ImRigged is a new to market horse racing tipster service which is being offered through the Tipping Gurus tipster platform. The service has produced some consistent results; however it is still very much early days.
Introduction to ImRigged
In the seemingly lawless land of tipster services, it is always nice to look at a tipster from an established stable. At the very least, you can know that the results claimed are proofed, the tipster is genuine, and everything is above board. But when you combine that with a lot of promise as well, you have a tipster service that is potentially quite exciting.
This brings me to the subject of todays review, ImRigged. Now there are a lot of tipster services that launch every single month. So, to stand out from the crowd can be a difficult thing, but I think that Tipping Gurus may well be on to something that can do this here. The results aren’t going to blow you away, but they do appear to be consistent and that is arguably the most important thing.
So, there is a lot to like here, but does that necessarily mean that ImRigged deserves a recommendation? The answer to that is a little more complicated than it might initially seem. And there are a lot of different factors that need to be considered. So, with all of that in mind, let’s take a look at everything that is involved.
What Does ImRigged Offer?
I find myself saying so often that a tipster service is a straight forward affair, and that is because a lot of the time, it is true. To refer to the old adage, there may be more than one way to skin a cat, but I’d wager that there are some ways that are better than others. And tipster services (by and large) don’t seem to be any different.
With that said, I think that in the case of ImRigged, there is probably just enough here to say that it is a little bit different to the norm. Interestingly, this is because of the fact that despite the fact that fundamentally the service is pretty much straight forward, there are a lot of variables involved as well. Something that I am inclined to see as a positive.
So, what do you actually get when you sign up to ImRigged? Given the fact that Tipping Gurus are a specialist tipster management service, as you would expect, the management side of things is very good. Selections are sent out to subscribers directly via email on a near daily basis. There is more than enough information there to get your bets placed without a problem.
Now, one of the stand out elements is the fact that Mark (the tipster who is ultimately behind ImRigged) sends out the selections the evening before racing. This is a key element of the service in my opinion as it allows you to get the best possible odds. This is something that becomes very important for reasons that I will get to a little later.
It also has the additional effect of opening ImRigged up to more people. I know of some tipsters that will issue selections in the late morning and that just isn’t a viable option for most people working a 9 to 5. Receiving them the evening before though gives you plenty of time to get your bets placed.
In terms of the bets, this brings me to that variety that I mentioned before. There aren’t hard and fast rules and honestly, I don’t see this as a bad thing. Now, Tipping Gurus have been proofing ImRigged for a few months to date, and all of these bets have been either win or each way. Typically this depends on the odds that are involved.
The volume of bets is also a varied affair. I mentioned that ImRigged isn’t a daily tipster service and I don’t see that as a bad thing. There is nothing worse in my opinion than a tipster who will tip, just to be able to provide something to their subscribers. On the days where there are selections, there are usually between one and three available.
This means that the service is all manageable enough Something that it needs to be because there are some big odds involved. You will rarely find tips advised at less than 2/1, and these can go all the way as high as 100/1. All of this balances out with average odds of 9.54 (or about 8/1 in old money).
Naturally, these kinds of odds have an impact on the strike rate for the service. Anybody who comes into ImRigged expecting to bag win after win is only going to end up disappointed. With that said, the strike rate also isn’t as low as you would expect. Tipping Gurus’s proofing shows 22.82%. Combine this with the average odds and you get an idea of the potential here.
Now, with any service that has a low strike rate, decent staking and betting bank management is paramount. Fortunately, Mark seems to have thought of this. Most bets are advised to be backed to just 1 point (either 1 point to win or 0.5 points each way). There are occasional bets that may stake a little higher or lower than this, but there is rarely exorbitant staking.
Given that Tipping Gurus recommend a 100 point betting bank for ImRigged, this should more than cover any losing streaks. Something which interestingly, don’t ever get excessively long. Something that I didn’t expect given the odds and the strike rate.
How Does ImRigged Work?
Tipping Gurus tell us a far amount about Mark’s past, and I suppose that provides some context for ImRigged as a service. But unfortunately, it doesn’t tell us a lot about what the selection process entails, which isn’t so good in my opinion.
We are effectively told that Mark “has a long history in the racing business” and that he has “fine tuned his process to what he feels are optimum levels”. That all sounds well and good and makes a certain amount of sense. Especially in light of the results that have been attained to date.
But, as mentioned, what this doesn’t do is talk about the selection process at all. Now it is quite apparent to me that you can look at the bets that are advised and hazard a pretty good guess that you are dealing with a value based service. But I would definitely have liked to have seen more detail here.
With that said, there is some mitigation in so much as Tipping Gurus’ comprehensive proofing does at least give you an idea of what you are going to encounter with ImRigged. I don’t really see this as being a real alternative to some information relating to what the selection process entails though.
What is the Initial Investment?
Pricing wise, Tipping Gurus have a very generous offering of 50% off at the time of writing. You can sign up to ImRigged for a one time payment of £30 (plus VAT) which gives you access to selections for 3 months. Even once this initial trial period is completed, the cost still isn’t exorbitant with the usual cost being £60 (plus VAT) per quarter.
Both of these options come with a full 60 day money back guarantee. This is backed up by the fact that ImRigged is being sold through Clickbank.
What is the Rate of Return?
Now we come to the main reason that any of us look at tipster services and the like, and that is the profit potential. More than anything else, this is what has impressed me about ImRigged. At the time of writing, the service has produced a profit of 81.88 points. Now, that doesn’t necessarily sound earth shattering, but this has been attained since the start of August.
This means that by the end of October, the average monthly profit stood at 19 points per month. A respectable figure indeed. The ROI was equally impressive in my opinion, coming in at a shade over 40%.
November looks very much on its way to continuing this trend; however I will say it is early days. At the time of writing, the average monthly profits at 25.9 points, whilst the ROI has risen considerably to 54.22%. Obviously, those numbers may change, but it definitely demonstrates the potential that is in ImRigged.
Conclusion for ImRigged
It isn’t very often that I look at a tipster service that has very few discernible weaknesses, but I am genuinely impressed with what Tipping Gurus are offering here. Pretty much everything from start to finish has just looked great.
First things first, there are the results. Now, I’m not just talking about the profit and loss side of things here, but I will pick that up shortly. But pretty much all of the numbers. I mean, sure, the strike rate doesn’t look great at just 22%, but when you actually look at the odds involved and compare ImRigged to the competition. It’s a solid offering.
On top of this, what Tipping Gurus are asking for ImRigged is very reasonable. Effectively, you are paying just £20 per month for access to the service and that simply isn’t a lot of money compared to other tipsters. Factor in that, at the time of writing, there is 50% off on even this relatively low price and things look like even better value.
When you put all of that with those profits together, it is very apparent that there are bags of potential to the service. And really, that is the word that I think you have to come back to when you are looking at ImRigged. Potential.
The fact of the matter is that despite all of that potential, it is still ultimately early days with ImRigged. The service has only been around for 3 months and I have seen plenty of services that can do well for a brief time, only to ultimately end up losing their form and losing out in the longer term.
Now I want to iterate the fact that this may not be the case with ImRigged at all, but it could be. As such, I wouldn’t personally look to follow the service as is. With that said, I am quiet cautious when it comes to betting and prefer to see consistency and a decent size sample of data.
I think that there is equally an argument to be made that ImRigged is enjoying a good run of form. And it really isn’t expensive. So if you don’t mind taking that punt, then what Tipping Gurus have put together also represents a very good package.