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Third Party Systems and Tipster Reviews
NW Sports Racing Service Review
Now here’s a tipping service with a difference! Neil Stevens-Wood’s NW Sports Racing Service is not like other typical tipster services, in that it provides you with a lot more in your daily email than just a handful...Read Review
Premier Grand Service review
Perpetual Publications Ltd is owned by three self-styled ‘old school’ bettors, who reportedly together ‘have been backing horses, and publishing racing material not available elsewhere and educating clients, since 1993’. They offer a ‘Lazy Punters Black Book’, which ‘offered our...Read Review
Partners in Profit 2013 Review
Phil Eadie – the creator and tipster behind the Partners in Profit horse racing system – is as trust-worthy and honest a tipster as you could possible hope for. His mission statement is as follows: ‘My determination to continue to...Read Review
This looks a service to avoid. The vendor is very poor in replying to emails. Given that this is a one-a-day lay service he even gets the race times wrong on several occasions. I mean, you have to try...Read Review
Football Mania from www.betfan.com Betting Tipster Review
This service is provided by www.betfan.com. Betfan is an ‘umbrella’ tipster which has recruited a huge number of tipsters. I don’t know if it’s just bad luck , but whenever I choose a Betfan tipster to review, said tipster tends...Read Review
www.footballaccatips.com Betting System Review
This is a poorly layed out service. The results? They're dire. Winning bets tend to be odds on singles. That's not quite an accumulator is it? The Trust Pilot Reviews? From Derrick and Jack, back in 2014, cannot be, erm,...Read Review
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From the Bulletin
Funny how you could have two identical matches, with (more or less) the same current in-play stats to that point in the game, and where both are drawing, yet the prices can differ wildly for backing and laying the draw. I will explain what I mean further below… Take...read more
Premier League football returns this weekend. Let me share with you the key patterns this early season. Both Tottenham and Liverpool have scored in their four matches. Liverpool have led at halftime and fulltime in all four matches. Two 1-2 losses at home for...read more
There is no Premier League football with us this week or next, because we face an international break. Liverpool conceded their first goal this season, and I am kicking myself for not including 1-2 amongst my 0-1 and 0-2 calls. The match was 0-2 in-play for those who...read more
Last week, Man City faltered; Arsenal got the win; 0-0 good-call Huddersfield; Leicester sneaked it 1-2; Liverpool won halftime/fulltime; Watford 2-1 (not 2-2, alas); and Chelsea 1-2 (not 1-3, alas) – so some good calls! What’s in store this weekend? Three...read more
I never ceased to be amazed at how many punters have a bet on the basis of hype rather than using a cold, hard, rational approach. Ok, it’s fine to have the odd small patriotic wager on England in the World Cup, for example, but the advice from all my various...read more
Another week, another set of Premier League matches. And this week’s are sponsored by The Krypton Factor: devilishly difficult to predict. Cardiff are new to the Premier League. They meet a Newcastle side adept defensively, but without a real Mickey ‘Sumo’ Quinn-type...read more