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Off to a flyer, as other falter…

...pretty much sums up the state of the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 05/12/2017. The latest service to come on board for trial, Cleeve Racing has got off to a flyer, but the overall picture (which you'll see further down the page) doesn't look very good at all.

Over the last fortnight, our 8 active reviews showed a combined loss of £115.67 with three making money and five losing out.

And the winners were?

Well, top of the pile is the afore-mentioned Cleeve Racing, who had three winners from six selections for a profit of some £211.50 at an ROI of over 160%, which is a cracking start to their review. This one focuses purely on Class 1 & 2 racing, so won't have as many selections as some services but we prefer quality to quantity!

Tom's Racing Picks managed to claw back some £70 of the previous fortnight's losses, but at the halfway point of this trial, they've still got plenty to do just to get back to parity.

And the only other service to make money was another recent addition, the Horse Racing Network service, who had an up and down sort of first fortnight, starting off like a house on fire, landing three winners from their first six picks, but a quick glance at their review shows just 2 winners from 35 since has levelled things out and the final tally for this one is a £20 profit over the fortnight.

And the losers?

Well, there were a handful with the worst offenders being First Class Fancies (WP) who lost another £40.00 on top of previous losses (full details here), whilst Top Rated Runners also sank further into the red with additional losses of £58.50 and our review shows how this unfolded.

The fortnightly wooden spoon, however, goes to FA Racing, who followed up an excellent 1st quarter (+£167.75) with a horror show over the last fortnight, losing some £278.75 and they now approach "half-time" of their trial with a deficit of over £110...

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...as can be seen in the updated "league table"...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review
Cleeve Racing £211.50 (at day 2) 2 £211.50 Click Here
Horse Racing Network £20.00 (at day 11) 11 £20.00 Click Here
Flat Flyers (WP) -£35.70 (at day 26) 26 -£30.00 Click Here
FA Racing -£111.00 (at day 27) 27 -£278.75 Click Here
Top Rated Runners -£111.15 (at day 30) 30 -£58.50 Click Here
First Class Fancies (WP) -£162.01 (at day 22) 22 -£40.00 Click Here
Tom's Racing Picks -£230.34 (at day 31) 31 £70.08 Click here
Platinum Winners -£331.24 (at day 60) 60 -£10.00 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.

Now, as I mentioned at the top of the page, that table doesn't look pretty at all, unless you're a fan of the colour red! There's really not much for me to say about that above, that you can't work out for yourself, but if you've any queries about any service, just ask!

One that I would like to mention is a service we reviewed a while ago : the GreatBets service. We actually reviewed GreatBets this time last year (that review is right here) and in 60 betting days, the trial showed a profit of over £710.00 and our reviewer, David Sutton, gave it a glowing recommendation!

Well, the GreatBets service has continued to deliver over the course of 2017, and the results for the not yet completed final quarter of the year are looking very good indeed. Since 1st October, GreatBets have advised 217 bets for total stakes of 279.5pts at £10/point. 72 winners (33.18% SR) have yielded profits of 86.81pts at an ROI of just over 31%, so it's safe to say, they're still doing very well.

You can sign up or find more details about this one right here or to view David's original review, click here. Martin Wilkins, who runs the GreatBets service is very amenable and quick to answer queries, so if you were thinking of treating yourself to a Christmas service subscription, you could do worse than GreatBets.

So, until next time, thanks for reading and you know where I am, if you need me!

Chris

Another Two Pass The Test…

...according to our reviewers whose live trials have just ended and now feature in the  Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 21/11/2017.

First up is Back & Win (Fire & Forget), which might admittedly not be everyone's cup of tea, as it uses a progressive staking system to back favourites with a view to making 1pt a day. To simplify it for you, a 0.5pts on a 2/1 shot could be bet 1 and if it wins you're done for the day. If it loses, you need to make 1.5pts from bet 2 (the 1pt target and the 0.5pts you just lost) and if this bet is also at 2/1, your stake is therefore 0.75pts and so on.

During the 60 days of our review (which is right here), there were thankfully no losing days and 60pts were banked. The only potential clouds on the horizon for me were (i) the size of bet that might be required if three or four losers happened on a day before the winner came and then ultimately (ii) how much a losing day would cost!

Thankfully, we had no losing days and there have only been 7 losing days since August 2015, so any losses would eventually be recouped. If you think this might be for you, click here to sign up! A subscription to Back & Win (Fire & Forget) is priced at £49.00 per month, but is currently offered at half price for the first month. All payments are handled by Clickbank, offering you a 60-day no quibble money back guarantee period.

Our other successful triallist was Back Lucrative, a part of Michael Carr's Win Portfolio (more details on that here). Backed by four full years of solid checkable results, we expected good things from Back Lucrative, so I suppose it's a measure of its previous success that I felt it underperformed slightly with a strike rate of 12.8% producing an ROI of 8.69%.

Our reviewer however had no prior knowledge of the service and was therefore able to review it blind without any pre-conceived expectations and he was happy to approve it. You can read the full review right here, but he does summarise by saying..."...There were no significant losing runs and some high winning odds was achieved. What I found interesting was due to the results over the review period it one didn't lose faith in the performances of the selections...I believe this is a service worth adding to one's portfolio and award it 5/5"

A subscription to Back Lucrative as part of the Win Portfolio is currently priced at £49.00 per month or £299 for a whole year, offering annual subscribers almost 50% discount over monthly fees and for those who like to try before they buy...Annual members get the first two weeks for £2.99 via this link, whilst monthly members can take 2 weeks for £4.99 via this link.

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And here's how these two services fare against the rest...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Back & Win (Fire & Forget) £600.00 (at day 60) 60 £20.00 Click Here N/A
Back Lucrative (WP) £183.33 (at day 60) 60 £207.50 Click Here 8.69%
FA Racing £167.75 (at day 15) 15 £167.75 Click Here 19.97%
Flat Flyers (WP) -£5.70 (at day 21) 21 -£20.00 Click Here -1.39%
Top Rated Runners -£52.65 (at day 19) 19 -£89.40 Click Here -14.75%
First Class Fancies (WP) -£122.01 (at day 18) 18 £41.30 Click Here -15.85%
Tom's Racing Picks -£300.42 (at day 18) 18 -£294.00 Click here -42.61%
Platinum Winners -£321.24 (at day 59) 59 £104.77 Click Here -26.77%
Target Tips -£570.03 (at day 51) 51 -£774.89 Click Here -16.19%

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

Now, it doesn't take much to work out that apart from the two successfully completed trials that the past fortnight has been difficult for tipsters, a feeling I know to my own personal cost, of course! That said, FA Racing have got themselves off to a good start rattling up a 22% strike rate for a yield of almost 20%, so I'll be keeping an eye on that one. If you'd like to follow it too, the review is right here.

