Quentin Franks Racing Review 2020 – Did it live up to its reputation?

Quentin Franks Review

Quentin Franks Racing has performed extremely well for the first two months of the trial.

Has it continued to bring the profits for a third month running?

Quentin Franks Racing Review 

So first off I am going to look at how Quentin Franks Racing service has done to best odds guaranteed bookmakers and getting prices as close as I could to those that are advertised in the emails sent out.

Quentin Franks Review

After 3 months of trialing the service there were 246 bets and a total profit of £1708 was made from stakes between £10 and £30.

Key stats

Bets 246
Total Staked £3,380.00
P/L £1,708.00
ROI 50.53%

Quentin Franks Racing Review – Betfair SP Results

Quenting Franks has performed exceptionally to BOG bookmakers but not everyone has access to these accounts. Betfair SP is available to everyone that can access a Betfair account and during the trial we have measured Quentin Franks to SP prices also.

Quentin Franks Review

After 246 bets the profit to Betfair SP prices was £790.

Key stats

Bets 246
Total Staked £3,380.00
P/L £790.00
ROI 23.37%

 

Starting Banks

£1000 starting banks

Bank One ( Using BOG Bookmakers)

£2708 1708 profit)

Bank Two ( Using Betfair SP)

£1790 (£790 profit)

Final Verdict

The results of Quentin Franks Racing service have been excellent over the 3 month trial period. A 50% return on your investment is exceptional when betting with Best Odds Guaranteed bookmakers.

The fact that the service also made a 23.37% roi to the Betfair SP prices shows that even those limited with the majority of bookmakers can still make a nice profit following this service.

Quentin Franks Racing is an excellent service that offers great value.

The only issue for some maybe getting the odds for BOG bookmakers as they tend to move very quickly. The best way to stay on top of this is to get a gmail account and allow notifications on your desktop or phone so you can react to emails as quick as possible.

The service is consistent and emails are sent out every morning usually between 9-11 am. If there are no bets you might receive an email the day before to tell you so.

I highly recommend this service it is very well run has a good track record with results going back to 2014 and during this trial the results have been exceptional.

It gets a top rating for me.

 

Quentin Franks Racing Review

You can trial Quentin Franks Racing service yourself for 30 days at the cost of £1.99 Here

Update 20/1/2020

Quentin Franks Racing Review Update

In this article I want to show you how you trade these selections and lock in a profit before the race starts or leave yourself with a bet at much greater odds and a lower liability.

Trading Quentin Franks
Quentin Franks Selections for the 13th of January

Quentin Franks Racing Service sends out  selections at around 09.00.

The odds move quite quickly after selections are sent so its important to prepare.

If I am at home I have my laptop open with 3 or 4 bookmakers available in order to get my bets on as soon as selections are sent. There are times when I have just dropped the kids off at school and walking home. In this case I do the same on my phone opening 2 or 3 bookmakers tabs alongside gmail.

Quentin Franks Trading

You can see from the above image that I get my bets on at the advised odds with a little preparation.

Trading Selections

Once the bets are on I go over to Betfair and look for the same markets as the two selections that were sent out.

Trading Quentin Franks

I layed the first selection Elementary about 20 mins after the selections were sent at odds of 3.3.

The screenshot above was taken later on in the day and as you can see if I had waited I would have been able to lay at much lower odds increasing my profit.

Still backing at 3.75 and laying at 3,3  gave me a bet with a very high positive expectation,

My stakes were a back bet of £49.00 at 3.75 which returns £134.75.

A lay bet of £50 at 3.3 which gave me a liability of £115. This meant that I was basically risking the Betfair commission £2.50 (5% of £50) to win £19.75 which gives me effective odds of 8.9 on the horse Elementary winning.

Trading Quentin Franks

Lets look at the second selection Hart Stopper.

I was able to back this at 8.0 with Bet365 risking £50 to win £350. Twenty minutes later I layed this selection at 5.8 where I risk £240 to win £50.

If we break this down as a straight bet I was risking the Betfair commission £2.50 (5% of £50) to win £110 giving me odds of 45.00 on the horse Hart Stopper.

Sometimes you will also benefit from a BOG boost

Another advantage of this method is that sometimes a horse will drift back out in price. In the above example I backed Lady Bacchus at 4.5 with Bet365 and layed it at 3.85 on Betfair. The horse drifted and went off at an SP of 5.5 which resulted in a win of £85 with a risk of only £2.

