Weekly Update

Reviews Roundup : Just one of four passed the test…

Weekly Update

Weekly Update

Hi Everyone,

There was no roundup last week due to the Cheltenham Festival, so it has been a fortnight since I last updated you with the progress of the Geegeez System trials and in that time we had four trials reach the end of their 60-day evaluation period and unfortunately only one of them passed the test!

I am, however, happy to report that we have given our seal of approval to Premier Greyhound Tips!

Barry Gill has been reviewing PGT for us since mid-January and when I asked him for his thoughts on the service the other day, he said "...If you are looking for something different to the horses this could be just the thing, based on the results achieved..."

So, let's look at those results...

The trial actually ran for 60 days, but the last runner was ante-post advised mid-trial to run on day 61 and they hit 52 winners from 182 selections for a strike rate of 28.57% with the 54.5pts profit generated from those winners producing an ROI of 11.2%.

11.2% might not seem high, but it's actually very good for a greyhound service and PGT could well be an excellent addition to your betting portfolio, especially as Betting Gods will give you the first month for just £4.95 via this link.

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If you'd rather read Barry's full review first (and why wouldn't you?), then that report is right here.

The other three whose reviews ended recently, but didn't get our vote of confidence were, in descending order, John Sills from Betadvisor despite an overall profit of almost £50. He failed the test, because he spent most of the review in the red and had a good week at the end which skewed the figures, plus the service is quite expensive (click his name for details).

Next in line for the chop is a fellow BetAdvisor who also made a small profit, but £11.97 from James Tucker was never going to be enough to get the thumbs up, whilst the third and final BetAdvisor also failed to impress. Alec Pearce lost over £105 under review, so turning that one down was a no-brainer really!

And here's how those services fit into the bigger picture...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Weekly P/L Full Review
Quentin Franks Racing (£8/pt) £221.60 (at day 44) 44 £180.00 Click Here
Premier Greyhound Tips £217.84 (at day 60) 60 £15.52 Click Here
Betting Opportunity £163.75 (at day 37) 37 £216.25 Click Here
John Sills (BetAdvisor) £49.30 (at day 60) 60 £157.85 Click Here
Tams Racing Tips £36.64 (at day 9) 9 £36.64 Click Here
Stallion Picks Racing £29.12 (at day 9) 9 £29.12 Click Here
Tevin Rynard Racing £27.04 (at day 2) 2 £27.04 Click Here
James Tucker (BetAdvisor) £11.97 (at day 60) 60 -£14.40 Click Here
The Value Thief £9.00 (at day 2) 2 £9.00 Click Here
Soccer Scorcher -£15.60 (at day 3) 3 -£15.60 Click Here
Alec Pearce (BetAdvisor) -£105.40 (at day 60) 60 £0.00 Click Here
Nap Investor -£164.67 (at day 36) 36 £66.98 Click Here
Stars And Stripes -£220.53 (at day 43) 43 -£113.89 Click Here
Rhino Roberts (£5/point) -£236.90 (at day 29) 29 -£61.40 Click Here

Click the name of any service for more info...

As you can see, the performance of PGT sits very well amongst our top earners and is only overshadowed by Betting Gods stablemate Quentin Franks Racing, who has had a brilliant past fortnight, adding £180 to the bottom line to propel themselves to the top of our tree!

We've recently added four new racing reviews to take the place of the departing services and they've all made a promising start so far, so be sure to check our trials section to keep up with their progress.

Until next time, all the best,

Chris & the review team.



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