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The Rolling Aces – Results Update

It’s been a much better month for tennis tipster The Rolling Aces, with a profit of 37 points made since our last update at advised staking.

That means they are now 68 points up for our trial overall at advised staking.

You can view full results here.

This service uses an unusual “rolling accumulator” staking system. In essence this means they roll on the stakes and profit from the previous bet until a sequence of winners is completed, or there’s a loser. The aim in each sequence of bets is to turn 1pt into 20pts for each attempt.

We are also recording results at level stakes for the purpose of comparison and to be sure the tips are profitable in themselves and not just because of the staking system.

Using flat stakes they have made 14 points profit since our last update, meaning they are now 4 points up for our trial overall.

So clearly the advised staking is proving more profitable so far. Although it is unusual staking system it isn’t loss-recovery (Martingale) so isn’t overly risky by any means. 

 

 

 

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The Rolling Aces – Results Update

13th July 2022

A slight dip again for tennis tipster The Rolling Aces over the last month, with a loss of 5 points made since our last update at advised staking.

That means they are now 31 points up for our trial overall at advised staking.

You can view full results here.

This service uses an unusual “rolling accumulator” staking system. In essence this means they roll on the stakes and profit from the previous bet until a sequence of winners is completed, or there’s a loser. The aim in each sequence of bets is to turn 1pt into 20pts for each attempt.

We are also recording results at level stakes for the purpose of comparison and to be sure the tips are profitable in themselves and not just because of the staking system.

Using flat stakes there has been no change since our last update, meaning they are still 10 points down for our trial overall.

So as mentioned last time a bit of a divergence in results depending on which staking system you use, but the rolling staking isn’t a loss recovery system so doesn’t come with inherently more risk —  you are only ever rolling on winnings, not chasing losses.

 

 

 

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The Rolling Aces – Results Update

13th July 2022

A small movement in the right direction for tennis tipster The Rolling Aces over the last month, with a  profit of 8 points made since our last update at advised staking.

That means they are now 36 points up for our trial overall at advised staking.

You can view full results here.

This service uses an unusual “rolling accumulator” staking system. In essence this means they roll on the stakes and profit from the previous bet until a sequence of winners is completed, or there’s a loser. The aim in each sequence of bets is to turn 1pt into 20pts for each attempt.

We are also recording results at level stakes for the purpose of comparison and to be sure the tips are profitable in themselves and not just because of the staking system.

Using flat stakes they have lost 2 points since our last update and are 10 points down for our trial overall.

So a bit of a divergence in results depending on which staking system you use.

 

 

 

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The Rolling Aces – Results Update

14th June 2022

A slight reversal for tennis tipster The Rolling Aces over the last month, with a loss of 11 points made since our last update at advised staking.

That means they are now 28 points up for our trial overall at advised staking.

You can view full results here.

This service uses an unusual “rolling accumulator” staking system. In essence this means they roll on the stakes and profit from the previous bet until a sequence of winners is completed, or there’s a loser. The aim in each sequence of bets is to turn 1pt into 20pts for each attempt.

We are also recording results at level stakes for the purpose of comparison and to be sure the tips are profitable in themselves and not just because of the staking system.

Using flat stakes they have lost 1 point since our last update and are 8 points down for our trial overall.

 

 

 

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The Rolling Aces – Results Update

11th May 2022

Things have bounced back nicely for tennis tipster The Rolling Aces recently, with a profit of 14 points made since our last update at advised staking.

That means they are now 39 points up for our trial overall at advised staking.

You can view full results here.

This service uses an unusual “rolling accumulator” staking system. In essence this means they roll on the stakes and profit from the previous bet until a sequence of winners is completed, or there’s a loser. The aim in each sequence of bets is to turn 1pt into 20pts for each attempt.

We are also recording results at level stakes for the purpose of comparison and to be sure the tips are profitable in themselves and not just because of the staking system.

Using flat stakes they have lost 4 points since our last update and are 7 points down for our trial overall.

 

 

 

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The Rolling Aces – Results Update

4th April 2022

There’s been something of a setback for tennis tipster The Rolling Aces recently, with a loss of 25 points made since our last update at advised staking.

That means they are now 25 points up for our trial overall at advised staking.

You can view full results here.

This service uses an unusual “rolling accumulator” staking system. In essence this means they roll on the stakes and profit from the previous bet until a sequence of winners is completed. So much like an accumulator but doing it manually because the bets are over a few days. The aim in each sequence of bets is to turn 1pt into 20pts for each attempt. Normally it takes 4 or 5 winning bets in a row to successfully complete.

If a sequence loses you go back to the beginning and start with 1 point staked. In that sense it is good because you aren’t risking more than one point of your stakes for each sequence – that is the most you can lose for each sequence. So it’s not like loss-recovery (aka martingale) in which stakes can become ridiculous quite quickly.

In any event, we are also recording results at level stakes for the purpose of comparison and to be sure the tips are profitable in themselves and not just because of the staking system. They are 3 points down for our trial to date at level stakes.

 

 

 

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The Rolling Aces – Results Update

28th February 2022

It’s been a very good start to our trial of tennis tipster The Rolling Aces, with a profit of 50 points made so far after just over one month.

You can view full results here.

This service uses an unusual “rolling accumulator” staking system. In essence this means they roll on the stakes and profit from the previous bet until a sequence of winners is completed. So much like an accumulator but doing it manually because the bets are over a few days. The aim in each sequence of bets is to turn 1pt into 20pts for each attempt. Normally it takes 4 or 5 winning bets in a row to successfully complete.

If a sequence loses you go back to the beginning and start with 1 point staked. In that sense it is good because you aren’t risking more than one point of your stakes for each sequence – that is the most you can lose for each sequence. So it’s not like loss-recovery (aka martingale) in which stakes can become ridiculous quite quickly.

In any event, we are also recording results at level stakes for the purpose of comparison and to be sure the tips are profitable in themselves and not just because of the staking system. The good news is they are also in profit at level stakes, with 7 points profit made for our trial to date.

Good start all round then from this service.

 

 

 

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The Rolling Aces – New Review

25th January 2022

Today we are starting a new trial of a tennis tipster called The Rolling Aces.

Over the years we have come across very few high-quality tennis betting services. In fact to date we only have one approved tennis service – Tennis Goldmine. 

Yet tennis is one of the most gambled-on sports in the world and with matches pretty much year-round it does offer lots of opportunities to bet on. 

So we are always eager to check out any promising new tennis services and The Rolling Aces looks like it fits the bill. 

It’s only been proofing to the Betting Gods site since August last year but has made a profit every month since then, with total profit of over 110 points made so far.

That has been achieved at a massive return on investment (ROI) of 42% and an excellent strike rate of 66%

The bets tend to come in more niche markets like handicaps, number of games, breaks of serve etc. 

There is a twist with this service though and that comes with the staking. In essence they roll on the stakes and profit from the previous bet. So much like an accumulator but doing it manually because the bets are over a few days so it wouldn’t be possible to place them in an acca as the odds wouldn’t be available. 

It’s a little unusual to be honest and not a staking system we have seen used too often. It’s not inherently risky though because you are starting with one point stakes and only rolling on previous gains, so it’s totally different to loss-recovery staking systems that we are not normally fans of. 

As ever though we will see whether it works in practice under a live trial. We started receiving tips on 20th January so will record results from then and will update progress as we go along here.

In the meantime you can check out The Rolling Aces for yourself here.

 

 

 

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