Quentin Franks Racing Results 2020

Since its inception Quentin Franks has made over £15,000 profit to £10 stakes at advised odds.

Although it can be tough to match quoted odds, with an 18% return on investment there is still room to make a decent profit if you can’t match them exactly. 

In 2020 there is also still the opportunity to trade the selections as noted above to lock in a guaranteed profit and reduce variance.

Quentin Franks still remains one of the best horse racing tipster services available.

Conclusion

In this Quentin Franks Racing review we have shown a very low variance way of betting the selections which might suit people that prefer trading. There is also the ability of trading Quentin Franks Racing selections for a guaranteed profit before the race starts using the above strategy.

Quentin Franks Racing offers a trial of 30 days for £1.99, using this strategy you will easily cover that and should make a very nice profit with a much lower risk then if you bet in the standard way.

Click Here To Trial Quentin Franks Racing for 30 days at the cost of just £1.99

Trading Quentin Franks

Betting Tipster Reviews – Who Can You Trust?

Betting Tipster Reviews – Who Can You Trust?

When I was at university. I found myself one summer with a spare few thousand pounds. From a student grant that I was lucky enough to have.

My interest in sports betting was just beginning and I came across a betting review site.

This site recommend a service called the “sports betting professor.” It was a service that focused on American sports. Being fairly naive at the time I jumped in and followed the progressive staking system it advised. Lost a decent amount of money and wondered why it hadn’t worked.

I then tried another recommended system from the same review site.

Again I had the same results it lost a bunch of money and I realised I was out of my depth. Or possibly the review site wasn’t being as honest as they claimed.

Betting Tipster Reviews

In hindsight these betting services were terrible and had no edge at all. They were being recommended purely on the basis of affiliate commissions.

After this I started to study sports betting, sports trading and poker. Figuring out how to actually make money from gambling. What was really required, learning about proper bankroll management, variance and the importance of finding value. 

It took me probably a year or two later before I joined another service. I put a bit more research into it this time. On the recommendation of a couple of review sites I joined profit maximiser. Which ended up recouping the losses I had made in the previous years from shoddy services and allowed my betting bankroll to grow at a crazy rate.

So I have both been burnt by betting review sites and also seen the benefit when they are done properly.

Betting Tipster Review Sites – How Do They Work?

Lets look at how a legitimate review works.

  1. They approach the vendor of a product/service related to their website. Or the vendor approaches them.
  2. The site trials the product/service for a certain length of time.
  3. They write an honest review of the service. Give it a recommendation if it offers value or state that it isn’t very good and there are better alternatives.
  4. Receive commission on the sale of the product if a purchaser comes through their site.

That is basically how most legitimate review sites function. They try to build trust with their readers. In the likely hood that if they purchase something that offers value they are much more likely to buy something recommended by the site in the future.

This is the model I use to create revenue for this site. I am actively betting and trading on sports on a daily basis. So I do use a lot of trading and betting services.

If I see something that looks legitimate and offers value. I will often approach the seller to ask if I can write a review and put it on the site.

Also I put up betting reviews of the services I continue to use on a regular basis.

However not all review sites work this way.

Scam Review Sites

Not all sites use this model.

From my experience I have seen some review sites that are not legitimate. Some are created by the same person that is selling a service/product.

Lets say for example someone is selling a horse lay betting service. They create a fake review site and give this product an excellent review. Then leave multiple fake comments below all saying how great the service is and how much money they are all making. Creating review websites to present a false impression of the product they are trying to sell.

This does happen.

Unfortunately some of these scam sites are quite intricate. A level above the usual email from a Nigerian Prince. Who needs £1000 so he get back the £500,000 he left in his secret cave back in some imaginary Island. Which he’ll gladly split with you 50/50 if you assist him.

Betting Tipster Reviews

I would like to name this site and the products they are selling. Which I have done previously but due to the threat of legal action I removed it. Even though I don’t think they really had a case. Like most people I would rather not have to spend time going through a legal case.When there are other things I would much rather be doing.

What I can do however is list the betting review sites that I have used and find to be fairly honest in their assessment of sports betting tipsters and services.

