Weekly Systems Trial Update

It has been a while…

...since we last looked at the triallists, due to Christmas/New Year etc so let's quickly get on with the...

Geegeez System Trials Roundup for 06/01/2016...

A slightly different format this week, as we've seen a couple come to the end of the trial road and we're going to focus on those, whilst our "league table" will quickly tell you who's in form and who isn't!

Here is that "league table"...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Weekly P/L Full Review
Match Day Profits £1,186.73 (at day 56) 56 £210.50 Click Here
High Rollers Betting £784.26 (at day 60) 60 -£60.50 Click Here
Football Advisor £433.86 (at day 60) 60 -£72.52 Click Here
Classic Racing Gold £227.53 (at day 31) 31 -£97.31 Click Here
Each Way King £54.55 (at day 58) 58 -£6.00 Click Here
Lucrative Portfolio (LAY) £30.44 (at day 59) 59 £15.41 Click Here
Football Fever £23.61 (at day 44) 44 £1.98 Click Here
Pav Sports -£17.93 (at day 33) 33 -£22.87 Click Here
Max Racing Tips -£30.99 (at day 58) 58 -£32.13 Click Here
Head 2 Head Sports -£38.10 (at day 14) 14 £15.25 Click Here
Bet Alchemist -£131.49 (at day 44) 44 £192.00 Click Here

As always, clicking the name of a service takes you to their homepage,
where you'll find plenty of information on the product and also the opportunity to sign up, if you wanted to.

The standout performances from that are the continued success of Match Day Profits and the expected return to form for the Bet Alchemist who is now within striking distance of at least breaking even. I'll certainly be talking more about both of these in the coming weeks, but let's turn our attention to a couple of recently ended trials, both of which made good profits in their 60-day time slot.

First up is the excellent High Rollers Betting from the Betting Gods stable. This is a straightforward backing system with an average bet size of 2.5pts (so we staked £4 per point). Over 60 days, we had 90 winners from 329 advised bets for a strike rate of 27.35% and our returned profits of £784.26 (+196.07pts) gave us / HRB an ROI of 23.7%, making it one we definitely recommend.

A full breakdown of High Rollers Betting can be seen in Barry Gill's detailed review (click here to read it) and offline monitoring of the service in the fortnight since the trial ended has seen more profits added to the HRB bottom line. A subscription to HRB is currently priced at a reasonable £29.95 per month, but there are substantial discounts for those signing up for longer periods. A quarterly subscription is offered at £69.95, saving you approx. 22% over the quarter, whilst the best value comes from the lifetime subscription at a one-off £149.95 ( just 5 x monthly fee!).

Geegeez readers can take 14 days for free via this link and it's worth noting that as all payments are handled via Clickbank, a full 60-day, no-quibble, money-back guarantee is offered. (Personally, I'd take the 14 days for free and then the lifetime option, safe in the knowledge I can cancel and get my money back if it wasn't right for me!) However, I'm going to ask the Betting Gods guys if they can offer our readers a better deal! I will, of course, let you know the outcome of my request!

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The other service I want to mention is the slightly less spectacular, but very profitable Football Advisor service which is unusual in its approach to football betting in so much that it isn't heavily reliant on really short priced that need an 80%+ strike rate to break even, as is often the case.

In fact  Football Advisor only hit 38.8% of its 348 selections correctly over the 60-day period, but those 135 winners were priced high enough to generate a profit of £433.86 from stakes of £7.00 per point, as the average bet size was around the 1.4pts mark. Phil Bannister was happy to recommend this service and his review (click here) logs every single bet advised by the Football Advisor service.

The UK football season might well be at the midway point, but the service runs all year round and the selections are available via a dedicated members' area on the Football Advisor website and clicking this link will give you a 7-day free trial followed by three membership options...

  1. £155.00 every 28 days
  2. £310.00 every three months or...
  3. £550.00 for a 6 month membership

This is a service that has delivered consistent profits and if you've got the money to hand, I'd suggest a 6 month membership for best value.

"Normal" update service to resume next week and with the above two trials ending and another four set to end, we'll be adding plenty of new content over the coming weeks, so keep checking in!

Chris

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