I thought I’d do a quick post regarding the timing of bets from either, straight tipsters, or systems. Timing of bets may not seem like an important point, but frankly, it is one of the biggest killers of ones ability to make money betting. How
So. You’ve all been lead to believe that betting is a mugs game, right? That you cannot possibly win when betting because ‘the bookie always wins?’ I have some bad news. You’ve (probably) been lied to. What the parenthesis, you ask? Well, the probably is
[Geordie accent] Day five in the big betting couple hoose and the betting bear has been called to the diary room. [/Geordie accent] Terrible Big Brother pun aside, it’s now day five of following this tipster. As we know in this business, the short term
It is, what? 8pm and I’m sitting here – England have just scored against Columbia. Harkens back to the days of me as a youngster, watching the national team; emotionally invested – crying like a baby when we got knocked out again. (Not that we
I was partaking in my usual Twitter catch up while lying in bed and a series of fortunate events lead up to me reading the Twitter feed of tipstrr and in that feed, I came across an advert for a weeks trial of a service.
I felt the timing is perfect right now, for this post. I am regularly asked advice regarding portfolio management and a recent follower expressed dismay and a necessity to ‘reshuffle’ his portfolios due to losing money. I’ll start it simple and with a graph. This
This month’s figures are a bit .. misleading and skewed when it comes to our football tipsters. If you’re aware, at the beginning of the month April, we essentially halved our horse racing portfolio while doubling our football ones, thinking that was a great idea.
I’m not sure if I’ve written an article regarding this explicitly, but I’m seeing so many tweets recently from people; unhappy that the tipster they are following lost a 2/3 point bet or is 10 points down and frankly, the answer is and should always
As mentioned on Twitter, we are now going to be reporting on a daily basis. This is for a few reasons: Accountability of ourselves and our tipsters. More interesting for our readers to see our ups and downs more often. We will be carrying the
A favourite tipster of mine has decided to stop tipping and as such, I now have space in my portfolio. I have been filling space so far, with somewhat structured ‘punts’ from decent tipsters on Twitter, however, I think I need something more substantial. I’ll
Here we are, halfway through April and no real idea about how our various tipsters have been performing — I kid, I kid! — I have some general idea. The week wasn’t amazing by any stretch of the imagination. All in all, it was a
Catchy title, right? It’s catchy but true. Good evening friends, I will be your guide for this delightfully entitled post otherwise known as ‘stop caring’ You all know the slogan right? You’re gamblers? We see it plastered everywhere. “When the fun stops, stop” So then,