It’s been a solid start to our trial of Jibber Jabber Racing, with a profit of 5 points made so far after one month.
The Betfair SP results however are doing quite a bit worse, with a loss of 16 points made for our trial to date.
This is an interesting service on a number of fronts: firstly, there are incredibly detailed write-ups that come with each tip – probably some of the most detailed we have seen from a tipster in fact. So you know they (should we be calling them Jibber?) are really putting in a lot of work and love their racing.
Secondly, the tips don’t just come in one e-mail for the day but normally two or three, often either late at night or very early in the morning, so watch out for that.
And thirdly a lot of the prices get smashed in (as you can see from the difference between the advised prices and BSP results), which is probably testament to the following they have amassed and finding value.
Anyway, as we say a solid start to our trial and let’s hope they can kick on from here.
Jibber Jabber – New Review
13th November 2018
Well this one definitely wins the award for most interestingly-named tipster we have reviewed for a while.
Yes today we are starting a new trial of a horse racing tipster called “Jibber Jabber.”
We honestly aren’t sure where the name comes from, but the tipster in question has amassed quite a following for himself.
Until very recently they operated on OLBG and were the number one horse racing tipster on the platform by quite some margin, racking up over 419 points profit over the last 12 months, with the next best making 242 points.
Following the tips to advised prices would have increased your starting bank from £1,000 to over £45,000 (using progressive staking), which is quite a result to say the least.
As you can imagine with such an impressive record, Jibber Jabber has amassed a huge following on Twitter, with over 39,000 followers at the time of writing.
A quick glance down his Twitter feed reveals tweets from all kinds of excitable punters celebrating their winnings from his tips. But then with the kind of returns he has delivered, why shouldn’t they really?
The stats on the results look very respectable too, with a solid strike rate of 20% and a return on investment of 22%.
It is not surprising with results like these that have been verified on OLBG that demand for the service is very high and we expect membership places to fill up quickly.
As ever though, we will be running our own trial first before delivering our verdict so stay tuned to see how they get on over the next few months.