Weekly Update

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.

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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. 

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,

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3 replies
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    Hugster says:

    Thanks for this – going to try the Spread Betting, worth noting that it’s actually £30 per month with VAT (or am I missing something – that’s certainly possible!)

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      Chris Worrall says:

      Ah, yes, you’re probably right, as it’s sold via Clickbank.

      I’d still be happy to recommend it at £30.

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        Hugster says:

        Thanks, as I haven’t subscribed anywhere via that method it’s good to confirm it’s not just me being daft! Certainly still looks worth a try, particularly with the Sporting Index sign-up bonus.

        Great reviews, by the way – really helpful.

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