Lucy began her trial of Hat Trick Hero back in April of this year, but unfortunately she didn’t get round to posting any results. I have decided that it would be best to start the review again from the beginning, so I will begin recording results from today.
It seems that the service has hit a dry patch over the past few months, with the bank hovering around the same level as you can clearly see in this profit graph.
Since Lucy’s introduction the service has lost £65.10 to £10 stakes, which isn’t a total disaster but isn’t great when you factor in subscription costs. Hopefully things will pick up in the months ahead, or else I can’t see Betting Gods keeping the tipster on board for much longer.
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.