Max Racing Tips is a new horse racing tipster service from the Betting Gods stable of tipsters that claims to be able to make a consistent profit for its subscribers.
What does the product offer?
Max Racing Tips is a tipster service that according to Betting God allows users access to an easy to follow service, no matter whether they are a first time bettor or seasoned veteran. A bit part of this is that Max Racing Tips follows a really simple win bet only plan that looks at value odds with bets rarely coming in at less than 2.0 and going into double figures on occasion. Selections are sent out to users Monday to Saturday with the Betting Gods team typically issuing them before 10am. In terms of the numbers, Max Racing Tips has a staking plan that ranges from 2 points all the way to 5 per bet. The service has a strike rate of 37.11% which is based on an average of 35-40 bets per month.
How does the product work?
According to the Betting Gods, Max Racing Tips is heavily based on high levels of research that have been “painstakingly completed”. This suggests to me that the approach is likely based on statistical and possibly form analysis however this isn’t by any means outright stated.
What is the initial investment?
Your first two weeks with Max Racing Tips are available for free with no upfront payment required. Once this has elapsed Max Racing Tips is offered on a monthly, quarterly and lifetime basis.
These sell for £29.95, £69.95 and £149.95. Because Betting Gods sell all their products through Clickbank, this also means that you get a full 60 day money back guarantee should you be unhappy with any aspect of the product.
What is the rate of return?
Since proofing started in May 2015, Max Racing Tips has gone on to make £1,361.20 to £10 stakes. This means a points profit of 136.12 and a very respectable ROI of 23.51%.
In many respects Max Racing Tips looks like a great service and I’d be lying if I said I didn’t think that there was anything of value in place. Unfortunately as it stands I am not convinced that it is really everything that it could be.
First of all Max Racing Tips has incurred its first losing month in September. Now this is admittedly for a small amount (just 4 points) however a loss is still a loss.
Furthermore, if you look at the losing streak it stands at 12 bets, and this isn’t a figure that is a one off as there are several examples of Max Racing Tips losing more than 8 bets on the bounce. At up to 5 points per bet this can quickly add up at which point you are relying on one of the bigger wins to bring your balance up.
Does this mean that Max Racing Tips is bad? I don’t think so, I would definitely want it on my watch list but in the here and now I am not sold.