And that's pretty much it for another Wednesday morning!

Thanks for reading,
Chris

Two Good, too Bad…

...is the verdict on four trials that have just ended and now feature in the  Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 07/11/2017.

Two of them made a massive £3474.89 between them, whilst the other pair shed an fairly eye-watering £1224 between them! To break those numbers down further...

Here are the winners...

Top of the pile isn't a surprise to regular readers of this column as Max's Sports Spread Betting added yet another £907.60 profit to their bottom line during the last 11 days of their trial, which was by far the best result since my last roundup and also propelled their total profit under review to just shy of £2500 in 60 days from a strike rate of over 52%!

Spread betting isn't for everyone, granted, but at a modest £2 per point nominal stake, the final profit amounts to some 1247.55pts, which is quite phenomenal. David Sutton's review of this one is right here for you to check how the money was made. This review only ended on Monday, so a full overview hasn't been completed yet, but it's one I highly recommend!

Monthly subscriptions are charged at £25 a month, but if during any monthly period of your subscription, the selections do not make at least 25 points profit, there will be a FULL refund issued. This will, of course, continue until 25 points profit have been made in a monthly period.

Payments are handled via Clickbank, so there's added security there and if you'd like to sign up to the Sports Spread Betting email service Click here to proceed.

Under normal circumstances, the final review profit of £979.79 at an ROI in excess of 30% would have easily made Pinnacle Racing Tips our headline act, but it's rare that we have two outstanding services come to a conclusion around the same time! That doesn't mean, however, that this should be regarded as 2nd best, as that would be like comparing apples and onions.

Pinnacle Racing Tips is also slightly different to your average racing "tipping" service, as it specialises in multiple bets ie Doubles, Trebles, Trixies etc as opposed to the usual straight win singles offered by most of its rivals. When I first heard of this, I expected high returns from the winning bets, but thought those wins would be few and far between.

As it happens, James Cross' review shows a strike rate in excess of 39% and he concludes his final summary by adding "...I would recommend this as a good addition to any portfolio and would score it 4/5..." Having had my interest raised from day 1 by seeing something a little different, I've kept a close eye on this one and I agree with James : it's a service I'm also happy to recommend.

And as an added bonus, Geegeez readers can take the first month of Pinnacle Racing Tips for just £1.00 via this link. 

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I'll have more information for you about these two over the coming days, but I should also alert you to...

...two that failed the test!

The aim of a laying service is to find horses that won't win. So to hit 37 race winners from just 89 selections isn't going to play out well and that was certainly the case for Sequence Lays, who contrived to lose over £516 during the course of their 60-day trial. David's review lists all the selections and results for you if you wanted to check them out, but it's probably left well alone.

And with an even bigger final deficit comes the much discussed/maligned Rod's Runners, whose final result showed a loss of £707.96 and there's very little I can add in the way of positivity about this one. It has the classic hallmark of loss-chasing and by the end of our trial (details here), it did look like he was just sticking 20 longshots up in the hope that if he threw enough sh*t at the wall, some would stick.

The crazy thing about Rod's Runners is that those losses aren't as huge as they look, when they only represent 7.1% of all stakes, so had he been more selective with the number of selections, he could well have made a profit.

And now, the full overview of the current state of play...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Sports Spread Betting £2,495.10 (at day 60) 60 £907.60 Click Here N/A
Pinnacle Racing Tips £979.79 (at day 60) 60 -£349.58 Click Here 30.41%
Back & Win (Fire & Forget) £580.00 (at day 58) 58 £130.00 Click Here N/A
Target Tips £204.86 (at day 51) 51 £69.64 Click Here 7.82%
Top Rated Runners £36.75 (at day 7) 7 £36.75 Click Here 27.84%
Flat Flyers (WP) £14.30 (at day 21) 21 -£17.75 Click Here 3.67%
Tom's Racing Picks -£6.42 (at day 6) 6 -£6.42 Click here -3.01%
Back Lucrative (WP) -£24.17 (at day 51) 51 -£135.00 Click Here -1.46%
First Class Fancies (WP) -£163.31 (at day 16) 16 -£36.03 Click Here -21.77%
Platinum Winners -£426.01 (at day 49) 49 -£18.81 Click Here -42.60%
Sequence Lays -£516.04 (at day 60) 60 £104.10 Click Here N/A
Rod's Runners -£707.96 (at day 60) 60 £67.00 Click Here -7.10%

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

Now, I'm not going to repeat what I said earlier about our top two, nor our bottom two for that matter, as I'm sure you know my feelings about the four. I will, of course, expand upon my thoughts about the two big winners in due course, but that's for another day.

You know where I am if you've system/service related queries, so send me a quick email if you've a question. Failing that, i'm back in a fortnight with more!

Thanks for reading,
Chris

Reaching the Pinnacle…

...is exactly what the homonymously named Pinnacle Racing Tips did over the last fortnight according to the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 24/10/2017.

They were the clear stand-out top performer over the last fortnight (more on this shortly), which saw our 10 active reviews lose a combined £86.63 and as usual there were winners (4 of them) and losers (6 of them), so let's start with the winners!

1. Top of the shop were the afore-mentioned Pinnacle Racing Tips with fortnightly profit of some £627.91, taking the overall profit for this service's review (read that here) beyond the £1300 mark in 52 days of action and all acheived at an ROI not far shy of 50%.

2. Next up was the £253.63 achieved by Target Tips, who in all fairness didn't have a great first half of their review, but more than cleared their losses in the last fortnight and at the two-thirds marker of their trial now have an ROI of almost 6.7%. That doesn't sound amazing, but recent progress has been excellent.

3. Third on the money list this fortnight comes the ultra-consistent 1pt a day machine Back & Win (Fire & Forget), who went 11/11 again and their review now shows 45pts profit in 45 days. The interesting bit will be if they have a losing day and how much that costs.

4. And our final moneymaker, last but not least etc, was Flat Flyers. Now they may well have only made £54.16 over the fortnight (documented here), but that was (a) just 3 days action and (b) enough to take them out of the red, so a decent fortnight for this occasional service.

And this fortnight's losers?

1. The worst result came from Sequence Lays, whose 23 selections actually found 10 race winners, so it will come of little surprise to read that they lost another £298.83 this time around : click here to see how that unfolded.

2. What might, however, be a surprise is that the high-flying Sports Spread Betting was our second worst performer over the fortnight, handing back some £220.80 to the traders, but in the interests of fairness, I should point out that this review still shows a very healthy profit of almost 800pts in 49 days of action.

