January 8, 2018

Hat Trick Hero Review

Lay Back & Get Rich betting system review

Hat Trick Hero hasn’t been doing so well for quite some time now, so it was no real surprise when I received notice a few days ago that the service has now been disbanded.

Since I picked up this review the service had one losing month and one winning. The third and final month has also turned out to be a losing month to the tune of £108.10. In total I have lost £74.30 to £10 stakes which is 24.8% of the £300 bank that I started with.

It’s no real disaster but the service hasn’t met expectations and sadly, it’s another one for the fail bin.

Read about some services which have done better here.


Update: 26th November 2017

Hat Trick Hero has been performing much better since my update last month with a healthier strike rate of 40.7% – up from 26.7% last month.

At the available prices I made a profit of £89.70 to £10 stakes this month, so after taking away the loss from last month I am left with a total profit of £33.80.

Towards the end of the month I stopped receiving emails from the service so a few bets were missed, but this was fixed soon after contacting the tipster. For a moment there, I was thinking the worst!

Month #2 summary:

Hat Trick Hero – Month 2 Results Advised Prices Price taken
1 point = £10.00 £10.00
Profit (£) £ 94.50 £ 89.70
Profit (pts) 9.45 8.97
New Bank £ 342.90 £ 333.80
%age bank Growth 38.04% 36.75%
Winning Bets 11 11
Total Bets 27 27
Strike Rate 40.7% 40.7%
ROI 35.0% 33.2%

I’ve added the results from last month to the figures above to produce the stats for my trial to date:

Hat Trick Hero – Trial To Date Advised Prices Price taken
1 point = £10.00 £10.00
Profit (£) £ 42.90 £ 33.80
Profit (pts) 4.29 3.38
New Bank £ 342.90 £ 333.80
%age bank Growth 14.30% 11.27%
Winning Bets 19 19
Total Bets 57 57
Strike Rate 33.3% 33.3%
ROI 7.5% 5.9%

The complete results log is available to view here

Summary

Things seem to be looking up for the service, but what is concerning me is the fact it has been removed from the Betting Gods tipsters page. They haven’t confirmed that the service is being discontinued and I’m still receiving tips, so I’m assuming it is still live for the time being.

It looks like it’s crunch time for Hat Trick Hero – they really need to pull it out of the bag next month or they could be facing the final whistle!

You can read more about Hat Trick Hero here.


Update: 26th October 2017

Hat Trick Hero has been struggling to stay afloat lately and sadly there has been no change since I started my trial last month.

After betting on the 30 trebles advised this month, I am down by £55.90 to £10 stakes. The strike rate has been poor at 26.7% which is quite a way under the advertised 36.3%.

The advised bank for this service is recommended at 30 points, so I have been recording my results using two banks of £300, one for the advised prices and one of the prices taken.

Hat Trick Hero – Month 1 Results Advised Prices Price taken
1 point = £10.00 £10.00
Profit (£) (£ 51.60) (£ 55.90)
Profit (pts) -5.16 -5.59
New Bank £ 248.40 £ 244.10
%age bank Growth -17.20% -18.63%
Winning Bets 8 8
Total Bets 30 30
Strike Rate 26.7% 26.7%
ROI -17.2% -18.6%

If you’d like to take a look at the full results log, click here.

Summary

I’ve been pondering why Betting Gods still have this tipster available on their site, especially at the price of £39.95 per month when the quoted average profit is currently at a mere £66.77 per month. Perhaps they are seeing something that I’m not?

I will continue with my trial in hope that this has just been a rough patch and will report back with my findings when I’m closer to the 100 bet mark.

In the meantime, you can read more about Hat Trick Hero here or have a look through Lucy’s original introduction below.


Intro: 23rd April 2017

There are a lot of pretty complicated betting systems.

The trend towards complexity probably started with Betfair, which famously added the option to lay bets as well as back them. This deceptively simple idea also effectively introduced the notion of trading by permitting punters to play backs and lays off against each other.

The bookies had to respond – and so they gave us Best Odds Guaranteed (BOG) and, of course, free bet incentives and in-play betting.

The plot thickened further when the betting systems industry then saw an opportunity to offer more sophisticated products that exploited all this complexity, leading to a whole range of matched betting and trading solutions.

All of which is very interesting but, seriously, doesn’t part of you just cry out for a return to old-fashioned simplicity?!

If so, you may well be attracted by the subject of today’s article…. welcome then to my new trial of Hat Trick Hero….

Hat Trick Hero provides you with one single betting advice per day on which you risk one point.

Well, you can’t get much simpler than that. 🙂

Unusually, it takes the form of a treble, which is really three wagers in one.

They all have to come up for your bet to win but if they do, you can make attractive profits.

The service’s sales page claims a strike rate in excess of 50%, which is remarkable for trebles, and an ROI of 78%, which, if maintained in our trial, would be little short of astonishing.

So I have decided I can’t resist having a go.

Because, in spite of all the new betting options available to us all in 2017, a simple one-a-day service that works would still be quite irresistible.

You might think, from its name, that Hat Trick Hero is a football tipster service but it in fact covers several sports: Football, Baseball, NBA, Speedway, NHL and Rugby. Hopefully, this means we won’t be short of selections during football’s upcoming close season.

I will aim at 200 bets to start with and see how we go. I can’t quite believe that published ROI but am keen to see if anything like it can be delivered in practice.

I’ll be back soon to let you know what kind of start I’ve made.

In the meantime, you can read more about Hat Trick Hero here.

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