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Bet Kudos

Bet Kudos is a tipsters and betting systems portal that provides tips across a range of sports including horse racing, football, greyhounds, golf and mixed sports.

It offers the opportunity to connect with professional tipsters and follow their tips for a monthly or quarterly fee. It has been operating since 2013 and has a full proofing record for all the current tipsters on the website.

We have only reviewed one Bet Kudos service so far and that was Lucky 7 Naps – which happens to be their number one all time service in terms of points profit.

We take a look at some of their top services and how they stack up against the top tipsters in the business.


Lucky 7 Naps

At number one in Bet Kudos’s all time list is Lucky 7 Naps. We reviewed this service back in July 2015 and gave it a neutral rating.

Quite incredibly, although it amassed 449 points profit during our 3 month review at advised prices, it made an 80 point loss at Betfair SP. 

So we couldn’t really be sure about the practicality of the service and prices did reduce very quickly after bets were sent out. We also had a few comments from subscribers to Lucky 7 Naps saying they had struggled to get the advised prices. 

The name Lucky 7 Naps comes from the fact that the service focuses on races with 7 runners or less. There are few other details about how the selections are arrived at.

Subscriptions cost £28.50 per week, £66 per month or £133.50 per quarter.



Second on Bet Kudos’s list is Betfairway, which as you might have guessed specialises in golf betting. They began tipping in April 2013 and have amassed over 1300 points profit since then. However, they often tip at 5 points each way on each selection, so it is not quite as impressive as it sounds. 

Some of their biggest winners include Martin Kaymer to win the Players Championship at 80/1 and JB Holmes to win the Wells Fargo at 60/1 in 2014, and Pablo Larrazabal to win the BMW Championship at 60/1 in 2015.

According to the sales page, they have developed some incredible “secret systems” and strategies to give them the edge over the bookies.

Subscriptions come at £40 per month, £99 per quarter or £199 for 12 months. 


Exchange Profits

The third selection of Bet Kudos’s services is Exchange Profits. This is a service – as you may have figured out – that places its bets on the exchanges. It is based on inside information which the owner of the service then passes on – known in the business as “the barking dog” apparently. Having an inside view plus insider contacts is key to making profits for this tipster.

Rather strangely for a service called “Exchange Profits,” its results vary considerably between advised odds and Betfair SP. The all time results show profit of 900 points whilst this figure is just 250 points at Betfair SP. 

Still, to be ahead on both metrics is encouraging and not to be sniffed at. Subscriptions start at £25 for the first month then £49 per month or £98 per quarter. 


BK Man at the Races

Next up is BK Man at the Races, which is another tipster claiming to benefit from inside information. The service apparently benefits from a “man on the inside” who receives tip offs from racing experts who pay “tens of thousands of pounds” for their information. 

The service has made over 400 points profit at advised prices since inception in 2013, but this figure at Betfair SP is -42 points.

Subscriptions start at £45 per month or £90 per quarter.


One the Nose Horse Racing Tips

A relative newcomer to the Bet Kudos stable is On the Nose Horse Racing Tips, which is operated by a chap who uses a variety of factors, including trainer and jockey, form and going to choose his selections.

Apparently whilst on the Tipster Planet site, the tipster made over 400 points profit in just 4 months and since joining Bet Kudos in February 2015 made over 600 points in his first year. Staking is between 2 and 4 points and there are quite a high volume of bets. 

The cost of subscription is £39 per month or £78 per quarter.



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