3. Next on the roll of dishonour comes the much maligned Rod's Runners, whose losses of £216.50 over the last two weeks takes their cumulative deficit to almost £775.00 (see here), but whilst that looks absolutely terrible (and it is a lot of money), it actually amounts to just over 8% of stakes and we've seen far worse before. That said, this one does continue to aim at quantity over quality and that we can't condone/excuse.

4. It was also a tricky time for First Class Fancies, who followed up last fortnight's near £145 loss with another £191.20 and our review shows the latest setback came from just 3 days of action : so this one is clearly struggling.

5. Stablemate Back Lucrative was also in the red this time around, shipping £125.00 in the process, ensuring that it was a pretty glum fortnight for followers of this particular portfolio. A detailed breakdown of the selections is right here.

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6. And our final note is about Platinum Winners, who unlike our headline act, aren't doing what it says on the tin. They're not really finding winners and with the latest £80.00 loss taking them past the £400 deficit at almost half of all stakes invested, this review seems full of fools gold rather than platinum!

So how does all this affect the overall standings?

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Sports Spread Betting £1,587.50 (at day 49) 49 -£220.80 Click Here N/A
Pinnacle Racing Tips £1,329.37 (at day 52) 52 £627.91 Click Here 47.48%
Back & Win (Fire & Forget) £450.00 (at day 45) 45 £110.00 Click Here N/A
Target Tips £135.22 (at day 40) 40 £253.63 Click Here 6.69%
Back Lucrative (WP) £110.83 (at day 40) 40 -£125.00 Click Here 9.16%
Flat Flyers (WP) £32.05 (at day 17) 17 £54.16 Click Here 11.87%
First Class Fancies (WP) -£127.28 (at day 14) 14 -£191.20 Click Here -18.45%
Platinum Winners -£407.20 (at day 40) 40 -£80.00 Click Here -49.66%
Sequence Lays -£620.14 (at day 48) 48 -£298.83 Click Here N/A
Rod's Runners -£774.96 (at day 57) 57 -£216.50 Click Here -8.31%

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

Now, it doesn't take a genius to work out that I'm highly impressed with both Sports Spread Betting and Pinnacle Racing Tips despite the former's recent setback. I think these are perfect for a portfolio as they are so very different in terms of how they approach selections and risk and no doubt I'll be talking more about these next time.

I'm still unsure about about Back & Win (Fire & Forget), even though they're now 45/45 for the trial. Apparently losing days are as rare as hen's teeth or a Bolton away win, but I'd be interested to see how damage a loss does to the figures, so I'm fence sitting here for now.

As for ones to swerve, that's also pretty clear. I'm not a fan of laying services personally, as I find it difficult to want a horse to lose for financial gain, but mainly because I find the risk/rewards ratios all wrong and as Sequence Lays is showing, it's far too easy to get it wrong and lose money.

And this now brings us to the two backing services in the bottom three.

Our review of the struggling Rod's Runners service has attracted lots of attention/criticism from our readers, but to reiterate what I've said before, we can be blinded by the financial loss as £775 is a hell of a lot of money to lose in 57 days of betting. But at losses of just over 8% of stakes, the amount of selections is the problem here. There's just too much going on and it doesn't inspire confidence and as a result we can't defend it.

What I would say finally about Rod's Runners is that it isn't (in my opinion) the worst service we're currently reviewing as that "honour" falls to Platinum Winners who have now lost almost half of all stakes invested and whilst some tweaks to the selection process at Rod's Runners might bring a change in fortune, I'm afraid that I see little hope for Platinum Winners.

Thanks for reading, I'm back with more in a fortnight,

Chris

Start spreading the news…

...that I'm becoming increasingly impressed by one of our triallists who seeks to break the usual tipster mould, as you'll now see in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 10/10/2017.

There aren't many successful spread betting services out there and we've never reviewed such a service to the best of my knowledge, but despite carrying more risk than the average tipster service Sports Spread Betting looks like it is going to smash all record for profits made in a Geegeez review. More on this shortly, but first an overview of the past fortnight.

If you had followed all 11 trails and placed every single bet at advised stakes/odds over the past fortnight, you'd now be some £507.68 better off, not a bad tax free "wage" for placing some bets and as always we had winners (6 of them) and losers (5 of them).

The winners ?

6 services made a combined profit of £1533.77, of which Sports Spread Betting's £916.50 represented almost 60% after another good fortnight with 11 successful trades from 18 (61.1% SR) and David has listed each trade right here. And I should add that these numbers are achieved at just £2 per point!

Next best was another good effort from Pinnacle Racing Tips who went 8 from 18 (44.4% SR) over the fortnight on their way to profits of £311.74, as documented here in James Cross's review.

And our weekly top 3 is completed by Back & Win (Fire & Forget), which is a service that backs favourites on a Stop-at-a-Winner (SAW) basis with the aim of making just 1pt (£10) profit per day and they were 12 from 12 over the fortnight for a perfect £120.00 return. Our reviewer, Phil, is logging the daily selections here for you.

So, who didn't fare so well?

Well, 5 services incurred a combined loss of £1026.09 and like the money-makers above, one service was responsible for over half of the amount!

57.6% to be precise as a huge £591.09 was conceded by the ailing Rod's Runners, who after a good start seem to have (a) lost their way and (b) changed their approach in what looks like a loss-chasing mission. They've now lost almost £1180 in the last 4 weeks and there's surely no way back, is there? Have a look at Barry's review and decide for yourself!

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Also not a great fortnight for Platinum Winners, who found those winners hard to come by, with just 4 from 22 (18.2% SR) bringing about a loss of £192.09 as listed here in Ernest's review.

Our weekly bottom three is completed by the infrequent First Class Fancies, who hit just one winner from 20 over the fortnight on their way to a loss of £144.68 and clicking here will show you which horses they picked!

And how does all of this affect the "league table"?

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Sports Spread Betting £1,808.30 (at day 36) 36 £916.50 Click Here N/A
Pinnacle Racing Tips £701.46 (at day 38) 38 £311.74 Click Here 32.63%
Back & Win (Fire & Forget) £340.00 (at day 34) 34 £120.00 Click Here N/A
Back Lucrative (WP) £235.83 (at day 18) 18 £80.00 Click Here 27.11%
First Class Fancies (WP) £63.92 (at day 11) 11 -£144.68 Click Here 13.60%
Omaha Racing £32.51 (at day 60) 60 -£92.50 Click Here 2.42%
Flat Flyers (WP) -£22.11 (at day 14) 14 £11.11 Click Here -8.80%
Target Tips -£118.41 (at day 30) 30 -£5.73 Click Here -7.13%
Sequence Lays -£321.31 (at day 33) 33 £94.42 Click Here N/A
Platinum Winners -£327.20 (at day 34) 34 -£192.09 Click Here -44.22%
Rod's Runners -£558.46 (at day 44) 44 -£591.09 Click Here -8.46%

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

Now, I don't think you need me to point out where I think you should and shouldn't be thinking of investing in a subscription, it's all down to your own aversion to risk.

