January 2016 Monthly Review +$30,850.00

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7 Responses

  1. Will says:

    Can you say what the price increase will be?I’m looking to join for the AFL tips, but as the season doesn’t start until late March, I’m reluctant to join now even though the price is going to increase.

  2. Steve says:

    it will be cheaper to join today and pay a month in advance then to wait. Prices going up this afternoon.

  3. Will says:

    Just checked on the site but it says subscriptions are now closed. Guess I missed the boat… any chance I could still catch the cheaper price for the subscription?

  4. Steve says:

    Hi Will,
    Sorry mate, I would have to do it for everyone else too, I gave 4 warnings over the last month. It isn’t meant as a marketing tactic, it was simply me saying prices were going up and following through with what I said.

  5. Will says:

    Fair enough Steve – I will probably do the monthly first anyway to test this out given that the monthly vs season prices aren’t too far off.

    I do have a few questions for you however (apologies if this might not be the right post to ask in but it is the most recent):

    1. On NRL – What is the discrepancy between the SP official results (H2H and Line Bets vs the DailyProfit results? I noticed SP official performance is much worse than the DP quoted 11% ROI figure, hence I’m still slightly hesitant to sign up for NRL.

    2. I can only commit a small bank (£4,000). Would you recommend sticking to only AFL & NRL, or to go for the American sports as well? (Based on your reviews, I assume only NFL?)

    3. At the moment I’m planning to use 3% per unit and make around 320 bets this season in AFL and NRL using your service. This means turning over my bank around 10 times which should give me a profit of 50% of my bank assuming 5% average ROI. Do you think this scenario is even achievable?

    4. How hard is it to get good odds with AFL and NRL? I don’t think I’ll have time shopping for odds so I will most likely just bet whenever the tips come out or when I have time on the weekend. Also, if I know when the SP circulation is, is it possible to wait a few days after the odds rebound and place bets then?

    I’m new to the tipster world and Aussie sports in general so please bear with me if these are dumb questions.


  6. Steve says:

    Hey Will,
    1: We only advise line bets for the NRL. SP results were a 1.4% ROI over 151 bets for 2015 and Dailyprofit results were a 4.3% ROI over 146 bets. Just simple variance over so few bets. I’m guessing the 5 bets we missed all lost. My staking is also different then sportpunter (to match up with the other models)
    2. My recommendation has always been for members to stick to AFL, NRL, Super Rugby and NFL.
    3. I recommend you use a 50 point bank, so 1 unit will be $66. Our bets are between 0.5 and 3 units. So your max bet will be $200 on a selection. The goal with the SP picks is to make between 50-100% ROC each year.
    4. As with any tipster, the harder you work the better results you will get and getting the best odds is one of the core differences between a winning and losing punter. Odds can rebound and for certain sports they do, but beating the closing line is important and betting late is not a good option. The official results are based on one bookmaker only, so with a bit of effort the results can be matched or beaten.

    Hope those answers helped.

  7. Will says:

    Thanks Steve for the thorough reply. I’ll be signing up soon – can’t wait until the season properly kicks off.

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