Big Race Bookie Busters Review

Big Race Bookie Busters is the latest tipster service from Betting Gods. Selections come from their “Chief Blogger”, Tim.

What does the product offer?

Big Race Bookie Busters is a horse racing tipster service that eschews the concept of providing daily selections in favour of choosing the best tips that Tim has to offer. There are typically between 18 and 22 selections offered each month which are a combination of each way and win bets with selections potentially coming any day of the week, typically sent before 10am. Tim’s focus for Big Race Bookie Busters is on the bigger events on the horse racing calendar such as weekend races, festivals and of course annual events like the Grand National. Staking can range from 1 point all the way up to 6 although six point stakes are definitely a rarity. The strike rate for Big Race Bookie Busters is 28.72% at the time of writing however despite this, there has yet to be a losing month.

How does the product work?

Tim has been a blogger on Betting Gods since the company started up and during this period has demonstrated not just his insight and analysis of the betting industry but also some aptitude offering free tips. Unfortunately, the exact selection method isn’t explored however having read Tim’s blog before, my guess would be that he draws on his considerable experience and understanding of horse racing. There is also likely to be a strong element of analysis, something that he has shown a keen eye for in blog posts.

What is the initial investment?

There are 3 different types of subscription available for Big Race Bookie Busters which are monthly, quarterly and lifetime. These are sold at £19.95, £49.95 and £129.95 respectively with all options coming with a 30 day trial for £4.95. As an added bonus Betting Gods provide a full 60 day money back guarantee which is backed up by Clickbank.

What is the rate of return?

Since going live in November of last year Big Race Bookie Busters has gone on to achieve a profit of £2,200.80 based off £10 stakes. This equates to an average of £440.16 per month and an ROI of 86.99%.

Conclusion

There is very little doubt that Tim knows his business well and a look over his blogs show an extensive knowledge of horse racing. Arguably the biggest criticism that you can level at Big Race Bookie Busters is that it is something of a sporadic service however given the fact that 3 months of access can cost what some (less successful) tipsters will charge per month, I don’t think that it necessarily represents bad value for money. There is also the fact that Big Race Bookie Busters has been a little hit and miss with just a few months making up the majority of the profit with the others barely making anything which could be indicative of a losing month being just round the corner. If you are interested in Big Race Bookie Busters the best advice is to take full advantage of the money back guarantee that is in place and bet on paper to see if it is a tangible option before putting any real money into it.

 

 

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