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Third Party Systems and Tipster Reviews
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
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
Roulette Assault Review
(image) Don’t you just love the little ‘clink’ noise of the chips when you place a bet followed by the multiple ‘clinks’ when that bet wins?...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
Did you enjoy last weekend? An early Chelsea goal in the F.A. Cup final had me licking my lips for my 2-1 and 1-2 scorelines, but Man Utd limped yet again in front of goal. What a pity. In the Lokinge Stakes, I gave a shortlist of Rhodadendron, Addeybb, Lancaster...read more
I don’t know about you, but I will be trying to avoid coverage of the marriage between (suspiciously) ginger Harry and Meghan Sparkle. I did place a bet on Arsene Wenger to take Meghan Sparkle down the aisle (seeing as he has some time on his hands this Saturday), but...read more
Did you try your hand at market reading from last week’s eletter? If not, and you’re still unsure, you can paper trade. Go to www.racingpost.com, Cards, Today’s Cards and ‘Show all racecards for this meeting on one page’. Once you have done that, either take a...read more
I would like to follow on from last Friday’s eletter with an example of race reading which can be applied to those races this Flat season where form is limited (two-year-old horse races, typically). This is a Novice race. We have the Betting Forecast at the base of...read more
The Flat season is distinct from the Jumps season: quite apart from the obvious, with the Flat season, we have the draw bias (www.drawbias.com is a great start here for more info) – wait for the Chester May meeting to see the mother of all draw biases – and we also...read more
I thought the Grand National research went rather well. A pity that we got chinned by Davy. Pleasant Company and Milansbar were the two placed horses. Pleasant Company was majestic throughout the Grand National. From the get-go, the horse was up the front, jumping...read more