Offered under the Betting Gods umbrella of tipster services, High Rollers Betting is a horse racing tipster service that provides selections with longer odds.
What is the product?
High Rollers Betting is a daily horse racing tipster service that The Betting Gods say has been established with the goal of providing profits on a consistent basis. The selections themselves are sent out by email to subscribers each morning, usually before 10am. Unfortunately the selection process itself isn’t something that the Betting Gods team look at in any real detail, simply stating that selections are heavily researched. This is a point of contention for me personally as I like to have an idea what I’m paying for. As a service High Rollers Betting is rather high volume with 125-130 bets per month advertised as the average however it is worth keeping in mind that some days can produce more than double the daily average number of bets.
I have touched upon the fact that High Rollers Betting is based around long odds however the extent of this is something that needs to be covered. The fact is that whilst I do not have a specific average, I would say that most of High Rollers Bettings bets are odds over 5.0 going as high as the 25.0+ mark. As you would expect this does have an effect on the strike rate which sands at just 23.93%.
This in its own rights wouldn’t be too bad for a tipster service however High Rollers Betting does operate a staking plan that means betting up to 5 points on a given selection.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
The Betting Gods are currently offering High Rollers Betting on a monthly subscription at a cost of £29.95, a quarterly subscription at a cost of £69.95 and a lifetime subscription at a cost of £149.95. This lifetime package ensures you selections for the lifetime of High Rollers Betting and is guaranteed to run for at least 12 months. As with all their services Betting Gods also provide a 14 day free trial of High Rollers Betting as well as offering a 60 day money back guarantee should you be unhappy with the service.
In terms of the income potential, High Rollers Betting has made 144.02 points of profit since its launch in June. It is worth noting however that at the time of writing, October is currently registering a loss.
Does the product provide value for money?
I feel that there are strong pros and cons to High Rollers Betting and as such I wouldn’t say it necessarily represents value for money however I also don’t think it’s a terrible service.
High Rollers Betting is something of a high risk option to me. This is clearly the kind of tipster service that is aimed at those who like a rush when a win comes in, something that is backed up by big odds and a low strike rate. This is further evidenced by the staking plan and frequent losing streaks.
All of that aside though High Rollers Betting is currently in profit and comes with plenty of time to see if you could make it work for you. With that in mind I’d keep it on my radar but I wouldn’t expect too much.