It’s been an up and down start to our trial of horse racing service The Strict Rule System, which went into big profit early on but has since fallen back to be just 1 point up so far at advised prices.
At Betfair SP it is actually in deficit for our trial, with 12 points lost so far.
The staking system utilises staking between 6 and 10 points placed on each selection, so that is worth bearing in mind when looking at the results (please note this update previously had Tipstrr’s staking which is unit based on £/€/$ etc so that was not the staking system used by the service itself, which as we say is 6-10 points).
Most of the bets come in Irish racing which is unusual but nice to have a bit of variety as most of the services we follow concentrate on UK racing.
So things pretty much even here so far but early days and plenty of time to get moving in the right direction again.
The Strict Rule System – New Review
24th July 2018
Today we are going to take a look at a new tipster from the reputable Tipstrr platform and this one is called the Strict Rule System.
It is a horse racing service and although we don’t get details of what the rules behind the system actually are, apparently it is run by a guy called Edward, whose trialled and tested horse racing system has become a staple of the Tipstrr platform.
Edward likes to prioritise helping members improve their level of knowledge with regards to horse racing and giving them all the tools they need to win.
The system appears to work very well, with close to 1800 points profit made since the service started around a year ago.
That has been made with a return on investment of over 17% which is pretty decent and the strike rate is over 32%, which is fairly solid.
There is certainly something to be said for strategies that follow clear rules as it takes out the element of human emotion and bias that can affect the objectivity of some gamblers.
Whether it ends up making profit under live trial conditions remains to be seen but we will find out soon enough.
So we will kick off a standard three month trial and will report back soon on how things are going.