitly mentioned anywhere, there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place.

**What is the Rate of Return?**

There isn’t a whole lot that is given in terms of actual income potential. By this I mean that at no point does Malcolm MacLean sit down and say “this is how much you can expect to make”.

There are however a number of different claims made that pertain to making $100.000 in profit. I am not convinced by this number. Whilst I can see that My Mathematical Formula could hypothetically achieve this, it would be a hell of a thing to attain it.

**Conclusion on The Diabolical Staking Plan**

How would I describe My Mathematical Formula? This is a bit of a difficult thing if I am honest because there are two very different answers. The selection process that Malcolm MacLean includes I am really not convinced by.

**Whilst it is clearly some kind of selection process**, I don’t believe that you will come close to the 80-90% that is claimed. There are a number of reasons for this, but the truth of the matter is that whilst Malcolm MacLean has put together a decent staking plan, the selection process behind My Mathematical Formula is just not quite good enough.

Moving on to the staking plan, this is undoubtedly what you are paying for with My Mathematical Formula. I can see why as well because honestly, it is an interesting approach.

**It is a lot different to most things that I have see**n and I think that Malcolm MacLean does a good job of allaying a lot of the issues that can come with compounding bets (which is fundamentally what My Mathematical Formula involves). Do I think that there is some kind of untapped and unlimited potential to My Mathematical Formula? Being realistic, not really. But that misses the point in my opinion.

If you are involved in any kind of betting which is based around a high strike rate, then My Mathematical Formula is a genuinely different option. It has been demonstrated (at least in my opinion) that there is something to My Mathematical Formula.

** The fact that it has been around for so long is evidence of this**. The method is not perfect, but I do think that it provides a different approach that some people will find massively beneficial.

With all of this in mind, I think that My Mathematical Formula is actually worth considering. I came into this expecting it to be a relic of the past, and in some ways, that is reasonable.

** The fact of the matter is that it won’t work for everyone**, but if it sounds like something that could work for you, and you have tempered and realistic expectations, you should do ok.