Larry the Lay King Review

Larry the Lay King is an email based horse racing lay betting service. It is provided by Larry King under the Tipster Warehouse umbrella.

What does the product offer?

Larry the Lay King provides users with daily selections for lay bets for horse races across the UK and Ireland. Selections are sent out directly to users email with approximately 25-35 tips being sent out each month. Larry King has produced an overall strike rate of 76.2% for his subscribers, which sounds good on paper, but given the fact that Larry the Lay King is (as the name implies) predominantly occupied with lay bets I would expect something a little higher.

How does the product work?

Unfortunately neither Tipster Warehouse, nor Larry King provide any real information on how Larry the Lay King’s selections are made. Typically with Tipster Warehouse, the tipsters are experienced in the field and draw heavily on this and whilst this is probably the case for Larry the Lay King, this is speculation on my behalf.

What is the initial investment?

Larry the Lay King comes with an optional 14 day trial period for just £1 after which the cost goes on to a monthly or quarterly subscription. These cost £19.95 and £49.95 respectively with both options carrying a 60 day money back guarantee.

What is the rate of return?

Since January 2014 Larry the Lay King has achieved a point profit of just 34.97 points or just 3.88 points per month.

Conclusion

Usually I am an advocate of Tipster Warehouse’s services, they come with a rare money back guarantee in place and usually the results whilst not necessarily outstanding show a reasonable and relatively consistent profit. Unfortunately Larry the Lay King is neither of these things. Using £10 stakes you would just about cover a month’s subscription with an extra £20 in your pocket to show for what may amount to £350 of bets placed. To me this is simply an unacceptable ratio and as such I don’t believe that I would recommend Larry the Lay King. There are much better lay betting services available producing much better results for a similar price.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts