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5K Summer Score Review

5K Summer Score is a brand new sports betting tipster service which is operated by Rory Naismith (of the 5K Summer Score team). He claims that by following his betting advice, you can expect to turn a substantial profit over the summer period.

Introduction to 5K Summer Score

It’s that time of year where football has finished. And let’s be honest, it’s been a glorious year for the Premier League objectively. Liverpool and Tottenham in the Champions League final, Chelsea and Arsenal in the Europa League final. English football has dominated Europe. As a United fan, it has been less glorious, but that’s a different rant. The point is that as major European football dies down for the off season, where do you turn for your betting? According to Rory Naismith, 5K Summer Score has the answer.

The whole concept of the service is that it is possible to make a decent income betting through the off season on leagues that you wouldn’t perhaps consider. Considering that 5K Summer Score has just a single price point, if it can deliver on this, it will be a strong contender. Just how a big an if is that though?  

What Does 5K Summer Score Offer?

It isn’t very often that I look at an entirely new service and I find myself to be quite impressed with a number of different aspects. This includes the bets that you will be placing which rather uniquely for a service of 5K Summer Score’s ilk, is quite varied. Bets are advised as a combination of single bets on a range of markets from picking out draws to goals markets.

On top of this, there is the added potential to double them up. In fact, Rory Naismith actively encourages this. In terms of the odds, we are also told that 5K Summer Score has an explicit goal not to advise bets that have odds of lower than 1.7. We are also told that in terms of volume of bets, Rory Naismith and his team will send out a up to 3 bets per day, however it appears that this isn’t daily.

This brings me quite nicely into the logistical side of 5K Summer Score which is much less interesting than the betting elements. This is a very typical affair with Rory Naismith issuing selections to subscribers directly via email.

Contained within said email is everything that you need to place said bets, however from what I have seen, you may not find it easy odds wise. As is so often the case, you are simply told to place your bets and collect your profits. With this in mind, as I so often find myself doing, I would recommend Oddschecker if you wanted to follow 5K Summer Score.

Rather unusually for services of the nature of 5K Summer Score, there is a staking plan that is in place. It is not necessarily a complex affair, however that doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Rory Naismith says that all of the numbers that he has quoted are from simple £50 stake which is the recommended level stakes you should be placing on each bet.

You are told however that you can stake considerably more or less than this with 5K Summer Score and it should still work out for you.

Finally, I want to touch on the claimed strike rate. This is something that the sales material for 5K Summer Score does mention, however I personally find it to be very glossed over. Especially when you consider how strong the claim that Rory Naismith is making actually is. Supposedly, the service has a “life-changing 8-10 winning ratio”.

This means a strike rate of 80% for 5K Summer Score, a number that I would expect to see for a lay betting service, not a backing service. It is worth pointing out that (perhaps not surprisingly) there is no real evidence to back up this claimed number outside of a small sample of “proofing”.

How Does 5K Summer Score Work?

Rory Naismith actually goes into quite a lot of detail about how 5K Summer Score works and honestly, it sounds pretty reasonable. He says that the focus of the service is avoiding leagues which are often bet on (citing the Premier League as an example) as there is little value in the odds  We are then told that using data on more than 60 different leagues, he has “ isolated the “GOAL-RICH” leagues that are on during the Summer break”. So far so good right?

I mentioned that Rory Naismith is a part of a wider team a little earlier and that is another key part of how 5K Summer Score is supposed to work. Having narrowed down the leagues that they bet on, we are told that a group of 8 members cross check their predictions using “over 3 dozen online forums”. This doesn’t really go into how they actually identify their own predictions however, point that honestly, I find to be somewhat concerning.

What is the Initial Investment?

At the time of writing, Rory Naismith is offering 5K Summer Score at a 60% discount of £39 (plus VAT). This is a substantial saving on the supposedly “real” value of the service which stands at £99.

This gets you advice for a full off season, presumably that of the Premier League. It is interesting to note that Rory Naismith says that he offers a full 30 day money back guarantee on 5K Summer Score should you find that the service isn’t for you. It is however important to keep in mind that this is being sold through Clickbank who offer a 60 day money back guarantee on this product, as can be confirmed on the payment page.

What is the Rate of Return?

We are told repeatedly that by simply using “small” £50 stakes, you can “easily make” £5,371.22 over the off season. A number that works out at an average weekly profit of £476.19, a not inconsiderable number. For context, these work out at 107.42 points for the whole period and 9.52 points per week.

These numbers are however entirely unsubstantiated with the only evidence baking them up being a winning run that Rory Naismith cites as an example for 5K Summer Score. These results are very likely to be cherry picked however with 13 out of 13 bets winning 18.72 points in 13 days.

Conclusion on 5K Summer Score

There is no denying that what Rory Naismith has put together here looks like an attractive proposition.

Honestly, I would go as far as to say that at an initial glance, 5K Summer Score actually looks like a very genuine and above board service. The results are reasonable looking, both in so much as the overall profitability, as well as retaining a degree of believability.

Furthermore, the way that Rory Naismith describes the process also appears to be steeped in some kind of realistic understanding of football. After all, it goes without saying that knowing more than the bookies will make you money. The best way to achieve this? Look at the kinds of leagues that bookies don’t focus on.

With that having been said, I don’t really see how 5K Summer Score stands up to closer scrutiny.

For example, looking at the claimed income. 100 points over the off season doesn’t sound unbelievable. 9.5 points per week means 38 points over the course of a month. Whilst still within the realms of possibility, I can say from experience with looking at a lot of tipster services that actually, this definitely leans towards the top end of what is realistic.

So, if 5K Summer Score is so believable, why is it that I find myself hugely turned off by the service. First and foremost, there is the fact that there is a very distinctive lack of evidence backing up the abilities of Rory Naismith. It is also concerning to me that the one bit of evidence that is demonstrated is in the form of some massively unrealistic proofing.

Whilst those 13 days may have actually been genuine results, I don’t believe for a single minute that they can be maintained for any length of time.  

The final element of 5K Summer Score that cements that there is a strong possibility that it won’t deliver is something that a lot of people have probably overlooked.

The vendor who is selling the service is a name that is well known to me, unfortunately for the wrong reasons. I have looked at a substantial number of their tipster services that they have put out and none have really delivered.

With this in mind, I see no reason to believe that 5K Summer Score will be any different. As such, there isn’t a single element that I would recommend.  


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From: Simon Roberts