My trial of Player Profits started really well and up until last week I was in profit by more than £200.
Unfortunately there has been a bit of a downturn in the past few days, leaving me with a profit of £50.70 at the end of month one.
Although it was disappointing to hand back some of that profit to the bookies, I have still increased my starting bank by a healthy 10.1% so far.
One point to note is that without a Bet365 account, it could be tricky to follow this service as some of the markets aren't widely available at other bookmakers.
|Player Profits – Update One||Advised Prices||Price taken|
|Profit (£)||£ 54.10||£ 50.70|
|New Bank||£ 554.10||£ 550.70|
|% Bank Growth||10.82%||10.14%|
Click here to view my results log so far.
This service is unlike any other tips service that I have come across before, with an interesting selection of markets. I am enjoying it so far and hope to be able to report back with another winning month in my next update.
In the meantime, take a look at Player Profits here.
Introduction: 14th September 2018
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 European player statistics.
The idea is that Max can use the database to identify value bets and take advantage of some of the less well known individual player markets.
The service hasn't been around for long with results dated from 10th August on the website, but they look promising so far with a profit of 8.75 points, a 49.3% strike rate and a 12.7% ROI.
The markets include:
- Player passes
- Player shots
- Player shots on target
- Player tackles
- Player assists
- Yellow cards
These markets can easily be found at the main UK bookmakers, with Bet365 covering the most, but many of us tend not to bet them. One reason is because this sort of data isn't as readily available, so unless you're an absolute football guru it's a bit like stepping into the unknown.
A bank of 50 points is needed to start with and each selection is graded between 1-3 points, so I will be going in with £500 and using £10 per point.
I'll be back next month with my first report but in the meantime, take a look at Player Profits here.