Betting Review Sites I UseBetting Tipster Reviews

LAY BACK AND GET RICH

Laybackandgetrich is a betting and trading review site that has been around since 2011. This is a site that I have found to give a pretty honest assessment of tipsters and betting services. It was on the advice of this site that I joined the first service I made good money with

What I like about this site is they don’t block out negative comments left on services they are reviewing or may have recommended. The site has an active community in the comments section. Which allows good discussions about services. 

If I am ever looking at a tipster or betting service I will normally check this site for their opinion.

Honest Betting Reviews

HONEST BETTING REVIEWS

If you were looking to learn to build a site around a specific niche and get a good ranking. Honest betting reviews is a really good site to look at. This is a site that is designed really well and dominates the search ranking when it comes to betting reviews.

However the most important question is are they really honest?

From my experience with the services I have used and they have reviewed. It is a site that does a good job of assessing the profitability of a betting tipster or service. 

When they recommend a service they provide future updates on its performance. Which is a really good aspect as betting services can often go on good runs in a short period of time. So extended trial are always a good sign for of a decent review sites.

Secret Betting Club

Secret Betting Club

The Secret Betting Club is a bit different to most review sites. They don’t use an affiliate model from the tipsters or betting services they review. Instead they use a subscription service which means you have to pay to access their magazine and some aspects of their website.

Why would you pay?

You might wonder why you would pay for a review service when so many do it for free. Well the Secret Betting Club do the most thorough and useful betting reviews on the internet in my opinion. Where as some sites may leave out certain aspects of a service in order to get that affiliate commission. The Secret Betting Club will note every negative aspect of a service and give a much more unbiased overview of a service.

Perhaps the biggest positive of the Secret Betting Club. Is that they provide an excellent education in making money from sports betting. There is a lot of really good articles on their website regarding all the aspects of betting and the mentality needed to be a successful sports bettor.

Betting Tipster Review Sites Conclusion

Overall I don’t think you should ever rely completely on the word of a betting tipster review site. But they are certainly a good resource for highlighting betting services that might potentially be profitable.

It is best to educate yourself on the world of sports betting and sports trading. This way you can often see quite quickly whether a service is legitimate.

  • Are results recorded clearly and with more then one bookmaker?
  • Do they focus on long term results or just brag about short term winners?
  • Is there a refund policy or free trial?

Ultimately I think  legitimate betting tipster and service review sites are very useful.

They can save you a huge amount of time when looking for profitable betting services. However you should also make sure you do your research on both the review site and the service they are recommending.

Before parting with your hard earned money. 

The Bad Man Tipster – How He Profits When You Lose

The bad man tipster – how he profits when you lose

I met up with an old friend recently who shares a an interest in sports betting much like me. He started to tell me how he was following a tipsters that turns £25 into a £1000.

“What’s his name,” I asked.

“The bad man tipster.” He replied.

So it peaked my interest and I thought I would do a little research.

The Bad Man Tipster – Scam Or Legit?

Now if read my blog you might have seen why social media tipsters want you to lose.

You probably already know what I am going to write. These tipsters basically work for bookmakers in essence and want to you to lose.

The Badman Tipster makes money when you lose. If you actually make money then he doesn’t make a penny. 

He works as an affiliate for bookmakers and makes a commission on the losses of every punter he sends. If he only sends winning punters then he doesn’t make any money at all.

The Casual Gambler reports that he lost 57, £25-£1000 challenges in a row. This would have lost £1425 for anyone following his selections. In honesty though the losses since his inception will in my opinion likely be far more. Tipsters that run this sort of business model will never track their record publicly or proof it anywhere.

Why?

Because its in their best interest not to. They don’t want to document how much money people are losing following their bets. 

The Bad Man Tipster Odds

Another shady aspect of this tipster is that they don’t even post the odds they bet at.

Badman Tipster

“I recommend placing the bet between odds of 1.25 (1/4) and 1.50 (1/2).”  (The Bad Man Tipster)

Obviously there is a huge difference between winning a bet at 1.25 or 1.5. Especially when you are rolling over your bankroll for the next bet. Putting such a wide margin of odds on their selections means they can easily manipulate a challenge.

If the goal comes late they can claim they got on at 1.5, if a goal is scored instantly they took it at 1.25.

There is just no transparency and its obviously easy for them claim what they want.

