The Bookmaker’s List is an email based horse racing tipster service that is provided by Betkudos, a subsidiary of the Betfan group.
What does the product offer?
The Bookmaker’s List is a horse racing tipster service that specialises in providing selection for UK races 6 days of the week (Monday to Saturday) with selections sent out the evening before the races.. The system uses a rather unique sounding method of selection (which I shall look at below) and each day that The Bookmaker’s List sends out tips, there will be a tip for every race on that day. The Bookmaker’s List backs horses with hugely varied odds from evens all the way up to 25/1 with information on whether a bet should be win or placed. At the time of writing there is no proofing available for The Bookmaker’s List which appears to be down to a technical error rather than a deliberate attempt to withhold information.
How does the product work?
As I have already said, the selection process for The Bookmaker’s List is unlike anything I have ever heard. Apparently a “contact of a contact has a mate”, Mr. X, who works with various bookmakers. Mr. X allegedly has access to a secretive list of horses that the bookies are “worried about” and as such are claimed to be overlooked gems.
What is the initial investment?
The Bookmaker’s List is actually pretty reasonably priced selling on a straight monthly subscription. This comes in at £19.97 per month. Unfortunately there isn’t really a money back guarantee in place.
What is the rate of return?
There is no advertised rate of return for The Bookmaker’s List and unfortunately due to a current lack of proofing, it is a difficult thing to gauge.
As far as tipster services go there are a lot of unknowns and questions surrounding The Bookmaker’s List. I shall first look at the positives which is namely the price. At £19,97 per month it is a lot cheaper than most Betfan efforts and you certainly get a lot of bang for your buck. That having been said I have concerns surrounding the alleged method of selection which seems to be rather fanciful story with little evidence to back this up. The lack of proofing isn’t a deal breaker as there is either no details available or The Bookmaker’s List is so new that data hasn’t been put in yet (both seem like possibilities). With that in mind, right now I would consider The Bookmaker’s List to represent a bit of a liability however there may well be potential and value as well. Personally, I’d keep an eye on The Bookmaker’s List as it stands and see how things go from there.