It’s been a tough start to our trial of the US Sports Capper, with 24 points lost so far.
The vast majority of the tips so far have been on the NHL, with a few on the NBA. Maybe there have been some unexpected results in the NHL lately because the other US sports tipster we are reviewing at the moment, the Top NHL Betting Tipster, has also been struggling recently.
In any event, it is early days so plenty of time to turn things around and get back on track.
US Sports Capper – New Review
21st January 2019
The popularity of US sports – particularly NFL – has grown considerably around the world in recent years.
The Super Bowl for example attracts over 150m viewers worldwide and ice hockey is growing in popularity across Europe.
And with the recent legalisation of gambling in some US states, all of this means there are now more opportunities to gamble on – and hopefully make a profit from – US sports.
So on that note we are starting our second trial of a US sports tipster in the space of a week, after recently starting a trial of the Top NHL Betting Tipster.
The trial we are kicking off today is of an all-round US sports expert, the aptly-named US Sports Capper.
To us here in Europe the term “Capper” (or “handicapper”) is the US version of “tipster,” but whatever the parlance this pro certainly seems to know his stuff.
Since starting tipping in September they have made an impressive 180 points profit – or £1,800 profit to £10 stakes. That has been achieved with a superb return on investment of over 47% and a respectable strike rate of over 30%.
They mainly tip in baseball (MLB), hockey (NHL) and basketball (NBA), with the occasional tip in football.
The bets are mainly in the match odds and handicap markets, meaning it should be fairly straightforward to follow.
We started receiving tips on 14th January so will record results from then and will aim to run a standard three month trial with regular updates on this page.