Clearly the bottom two of that table above should be avoided right now, but any of our top four would be ones to consider...

As things stand, I'd be happy to recommend all of them and I think the four together would make an excellent portfolio, diverse in both risk and approach. If you've any queries on these services or any other we're covering/not covering, don't hesitate to ask either below or via email.

But, otherwise, that's me done until next time!

Thanks for taking the time to read this,
Chris

From one extreme to the other…

...is probably the best way of describing the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 26/09/2017!

You see, we have 11 active reviews and over the last fortnight, they made a small combined profit of almost £160, but that doesn't even scratch the surface of what went on!

Of those 11 trials, four of them made over £120 each for a total of £1167.37, whilst three of them of lost over £160 each, taking a total of £1099.11 from the bottom line.

So, who were the winners?

Well, top billing (financially) goes to Pinnacle Racing Tips, whose 40% strike rate (8 from 20) netted them £519.27 at an amazing ROI of 86.5% and James explains how they did it right here.

Next in line is our headline act from a fortnight ago, Max's Sports Spread Betting, who added another £375.00 to the bank by finding five successful trades from 15 and this one is now our current top earner, whose full review is here.

First Class Fancies (WP) who do exactly what you'd expect (ie Class 1 racing picks) also had a decent time of it, making £153.10 in just six days of action at an ROI of 69.6% after hitting 5 winners from 22 (22.7% SR) and our review has all the details of those picks.

And lastly, but certainly not least(ly?), we have Back & Win (Fire & Forget), which is a stop at a winner service that aims to make 1pt (£10 in our case) per day and in 12 racing days since my last update, they've achieved this each time : here's how they did it.

And our losers?

Well, in reverse order ie least worst to worst, we kick off with Target Tips, another Stop at a Winner service that uses progressive staking, but a couple of bad days will really damage the bank, as shown by a loss of £163.61 over the fortnight, wholly attributable to a run of nine losers at a cost of £370 a week ago. But for those two days, this one was/is going well. Judge for yourself right here.

Next, we have Sequence Lays, whose name pretty much explains what they do, but with only 11 successful lays from 19 using a stop at a winning bet approach, they ended up losing £348.80 over the fortnight and a glance at David's review gives you a rough idea why I'm personally not keen on SAW approaches.

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And the wooden spoon (drumroll/balloon bursting as appropriate) this time goes to the previously heralded Rod's Runners, who've had an absolute stinker, I'm afraid, raising some concerns.

They seem to have lurched into a quantity v quality conundrum and picked the wrong choice (in my own opinion, of course!) A service that promises 8-10 selections per day, shouldn't have issued 105 bets in the past five days and this may well have contributed to the poor performance that saw them hit just 17 winners from 219 selections at a strike rate of 7.7%, pretty much half their normal ratio.

And from an average of 15 bets per day, they lost £587 over the fortnight, which equates to some 26.7% of stakes, as documented here in Barry's review.

The other four services I haven't mentioned showed 2 profits and 2 losses, but nothing earth shattering between them and links to those reviews can be found...

...here in our updated "league table", sorted by profitability this time...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review
Sports Spread Betting £891.80 (at day 26) 26 £375.00 Click Here
Pinnacle Racing Tips £389.72 (at day 25) 25 £519.27 Click Here
Back & Win (Fire & Forget) £220.00 (at day 22) 22 £120.00 Click Here
First Class Fancies (WP) £208.60 (at day 7) 7 £153.10 Click Here
Back Lucrative (WP) £155.83 (at day 18) 18 £80.00 Click Here
Omaha Racing £125.01 (at day 56) 56 -£3.05 Click Here
Rod's Runners £32.63 (at day 30) 30 -£587.00 Click Here
Flat Flyers (WP) -£33.22 (at day 9) 9 £36.78 Click Here
Target Tips -£112.68 (at day 18) 18 -£163.31 Click Here
Platinum Winners -£135.11 (at day 12) 12 -£22.50 Click Here
Sequence Lays -£415.73 (at day 23) 23 -£348.80 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.

Now, I know that spread betting can be volatile at the best of times, but Sports Spread Betting seem to have got a pretty good handle on it and whilst you might be reluctant to dive in just yet, I strongly urge you to keep an eye on this one, as it looks like it could very well complete its 60 days with us with a massive profit.

The vendor of this one is very approachable, so if there's anything you'd like to ask about this one (or any other service, of course), leave a comment below or email me at the usual address(es).

And that's it from me today, enjoy the rest of your week and I'll bring you another update in a fortnight!

Chris

Max lays on a lovely spread…

...but not the picnic type, as you'll now see in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 12/09/2017!

Max is the brains behind Sports Spread Betting, the first spread betting service we've reviewed here. This service trades mainly in football, cricket & horse racing and in the last fortnight has achieved a 50% strike rate (12 from 24), earning subscribers an average of 7.94pts per trade.

It's difficult/unfair to judge a spread betting service via its ROI, as the potential losses aren't realistic. Let me give an example... last night (Tuesday), Sports Spread Betting advised to "buy completed passes" at 820 in the Man Utd v Basel match. Now this means we needed 821 passes in the game to make a profit and therefore by definition the loss could be as high as 820pts. An unrealistic loss, of course as there was always going to be some passes in the game.

So, I'm happy to overlook supposed ROI for this one (and a couple of others), whilst advising you to keep a close eye on Sports Spread Betting  who have already made almost 260pts profit under review :  the full story is right here.

Using a £2 per point stake made that service our second highest money earner of the fortnight, beaten only by the high-frequency Rod's Runners , who hit 21 winners from 145 (very busy!) since my last report and this 14.5% strike rate helped them to a profit of almost £410 at an ROI of over 28%! The exact figures along with every selection can be found here in Barry's review.

And our weekly top three money makers are completed by Back & Win (Fire & Forget), another one that I'm not too bothered about compiling ROI figures for. This one is one of a couple of Stop at a Win services that we're also trialling for the first time (I warned you last time around that we were introducing something different!).

Back & Win (Fire & Forget) basically backs favourites to make a profit of 1pt, stopping as soon as a winner is landed. It would be unfair to compare this one on an ROI basis, as the maximum profit is 1pt per day, but at our nominal £10 per point stake, this one has made 10pts/£100 in 10 days, so whilst the ROI might not be the best, the strike rate is technically 100%! Phil's review explains the service in a little more details and logs every bet for you.

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Aside from these three who made just over £890 between them, four other services showed a combined profit of £207, with a further four services losing some £259. Brief details of all these products are in the "league table" below, whilst clicking the links to their respective reviews will give you the bigger picture.

