Weekly Update

Another tricky week for the tipsters…

...ended with a net loss on the portfolio of £161.48, had you backed every selection from our six triallists, as I'll now explain in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 23/05/2017.

That said, it wasn't all doom and gloom, as two of our services did actually make a profit on the week, starting with Carl Nicholson and his Stable Whispers service which made a modest £20.00 after finding two winners from eight in the closing six days of their trial. It wasn't enough, unfortunately, to see the service become profitable overall, as you'll see shortly.

Our other money-maker this week, somewhat unsurprisingly is Gaz Poole and his Bookies Enemy #1 service, who made another £82.21 over the past seven days (full details here) and the only slight surprise was that the weekly ROI from that profit was "only" 34.25% : a figure most tipsters would love to hit! Our full overview (further down this page) will show that this profit further strengthens their position at the top of our pile.

Not such good news for out other four triallists, though, as Racing Pro lost £20.00, Robert Frasers Racing Tips lost £60.15 and Big Race Bookie Busters lost £61.04, whilst this week's wooden spoon was "awarded" to the Racing Diary with a 7-day deficit of £120.00.

I should however point out that this £120.00 loss didn't stop the Racing Diary from ending their 60-day trial with us well in profit and it's a product I'd be happy to recommend to you. More on that very shortly, but first....

...our overall "leaderboard"...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Weekly P/L Full Review ROI
Bookies Enemy #1 £1,372.47 (at day 59) 59 £82.21 Click Here 58.06%
Racing Diary £570.89 (at day 60) 60 -£120.00 Click Here 41.77%
Big Race Bookie Busters £182.10 (at day 48) 48 -£61.04 Click Here 18.19%
Racing Pro £31.91 (at day 49) 49 -£22.50 Click Here 2.33%
Robert Frasers Racing Tips -£40.85 (at day 16) 16 -£60.15 Click Here -17.06%
Stable Whispers -£168.62 (at day 60) 60 £20.00 Click Here -17.56%

As usual, clicking the name of a service takes you straight to their home page, whilst there are links to every review above.

That's all pretty self-explanatory, of course and Bookies Enemy #1 goes from strength to strength and I'll be talking more about that one next week, but before I sign off for today, I want to quick point you in the direction of Carl Nicholson's Racing Diary , which as you can see made £570.89 under review at an excellent ROI of 41.77% (full details here).

Your first 30 days for just £1

This is a daily email advisory service offering bets on UK horse racing 7 days a week, promoted by the reputable Betting Insiders outlet, sending out selections via email each morning by 9am, well in time to get the bets on.

The selections are straightforward no fuss 1pt win bets from an advised betting bank of 50pts and during our review Carl's Racing Diary advised 138 bets and 23 of the 138 have won, producing profits of almost 57.1pts at an ROI of almost 41.8% from a strike rate of 16.67%.

A subscription to the Racing Diary is currently very competitively priced at £24.99 per month and all payments are handled via Paypal giving added peace of mind. An annual membership, however, offers far more value at just £199 for the year. Clicking the Racing Diary name is the easiest way to subscribe or get more information, or you could ask me!

If you need a final look at the review before committing, then click here!

And that's it from me for another Wednesday.

BI

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2 replies
  1. neilmck says:

    Chris, in future reviews would you consider including some information about how available the advertised prices are? From the various tipsters I’ve followed over the years, I’ve found that some base their results on the best odds available with one bookmaker at the time they send the email or update their website. That price might only be available for a minute or two before it gets slashed, or it might be with someone like Betbright who seem to have a strict liability limit on overnight bets or the likes of Betfair Sportsbook who are notorious for restricting stakes very quickly. Others will use the general price – something that’s available with say three or four different bookies. I know of a couple of services who are happy to correct the price to whatever was available to most of their subscribers if the price plunges after the tip has been sent.

    This is the kind of information we as punters can’t easily find out without first subscribing.to a service. Finding proofed results isn’t too difficult for any reputable tipster, but actually working out if those results are achievable for us punters is a different thing.

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    • Chris Worrall says:

      I think we’ve had this conversation before, but I’m happy to reconfirm…

      …we only quote odds in our reviews once we’ve checked they’re actually available. I do often mention this in the previews to each review.

      Chris

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