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The guide is organised into the following sections:
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- Keeping Records
- Bookmakers or Betfair?
The last two chapters constitute the bulk of the e-book, and contain a whole range of methods for making low-risk regular profits to deliver our £1,000 per month goal. Each of them are explained clearly so that you can get started right away.
You will frequently find ‘Profit Targets‘ too. These will give you an idea of the amount of money you can make from a particular technique.
Obviously, this varies from month to month, but it should give you an indication of what’s possible.
At the end, we’ll add up all the Profit Targets to see where we stand.
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CD Racing Review: Update One
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Player Profits Review: Introduction
There are so many tipping services out there right now and sometimes it gets a bit "same old, same old", so I'm always keeping my eyes peeled for something a little bit different.Player Profits has been billed as a "truly unique service and one that you will love being a part of". It comes from a guy called Max Revlio, who has built up a vast database of Premier League and Euro [...]
Chloe’s Football Focus Review: Update One
My trial of Chloe's Football Tips hasn't started well. I'm £128.90 in the red after the first month of betting. I followed the advice of using a £1,500 bank to start with and it has only gone down by 8.6% so far, so I'm not in any immediate danger of going bust. The stake sizing that Chloe uses is intriguing and I can't quite figure how it is worked out. For instance, [...]
Ultimate Golf Tips: Review Update One
I wasn't expecting an easy ride in my trial of Ultimate Golf Tips, but I wasn't quite prepared for this! In my first month following this service I have lost 67.9% of my bank - that's £679.10 to £10 stakes. From the 44 tips there were 2 places and 1 winning 2 ball bets, so it was a pretty poor performance overall. On a positive note, the month did end on a high with 100/1 [...]
Tea Time Tipster: Review Introduction
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The Shortlist: Review Update One
I'm not always keen on services that send out a large number of bets each day. For one thing it takes more time to place bets and keep track of the results, but the other reason is that I can't feel as confident that the selections have been as thoroughly researched as when there are just a couple of bets a day. In the case of The Shortlist, it hasn't worked out well as I h [...]