... and now here is that updated "league table", ordered by overall profit this time...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Rod's Runners £619.63 (at day 16) 16 £409.63 Click Here 37.78%
Sports Spread Betting £516.80 (at day 15) 15 £380.90 Click Here N/A
Back & Win (Fire & Forget) £100.00 (at day 10) 10 £100.00 Click Here N/A
Back Lucrative (WP) £75.83 (at day 7) 7 £75.83 Click Here 36.11%
First Class Fancies (WP) £55.50 (at day 1) 1 £55.50 Click Here 111.00%
Target Tips £50.63 (at day 7) 7 £50.63 Click Here 14.47%
Omaha Racing £128.06 (at day 44) 44 £25.10 Click Here 13.28%
Pinnacle Racing Tips -£129.55 (at day 14) 14 -£9.55 Click Here -14.89%
Sequence Lays -£66.93 (at day 11) 11 -£66.93 Click Here N/A
Flat Flyers (WP) -£70.00 (at day 3) 3 -£70.00 Click Here -100.00%
Platinum Winners -£112.61 (at day 12) 12 -£112.61 Click Here -30.44%

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

With the vast majority of these reviews still around the quarter point of the trial (or even shorter), it's clearly far too early to start making too much judgement about any of them, but it's patently obvious that both Rod's Runners and Sports Spread Betting are worth keeping a close eye on, as their very reasonable membership fees are already generating excellent profits. Sadly the same hasn't yet been the case for Platinum Winners, but after just 20% of their trial, there's still every opportunity for them to come good.

If you've any queries about any of these (or others we're not covering) services and their reviews, please don't hesitate to ask me or post a query at the bottom of the review. We're only too happy to assist. Failing that, I'll be back in a fortnight with half-time reports on many of the current batch!

Chris

All change!

Is the cry ahead of the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 29/08/2017!

Over the past fortnight since my last update, 5 of our trials have come to an end and this week's report will focus on those. I have added three new reviews this week with a couple of them making an excellent start, as you'll see shortly and I've another 4 trials going "live" on Friday, so keep an eye out for those, as they're a little different to the "geegeez norm".

So, in order of ROI, here are the five we wave goodbye to (four really, as two are derived from the same source!)...

  • TrackSide, whose final profit of £212.23 was achieved at an ROI of 19.34%, courtesy of a strike rate of 37.62% (38 winners from 101 selections). I don't have our reviewer's final summary to hand just yet, so I won't pre-empt his verdict, but I'll let you have it as soon as it comes in. In the meantime, Ray's review is right here.
  • 123 System's review also ended recently and after 55 successful bets from 81 selections (67.9% SR) a final profit of £113.37 represented a more than acceptable 14% return on stakes and that was good enough for our reviewer, Ernest, to award the service a 4/5 rating. You can read Ernest's appraisal right here.
  • Third and fourth on the list is Elite Racing Advice, who offer a mix of win and E/W bets at the sharper end of the market. When I first saw the service, it looks interesting and potentially profitable, but I wasn't keen on backing horses on an E/W basis at short odds, so I suggested to our reviewer, James, that we follow the service's advice, but also run a win only trial alongside and here's what we found......thankfully, I was proved right and the win only angle came out best, as from 172 selections, there were 49 winners and 41 additional placers giving a win strike rate of 28.49% and a place strike rate of 52.33%. These are really good numbers and generated win only profits of £250.71 at an ROI of 13.44% and advised returns of £191.55 at an ROI of 10.27%. Both sets of figures are more than acceptable, but I know which I'd prefer! James' full analysis of the service is right here.
  • The only one of the five completed reviews to show a loss was , but unfortunately the monetary loss of £545.39 incurred by the Tips Service actually equals some 71% of all the profit made the four above! This is because they only managed to find 28 winners from 238 (11.76% SR), meaning they lost 22.91% of all stakes invested. We obviously can't recommend this one to you and Iain's review tells the whole sorry tale.

... and now our updated "league table", also ordered by overall ROI...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Rod's Runners £190.00 (at day 2) 2 £190.00 Click Here 100.00%
Sports Spread Betting £135.90 (at day 2) 2 £135.90 Click Here 29.54%
TrackSide £212.23 (at day 60) 60 £133.87 Click Here 19.34%
123 System £113.37 (at day 60) 60 -£19.57 Click Here 14.00%
Omaha Racing £102.96 (at day 35) 35 -£39.00 Click Here 13.48%
Elite (win only) £250.71 (at day 60) 60 £29.73 Click Here 13.44%
Elite (as advised) £191.55 (at day 60) 60 -£5.22 Click Here 10.27%
Tips Service -£545.39 (at day 60) 60 -£7.24 Click Here -22.91%
Pinnacle Racing Tips -£120.00 (at day 2) 2 -£120.00 Click Here -100.00%

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

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You can also clearly see this week's three new additions at the top and bottom of that table, but after just a couple of days' trading with us, it's far too soon to make any judgement calls on them. Omaha Racing lost a little money over the fortnight, but still sit in a decent position entering the second half of their trial, so we'll have a better picture of how that will pan out next time around.

Don't forget that we're adding four more newbies at the end of this week, so we'll have news on those next time around too and if there's anything you'd like us to cover, just ask!

Thanks for reading,
Chris.

An Elite return to form…

The previously heralded Elite Racing Advice service had an indifferent time of it in my last roundup (see here), but it seems like that was just the "blip" I suggested it might be, as they've just had an excellent fortnight, as you'll now see in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 15/08/2017.

Over the past two weeks, backing the selections from Elite on win only basis (as I've intimated I prefer), you'd have had 13 winners from 35 selections at an excellent strike rate of 37.14% and although that's only the 5th best ratio of our six triallists, the £169.08 profit was returned at an ROI of some 49%, making them our performer of the week (ROI is more important than strike rate to me!).

A full breakdown of the Elite selections/results/returns is available here in James' review.

And now, in order of decreasing ROI, here's how the other 5 triallists fared over the last fortnight...

