Bookies Enemy No. 1 Review

Bookie’s Enemy No. 1 is an independent horse racing tipster service operated by Gary Poole. Selections are sent out directly to subscribers email.

What does the product offer?

Bookie’s Enemy No. 1 is a horse racing tipster service that specialises in providing bets for UK flat racing (both turf and all weather events). Following a period of successfully trialling his selections on Twitter, Gary Poole is now ready to go live with his system. Selections for Bookie’s Enemy No. 1 are sent out either the night before or the morning before racing and each selection comes with advised stakes and information on whether a bet is win or each way.

How does the product work?

Gary Poole says that he reviews hundreds of re-runs of races, looking for horses that lost due to unfortunate circumstances. From here he then refers to notes about race conditions and decides if a bet is potentially value. Bookie’s Enemy No. 1 also allegedly makes use of Gary Poole’s contacts in the world of horse racing to provide additional information.

What is the initial investment?

Bookie’s Enemy No. 1 is currently the launch phase which means that Gary Poole is selling subscriptions for £29.99 per month. It is heavily implied that this cost may go up in the future. As is the case with most tipster services there is unfortunately no money back guarantee or the like in place.

What is the rate of return?

Since July Bookie’s Enemy No. 1 has achieved an overall points profit of 243.47 points. This doesn’t actually paint a full picture though as Bookie’s Enemy No. 1 is very much up and down with the majority of the profit brought in from big wins.

Conclusion

Bookie’s Enemy No. 1 is something of a risky option as far as tipster services go. With losing streaks of as many as 25 bets, consistency is not something to expect from this service. That having been said Gary Poole seems to have a knack for picking some strong long odds winners and as mentioned, these are where the bulk of Bookie’s Enemy No. 1’s profits come from. What this means for you as a potential purchaser is that you definitely need the 100 point bank that is recommended and plenty of patience. If you are in a position to do this then Bookie’s Enemy No. 1 may prove to be a profitable enough service.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts