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The Day I arrived as a Tipster

19th April 2013. The day I arrived as a tipster.

I had been working for various outlets before that – Sporting Life, Non League Paper, Betfair – as a non league football and women’s tennis betting correspondent. All the time my heart beat on the turf and I’d started a private subscription electronic daily tipping sheet called the Bozmail in which I published my first efforts at tipping horses.

Like most tipsters, I used a combination of form study, observation, race reading and system devising to come up with my daily copy.

It was the latter that struck gold for me.The devising of a system called the ‘shortlist through the card permed accumulator’.

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The importance of breaking even

David Massey is away today so I'm going to fill the gap with some wise words from the brain behind the Bet Less Win More tipping service.

That brain is Gary ‘The Boz' Boswell and the Bet Less Win More service is all about slow and steady profits.

Some might say it's not very exciting when you win a small amount everyday and the gamblers reading will no doubt prefer the excitement of losing runs followed by big winners.

But if you want to make long term profits a little bit most days without ever dropping into the red has a lot going for it.

The excerpts below are taken from an article Gary wrote for the Betting Insiders Club.Read More »The importance of breaking even

Cricket Tips: New Zealand and Windies can defy the odds

The Big Bash has proved a tough nut to crack over the last couple of weeks. Unfortunately, given it’s arguably the most unpredictable, volatile and fickle format of the game, that’s going to happen sometimes.

Well, that’s the bad news out of the way. The good news is that away from the Big Bash there are two international matches going on, so let’s focus on those.


New Zealand v India 1st ODI (starts 02:00)

New Zealand

You could be forgiven for thinking India are a sure thing here. They’re fresh from beating Australia 2-1 in Australia and are the second favourites to win the World Cup this year so there really must be something about them.Read More »Cricket Tips: New Zealand and Windies can defy the odds

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