You will also see that he only states Bet365 as an option for the bet.

If you are serious about turning a profit from your betting you need to find the best odds for every bet. Often you will find that Bet365 don’t have the best in-play odds and you would have been better off betting at a betting exchange like Betfair.

But as Bet365 are the best bookmaker for tipsters that make money as affiliates. You won’t see them touting the best odds for each selection.

Again when they get paid for your losses why would they want show you how to give yourself the best chance of being profitable.

Affiliate Tipsters

There are thousands of these tipsters around. All pushing affiliate links and doing silly challenges.

My advice is don’t follow any of them.

Unless you are fine with giving money to a guy that provides losing betting tips.

For me personally its like paying someone £20 to come and kick me in the balls. Hoping there’s a tiny chance that they slip knock themselves unconscious and £1000 falls out of their pocket in the process.

Its just a bit silly.

The Bad Man Tipster
A lot of affiliate tipsters are not interested in providing profitable tips. They are driven by greed.

The truth about successful sports betting is that is a long grind. Its about finding value bets and gradually increasing your bankroll over time.

You can’t turn £25 into £1000 with ease. Rolling over your stake after each bet is never a good idea.

What these tipster affiliates do is play on human nature.

People want to win big and they want it quickly. So whilst dangling the carrot of “12 bets and you will win £1000” seems appealing. Over the long term your going to lose a lot of money chasing that £1000.

Sure you might get lucky but the odds are against you.

Some of these tipsters have massive followings.

For example The Badman Tipster has 55k followers on twitter and 336k followers on Facebook. So you can imagine how much money these guys make from giving losing tips.

Stack The Odds In Your Favour

If you really want to make money from sports betting.

Then you should look at matched betting.

This is a legitimate low risk way of consistently making profits from the sports betting markets. Thousands of pounds in profit are actually out there if you are prepared to spend a little time on it.

It is as close to risk free betting as you can get.

I can promise you that it is a much more effective way of money betting rather then following these tipsters.

Here is an article explaining exactly how matched betting works.

In the meantime please share this article with anyone that follows these clown tipsters.

It would be cool if what these people do could become common knowledge.

People would lose a lot less money following these individuals and in turn these tipsters would make much much less from their shady affiliate deals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Football Guru Review – Does It Make Money?

I have been testing out the betting gods tipster The Football Guru since the 8th of February. A total of 549 bets have be sent in this time. This is a tipster service from betting gods which focuses unsurprisingly on football.

The Football Guru focuses on the top European leagues along with English leagues. The service tips in many secondary markets alongside the more popular match odds markets. 

The Football Guru Review

Updated 29/05/2018

Since the original review the Football Guru has made a few changes and has continued to make impressive profits. In the original Football Guru review it was noted that they were including the Bet365 in-play offer. On a positive note this is no longer the case.

The last Bet365 offer included in results was in April 2017.

The Football Guru Review

I have continued to follow the Football Guru service after the initial review as it was a service that showed promise.

The Football Guru is a service that requires a long term approach but its overall results speak for themselves.

The Football Guru Review

With the positive changes made to the service and its consistent profits over a two year period. I am increasing The Football Guru to a recommended rating.

Original Football Guru Review

Lets take a look at the most important aspect of any review, the results. Results are recorded using £10 per point with the recommended 100 point betting bank.

The Football Guru Review

Key Stats

Bets 549
Total Staked £9,557.40
P/L £480.00
ROI 5%

Results have ended on a good note with a decent profit being made. You can see from the graph above however that this is a fairly volatile service. There are some quite large swings in the profit and loss graph.  

After a profitable start with the service reaching +£371 after 260 bets. It a hit a low of -£268 by 453 bets before sharply recovering and going on to record a profit of £480 by the end of the trial.

The Football Guru advises a lot of accumulator bets. Ranging from standard trebles or fourfolds to goliath bets. You can see that this creates a lot of spikes in the profit and loss column.

I have never been a fan of high variance betting so I also recorded results without any of the high selection accumulators. Doubles were the largest combination bet included.

The Football Guru Results – No Accumulators

The Football Guru Review

Although you still see the same graph shape as the initial one, it didn’t suffer from as large a drawdown. Its a much smoother looking graph.

