It’s been a quiet start to our trial of football tipster Draw Master, with 5 points lost so far after one month.
This is quite a high volume service, with three or four bets per day, spread across a variety of smaller leagues across the world from South America to Switzerland and beyond.
As the name suggests, all the bets are on the draw, so it is pretty simple to follow and you can just place all the bets on Betfair.
Anyway, let’s hope by the time of our next update things will have moved into the positive.
Draw Master – New Review
21st February 2018
We often comment here about how it is like buses sometimes with similar betting systems coming along at the same time after a long time without any.
Well that is certainly the case today, as we are going to take a look at our second football service focusing on backing the draw in the space of a few weeks, after not having seen one for a good couple of years.
Draw Master is an extremely simple concept, just betting on the draw in football matches as single bets.
The approach certainly seems to be working, with over 80 points profit made to 1 point level stakes so far since starting tipping back in October, which equates to over £200 per month on average to just £10 stakes.
The service is run by a guy called Hamish who has been specialising in the draw outcome of football matches for some time. He is a disciplined and experienced tipster and has apparently perfected his skills since being made redundant in 2012 and is cleaning up at the bookies with his footy tips.
The strike rate is around 35%, which is around what you would expect with around a third of football matches finishing in a draw.
However, the return on investment is very impressive at 23%, which is exceptionally high for football where 10% is usually seen as a good metric.
Bets are sent out in the evening before matches, so plenty of time to get the bets on which is good to see.
We will run our normal three month trial which will take us pretty much up to the end of the season – and just in time for the World Cup, which is handy.
Results as ever will be recorded here so you can see how the trial is getting on.