Lucky 7 Naps is an email based horse racing tipster service offered by Michael Cripps and the Betfan team. It places a focus on races with less than 7 horses running.
What does the product offer?
Lucky 7 Naps offers users tips to subscribers on a daily basis, 7 days a week. Tips will typically be sent out no later than 10-11am and these will be issued via email. Creator Michael Cripps says that all selections made for Lucky 7 Naps are back to win and seem to use a flat staking system of 5 points at a time. At the time of writing Lucky 7 Naps has a strike rate of 23.18%.
How does the product work?
The methodology behind the selection process for Lucky 7 Naps is something that is sadly not touched upon by Michael Cripps. Looking at the results though it seems to favour longer odds with larger infrequent wins as opposed to a steady stream of winners. This is something that I believe is reflected in the low strike rate.
What is the initial investment?
There are 3 different subscription lengths available for Lucky 7 Naps. These are £17 for a week, £37 for a month and £77 quarterly. There are generally no refunds with Betfan products although they do say that they will review each request on a case by base basis.
What is the rate of return?
At the time of writing Lucky 7 Naps has produced a 335.1 point profit. This doesn’t represent the larger picture though as a strong first month has waned somewhat with the last 2 months managing 60 points of that profit. Still a respectable enough number but this isn’t a 100 point per month service.
The unfortunate lack of information on how selections are made is somewhat overridden by the fact that Lucky 7 Naps is associated with Betfan who are generally pretty rigorous about testing any new tipsters. The issue that Lucky 7 Naps faces is direct competition from the Betfan group. There are examples available that have produced consistent profit over 2 years and for me, these will always represent a better choice.