Offered as a part of the Betfan stable of tipsters, The Gambling Don is a horse racing tipster service that has consistently profited of a considerable amount of time.
What is the product?
The Gambling Don is a fairly typical tipster service by all accounts. It provides daily selections for horse races from around the UK with bets usually being a mixture of win bets and each way. The Gambling Don subscribers can typically expect 1-4 selections each day which as of January 2014 have achieved a strike rate of around about 30%. The selections seem to be drawn from two different aspects, the first being the experience of The Gambling Don and the second being a network of informers. These have been accumulated during The Gambling Don’s alleged twenty years of horse racing betting experience, a factor which Betfan say made him a must have for their betting stable.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
The Gambling Don is available for £58 per month, £130 per quarter or £199 for 6 months. There is no real money back guarantee in place as Betfan do not provide anything like this however you can still submit a request for one, I just wouldn’t hold my breath. In terms of the rate of return, over the last 2 years that The Gambling Don has been operational it has produced an overall profit of 1180.73 points. This amounts to almost £500 per month to £10 stakes. 2014 has been particularly successful with one losing month in 8 and current points that fall just shy of 500 points.
Does the product provide value for money?
If you can afford the cost of The Gambling Don which I admit are a little prohibitive, then it looks to be a pretty sound investment.
All things considered The Gambling Don has performed very well over a long period of time. 2 years and a consistent profit are the kinds of results that I think most tipsters would love to achieve but the fact is that few do. Whilst The Gambling Don is expensive I feel that it is justified given the results. The Gambling Don would make an excellent addition to any large betting portfolio however you would have to have a large betting bank as pretty big stakes would be required to make this really profitable.