It’s been a good start to our trial of Draw Profits, the football betting service that bets solely on the draw in football matches.
So far it is 6 points up at advised prices after just over a month of following the tips.
Interestingly when sending the tips they provide the average odds available for the draw rather than the best odds, which is quite unusual for a tipping service. Normally tipsters want their results to be the best they could be so quote the best odds available at the time of the tips.
However, by quoting the average odds that means you could actually beat the official results and so we have also been recording the best odds available. The best odds have produced an extra 2 points of profit, meaning they are 8 points up for our trial so far to best odds.
That doesn’t even include Betfair and the other exchanges, so you may have been able to do even better by using those.
Anyway, whichever odds you are using it has been a good start to our trial and now with the footy season getting going in earnest there should be plenty of action to get involved in.
Draw Profits – New Review
26th July 2018
Well the World Cup has only recently ended but the start of the new football season is just a couple of weeks away.
It does seem a bit strange to be thinking of the football season when most of us are basking in roasting-hot temperatures, but before we know it we will be enjoying the cut and thrust of the Premier League, Champions League and top European leagues once again.
So it’s a good time to be kicking off a new football trial in the form of a system called Draw Profits, although in some ways this isn’t actually a new trial at all.
No, it is actually a re-working of a previous system we reviewed, Draw Doubles.
The problem with Draw Doubles was that it involved backing selections in both singles and doubles.
And whilst the singles did pretty well, the doubles had a bit of a ‘mare and dragged down the results. So they have decided to reform the service and just concentrate on the singles.
This seems like a very sensible approach to us and we had said at the outset of our trial of Draw Doubles that we were worried the results for the doubles could be very volatile, have long losing streaks and not truly represent the quality of the individual selections.
So it proved and we are glad to see that the service will now concentrate on just single bets.
The service therefore is very simple: just back the selected match to finish in a draw and that is it – no trading or hedging needed.
The results for the single bets since the service started are pretty strong, with 34 points profit made at a strike rate of 31% and with 69% bank growth.
As we said in the our original review of Draw Doubles, there is evidence to suggest there is value to be found in backing the draw, primarily because not many people bet on it so the price can be higher than it should be.
Let’s hope that proves to be the case here and we end up with some nice profits.
Anyway, we will start our trial today and incorporate the previous results of the single bets that we have already proofed over the last few months.