Also removing any selections above a double resulted in increased profits, as a total of £539 was made. It does seem that should you want to, you could remove some of the volatility involved in following this service. And the service would continue to be profitable.

My plan is to continue following this service using this method.

Starting Banks

£1000 starting banks

Bank One ( Including Accumulator Bets)

£1480480 profit)

Bank Two ( Nothing higher the a double bet)

£1539539 profit)

The Football Guru Review – Conclusion

I like the Football Guru. It’s a service that I initially had doubts about but its results speak for itself.

The service is well run. Odds are relatively easy to achieve and often you can match or better them with betting exchanges. You receive an email everyday to inform you of the selections. One thing that I feel could be improved is the timing of these emails. Emails are not sent at a specific time so you don’t really know when to expect them. 

It would be good if selections could be sent at specific time frames. Having said that odds don’t get crushed as soon as emails are sent out which is a positive. 

The Football Guru tips at UK orientated bookmakers such as Bet365, William Hill, Betway etc. One bookmaker that seemed to be used very often was Betstars so it is beneficial if you have them available. However you can also follow the majority of his selections with the betting exchanges. For those people that are limited from most bookmakers.

Does The Football Guru Offer Good Value?

In my opinion at £30 a month you get your value for money. The service is a high volume one with an average of 110-130 selections a month being sent out. The in-play part of the service is also a good addition. This is in the form of a chat room where selections are sent out for live games. Normally on a Saturday when there is a busy schedule.

To conclude I will be looking to add the Football Guru to my betting portfolio. If it can continue to provide solid profits. Its relatively easy to follow, has a historic return on investment of 11% over 2000 bets and I have found the odds quoted attainable.

Having looked the Football Guru’s historic results however they do include the Bet365 bet £50 get £50 in play offer. This is the one negative point I should make about this service. As this does boost the stated roi quite a lot.

However if you remove profit made from this offer. Which was £1074 there is still a healthy profit of £2697 since the service started.

You can trial this service yourself for 30 days at the cost of £1. If you are looking for a football service that makes money long term this is one you should consider.

Click here for the official site of The Football Guru

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Recommended Tipster Results 2016 – Quentin Franks Racing

Quentin Franks Racing performed impressively when we started our review back in August.

Lets take a look at its results for 2016 as a whole since we started betting with Quentin Franks Racing.

Recommended Tipster Results 2016 – Quentin Franks Racing

Quentin Franks Results 2016
Results to bookmakers with best odds guarantee

I started following Quentin Franks Racing on the 4th of August. The total number of bets for this period up until the end of 2016 were 378.

The service produced profits of £2583 to £10 stakes using bookmakers with the best odds guarantee. The return on investment for Quentin Franks was a phenomenal 47.8%.

Key stats

Bets

378

Total Staked

£5400

P/L

£2583

ROI

47.8%

Not everybody is able to bet with bookmakers that offer the best odds guaranteed promotion and some people cannot bet with bookmakers at all.

How then did Quentin Franks Racing do to Betfair SP prices with is available to everyone with a Befair account?

Quentin Franks Racing Results Betfair SP

Betting to the Betfair SP shows a lower profit which would be expected but the service still generated £891 profit which is very impressive.

Key stats

Bets

378

Total Staked

£5400

P/L

£891

ROI

16.5%

Do you still recommend Quentin Franks Racing going into 2017?

Quentin Franks Racing service is excellent so I have no problem recommending it going into 2017. There are multiple ways of profiting from the service by backing at bookmakers, Betfair SP or backing the selections when they are released and then laying them later on Betfair at a lower price for guaranteed profit.

The service has been very consistent and there have been no large draw downs or worrying periods as you can see from the graphs above.

Any major concerns about the service?

If you betting with the bookmakers you have to act quickly to get the best odds possible.

This just takes a little bit of planning. Set up notifications on your gmail account, login in to a few bookmakers before 09.00, wait for the email to arrive and a get your bets on.

Quentin Franks is an excellent service that you should really consider adding to your portfolio.

You can trial Quentin Franks Racing for 30 days at the cost of just £1 here.

Quentin Franks Racing Review

Banker Bets Review 2020 – Do Small Consistent Profits Add Up?

Banker Bets Results 2016

Updated 29/7/2017

Banker Bets Review 2017

I have been following the Banker Bets service since February 2016. In this time there have been 786 bets. A profit of £2197 has been made from stakes of £100.

