Weekly Update

Picking up where they left off…

Last week, I was singing the praises of Classic Racing Gold as they had made almost £460 in just 37 betting days. Well a quick look at the...

Geegeez System Trials Roundup for 27/01/2016...

...shows they've been at it again and once again, they're out highest earners of the week with another £142.64 in the Classic Racing Gold kitty. This service seems to be going from strength to strength and their knack for finding winners over the Irish Sea is proving very profitable as documented in Iain's review.

Honourable mentions this week also go to Nicky Doyle, the Bet Alchemist, who has completed the long haul out of a big hole to finally sit in a state of profitability. I know how Nicky works and his methods are sound and usually profitable, but our trial seems to have coincided with his worst run of form for years, but his £122.50 profit from last weekend takes his recent run to £325 profit in the last 14 betting days from bets of just £10. Our full review lists every selection for you.

Last but not least, I'd also like to point you in the way of a service we've just started reviewing, Cudworths Racing Lays. Laying is fraught with danger and certainly not for the faint hearted, but I've kept an eye on this one for a few months and I was impressed with their success. Our review has been running for a week now and this one is already showing a gain of £50.20 from £10 lay bets.

Of course, it's never all roses in the Geegeez review garden and if there's a top three, there surely has to be a bottom three and here they are...

We kick off with recent addition QF Value Tips who are currently £30.00 in the red, but in their defence, the review of this one has only been active for two days and it's a similar story for a couple of other new recruits, who also seem to be suffering from the curse of live trialling!

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Our review of GU Racing has only been up and running for 8 days, but they lost £81.11 this week and it's not for the lack of winners. They've had 7 winners from 29 (24.14% SR) so far, so the prices must be too low. They advise at 9pm for the following day's action for bets to be placed at Betfair SP and I did suggest (see here for proof!) that a BOG approach might work better for them.

And this week's wooden spoon goes to the Horse Racing Guru, who had a difficult week after a promising start, losing £103.30 in the process. They, too, have a decent enough strike (our review shows a 37.5% SR), so once again, it's a price issue. It does, however, serve us a reminder that profit is far more important than finding winners!

Here's how all the above affects our "league table"...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Weekly P/L Full Review
Classic Racing Gold £601.90 (at day 41) 41 £142.64 Click Here
Cudworths Racing Lays £50.20 (at day 7) 7 £50.20 Click Here
Bet Alchemist £1.63 (at day 50) 50 £122.50 Click Here
QF Value Tips -£30.00 (at day 2) 2 -£30.00 Click Here
Head 2 Head Sports -£32.86 (at day 21) 21 £19.62 Click Here
Football Fever -£37.17 (at day 58) 58 -£4.55 Click Here
GU Racing -£55.70 (at day 8) 8 -£81.11 Click Here
Horse Racing Guru -£71.15 (at day 15) 15 -£103.30 Click Here
Pav Sports -£71.93 (at day 50) 50 -£15.60 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.

As you can see, Classic Racing Gold stand head and shoulders above the rest, but with many of the reviews still in the early stages, it would be pruident to see how they develop, before we write them off.

I'll be adding more content to the review area over the coming weeks, so keep checking back and I'll have another roundup for you next week In the meantime, if you've any queries, just ask!


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