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Let’s Shout About Profits

Given our post last week we obviously touched on a point which it seems a few people feel is worthy of discussion and that is the way profits are reported on services when under review.

We all like to give a positive picture on things but being realistic there are times when that positive picture is undoubtedly being viewed through a murky window and much of the detail of what we are looking at can be lost.

Many services will report based on the “advised stakes” and “advised odds”.

“Advised stakes” we have no problem with as if the selection is one which is particularly favoured it makes perfect sense to up the stakes.

“Advised Odds” we have to allow this too but we also need to be aware that many a person finds it difficult to achieve the odds often quoted with some of the traditional bookmakers. At the end of the day though if one subscriber manages to match the price quoted then it is considered a fair reflection however galling it may be to those of us not in that particularly fortunate position.

Sometimes we need to look a little deeper to see the true merits of any product or service on offer so we thought we’d take a snapshot of the past 30 days and compare profits quoted based on the various price parameters available to us.Continue Reading


Fantastic Eights

The On Course Profits list of tipsters is updated weekly to highlight those services which are currently offering a healthy strike rate and demonstrate that they can provide consistent profitability.

All tipster results are based on Best Odds Guaranteed prices and results for the last 30days.

All prices quoted are at Advised Odds.

1. Fantastic EightsStrike Rate 21% ROI 84%
Fantastic Eights continue to add to their winning streak with winners this week from What A Lark 9/2, Strands Of Silk 7/2, Mister Brightside 5/2 and Ocean Jive 12/1, plus a couple of other small priced winners earlier in the week. Let’s hope this isn’t just a very nice purple patch and that they have actually hit on that winning formula we are all looking for.
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2. Flat AttackStrike Rate 25% ROI 52%
Flat Attack has had some highs and lows in August yet overall they have remained in healthy profit with more than 90 points profit in the last 30 days. Things have been pretty quiet on the selections front but they did put up a selection on 26th, Baby Ballerina 3/1 and pulled in a further 12 points profit on their advised stakes.
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The Trainer Stats Recap

Yesterday’s Betting Insiders Club Portfolio racing tip was a winner being backed in to 15/8F.

Today Nick from the Betting Insiders team is today giving us a recap of some of the trainer stats for today’s racing over at Hamilton and Ffos Las.

Last week’s post was frustrating as our pick for the Ebor turned out to be a non-runner. This week we look at some more trainer statistics and also have a recap on some of the trainer stats we have covered in the past.

David Brown has an excellent recent record at Hamilton. In the last 2 years he has sent out 6 winners from 14 runners at a strike rate of 43% and recorded a level stakes profit of £14.00. This year his runners are 4-11 (which is still a healthy 36% strike rate) and backing all 11 runners would have returned a profit of £8.00 to £1 stakes.

At the time of writing his Friday entries are Sir Jack Layden and Henry Morgan.

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Sri Lanka v India 3rd Test: Hosts Can Do It Even Without Sanga

In years to come this Series will be remembered for the fact that it was the last in which Sri Lankan legend Kumar Sangakkara took part. This is not the time or the place to pay homage to the brilliant left-hander but suffice to say it may well take Sri Lanka years and years to replace him. If at all.

Sangakarra decided the Second Test in this Series would be his last meaning that he won’t be around when Sri Lanka and India contest the Third Test in Colombo, starting on Friday morning. The Series is currently tied at 1-1 after Sri Lanka won the First Test at Galle by 63 runs and India hit back in the Second Test at Colombo, winning by the huge margin of 278 runs.

India start the Third Test as warm favourites – India 2.6, Sri Lanka 4.0, and the draw 2.37 -and that probably has a lot to do with the Sangakarra-shaped gap in the all-important Number 3 slot. But India have plenty of problems of their own. Wicket-keeper Wriddhiman Saha and opener Murali Vijay will miss the final Test through injury, joining classy opener Shikhar Dawan on the sidelines who was injured in the First Test and missed the Second.

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