Weekly Update

Martin sent us some Great Bets this week…

I'm referring to Martin Wilkins and his GreatBets service, which is the standout performer in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 13/12/2016, finishing head and shoulders above the rest this week.

Martin sent 21 selections out over the past week, a very manageable amount to deal with and with 13 winners producing a strike rate of 61.9% and profits of £302.50 at an ROI of some 126%, you'd have to admit that they really were GreatBets if you'll excuse my terrible puns!

The vast majority (18 of 21 this week) of the selections from GreatBets  are simple 1pt level stakes bets, so there's no fancy convoluted staking system at play here and gaining access to the selections couldn't be easier...

...GreatBets offer a free 7 day trial to subscribers via this link, which will allow you to see what it's all about and the kind of tips that are provided and it's worth pointing out that the trial doesn't involve giving details to PayPal, you only need to enter your name and email to gain immediate access. After completion of the 7 day trial, a subscription to GreatBets is priced as follows...

And all payments are handled by Paypal for added security. If you'd prefer to see exactly how GreatBets have made their profits so far, our review is right here.

GreatBets weren't the only service of note this week, as Master Racing Tipster proved that it can be unwise to make a snap judgement about a service. As of last Thursday evening, this proven service was actually 0/13 for -£140.00 in our review, but 5 winners from 6 for £163.33 profit over the last 5 days has changed the complexion somewhat!

Master Racing Tipster now stands at 5/19 (26.32% SR) for £23.33 profit and we've listed every bet for you right here. And a subscription to MRT is currently priced at £59.95 per month or £154.95 per quarter ( a saving of almost £25 over the quarter) or a substantially discounted life membership is available for £559.95 (ie less than 10 months' subs).

All payments are, unfortunately subject to VAT, but the MRT subscriptions are handled by Clickbank, who offer a no quibble 60-day money back guarantee.

You can, however try the service for one month for just £1.00 plus VAT via this link.

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A further three services made a combined profit of £104.90 this week, whilst there were 4 losses recorded, ranging from £35 to £71 for a combined deficit of £210.85, meaning that anyone who had backed every selection we received would have made just shy of £330 on the week.

And here's how all that affects our "league table"...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Weekly P/L Full Review
Quentin Franks Racing  £1,146.76 (at day 59) 59 -£49.00 Click Here
Evening Value Service £1,078.63 (at day 54) 54 -£55.50 Click Here
GreatBets £560.59 (at day 49) 49 £302.50 Click Here
Max Racing Partnership £187.25 (at day 8) 8 £45.50 Click Here
The Football Formula £34.63 (at day 46) 46 -£35.00 Click Here
Sports World £34.31 (at day 31) 31 £36.07 Click Here
Master Racing Tipster £23.33 (at day 12) 12 £133.33 Click Here
National Hunt Supremo -£7.67 (at day 10) 10 £23.33 Click Here
Sports Betting Pays -£270.08 (at day 47) 47 -£71.35 Click Here

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

Positionally, there's very little change in that table, other than Master Racing Tipster switching places with National Hunt Supremo, but several of the services have improved their overall profitability, whilst we still have two services with over £1000 profit during their reviews.

That £1000 barrier is probably too much of an ask for Martin Wilkins and his GreatBets service, but if he continues to perform, as he has has done of late, the last 11 days of that review will be very interesting to watch! Or rather than watch, you can get a free 7 day trial via this link.

Thanks for reading, I'll be back with the last pre-Christmas roundup next week!

Chris

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4 replies
  1. cooper says:

    I recently signed up for this service and it seems to be struggling badly with 19 straight losses. Given the odds on most selections (bar the last 6) are pretty short, this would be at the outer level of a potential peak to trough drawdown over a series of bets exceeding 500 since the service began in March). I also note that after a losing run, the recommended stakes double (the most recent 6 which all lost were at 20 points or 2pts in old money rather than the more usual one which maybe a sign that he is chasing his losses? Whilst i am happy not to make any decision based on short term results, there appears to be a larger series of losing runs and bank volatility over the past 3 months compared to when the service started (i assume the data is all live and not mixture of actual recommendations and backtested results). At £99 a month, my expectations of the service is HIGH!! especially when compared to recent SOTD results (congrats) which have helped minimise my losses to a degree.

    Any thoughts would be welcome as there is no post race analysis on the site.

    • Chris Worrall says:

      Hi Richard,

      I must say that it has been spectacularly unlucky timing of the promo and the free trial.
      I’ve not spoken to Martin this week (but I will), but I’d imagine he’s as disappointed in recent results as you are.

      I don’t make excuses for anyone, but he isn’t alone in struggling: take a look at my weekly roundup pieces, they tell a similar story and whilst I’m absolutely flying with SotD, my Stat Picks service isn’t doing the business just yet.

      I’m confident that Stat Picks will pick back up again (SotD will probably take a dip soon) and I’d guess that Martin feels the same about GreatBets. Past performance suggests this will be the case, but I’ll forward your message to him to gauge a response.

      Chris

      • cooper says:

        Thanks Chris. Can i ask you a quick question regards stat picks (i signed up earlier in the week). I have always tended to back win only (unless advised) as over the long term, i make a higher ROI. But, is there a case for backing your selections each way rather than win only during certain periods i.e the going is variable due to the cold weather or the changeover between racing codes (early/late season?) which may lead to variable results?

        • Chris Worrall says:

          I don’t keep track of E/W performance to be honest, as I rarely (but occasionally) bet that way.
          The only way to know for sure is to go through the results file on the website.

          I’m 95%+ certain it won’t be as profitable.

          Chris

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