  • Normally, a strike rate of 45.45% (5 wins from 11 and 3rd best this week) for profits of £70.32 at an ROI of 40.88% would be more than enough for top billing in my roundup, but Omaha Racing (review right here) had to settle for being our runner-up for the second fortnight in a row. Mind you, it was enough to put them top of our overall leaderboard, as you'll see shortly.
  • It was also a good time for TrackSide, who had a poor start to their trial, but have steadily chipped away at early losses and now look well set to end their time with us in profit. Since last time, they hit 8 winners from 17 (47.06% SR & 2nd best on here) for profits of £51.88 at an ROI of 30.08%. They've 6 more betting days left with us and they'll be hoping to push their final ROI into double figures.
  • Next up is the advised betting/staking plan from Elite, which is a mixture of win and E/W bets often at shortish odds. I'm no fan of backing horses at 5/2 E/W, hence my preference for the win only version! 14 winning bets from 35 gave a strike rate of 40% (4th best), but as 13 of the 14 were winners, the E/W betting reduced profits down to £62.68 at an ROI of 18.17% : that's still a good return from a cautious approach, of course! Once again, the full story is here.
  • Not such good news for the 123 System, though, as their 25/75 win/place split of stakes means that despite a 62.5% strike rate (easily the best of this roundup), they actually lost £12.17 (15.21% of stakes), with just one actual race winner. This is another one that seems overly cautious in its approach, but why not read Ernest's review and make your own mind up?
  • And last and unfortunately most certainly least, I'm afraid, is the sorry state affairs that the Tips Service finds itself in. My last roundup suggested they might be on the verge of turning things around, but with the worst strike rate (1/25 = 4% SR) and the biggest loss (-£200.10 or 80.04% of stakes), not only do they get the wooden spoon this time around, but I think I'm ready to write this one off despite them having a fortnight to go of their trial.

... and now our updated "league table", ordered by overall ROI...

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System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Omaha Racing £141.96 (at day 25) 25 £70.32 Click Here 26.09%
123 System £132.94 (at day 53) 53 -£12.17 Click Here 18.72%
Elite (win only) £220.98 (at day 48) 48 £169.08 Click Here 15.71%
Elite (as advised) £196.77 (at day 48) 48 £62.68 Click Here 13.99%
TrackSide £78.36 (at day 54) 54 £51.88 Click Here 7.98%
Tips Service -£538.15 (at day 46) 46 -£200.10 Click Here -28.93%

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

That's all pretty self-explanatory I hope, but if you've any queries about any of these services, just drop me a quick email or leave a comment below. The same applies to any service you might have seen elsewhere that you'd like us to roadtest for you. I've just got agreements from 5 more providers to trial their services, so all being well, they'll feature in my next report.

So, until then, thanks for reading,

Chris

Is a stunning comeback on the cards?

Well, if the performance of the Tips Service over the last fortnight is anything to go by, then this could well be the case, as we'll now see in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 01/08/2017.

Struggling quite badly with a loss of £568.34 at an ROI of -46.6% a the halfway point of their trial, my last report on them wasn't too positive! However over the last fortnight, they've hit 8 winners from 39 and although that 20.5% strike is only ranked 5th best of our current 6 trials, it was good enough to return a profit of £230.29.

This means that with a fortnightly ROI of 59.05%, the Tips Service is this fortnight's star performer and whilst they've still some way to go to get out of the red (as you see later in the league table and also in our review), they're in a much better position approaching the final quarter of their trial.

And now here's how the other five reviews fared (in order of fortnightly ROI) since my last report...

  • Omaha Racing (review right here) built upon their steady start by adding 5 winners from 13 (38.46% SR = 3rd best this fortnight) for profits of £49.60 at an ROI of 25.31%. Not the busiest of services, but definitely going the right way.
  • TrackSide had a poor first quarter, then recouped virtually all of their losses in the second quarter and now the third quarter of their trial shows 5 winners from 16 (31.25% SR = 4th best) and a profit of £27.31 at an ROI of 15.88%, putting them back in the black with 16 review days to go. To be honest an ROI of over 15% is good going for any service right now!
  • The 123 System had a bit of a strange fortnight, as seen in their review as their 6 winners from 10 selections (60% SR) gave them easily the best strike rate of our triallists, but this win & place service is currently hitting more placers than winners, hence a fortnightly loss of ££3.77 (-3.77% ROI), but they remain in good health, as I'll show below.
  • Not such good news for those following the advised bets from Elite, as my words from last time came back to haunt me. This service actually has some really good numbers behind, so I'm hoping the last fortnight was just some "blip" (trust me, I know from personal experience how tough the last fortnight has been, my own figures are shocking!). Anyway, the advised bets saw 14 winners from 32 (43.75%  =2nd best), but as many of them were short priced placers, a loss of £130.52 (38.28% of stakes) was accrued : the full story is right here.
  • And as many of those 14 "winners" were actually E/W placers, those following Elite on a win only basis (which has been very successful in the past) only had 4 winners from 32 (12.5% SR is the worst of our 6 this fortnight) and the review shows a loss of £192.66 (56.5% of stakes) since my last roundup.

... and now our updated "league table", ordered by overall ROI...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
123 System £145.11 (at day 46) 46 £3.58 Click Here 23.03%
Omaha Racing £71.64 (at day 17) 17 £49.60 Click Here 19.26%
Elite (as advised) £134.09 (at day 38) 38 -£130.52 Click Here 12.44%
Elite (win only) £51.90 (at day 38) 38 -£192.66 Click Here 4.81%
TrackSide £26.48 (at day 44) 44 £27.31 Click Here 3.27%
Tips Service -£338.05 (at day 40) 40 £230.29 Click Here -20.99%

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

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That's not too bad a picture to be fair. Admittedly a couple of the ROIs are lower than you'd hope for (anything over 10% is always worth a second look) and the Tips Service is still deeply into the red, but if the past fortnight and their historic performance is anything to go by, then that stunning comeback may very well be on the cards!

As you can see, several of our services are at or are approaching the final quarter of their trials, so I'm going to need to add some new reviews in a fortnight's time, so now would be an ideal opportunity for you to request a trial for a service you've seen and aren't sure about.

Send me your suggestions and service queries to the usual place and I'll be back in a fortnight!

Chris

Elite living up to the name…

According to a dictionary, Elite means a group that is superior in terms of ability or qualities to the rest of a group or society and that proved to be the case with Elite Racing Advice (who we know as just Elite) over the last fortnight, as we'll now see in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 18/07/2017.

Not only did they make the most profit (not always the best barometer of success, when many services use variable stakes), but they're also beating the opposition hands down, when it comes to the all-important ROI.

Over the last fortnight, Elite has made £184.89 (advised stakes) and £183.30 (win only) at respective ROIs of 52.7% and 52.2%, thanks to hitting 12 winners and 13 placers from 33 selections (36.4% win and 75.8% place strike rates), putting them at the head of our panel. You can, of course, see how they did this right here.

Other than that, it was a pretty quiet fortnight, TrackSide, however did manage to recoup all bar £0.83 of their previous losses, which enables them to resume the second half of their trial almost from square one.

Robert Frasers Racing Tips made some more inroads into their deficit by closing out the last couple of days of their trial with another £34.42 profit. Clearly not enough to get out of the red, but as I mentioned last time, this one might still have some potential. I'm going to continue to monitor this one offline and I'll let you now how it goes. We/they might just have been victims of poor timing for a review.

New recruit Omaha Racing (review right here) made a steady and profitable start to their trial and as this comes highly recommended, I'll be interested to see how this one pans out.

