Current Betting System Reviews
Betting Systems Currently on Trial
This page contains quick links to the horse racing systems, services, and other products that we at Geegeez are currently reviewing.
Just click the link to get a list of posts, from the original preview to the most recent post. Each post contains information on the previous day’s selections and how they fared; today’s selections; and, the cumulative profit or loss for the review to date.
- Eachway Winners Service Review EachWay Winners Service Review
Here’s our review of EachWay Winners
If your mailbox looks anything like mine, then it has probably been bombarded of late by other racing websites promoting the new “best thing since sliced bread” betting service, EachWay Winners, but you’ll not have received anything from us at Geegeez about this one. That doesn’t, of course, ...
- Favourite Lays Service Review Favourite Lays Service Review
Welcome to our review of Favourite Lays
Favourite Lays is, as the name suggests, a service which concentrates
on laying favourites! The main proviso is that the maximum exposure
is 3pts per bet, as any horse priced at 4.00 or higher becomes a void selection.
Favourite Lays is a daily email advisory service whereby, once you’ve subscribed,
you will receive ...
- Andy Bell Racing Review Andy Bell Racing Review
Here we examine the performance of ABR
Andy Bell Racing (ABR) is marketed by the reputable Betfan company and
has already made over 440pts profits for its members, from a series of mainly
single bets with the occasional double added for good measure.
The author of the service (Andy Bell, I presume?) claims to be an ...
- Mystery Horse Bot Review Mystery Horse Bot Review
It’s time to look at Mystery Horse Bot
Mystery Horse Bot is, as expected, a betting bot formulated to place bets on betfair, selecting up to three horses per race.
MHB is a piece of software that once installed and set to action will analyse the days racing race by race, selecting horses and automatically ...
- Lay of the Day Service Review Lay of the Day Service Review
LOTD now comes under the Geegeez microscope.
Lay of the Day is produced and marketed by the Zerohype stable of betting systems, alongside the Banker amongst others.
LOTD is, as you’ve probably deduced a laying service that seeks out a most likely loser from that day’s racing. The title “Lay of the ...
- The Banker Service Review The Banker Service Review
Welcome to our review of The Banker.
The Banker is a daily horse racing service from Zerohype that bets in the win markets using betting exchanges or online, best odds guaranteed (BOG) bookmakers.
An email is sent to members daily, detailing any horses recommended to win.
Members receive approximately 15-25 Banker selections during any given ...
- Diamond Racing Lays Review Diamond Racing Lays Review
next in the firing line is Diamond Racing Lays…
Diamond Racing Lays (also referred to as DRL) is as you’d expect a service providing a selection of horses to be laid in UK races and the headline on the DRL homepage promises…“Winning Betfair Tips – Direct into your inbox each day from a Betfair ...
- One More Chance Service Review One More Chance Service Review
It’s time to take a look at One More Chance
One More Chance is a very simple backing service that is system based, the details of which are not divulged by the author and full-time betting professional Paul Fowlie. The selections are sent out each day from the reputable Sportsworld Publishing and come ...
- Victor Value Racing Review Victor Value Racing Review
Here’s our latest service under review: Victor Value
Victor Value is quite obviously a pen name for a professional tipster and whilst I don’t actually know the author’s name, I can tell you that the service comes from Steve Trow’s Bets For Today catalogue of services, which include the BBFT service also being reviewed ...
- Zero To Hero Service Review Zero To Hero Service Review
Here’s our review of the Zero To Hero (ZTH) service.
The “both teams to score” bet has become very popular in recent years with all the major bookmakers promoting these types of bet. But why do they promote something that could cost them money?
The promote the bet, because punters don’t make a ...