Weekly Update

Quick from the stalls…

...was new triallist Flat Racing Master this week, with a starring role in the...

...Geegeez System Trials Roundup for 09/03/2016.

Eight winners from nineteen selections (42.1% SR) and £234.80 profit at £4 per point over the last 7 days made them by far our highest earner of the week and as you'll see shortly, they've entered our league table in a lofty position! Flat Racing Master's profits this week represent an ROI of almost 113%, the full details of which can be found in David Sutton's review.

Next best this week was the Daily Best Bets from Value Football Betting, a site that offers far more than the odd football bet. They have a massive stats database (which obviously appeals to me), but the only way to quantify a review is to look at some selections, so here we are! That said, 9 winners from 17 bets , all unusually for football trips at odds of evens or above, made a weekly profit of £86.50 (+50.9% ROI) this week and I've logged all the selections right here for you.

And our weekly top three is completed with a £48.15 profit from Nicky Doyle, aka the Bet Alchemist, profits which ensured he finished his 60-day trial period on the right side of the red line. In fairness, this hasn't performed as well as both Nicky and myself had expected/hoped, but after an early season rough patch, this one has actually made over £430 in the last 22 betting days at £10 per selection. This is due to hitting 19 winners from 50 (38% SR), as documented in Iain MacMillan's review.

Those three services helped towards a profit of £451.18 over the week from six money-making trials, but had you backed every selection from all our current crop, those returns are reduced to £281.23, as five of them lost almost £170 between them, the three worst of whihc were...

...Carl Nicholson's Racing Diary, which in fairness only had three selections. They all lost unfortunately, on the way to a £30.00 deficit, but I should remind you that Carl plays the value angle, so we are to expect a few setbacks. That said, my review shows a 12/1 near miss from last week from a horse that really should have won!

The middle of our weekly bottom three is occupied by QF Value Tips, after a loss of £37.50over the week. Like the one above, it's not a massive amount of money and it should easily be able to be recouped. Three of their six losing runners made the frame, so the selections weren't too far adrift and for more details of those selections, check out Barry Gill's review.

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And finally, before we see the overall "league table", our weekly wooden spoon goes to The Tips Service with a weekly loss of £82.66. Mind you, they were going great guns, until hitting a 0/14 sequence over the last three days, so hopefully this is just a temporary setback. Iain has logged all the bets/results for you and here is his review.

So, how does all the above affect the overall standings?

System Profit Service Days Trial days Weekly P/L Full Review
The Tips Service £251.86 (at day 23) 23 -£82.66 Click Here
Flat Racing Master £234.80 (at day 7) 7 £234.80 Click Here
Racing Diary £155.00 (at day 25) 25 -£30.00 Click Here
Cudworths Racing Lays £77.00 (at day 39) 39 £47.00 Click Here
Bet Alchemist £69.28 (at day 60) 60 £48.15 Click Here
The Professor's Formula £59.76 (at day 12) 12 -£9.79 Click Here
Value Football Betting £42.20 (at day 25) 25 £86.50 Click Here
Tibors Footy Tips £22.58 (at day 24) 24 £29.70 Click Here
Head 2 Head Sports -£45.87 (at day 42) 42 -£10.00 Click Here
QF Value Tips -£58.75 (at day 35) 35 -£37.50 Click Here
GU Racing -£254.91 (at day 43) 43 £5.03 Click Here
Horse Racing Guru -£264.11 (at day 47) 47 £0.00 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.

As you can see, getting this week's wooden spoon hasn't prevented The Tips Service  from taking their place at the head of the table, but they'll have to quickly reverse the last few day's form, if they're to hold off the newcomer, Flat Racing Master.

Both look really capable of turning in some decent results, so I suggest keeping an eye on the pair, whilst I'll be really interesting in reading Carl Nicholson's Racing Diary in the buildup to Cheltenham next week. Carl has an excellent track record at the Festival, so hopefully that will be reflected in the review.

Finally, there was a premature end to the two services at the foot of our table. Both GU Racing and Horse Racing Guru come from the reputable Betting Gods outlet and after some poor results, the vendors have withdrawn both from the market.

Betting Gods have been very fair to subscribers of both services by giving them refunds or memberships to other services and I spoke to them the other day and Geegeez readers can now take a 30-day free trial of any of their offerings. To take advantage of this, simply visit their homepage by clicking the highlighted Betting Gods name anywhere on this page (or all over Geegeez!). It really is that simple!

So, until next time...

Chris & the team.

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