Weekly Update

Top Trio’s Tough Testing Time…

A nice bit of alliteration to kick off the the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 25/04/2017, which as the headline would suggest, will show that our top 3 services on last week's leaderboard all struggled to maintain their momentum, as...

But it wasn't all doom and gloom, as the other five active reviews all showed profit over the week, albeit modest ones and from top to bottom, here's how they fared...

And here's how all that affects our overall "leaderboard"...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Weekly P/L Full Review
Racing Diary £629.89 (at day 35) 35 -£85.00 Click Here
National Hunt Supremo £198.12 (at day 60) 60 -£20.00 Click Here
Racing Pro £196.66 (at day 26) 26 £35.00 Click Here
Big Race Bookie Busters £179.51 (at day 29) 29 £10.13 Click Here
Bookies Enemy #1 £121.95 (at day 35) 35 -£137.00 Click Here
Target Tips £59.06 (at day 46) 46 £5.92 Click Here
Stable Whispers £51.38 (at day 36) 36 £40.00 Click Here
High Rollers Betting -£730.61 (at day 43) 43 £38.43 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.

The big mover there is the drop from 2nd to 6th suffered by Bookies Enemy #1, but that aside the overall picture is pretty healthy with the obvious exception of High Rollers Betting who now require snookers and a minor miracle, but we never write any trial off until it's actually over, despite how bleak it might appear.

That, fortunately, wasn't the case for National Hunt Supremo, whose review came to a conclusion this week. They don't have selections every day, so a 60-day betting review actually took 5 months to conclude, but with 25 winners from 75 selections (33.33% SR) in that time returning level stakes profits of 19.81pts at an ROI of 26.4%, it's one we're happy to approve!

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In fact, in his review, Iain MacMillan says "...it is profitable and well run, I have no hesitation in recommending National Hunt Supremo to anyone wanting to add value to their punting...." and we see it as a useful addition to a portfolio of services, rasther than one to use as your main source of tips.

The sporadic nature of the service is reflected in a very reasonable pricing policy, as a subscription to National Hunt Supremo is currently priced at just £9.95 per month, but there are substantial discounts for those signing up for longer periods. A quarterly subscription is offered at £19.95 ie three months for the price of two.

Geegeez readers can take a month for just £2.49 via this link and it's worth noting that all payments are handled by Paypal, rather than paying any vendor directly, giving you some assurances should you need them.

If you need any further information on this service (or any other for that matter!), then don't hesitate to ask (my bark is worse than my bite), failing that I'll be back at the same time next week!

Thanks for reading,
Chris

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2 replies
  1. joe says:

    Hello chris, why does the review show £1101.76 profit and you are showing £121.95 for Bookies Enemy #1

    • Chris Worrall says:

      Because after I’d published the piece, it was made clear that we’d made some errors in the review!
      The review is now currently correct, but at the time I wrote my piece, the review was wrong.

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