Geegeez Reviews Update

Weekly Service Update: it’s like the Red Sea!

Geegeez Reviews Update

Geegeez Reviews Update

Hi everyone and welcome to what is generally my weekly roundup of all the current/recently finished system/service reviews featured in the System Trials section of the site.

I say generally, because I didn't file a report last week, as we were busy administrating/overseeing the large intake of new subscribers on the Geegeez Gold trial. So, today's roundup is for the past fortnight and he first you'll notice (like I did) upon seeing the "league table" is that it's a pretty grim sea of red!

We've added four new reviews of late and all of them have failed to show a profit just yet. From "best" to worst, they are as follows: Betting Opportunity from Betfan which has lost £17.50 in 16 days, whilst the Stars and Stripes service from Betting Gods lost £31.46 in the last fortnight.

The most recent addition to the site is Rhino Roberts from BetKudos and this one has already lost £98 in just nine days, but those figures are over shadowed by our worst performer of the fortnight Nap Investor, which is brought to you by the Winning Information Network, but there wasn't much winning going on during a loss of £208.64 for this one!

Mind you, the existing reviews didn't fare much better than the new arrivals. The BetAdvisor pair of tipsters Alec Pearce and James Tucker lost £10.20 and £27.90 respectively and the previously heralded Quentin Franks Racing had a bit of a nightmare. QFR made £114 in its first nine days under review, but has shipped £146.00 since then after a poor run.

It isn't, however, all doom and gloom, three of our reviews actually showed a profit over the last two weeks with Betting Gods' Premier Greyhound Tips being the filling in a BetAdvisor sandwich! PGT made £81.32 over the fortnight to be our 2nd highest earner of the period, but well behind the £150.15 made by John Sills. Mind you, John really needed a change of form, as you'll see very shortly. And finally, our third place position went to Aiden Monroe whose £48.30 profit put his service in a very good light, only for him to suspend it indefinitely for reasons as yet unknown!

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Anyway, here's how all of that affected the overall standings...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Weekly P/L Full Review
Aiden Monroe (BetAdvisor) £197.26 (at day 42) 42 £48.30 Click Here
James Tucker (BetAdvisor) £14.13 (at day 51) 51 -£27.90 Click Here
Betting Opportunity -£17.50 (at day 16) 16 -£17.50 Click Here
Alec Pearce (BetAdvisor) -£23.80 (at day 51) 51 -£10.20 Click Here
Quentin Franks Racing (£8/pt) -£32.00 (at day 23) 23 -£146.00 Click Here
Premier Greyhound Tips -£80.68 (at day 43) 43 £81.32 Click Here
Rhino Roberts (£5/point) -£98.00 (at day 9) 9 -£98.00 Click Here
Stars And Stripes -£111.44 (at day 22) 22 -£31.46 Click Here
John Sills (BetAdvisor) -£132.08 (at day 43) 43 £150.15 Click Here
Nap Investor -£208.64 (at day 16) 16 -£208.64 Click Here

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And now you can see why I said it was like the Red Sea! As things stand, just the two BetAdvisor services are in profit, although John Sills did make massive inroads into his deficit, reducing it by some 53.2%, but he's going have to continue in the same vein to show an overall profit with just 17 days to go.

And other than to commend John's recent performance, there's very little else to shout about on the review front.

I would, however, like to publicly thanks our band of willing volunteer reviewers, without whom we couldn't bring you this service. They all do a fantastic job and lighten my own workload immensely!

Until next week, all the very best!



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6 replies
  1. caravan says:

    Betfan tipsters…High Prices for selections….Low Returns for investments

    I thought “Shrewd Tipster” was doing badly but on a recent check of the other tipsters, some are doing appallingly badly….for so called experts

  2. JanSmuts says:

    Sorry if this is a dumb question but is it £10 pt unless stated otherwise? And is that generally the theme, e.g. when you talk of pts on SoTD are you using £10 a pt?

    • Chris Worrall says:


      Yes, unless stated in the review itself, all reviews are conducted at £10 per point.
      Many services we review are level stakes anyway, so the £10 is a nominal and easy figure to use.

      For those with a variable staking pattern, I find out the average be size and that then becomes our £10 stake, so if a service generally has a 5pt stake, each stake is £2 for review purposes.

      As for SotD, a point is whatever you want it to be, but it means it’s the same stake everyday.
      It’s what figure you’re comfortable with staking, knowing that on average you’ll place 5 losing bets from every 7.

      You might only want to risk £2 per bet, you might want to risk £50 or more. My stakes are somewhere between the two.


  3. scouse says:

    Hi Matt and all.
    Have any of you had dealings with Stark Investors particularly Lazy Lays
    they say the usual big profits and the results look good if the are not back fitted. I saw Hero to Zero was tested bye Matthew and made a profit but that was some time ago.Would appreciate any info on S/I on any of their services.
    Yours Bob.

    • Chris Worrall says:

      Hi Bob,

      We trialled both Zero to Hero (Our review is here) and Dopey Donkeys (review is here) from Stark Investors last year and both rpoved to be profitable.
      I can’t comment upon Lazy Lays having not seen it, but in my experience successful reviews of laying services are few and far between


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