That fairly succinctly sums up the overall performances over the past fortnight for the services featured in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 25/04/2017, which is a fortnightly edition after some unforeseen issues prevented me bringing you a report last week.
Basically, if you'd backed every selection from our triallists to advised stakes / odds over the past fortnight, you'd now be £76.30 worse off, before you even consider subscription fees. That said, not everyone struggled and three of the seven actually showed a profit, as we'll now see in descending order...
- top earner was High Rollers Betting, who continued their recent revival with 24 winners from 86 selections (27.9% SR) for a profit of some £263.38. They'd need a miracle over the last three days of their trial to get out of the red, but it should be noted that they have made nigh on £375 in the last three weeks.
- next best was Carl Nicholson with his Racing Diary, whose 4 winners from 20 (20% SR) were enough to boost his bottom line by another £78.00, further consolidating his prior excellent form. Further details right here.
- and our only other profit-maker was the steady Target Tips, who maintained their strong strike rate with another 19 winners from 47 (40.4% SR) giving them a boost of £58.32. This review has consistently found winners, but by using Betfair SP, I do wonder if they're not leaving profit on the table by not utilising the many BOG bookies out there.
And those are the highlights of the last fortnight. Not such good news, however for...
- Racing Pro, who despite a 20% strike rate (7/35) still lost £53.50, as seen here
- Big Race Bookie Busters, whose review shows that 5 winners from 17 wasn't enough, as they suffered a £68.40 reversal
- Carl Nicholson's add-on service, Stable Whispers, whose solitary 3/1 winner from 17 picks detailed here made for a loss of £130.00.
- and the wooden spoon unfortunately goes to Gary Poole and his Bookies Enemy #1 service. Just 4 winners from 36 over the last fortnight have put a £224.00 dent in Gary's figures, but in his defence, his service is still the most profitable overall of the current crop of trials, as you can see both in our review and also in...
...our overall "leaderboard"...
|System||Profit||Service Days||Trial days||Weekly P/L||Full Review|
|Bookies Enemy #1||£877.76||(at day 47)||47||-£224.00||Click Here|
|Racing Diary||£707.89||(at day 48)||48||£78.00||Click Here|
|Racing Pro||£143.16||(at day 38)||38||-£53.50||Click Here|
|Target Tips||£117.38||(at day 58)||58||£58.32||Click Here|
|Big Race Bookie Busters||£111.11||(at day 38)||38||-£68.40||Click Here|
|Stable Whispers||-£78.62||(at day 49)||49||-£130.00||Click Here|
|High Rollers Betting||-£467.33||(at day 57)||57||£263.28||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.
There are a couple of obvious contenders for the Geegeez seal of approval up there and with a bit of fortune and things dropping their way, there's no reason why I can't be recommending two services to you with over £1000 profit each in a fortnight's time!
Before then, we'll be seeing the end of both Target Tips and High Rollers Betting. The former is highly likely to end in profit, but whether that alone will be good enough for our reviewer's thumbs up, we'll wait and see. The latter is destined for a failed trial, but without pre-empting our final summary, I'm sure the recent revival will have scored some positives.
But all that is for next Wednesday, of course. So, I'll be back then!