The first month of my Bookie Smasher review hasn't gone as well as I'd hoped. Despite a 60% strike rate, I ended up losing £42.50 to £10 stakes.
A lot of the tips are priced below evens, so a losing bet takes 2 or more winning bets to recover.
It's been interesting betting on some sports that I haven't dabbled in before, such as eSports. The eSports tips made up the majority of the tips sent out over the month, but they didn't perform too well with a £5.40 loss.
|The Bookie Smasher – Update One||Advised Prices||Price taken|
|Profit (£)||(£ 41.90)||(£ 42.50)|
|New Bank||£ 458.10||£ 457.50|
|% Bank Growth||-8.38%||-8.50%|
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It certainly hasn't been a disastrous start to my trial, but I did hope for better. Let's hope that I can report some better results in my next update in a month's time.
Introduction: 14th April 2020
The Bookie Smasher's aim is to attack the bookmakers with bets across multiple sports.
With this approach, Raffaele says he has been able to take £1,053.75 from the bookies to date, just using straight £10 bets. He has managed to triple his starting bank in less than a year!
I'm glad to see there's no over-complicated staking or loss recovery with this service. Just 1 point bet on each tip.
The sports he bets on include football, tennis, eSports, hockey, badminton, formula 1, rugby, cricket and volleyball.
Here's a breakdown of the statistics for the service to date:
- 59.1% Win Rate
- 5.7% ROI
- 210.8% Bank Growth
- 1.81 Average Odds
- 50% Profitable Months
As the service is provided by Betting Gods, I trust that it has gone through a strict vetting process. In fact, the tips were proofed for 29 weeks before the service went live.
I will begin my trial, noting results at the advised and available prices and I will report back regularly with an update.