Tipster of the Month – May

As May has come to a close it is time for our “Tipster of the Month” award.

This is where we look at the top tipsters – both those we have reviewed in the past and those we are currently reviewing – to see who’s performed most strongly over the last month.

It’s a chance to find out who is in form and has been giving the bookies a good hiding over the last month and to note any stand-out performances.

Now it’s time to look at the top tipsters from May.


The Sporting Month of May

May was a month of transition in the sporting world as the football season came towards an end in Europe, whilst the flat racing season got fully underway. 

There was also a feeling of déjà vu in the big European leagues as perennial winners PSG, Bayern Munich and Manchester City once again won their respective domestic leagues.

In Spain Barcelona continued the duopoly of La Liga by winning the title for the first time in four years, whilst in Italy Napoli broke the mould by capturing their first Scudetto in over 30 years. 

In the racing world, the month got off to a flying start with the Guineas meeting at Newmarket, where Chaldean won the 2,000 Guineas with the ageless Frankie Dettori on board whilst Mawj won the 1000 Guineas for trainer Saeed bin Suroor.


Tipster of the Month – May 2023

In terms of tipping, May saw some strong performances from both horse racing and football tipsters with plenty of profit made across the board. 

Let’s take a look at the best tipsters for the month of May. 


3. Banker Bets 

It is quite tough for football services to break into our list, as they tend to grind out small gains rather than have big winners like horse racing and golf services. 

However, this month a footy tipster has managed to break into the top 3 and that is Banker Bets.

Using a variety of strategies they produced some strong gains in May, with the four systems delivering the following results:-

  • Over 1.5 Goals: 33 wins and 4 losses for 20.7% profit on starting bank and 11.19% ROI
  • Over 2.5 Goals: 20 wins and 10 losses for 13.32% profit on starting bank and 22.2% ROI
  • Favourites: 20 wins, 4 losses and 1 void for 7.2% profit on starting bank and 5.76% ROI
  • Draws: 17 wins and 40 losses for 0.17% profit on starting bank and 0.29% ROI

That’s really good consistency and continues the momentum shown in previous months.

As we say it’s tough for footy services to break through so with these results, Banker Bets is well worthy of a place on our Tipster of the Month awards. 


2. King of the Picks

Taking the number two spot for the month is a horse racing service we are currently reviewing, King of the Picks.

With the flat season getting going in earnest it was a perfect time for them to show their mettle and that is exactly what it did in May, racking up an impressive 28 points profit. 

There were some big winners throughout the month, including Bielsa at 12/1, Urban Sprawl at 12/1, Great State at 8/1 and plenty more at decent prices. 

We have come to expect high quality from the King of the Picks service and that is what they have delivered. Congratulations to them on racking up some very healthy profits in May.


1. The Bookies Enemy

The winner of out Tipster of the Month for May is a service that passed a review here at HBR back in 2018 and has delivering superb results for a while now and that is horse racing tipster The Bookies Enemy.

With an excellent 364 points profit made since August 2022 and nine profitable months out of the last ten, they have been relentless in their pursuit of profit. 

May was no exception either with another 48 points profit made for the month, which would be £1200 profit at £25 per point stakes.

That included winners at 16/1, 11/1, & 8/1 and many more at a range of prices that kept the profits rolling in throughout the month. 

A formidable effort then that hit the bookies where it hurts and earned The Bookies Enemy our Tipster of the Month awards for May. 

You can check out The Bookies Enemy for yourself here.





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