Multi-sports tipster The Bookie Smasher is struggling to get going in our trial so far, with a further 20 points lost since our last update a month ago.
That means they are now 25 points down for our trial overall.
As mentioned last time there are a huge number of tips, with 450 bets advised for our trial so far. These come in a variety of sports and leagues so following the service does take a bit more work than most. Hopefully they can start producing the results to make that extra work worthwhile.
The Bookie Smasher – Results Update
14th January 2020
It’s been a quiet start to our trial of The Bookie Smasher, with a small loss of 5 points made so far after just over one month.
The bet volume is quite high with over 200 tips advised so far and they come in a variety of sports including football, ice hockey, basketball and darts. Most of the selections are in the major leagues but a few are a bit more obscure so take a little longer to find the markets.
Anyway, as we say a pretty even start to our trial, let’s see how they’re doing in a month’s time.
The Bookie Smasher – New Review
10th December 2019
Today we are starting a review of an interesting new tipster who tips in multiple sports and has the encouraging title of “The Bookie Smasher.”
We hope that name proves appropriate over the course of our review and beyond, but looking at their published record the title might not be out of place.
Since starting up in May they have made over 130 points profit, all to one point level stakes. That equates to over £1,300 to £10 stakes or £3,250 to £25 stakes.
The strike rate is exceptionally high at 62% and since May the longest losing run has been just 6 bets and the highest drawdown on the bank has been just under 15pts (where as the longest winning run has been 17 bets). So these results look ideal if you are searching for a consistent tipster who regularly finds winners and has manageable staking.
Even with such a high strike rate the ROI is also solid at over 11%, which is good to see.
As ever with Betting Gods tipsters you can get a 7 day trial for just £1 to check out the service and see if it is right for you.
Tips are provided across a huge spectrum of sports from football and tennis to badminton and volleyball, which is an unusual approach as most tipsters usually just concentrate on one or two sports.
However, there are some very good multi-sport tipsters out there like Betting Bias and Sports Spread Betting, so we know it can be done to make a profit betting in multiple different sports.
Whether it proves to be the case for this tipster we will have to wait and see but certainly the published results to date look very promising.
So we will kick off a review today and report back in around a month on how things are going.