Elsewhere, we had losses for the two services not mentioned so far. The £3.77 lost by the 123 System isn't really anything to worry about, especially as their review still shows a a healthy profit of £141.53 acquired at an ROI of almost 275, but the big concern is that our worst performer from a fortnight ago claimed that "honour" again this time, as...

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...Tips Service, who were already carrying a loss of over £240 at the quarter mark of their trial, only managed to find 8 winners from 64 (12.5% SR) over the last fortnight, meaning they lost another £324.87 or some 50.8% of stakes. The writing is really on the wall for this one already, as you'll now deduce from...

... our updated "league table"...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Elite (as advised) £264.61 (at day 25) 25 £184.89 Click Here 35.83%
Elite (win only) £244.56 (at day 25) 25 £183.30 Click Here 33.14%
123 System £141.53 (at day 37) 37 -£3.77 Click Here 26.70%
Omaha Racing £22.04 (at day 9) 9 £22.04 Click Here 12.52%
TrackSide -£0.83 (at day 33) 33 £70.00 Click Here -0.13%
Robert Frasers Racing Tips -£164.95 (at day 60) 60 £34.42 Click Here -16.17%
Tips Service -£568.34 (at day 29) 29 -£324.87 Click Here -46.59%

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

That above is, as usual, pretty self explanatory but if you've any queries about any of the reviews, just send me a message at the normal place or leave a comment below!

I'm off to try and find some more decent services to review (they seem few and far between at present), so if there's something you'd particularly like to see us cover, please do tell us!

Thanks for reading,
Chris

Strong finish, shame about the start!

That headline is a very quick appraisal of the 60-day trial we've almost completed of Robert Frasers Racing Tips, who were actually the highest earners over the last fortnight of the handful of services featured in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 04/07/2017.

9 winners from 26 (34.6% SR) for this service helped them make £65.72 at an ROI of 34.6% since my last roundup, but that wasn't nearly enough (as you'll see shortly) to get them out of the hole they'd dug themselves in the first three quarters of their trial : the full details of which are, of course, right here.

More profit was also made by Elite Racing Advice, whose 28 selections of mainly fairly short-priced E/W picks yielded 6 winners (21.4% SR) with 17 of the 28 making the frame (60.7% SR). This meant that those backing them as win only bets made £33.06 at an ROI of 10.11%, whilst those following the vendor's advised bets made £54.52 (+16.67% ROI). All this has been logged here in our review.

Not such good news for our other three triallists, though. My last roundup was headlined by the 123 System, who had made a great start to their trial, but have slipped back over the past fortnight. This service splits a 1pt level stake with bets at win and place at Betfair SP. Over the last fortnight, they've had 7 winners/placers from 12 selections (58.3% SR) for a loss of £6.99 (-5.83% ROI).

That's not a major loss, of course and if they can address the balance between winners and just placers, I think they're going to be fine. That, however, might not be the case for TrackSide, but I'm sure time will be the ultimate judge of that! Unfortunately for them, their review shows just 1 winner from 14 (7.14% SR) over the last fortnight for an overall loss of some £137.50 (+85.9% of stakes).

Yet, that above wasn't the biggest loss of the week! That dubious "honour" went to the Tips Service, who were 5 from 49 (10.2% SR) for a loss of £153.47 (-31.3% ROI) since my last report. Now added to a 0/9 start, this one isn't looking great overall, as you'll see very shortly, but I do have something positive to say about it!

They kicked off their trial with no winners from nine in two days, by the middle of day 7, they were actually 0/27! Since then, over the last 8 days, they've hit 5 winners from 22 (22.7% SR) for a profit of £26.53 at an ROI of 12.1%. That's a decent strike rate and a more than acceptable ROI. It's a low cost service and the results are declared to Betfair SP. So, if they continue in this vein, it might be worth following (personally, I'd be using BOG bookies, considering they generally send the selections out the night before).

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... and now the updated "league table"...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
123 System £145.30 (at day 27) 27 -£6.99 Click Here 38.24%
Elite (as advised) £79.72 (at day 12) 12 £54.52 Click Here 20.60%
Elite (win only) £61.26 (at day 12) 12 £33.06 Click Here 15.83%
TrackSide -£70.83 (at day 24) 24 -£137.50 Click Here -15.74%
Robert Frasers Racing Tips -£199.37 (at day 58) 58 £65.72 Click Here -19.84%
Tips Service -£243.47 (at day 15) 15 -£153.47 Click Here -41.98%

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

That pretty much speaks for itself, I think, but do bear in mind the caveat regarding the Tips Service, whose recent form isn't necessarily reflected in the overall analysis. Don't get me wrong, I'm not suggesting you rush out and subscribe, but I wouldn't write it off just yet.

There'll be new reviews on the panel next time, but until then, thanks for reading.

Chris

As easy as 1-2-3?

Not usually the case in this "game", but it was at least a very successful fortnight for the 123 System, who headline the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 20/06/2017.

As June continues to frustrate tipsters and punters alike, the 123 System managed to provide some hope. This service splits a 1pt level stake on a 1 to 3 ratio (hence 123!) with bets at win and place at Betfair SP. Over the last fortnight, they've had 13 winners/placers from 15 selections for a return of £110.84 at an ROI of some 73.9% (details right here), catapulting them to the top of the current league table, which you'll see shortly.

The only other profits since my last roundup (these now come out fortnightly!) came from new addition Elite Racing Advice (just Elite from here onwards!). Elite offer mainly E/W bets at fairly short prices and I felt that backing them win only might be more beneficial, so we're doing our review (which is right here) with two sets of results to see if I'm right (sometimes I am!).

We've only got one day of results for Elite so far, but they made a profitable start making 4.7pts (win only) and 4.2pts (as advised) from a 10pt stake yesterday.

Not such good news for the rest of our triallists, though, as documented now...

... in the updated "league table"...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Big Race Bookie Busters £194.97 (at day 60) 60 -£13.50 Click Here 16.63%
123 System £152.29 (at day 18) 18 £110.84 Click Here 58.57%
TrackSide £66.67 (at day 15) 15 -£50.52 Click Here 22.99%
Elite (win only) £28.20 (at day 1) 1 £28.20 Click Here 47.00%
Elite (as advised) £25.20 (at day 1) 1 £25.20 Click Here 42.00%
Tips Service -£90.00 (at day 2) 2 -£90.00 Click Here -100.00%
Robert Frasers Racing Tips -£265.09 (at day 44) 44 -£51.04 Click Here -32.53%

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

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That's all fairly self-explanatory, if not exactly scintillating, but as you can see Big Race Bookie Busters came to the end of the review since I last did an update and although they wrapped up with a small loss, they ended their trial (which is right here) with a decent amount of profit at an acceptable (to me, at least!) ROI.

