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23 Responses

  1. Aaron M says:

    Loved the service for the 1 month trial I gave it mate. I will see you in the new year for the footy!

  2. Steve says:

    Cheers Aaron,
    The biggest profit is def during the Feb-Sep period for the SP stuff. But we think we can keep the profits ticking over in the off season also.

  3. Mariano says:

    Just curious, do you even look at PCG’s raw numbers in the websire or do you just take the bets recommended in the email ?
    And about Dailyprofit I have to say that it looks really interesting but one thing that has kept me from joining is this: is it worth it if I might not take any of the horse racing bets ?
    I honestly have no idea about this “sport” and I’m not sure if I’ll be able to find odds for those, plus the time difference might be a problem.

  4. Steve says:

    Hey Mariano,
    No, I use it as it is advertised, which I would assume the majority do as well. I just bet what the emails have, which is exactly where the figures are based of. Tom has made the point that the raw numbers are going great, but I nor most others would not have signed up for them. I will be looking into them off course.

    There are no Horse racing bets for dailyprofit SP members. The SP service is the american sports which are easy to get on and then the aussie sports (AFL,NRL,S15), which can be bet anywhere as well. Not sure where you thought horse racing was?

  5. Mariano says:

    Yes, like you said, there seems to be a lot of value on the raw numbers but it must be tough to filter what to bet and what not to and I guess you could end up with lots of bets you shouldn’t take if you don’t know the teams news.

    About Dailyprofit , I just downloaded the excel results sheet and saw horse racing bets there but now I took a closer look and I see that those are for the “Value” service and if I want to join, I should go for the SP service.
    After a bad week, I guess it could be a good idea to join right now.. 🙂

  6. Steve says:

    The spreadsheet is great as if you go to the performance summary sheet, you can filter things and see what sections have made profit. It’s never a good or bad time to join a service. If you think like that then this service is not a good fit for you. It will have losing runs and you could easily join at a terrible time or a great time.
    Soon I am going to make the minimum signup length 3 months as I don’t want any members who are likely to quit after a bad week.

  7. Mariano says:

    Yep, I’ve been playing with the spreadsheet while I was writing my previous answer and I saw what you mean.
    I was just joking about when to join. I’ve been with GOWI for almost 2 years (as well as other services) and I already extended my subscription for another one, so I know what it is to go through good and bad times.
    Joining right now and I’m planning to stay for the long run.

  8. Steve says:

    Welcome. If you plan to stay for a while then start planning how to spend those profits :).

  9. Mariano says:

    Good idea, Maybe a few years from now a trip around the world to thank you in person 😛

  10. Steve says:

    A nice goal. On my bucket list is to watch all the worlds biggest sporting events.. Hopefully I can get a few subscribers to join me.

  11. Aaron M says:

    Yep I believe you can as well. Life is pretty busy for me atm with shift work/new bub due in 2 weeks so unfortunately I don’t really have the time to be place lots of bets each day which is the only reason I didn’t renew. Will defo be back after xmas for the long haul!

  12. Steve says:

    Congrats on the upcoming baby, You’re going to have even less time very very soon.

  13. Aaron M says:

    Tell me about it. I’ve already got a very active 2.5 year old lol

  14. Steve says:

    Ahh, you know the drill then. Haha

  15. Bertram says:

    Hi Steve,

    I’ve searched a bit and cannot find info on what’s the difference between the Dailyprofit Sportpunter package and a direct Sportpunter subscription for the appropriate sports. I imagine at the very least the Dailyprofit recommendations are released later. Are there any further differences?

    Thanks!

  16. Steve says:

    They are very different.
    1. We release one hour or more after he releases to his full paying subscribers.
    2. I do not give out probabilities, it is my take on the model (and flat stakes betting)
    3. It is much much cheaper.

    It’s a completely different experience, I would say anyone who could afford the SP models to get them, this is catering for the smaller punter. The returns will be lower, but it is a good start into betting and will return some profit.

  17. Gus says:

    I don’t get the hype with GOWI. It seems like you pay money for tips but can’t be annoyed if every bet loses because it was your choice to place the bet.

  18. Steve says:

    haha, yep. Here are our tips, but do your own research on them. We are merely a newsletter.

  19. Banner says:

    This guy is smoke and mirrors. I’m waiting to see if he’ll be profitable for football/soccer this year. Seems like churning, at the moment.

    I won’t be renewing when it falls due. Too much effort for a 2% return !

  20. Tom (ProComputerGambler) says:

    Raw numbers are advertised as a product you get and well over 50% of my subscribers sign up primarily for the raw numbers and just do their own capping or just take the raw numbers point blank. They’re 79-40 +25.11 Units right now in NHL, 34-19 +14.05% now in NBA, ended up 70 units in MLB and NFL and NCAAF both hitting over 55% ATS on the high edges. Can you mention these things too? Fair and accurate reporting I think is what your readers are after.

  21. Steve says:

    Hey Tom, I don’t mention them as I don’t use them. I mention the results based on what I use and that is simply the advised bets in the email. In the future I may look at the raw numbers, but I signed up off the results I saw in your email newsletter.
    The problem I see with many tipsters is they have a few different systems running and like to draw attention to the ones performing at the moment and not talk about non profitable systems.
    I can only “report” (and understand here, this is just my experience and everyone will have a different experience when following tipsters) on what I am betting on.

  22. Tom (ProComputerGambler) says:

    It isn’t like that at all Steve (only reporting what is hot)…the raw numbers are the epitome of my service. I have the term “raw numbers” up everywhere on the site including on the paypal sign up link. Again, over 50% of my users sign up for the Raw Numbers. Even since I told you about them, they’re up even more. You made no mention…

  23. Steve says:

    Hi Tom,
    once again. I’ve made no mention because I do not track or follow these. If I did and was winning then I would. Simple as that. Next season I will look to move across to these and then if they do perform as well as you have said then there will be plenty of very positive comments on the blog. As always, I can only go off my results.

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