STOP BETTING NOW!
That’s not what you’d expect to hear from a tipping company! However, there’s a reason I say this. Many years ago when I first started to take my betting seriously, I stopped betting and took a few months off. I was still immersed in the world of tipsters, systems and my own analysis but I paper traded everything. I didn’t place a single bet for nearly 6 months. A colleague of mine did the same and stopped for over a year when he started out!
One of the biggest pitfalls in betting is to read some marketing, jump straight in and start betting straight away. But, would you buy a car without a test drive, first? I know I wouldn’t. We need to do some extra legwork before jumping straight in. That’s the beauty of Betfan’s proofing pages. They’re updated every night and you can look at advised prices, BSP, SP and even break down the results to 1 point level stakes.
Let’s take a look –
If you go to any service in the member’s area, you can now download the FULL history of any tipster to an excel sheet. This is how you test drive any service before committing. You can download for SP, BSP and BOG. So, whenever you get an email for a service, head over to the proofing pages, download the excel file and take a look at what type of bets are delivered with the service.
Could you cope with one of the losing runs? Would you have kept your cool when 5 horses came a close second from win bets? These are the questions you need to be asking yourself before signing up for any tipster.
Once you’re comfortable with the history/proofing of a tipster, THEN you can start betting. Also, before you do, you need to make sure that you have the correct bank set up and are staking properly.
You can see how to work this out in a video I did a few years ago. It’s still relevant and will work with any service –
As always any questions let me know 🙂
We had a nice result on Tuesday with two winners from the Turbo Winning System.
There are three selections today –
14:40 Newcastle – Urban Soul
15:10 Newcastle – Desert Ruler
19:45 Chelmsford – Compass Scoobie