If you wanted to get involved with Big Race Bookie Busters, it couldn't be simpler, just click their name on this page and follow the link!

The vendors, Betting Gods, have set subscription fees for BRBB at just £39.95 per month or £99.95 (16.6% discount) per quarter with the best value coming from a lifetime sub at just £479.95 (equal to around 12 months subs) and as with ALL Betting Gods services we've reviewed, signing up via this link gets you the first month for JUST £1.

If you need further info/advice on any of our featured services or just services in general, just ask : my bark is worse than my bite!

Chris

A 50/50 split…

...was the result of the last two weeks' activity for the products currently featuring in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 06/06/2017.

Three services made profit, whilst the other three lost ground, so let's look at the winners first...

  • Top spot this week goes to newcomer TrackSide whose 8 winners from 11 selections (72.7% SR) was good enough to generate £117.19 profit at an excellent ROI of some 97.66%! Our review of TrackSide can be found right here.
  • Next up we have the 123 System, a stablemate of TrackSide from the Punthub portfolio and they kicked off their trial with 9 winning bets from 11 (81.8% SR) for profits of £41.45 at an ROI of 37.68%.
  • And our final money-maker over the last fortnight was the Big Race Bookie Busters, whose 6 winners from 22 (27.3% SR) was enough to turn over a modest £26.37 profit at an ROI of 16.28% and as usual, every bet is listed right here.

As I said at the top, it was an even split between those making money and those losing money, although it should be said that the losses far outweighed the gains, as you'll now see...

  • Our least worst performance came from Bookies Enemy #1, who lost £54.00 on the final day of what turned out to be an excellent trial. I'm more than happy to ignore that day's loss after looking at the bigger picture, but I'll come back to that shortly.
  • Next in line came the Racing Pro, whose £105.00 loss meant that they ended their trial in the red, so we obviously can't recommend this one to you at present.
  • And the wooden spoon goes to Robert Frasers Racing Tips, which really has had a nightmare start to the review period. Losses of £60 in the first quarter were almost trebled with a further deficit of £173.20 over the last fortnight, putting this one in real trouble at "half-time"...

...as you'll now see in the updated "league table"...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Weekly P/L Full Review ROI
Bookies Enemy #1 £1,318.47 (at day 60) 60 -£54.00 Click Here 64.17%
Big Race Bookie Busters £208.47 (at day 58) 58 £26.37 Click Here 17.99%
TrackSide £117.19 (at day 7) 7 £117.19 Click Here 97.66%
123 System £41.45 (at day 7) 7 £41.45 Click Here 37.68%
Racing Pro -£73.09 (at day 60) 60 -£105.00 Click Here -4.30%
Robert Frasers Racing Tips -£214.05 (at day 30) 30 -£173.20 Click Here -41.16%

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

That's the current overall position and although I did sent out an email 10 days or so ago about Bookies Enemy #1, it's worth repeating the message, especially for those who didn't see it or have recently joined us.

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The basic message without banging on about it, is that we're very happy to endorse Bookies Enemy #1, which over the 60-day review period (see here for details) made massive profits of £1318.47 at a phenomenal ROI of over 64%. It's a well-run service, the vendor Gary Poole is very approachable and the whole product is very reasonably priced as follows...

  • weekly = £19 OR monthly = £37 (this is the most popular option)
  • quarterly = £88 (20.7% discount from monthly fee), 6-monthly = £155 (30.2% discount) OR annual = £266 (40.1% discount)

The quickest and easiest way to get involved with this one is via this link, but if you've any queries about it (or any other service for that matter!), just email me : you know where I am!

And that's your lot for this week, thanks for reading.

Chris

Another tricky week for the tipsters…

...ended with a net loss on the portfolio of £161.48, had you backed every selection from our six triallists, as I'll now explain in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 23/05/2017.

That said, it wasn't all doom and gloom, as two of our services did actually make a profit on the week, starting with Carl Nicholson and his Stable Whispers service which made a modest £20.00 after finding two winners from eight in the closing six days of their trial. It wasn't enough, unfortunately, to see the service become profitable overall, as you'll see shortly.

Our other money-maker this week, somewhat unsurprisingly is Gaz Poole and his Bookies Enemy #1 service, who made another £82.21 over the past seven days (full details here) and the only slight surprise was that the weekly ROI from that profit was "only" 34.25% : a figure most tipsters would love to hit! Our full overview (further down this page) will show that this profit further strengthens their position at the top of our pile.

Not such good news for out other four triallists, though, as Racing Pro lost £20.00, Robert Frasers Racing Tips lost £60.15 and Big Race Bookie Busters lost £61.04, whilst this week's wooden spoon was "awarded" to the Racing Diary with a 7-day deficit of £120.00.

I should however point out that this £120.00 loss didn't stop the Racing Diary from ending their 60-day trial with us well in profit and it's a product I'd be happy to recommend to you. More on that very shortly, but first....

...our overall "leaderboard"...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Weekly P/L Full Review ROI
Bookies Enemy #1 £1,372.47 (at day 59) 59 £82.21 Click Here 58.06%
Racing Diary £570.89 (at day 60) 60 -£120.00 Click Here 41.77%
Big Race Bookie Busters £182.10 (at day 48) 48 -£61.04 Click Here 18.19%
Racing Pro £31.91 (at day 49) 49 -£22.50 Click Here 2.33%
Robert Frasers Racing Tips -£40.85 (at day 16) 16 -£60.15 Click Here -17.06%
Stable Whispers -£168.62 (at day 60) 60 £20.00 Click Here -17.56%

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

That's all pretty self-explanatory, of course and Bookies Enemy #1 goes from strength to strength and I'll be talking more about that one next week, but before I sign off for today, I want to quick point you in the direction of Carl Nicholson's Racing Diary , which as you can see made £570.89 under review at an excellent ROI of 41.77% (full details here).

Your first 30 days for just £1

This is a daily email advisory service offering bets on UK horse racing 7 days a week, promoted by the reputable Betting Insiders outlet, sending out selections via email each morning by 9am, well in time to get the bets on.

The selections are straightforward no fuss 1pt win bets from an advised betting bank of 50pts and during our review Carl's Racing Diary advised 138 bets and 23 of the 138 have won, producing profits of almost 57.1pts at an ROI of almost 41.8% from a strike rate of 16.67%.

A subscription to the Racing Diary is currently very competitively priced at £24.99 per month and all payments are handled via Paypal giving added peace of mind. An annual membership, however, offers far more value at just £199 for the year. Clicking the Racing Diary name is the easiest way to subscribe or get more information, or you could ask me!

If you need a final look at the review before committing, then click here!

And that's it from me for another Wednesday.

BI