It’s been a cracking start to our trial of horse racing service Tipping Point, with a profit of 65 points made so far at advised prices after six weeks.
At Betfair SP the results have also been excellent, with a profit of 47 points made for our trial to date.
This is quite a high volume service with an average of around 6 bets per day but staking is always to 1 point so is very manageable.
It’s great to see a service finally living up to its pre-trial billing – long may that continue!
Tipping Point – New Review
11th May 2019
Today we are starting a trial of a new horse racing tipster from the Punt Hub tipster platform.
This one is called Tipping Point and it’s been causing quite a stir in the Punthub community with some stellar results since going live.
In less then 3 months of live tipping to Punthub it has made 78 points profit to advised prices or 35 points at BSP.
Results since July 2018 are very impressive, with 1023 selections of which 245 have won (23.9% strike rate). Those bets have generated a profit of 317 points (Betfair SP) or 453 points profit (Bets odds), which is obviously awesome stuff.
The system has only had 1 losing month to Betfair SP and no losing months to best odds guaranteed (BOG). Quite remarkably both sets of results show very good return on investment at 31% to Betfair, or a huge 44% to best odds.
Although results prior to March haven’t been published, we have found Punthub to be a reliable and transparent platform so wouldn’t doubt those results have been achieved.
As always however, what counts is how they do under the spotlight of a live trial, so let’s reserve our judgement until we have seen them in action for a while.
This is quite a high-volume service with as many as 10 bets per day on busy days so there is a bit of work involved in following it but the results so far suggest it would be worth it.
Tips can be received through both e-mail and Telegram which is good to see.
We have been receiving tips since 30th April so will record results from then and will update things here regularly during the review.