Archive for July 2015

The Glorious Goodwood Battle Review Betfan

Offered through the Betfan group, Glorious Goodwood Battle is a specialist tipster service that brings together Simon Holden and Andy Bell to provide their selections for the festival.

What is the product?

Glorious Goodwood Battle is a new product from Betfan that has been created to divert the attention of two of their longest running tipsters specifically to the upcoming Goodwood festival. Simon Holden and Andy Bell are handling the selection process and with both of these tipsters claiming to spend their time at the track and mingling with “those in the know”, it seems quite likely that Glorious Goodwood Battle will draw heavily on their respective contacts (however this is rather speculative on my behalf). The service is only for the week that Goodwood is on however during this you get the selections of both tipsters with Betfan cleverly labelling Glorious Goodwood Battle the battle of the egos. Read more

The Sommerton Cash Profit System Review

Created by Jim Sommerton and published by Streetwise News, The Sommerton Cash Profit System is a guide to making money through reselling of a certain niche of product.

What is the product?

The Sommerton Cash Profit System comes as a physical copy of the guide which according to Jim Sommerton contains everything that you need in order to get started with a full on business in this market (he claims to only work part time as he like his full time job). What The Sommerton Cash Profit System provides is more of an insight into a certain niche rather than offering you a complete how to. This isn’t too much of a problem however as most of the reselling is handled though eBay. Whilst I can’t really disclose what “the item” is, you can probably deduce it easily enough knowing that “most people wouldn’t recognise them” and that they are mostly bought by people between the ages of “25 and 50” and finally, the rather romantic claim that The Sommerton Cash Profit System shows you how to sell nostalgia. Read more

Elite Racing Network Review

Created by James Fitzmaurice, Malcolm Pett and Ross Turner, Elite Racing Network is a soon to be launched horse racing betting system that will allegedly “change everything”.

What is the product?

There is plenty of hype about Elite Racing Network and what it is and it is worth repeating that this is still in prelaunch so not all the information is out there. That having been said, James Fitzmaurice, Malcolm Pett and Ross Turner have given away enough information to build a pretty good idea of what Elite Racing Network entails (something that some fully launched products fail with). At the core of Elite Racing Network is “The Edge” which is described as the foundation of the methodology and the reason that you can’t fail to make money. I will explore what this does however I have to look more at Elite Racing Network as a product first. Read more

Horse Racing Tipping Club Service Review

Offered by Castle Sporting Services Ltd., Horse Racing Tipping Club Service 1 and 2 are different tipster services that both seem to be heavily linked, despite being separate.

What is the product?

Horse Racing Tipping Club Service is the name for the two tipster services that are offered by Castle Sporting Services Ltd. a company that specialise in providing horse racing systems. Horse Racing Tipping Club Service 1 is the more long standing of the two having operated as an independent tipster service since 2011. Horse Racing Tipping Club Service 2 on the other hand has been operational for 11 months during which it has allegedly proven a considerable success. Castle Sporting Services Ltd. provide very little information about how exactly either of Horse Racing Tipping Club Services work although they do offer more insight into Service 1 than 2. Service 1 is claimed to be a value based affair however outside of this snippet there is very little else provided. Read more

Stable Kings Review James Talbot Andy Savage

Created by James Talbot in conjunction with his betting partner Andy Savage, Stable Kings is a horse racing tipster service that is claimed to be released to just a handful of people.

What is the product?

Stable Kings is a horse racing tipster service that on the surface of things appears to be a fairly typical example. James Talbot claims that selections are a daily affair which are sent directly to users via email. The selection process for Stable Kings has more to do with his business partner, Andy Savage who is allegedly the son of a horse racing trainer who passed on everything that he knew. After James Talbot lost his redundancy pay on horse racing, a chance discussion allegedly brought the two together. Since then they have developed a strategy which is used to identify the selections for Stable Kings. Nowadays, James Talbot is claiming to be a millionaire punter who refers to himself as a Guru in the affiliate marketing emails. In terms of the service itself, you will probably not be surprised to find that Stable Kings offers no proofing and very little information. In fact, the only thing that is said is an unsubstantiated claim about winning a “huge percentage” of bets and that these are win bets to level stakes. Read more

The Round Table Service Review

Created by a tipster known only as Jack and currently marketed under  Bet Kudos (a part of the Betfan group), The Round Table Service is a relatively new horse racing tipster service.

