This is a new service being offered by Max, the man behind the popular Sports Spread Betting.
Subscription costs £25 per month and is processed through Clickbank, so you can safely manage your membership through them.
A starting bank of 50 points is advised and bets will be for between 1-3 points each.
Markets covered are for a named player to have Over/Under x number of shots/passes/tackles etc.
These markets are offered by most of the big firms, but can be tricky to find on their coupons. Thankfully, Max does include the price and the bookie he has used in his email, which at least gives you a good starting point. Most bets seem to be found at Bet365, but we’ve had a few from Ladbrokes too. Must admit, I struggled to find the Ladbrokes ones at first and had to ask Max where they were. I had tracked them down to the #GetAQuote page myself but had been unable to find the exact player & stat advised, I had to scroll further down & expand a drop down menu to find it.
Obviously, that is not a criticism of the service, it’s a moan about poor web design by the bookies and a warning to any new members to have a full scout about when looking for selections.
I ran the review right through until the end of last season. It’s fair to say it was an up and down season for the service, we went on some great winning runs but sadly, those were matched by some pretty bad losing runs.
The bets arrive by email and nearly always follow the format of player’s name followed by Under or Over X amount of tackles/passes/shots etc. The service is very well run from an admin point of and Max comes across as a knowledgable and honest guy. Prices quoted are always available or can be bettered by shopping around. You don’t need specialist bookies for this, they all offer this sort of bet and Max usually quotes Bet365 or Ladbrokes.
I really wanted this service to succeed as it’s an interesting type of betting that I’d not really explored before, but I’m affraid that the season panned out to be a long road that ended up pretty much where we started. The overall bottom line figure was a loss of just under 1 point. Bearing in mind you have to deduct subscription fees from that, there’s no rating available other than FAILED
This service is no longer available.