I have a lot of friends doing dry January at the moment, and I find it very admirable that people can abstain from alcohol for the full 30 days. Personally, I awake on the 1st January with every intention of joining in, as is always the case with the dreaded hangover, but my resolve usually lasts less than 30 hours, let alone 30 days!
I did manage 12 days, however, and felt a lot better for it. That was, until, I went to visit a sick relative at the weekend and being there with my father, meant that the single malt came out and any refusal to take part in “just the one tot” was something that was immediately shot down.
“I know you’re on dry January, but this is a one-off and I insist you join me in a whiskey” insisted my father. So much for the parental responsibility!
So, half a bottle later and the conversation flowed. We talked about our relative who is not in a good way and took note, that despite their illness getting worse, they seemed very upbeat. Always worth thinking about when suffering from a hangover!
Anyway, apart from the ill relative, we got talking about betting. You guessed it, dry January was used as a comparison to the mentality of betting.
There are a lot of challenges out there that encourage people to take on the challenge of staying “dry” during January and not take a sip of alcohol. I’m planning on starting a new challenge for Betfan readers that doesn’t involve alcohol, but betting – Drumroll, please …..
Find a Fruitful Tipster February or FFTF from now on!
From the 1st February (Thursday), I will be encouraging readers to utilise Betfan’s proofing pages to find a tipster that works for them. We’ve a ton of information that can be used on the website and once you’ve found one that suits you, we can look at setting up a special deal for you.
So, how do we go about this?
Let’s start by looking at the Top Performers –
Have a look through each tipster and look at their history of proofing. Would you be comfortable with the amount of bets that they deliver? Could cope with long losing runs but then big priced winners, bringing us into profit? Do you prefer lots of winners but a smaller profit?
Once you’ve found a tipster that you like the look of, then take note and every day go through their proofing to see if you would have been happy with that day’s performance. You’ve got two weeks to find a tipster that you’ll be comfortable with. Trial a few if you like. At the beginning of February, we’ll start giving special discounts to those that have kept track of a tipster and get them up and running at a discounted price. Happy days and probably a lot easier than doing dry January! Me, I prefer it wet 😉
There are two selections for the Turbo Winning System, today –
16:35 Kempton – Mercers
19:40 Kempton – Iley Boy
Back on Thursday with another look at the weekend’s football and next week, I’ll be showing you what I’ve done to prepare for the FFTF!