Despite the claim that this service is “one of the most profitable football tipping services on the planet” the marketing page is not to overdone and unusually for this type of service the author readily agreed to a review. It is a pretty simple concept – a daily email is sent advising teams in soccer games that are not expected to win and thus you should be able to lay them in the main match result market. Alternatively, if you do not like laying you can place back bets in the Double Chance market backing the other team.
At the outset we were given some additional thoughts on the betting and in particular a maximum lay price of 6.0 was advised. The bets can be placed at any time after receipt of the advice and as the coverage of leagues is quite wide it could pay to wait until nearer kick off or ask for a price and put in the keep. What you cannot do is bet at BSP as the author suggested – there is no such price for football games and certainly no option to place such a bet.
In general the tips are received in good time on the day of the match – I was however surprised to see that one tip was rescinded half an hour or so after being sent out for no good reason and if the service advice is followed the bet would have been placed before the change was received.
After a successful start on day 1 we then saw 4 consecutive unsuccessful bets and the service did not recover from this with continuing losing bets and the advised bank of 25 points completely depleted after just 26 bets. I am pretty sure this is the quickest loss of a whole betting bank that I have seen in just over 7 years of reviewing. Naturally I asked the author what advice he would give his subscribers in the circumstances but did not receive a response despite a reminder. The bets continued to be advised and no mention was made of the losses incurred. To be fair there has been a slight recovery since then but nobody in their right mind would have been placing cash on the selections after day 3.
In the results spreadsheet I have included what would have occurred if the Double |Chance Option had been followed and here the bank would have been blown after 25 bets.
The author offered subscribers and potential subscribers a PDF which he said gave the insight into his methods and would allow readers to expand their betting activities in the field. Anybody who has downloaded this will have been staggered at the amateur nature of the document which is a rambling and imprecise and would not really help – no doubt this is the plan so that people will then subscribe but if he really derives his selections from such sloppy theories then I for one would be steering well clear.
Any service that blows a betting bank must be regarded as failed and at least there is a 60 day refund policy here which is more than adequate! One to avoid.
PS 4/1/2018 – There is currently an issue with the access to the results PDF. If you would like me to send you a copy just drop me an email or ask on the thread.