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Super Lucky 15 Review Betfan

Super Lucky 15 is a new horse racing tipster service provided by Tipster TV in conjunction with a tipster referred to only as James. It takes advantage of a specialist bet to make a profit.

What does the product offer?

As Betfan continue to expand and diversify the types of tipster services that they offer, things like Super Lucky 15 seem to be increasingly getting attention. Viewed purely in terms of the logistics, Super Lucky 15 doesn’t really stand out too much. There are selections generated on a near daily basis (there is just the odd day where no selections are issued) and are sent out via email.

What does stand out about Super Lucky 15 is the way that you bet. All bets that Super Lucky 15 tips are Lucky 15 bets, a specialist type of bet that essentially involves compounding 15 different bets into one, although you will only receive one such bet per day.

Based off recommended staking plan of 1 point per bet, this means that you will ultimately be betting 15 points per day. Whilst there is unfortunately no published strike rate for Super Lucky 15, I would personally keep my expectations low.

How does the product work?

James simply says that his selection process is “TOP SECRET” which is rather disappointing as I would personally have liked to have seen more information available.

I don’t ever expect a tipster to divulge their secrets however I do also feel that it is important for subscribers to get some idea, if only to ensure that a tipster isn’t simply guessing at random. In terms of the Lucky 15 bet that Super Lucky 15 concerns itself with, this involves taking 4 horses and backing them as 4 singles, 6 doubles, 4 trebles and a fourfold.

What is the initial investment?

At the time of writing there are two options available if you want to sign up for Super Lucky 15. These are a monthly subscription at a cost of £25 per month or alternatively, you can sign up for a quarter at a cost of just £45.

As Super Lucky 15 is sold through Tipster TV who are a part of the Betfan group, there is no real money back guarantee in place unfortunately.

What is the rate of return?

Since it went live in July, Super Lucky 15 has produced an overall profit of 206.57 points. It is worth noting however that the service was able to attain this figure in just a few months, after which it has maintained performance.

Conclusion

It would appear that the Betfan group is trying to diversify their portfolio of tipsters as Super Lucky 15 isn’t the first recent product that moves away from more traditional bets.

The fact is that so far, Super Lucky 15 has performed pretty strongly and would seemingly “be due” a big win. The problem with a service like x is that it can take a long time to before you get the kind of win that lets you take home a real profit. This means that you can, generally speaking, expect to lose money through Super Lucky 15 until then.

This may suit some people, and the reality is that smaller bets coming in will help you to balance the books, however Super Lucky 15 does take time and dedication before you can start taking money out of it.

 

 

 
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  1. Michael Carruthers

    I have just finished being an each way member but lm interested in your lucky 15 bet could you
    please send me info where l will join the service

  2. Phil B

    Lucky 15, 4 selections, 4 single bets, 6 doubles, 4 trebles and a four-fold accumulator.
    Similar to a ‘Yankee’ which is exactly the same but without the 4 single bets.

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