On Tuesday I published an update of this service, extolling the great profits it has generated consistently over the past year. Now I, for one, get mega-annoyed by marketing which shouts out cherry-picked results which raise false expectations of the daily results of any service. Almost all of them do it, I’m sure this forum isn’t immune.
As a blogger on Cash Master, my reviews are completely independent, and Graham, the site owner, never ever asks me to change anything I write. If he did, I wouldn’t blog on the forum. What I do have, is a sense of empathy with you lot, my fellow punters. That ensures that any service I recommend, I do so because I believe that subscribers will profit from it. It actually bothers me a lot if I recommend a service which subsequently tanks, because I know people have lost money from my plaudits.
So… (it’s Sunday in lockdown, apologies for indulgence!) those readers who signed up on the basis of my update on Tuesday (and I know there were a few), it delights me that Bet Sage tipped two horses yesterday which both won, and he called the double too, and hopefully that will keep you in the black for the rest of your journey with him. Obviously that kind of success doesn’t happen every day, or week (today’s single selection just lost), but this guy is very very good, and worth an interest.
I concluded a three month review of this service in September, and was extremely impressed with the profitable consistency. This is a quick update to report that it has continued in the winning vein, now showing an incredible average of 43 points profit per month, only two losing months in the past year, odds quoted readily available, and with simple staking. Take a look at the graph:
That is my kind of graph! It’s a profit made over 449 bets. Obviously, I’m happy to maintain my recommendation.
This is a football accumulator service which was launched on 14th November. My monitoring began on 24th November, meaning I missed out by one bet on a winner. As this is an accumulator service, it’s important not to miss out on the winners! They are relatively rare but the tipster tells us more than make up for the losers because of the prices of the accas.
Selections will be emailed out two to three times a week. With the current football schedule seeing matches played every single day, there won’t be set days for emails, but they will endeavour to get you the selections as early as possible and at least six hours before the first match in the accumulator.
You are also strongly recommended to join the free Telegram group, advised when you sign up.
The bets are sent in the Telegram group too which will decrease the chance of missing one, and you’ll also be able to speak to Josh, the tipster, and the other members should you wish to do so.
This is the pricing structure for the service:
You won’t ever pay a single penny for a losing bet and there are also NO renewal payments, as you would get with a typical monthly or annual subscription service.
You are will charged £10 for every winning bet at odds of 4/1 or bigger (remember too, the average winning odds of bets is higher, at 13/1). Occasionally they may put out a shorter odds selection and this will be on the house, win or lose.
The £10 will be payable two working days after the bet is settled, to give you time to withdraw any winnings. They will automatically take the payment from the card that you signed up with – you don’t need to contact them or make arrangements.
If you don’t place a bet for whatever reason and it wins, you can claim a full refund of the £10 fee, no questions asked. All you need to do is email Josh at the usual address. You can also cancel this service at any time by email.
Since 24th November there were 17 losses and no wins. This might scare a few people off, but it’s very much expected in the long-term P/L expectations, and remember, one win can wipe out that deficit.
Since writing this, the service has recorded its first winner, albeit a low scorer and non chargeable one as it was under 5.0 in the event. Orginally a 5 match acca, one game was postponed and one was draw no bet (DNB) which was a draw, so it turned into a treble, making a 3.94 profit. A win’s a win!
This service is managed by the Betting Gods agency and our review began on September 22nd and ran for three months. As the name suggests, it’s a football tipping service which mainly concentrates on the both teams to score and under/over goals markets.
The service has been proofing to Betting Gods for nearly eight months and has made a profit before subscription of 48 points. There is an advised bank of 75 points, around 40 tips per month sent by email at average odds of around 2.0. It’s Betfair friendly, and odds quoted are freely available at bookies.
When I began monitoring this in September, the service was riding high on over 60 points. Unfortunately I seem to have again put the reviewer’s mockers on this one, as you can see from the graph, it hasn’t spent long in profitable territory since then. I can only judge this on the trial period, and although I’m putting it into Room 101, it is clearly a service which requires a long-term mentality and the advised bank has never been at risk.
Wins: 61 Losses:67 Postponed:1
Average odds: 1.9
P/L: minus 16.64 points
So I’m going to fail this, based on the past three months results, but I wouldn’t write it off as a long-term football betting investment.
I’m not sure why this system is called Hidden Winners. Going through the videos provided on the website, the vendor shows us how he goes about picking his selections according to form using the excellent Geegeez form website. For maiden races and those with little form, again, he looks down the obvious roads of trainer comments and market moves. I wouldn’t consider these avenues as hidden. You would expect winners that are hidden to be runners which have aspects about them in today’s race which are likely to elude market makers.
This is not a method of form reading whereby you’re necessarily likely to arrive at the same selections as vendor Michael, because everybody will spot different signs with different runners. In reviewing this service, therefore, I will treat it as a tipster service with added extras, rather than a system as alluded to when we launched this back in September.
There is some discussion on the website about staking, and how different bettor types should bet within their comfort zones. The published results are based on 2 points win for odds of 7.0 and below, and 1 point each way for higher odds. These are based on 10am prices as available on Oddschecker.
There are two sets of (unverified) results on the website going back to October 2019, and these look very interesting. 424 points profit to BSP, and 538 points for early prices, to the 2pt win/1pt ew system. The second system is simply 1 pt win all bets, showing +300 points for early prices and 237 points to BSP. These win only results are better than the each way option, if you double the stake so it is equivalent.
I have been monitoring the bets since the beginning of September. Bets are posted in the members’ area on the website six days a week (Sundays excluded). As you can see from the graph, this began with a flourish in month one but then went on a sustained losing run to finish the three month review in the red. Month three (November) was only saved by a last day of review upswing, when both bets won at good odds.
I have reviewed this to a standard 1pt win/half point win + place stake so that it’s comparable to all my reviews with level staking, but the losses would have been twice as big had I run it under the advised 2pt win 1pt ew staking.
I can only give advice on the three month period under review, and so this has to be failed on the losses acrued. I can’t confirm results prior to the review because I wasn’t proofing the tips at that time, but this tipster seems honest and transparent, so I have no reason to doubt their validity, and it must be said that 300 points profit in the year prior to the review is an excellent return. But for those like me who can’t handle long losing runs, there were several instances of 20 plus losing runs during the review and so this service isn’t for me.