Banker Bets Review

The service is still as easy to follow as I noted in the original review. It is very low maintenance and easy to get your bets on.

Banker Bets isn’t a service that will make you rich overnight. However if you are happy to invest some money and watch it steadily grow over a couple of years. This a service that you really should consider looking at.

I am still very happy to recommend Banker Bets.

Key stats

Bets 786
Total Staked £78600
P/L £2197
ROI 2.8%

Updated 9/1/2017

Banker Bets Review

Recommended Tipster Results 2016 – Banker Bets

Banker Bets Review
Banker Bets Results 2016 to £100 stakes

I completed our original Banker Bets review in May. Lets look at the service for the whole of 2016.

I started following the Banker Bets service on the 17th of February, from this time until the end of the year there were 524 selections.

The service produced a profit of £1789 to £100 stakes with a return on investment of 3.4%.

Key stats

Bets 524
Total Staked £52400
P/L £1789
ROI 3.4%

Banker Bets Review

Do you still recommend Banker Bets going into 2017?

If you look at the graph above you can see that it was pretty easy going early on in the year. I reached over £2000 profit in July and then there was a sharp downturn.

In August the draw down reached its lowest point although still showing £897 profit and the service spent the rest of the year slowing rebuilding. This is the nature of betting and like I have written numerous times it is a long term game.

Any major concerns about the service?

Banker bets has made some changes to the service as it now focuses solely on football. In the past the service had also included selections for Basketball, tennis and american football. The change was made as the service provider found that it was football that was carrying the service.

This seems like a good idea as from only betting the football selection my own results showed a profit of £2240 an increase of £451.

The one thing I would note is that the service recommends a 10 point bank (10 x £100 – £1000). Given the that there was a period this year which had a draw down of over £1000 it would be advisable to have a larger starting bank then this.

I have no concerns about this service. The service itself has been running for 3 profitable years.

The man behind it John Baker records his odds at the average available which really lowers his official results from what is achievable by seeking the best odds available.

You don’t really see any other services doing this and in my own exchanges with John have found him to be very transparent and honest.

Banker bets review

I will be using Banker Bets going into 2017 as it is an easy service to follow and most importantly has shown to be a profitable service to follow.

If you think that Banker Bets might be a good addition to your betting portfolio click here.

Affiliate disclaimer 

(This article features affiliate links. This means that if you choose to make a purchase, I will earn a commission. This commission comes at no additional cost to you. I use or have used any product I review. If I recommend them it is because I believe they are helpful, useful and offer value to their customers. Please do not spend any money on these products unless you feel they will give you value or that they will help you achieve your goals.)

Original Review

So after 4 months of testing has Banker Bets lived up to its reputation as a solid tipster service that produces steady profits?

Banker Bets Review

Banker Bets has produced profits month after month. An initial starting bank of £1000 now stands at £3032 showing a profit of £2032 to level stakes of £100.

Over a period of 4 months there were 186 bets, 27 losing bets and 159 winning bets at average odds of 1.29. The total amount bet over this period was £18600 with a profit £2032 which is a 10.9% return on your investment.

Banker Bets Review

Banker Bets Review

The Good

There is a lot to like about a service like Banker Bets.

Emails are sent every morning with the selections and a write up indicating why they are value bets. If there are no bets you will still receive an email to tell you there are no bets for the day.

The service is very profitable and has been profitable for a number of years. During the review I never felt like my bank was in danger. It only briefly dropped into the negative early in the trial for the sum of -£62 before rallying back.

The odds sent out by Banker Bets are easily achievable and the majority of the time you can better them using the betting exchanges.

I loved the consistency of this service from its morning emails to its results its a very easy service to follow and profit from.

The Bad

Its tough for me to find anything bad about this service. The only thing I would say is that you would need a minimum bank of around £500 to overcome the subscription fees and still see a nice profit.

However you should be able to easily build up a bank of £500 or more through matched betting and arbitrage.

I highly recommend Banker Bets and give it a 5 star rating.

It is an easy service to follow you simply place your bets and leave it. The service has shown profits over a three year period. As an investment in sports betting it is one of the very best.

I would recommend if you are serious about making money from sports betting you consider Banker Bets and see if suits your style of of betting.