Sports Betting

16 Aug: We Bet You Bet Review – Bet Chat

There aren’t many things that come along that are necessarily new or truly interesting. There are even less things that I think really have the chance to change the way you bet. The fact is that I look at tipster services and betting systems a lot. I have seen most things at this point. But there isn’t necessarily much that I think really excites me. Recently though, something landed on my desk that is all of those things….

14 Jul: Jack Hudson’s £3 Method Review

Jack Hudson’s £3 Method is a new to market horse racing tipster service which is being offered by the eponymous tipster, Jack Hudson. He claims to have produced some incredibly strong returns on very modest bets. Introduction to Jack Hudson’s £3 Method I often find that when I talk to people about why they don’t see betting as a genuinely viable option for making a second income, it comes down to a few things. There are those naysayers…

21 Jun: Across the Tracks Review – Bet Viral

Across the Tracks is a new to market horse racing tipster service that is being offered through the Bet Viral tipster platform. Selections come courtesy of an unnamed tipster who has supposedly proven very profitable elsewhere. Introduction to Across the Tracks One of the single most underrated elements of a tipster service in my opinion is consistency. This shouldn’t be a hot take, and yet for a lot of people, I think that it is. We all want…

28 Feb: SpeedRatings Review

SpeedRatings is a very long standing horse racing service that provides subscribers with information and insight into all horse races across the UK. They also provide their best bets as a tip.   Introduction to SpeedRatings Something that you get a little bit used to in this line of work is seeing the same old crap come and go. Sometimes it feels like every single week there is yet another service peddling the same old set up, the…

29 Nov: Simply Winners Review Brian Calderdale

Simply Wins is a new to market hors racing tipster service that is operated by Brian Calderdale in conjunction with an entire team. Supposedly, the results for the service are really quite impressive.   Introduction to Simply Wins In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare famously said “What’s in a name?”. Of course, this line famously refers to the tragedy of Juliet lamenting that the titular Romeo is of the family Montague. But it is also something that carries weight…