What is the product?

The Round Table Service is a new horse racing tipster service that is yet another graduate of the Tipster Planet website that Betfan operate. The service is pretty straight forward albeit with a high volume of bets each day (seven a day doesn’t seem to be that uncommon). Bets themselves are a combination of different types with Jack mainly looking at single bets with some doubles and trixies thrown in to boost the winnings. The selection process is not something that is discussed in any detail which is rather unfortunate. Instead Jack and Bet Kudos spend a lot of the sales page talking about how so many punters lose because they follow a random tipster or lack a firm investment plan and strategy. Read more

The Big Drop Review Jim Rickards

Written by Jim Rickards in conjunction with David Stevenson of Agora Lifestyles (who are also the publisher), The Big Drop explores the economic future of Britain and relevant investments.

What is the product?

The Big Drop is a follow up book by well known author and global finance expert Jim Rickards. The book is something of a follow up to his previous best sellers, Currency Wars and The Death of Money, both of which provided a look into a possible economic future. The Big Drop also explores this but the focus is more on Britain as opposed to the United States. The focus is on an upcoming event that could destabilise the pound and how this would have an impact on British financial markets. To be fair to Jim Rickards, all of this is an interesting proposition and it is clear that this is a topic that he knows well and is well researched. Read more

Golf Profiteer Review

Allegedly operated by a tipster called Carl, Golf Profiteer is a golf based tipping service that claims to be able to profit by betting in certain markets.

What is the product?

Golf Profiteer is a golf based tipster service that according to “Carl” the creator, makes specialised selections in the “wonderful” sport of golf. In terms of the selection process Golf Profiteer allegedly draws on Carl’s “natural flair for golfing profits”. Furthermore, the whole process is claimed to be based around a ratings system that incorporates physical and mental attributes which are then compared with various external factors. All of this sounds pretty impressive however as I shall explore below, I am pretty sure that I’ve heard some of this before now (literally verbatim). In terms of the service, it is claimed that Golf Profiteer will send out tips 6 days a weeks with staking advised upon subscribing. Read more

Betting Income Program Review Tim Cook

Created by Tim Cook, Betting Income Program is a sports betting tipster service that provides users with daily selections from a variety of global sports.

What is the product?

Betting Income Program is a tipster service that provides selections based on creator Tim Cook’s betting system. The system itself is not explored in too much detail which does not surprised me as there is a huge question mark over the whole of Betting Income Program. That aside, I can explore what little information is provided. The system is claimed to be entirely mathematical and created solely by Tim Cook over a long period of time. Because of the nature of the system, parameters can be altered so that Betting Income Program subscribers only receive the best quality selections. In terms of Betting Income Program as a tipster service, there are a massive number of different sports covered from football to cricket to boxing and even Formula 1. Read more

Fiona Clark’s Betting Club – The Knack Review

Created by Fiona Clark and currently being marketed by Bet Kudos, the service is a horse racing tipster service that has successfully enjoyed a stint at Tipster Planet.

What is the product?

The Knack is a horse racing tipster service that draws on Fiona Clark’s claimed substantial experience in horse racing. She claims to have been interested in and betting on the sport since being in her teens although there does appear to be structure to the selection process (although Bet Kudos do not go into too much detail). Amongst the little information that is offered there are two things that stand out. The first is that The Knack seems to be based primarily on statistical analysis as Fiona Clark does say that she spends a lot of time at her computer reviewing the days races. Secondary to this (and no doubt a massive part of the statistical analysis) is the fact that prior to becoming a bettor, Fiona Clark worked at a bookmakers for a spell. Read more

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