Hi everyone! Keith here with the conclusion to my review of RebelBetting. It’s now been 5 weeks since the review started and due to a 1 week holiday in the middle of it it’s now been 30 days of actual usage. For those who haven’t read the intro RebelBetting is a sports arbitrage scanner with
My month #1 report on The Omenator painted an exciting picture. Here was a tool that allowed punters to log into a browser-based service whenever they wanted, in order to locate valuable back-to-lay trades. The results were remarkable: and for anyone looking for a bookie-based trading service, The Omenator presents a straightforward way of capitalising on price movements.
If Mike Cruickshank is known for one thing, it’s risk-free betting.And the remarkable truth is, he keeps coming up with brand new angles. My favourite product of his, up until now at any rate, has always been Profit Maximiser. Inevitably therefore, I was keen to get to grips with his latest offering, the somewhat daunting, and rather inelegantly named,
I am always encouraged when a service provider feels confident enough to approach me to request a trial, rather than the other way round. And this is the position I find myself in today, on account of an email from one Sergei Pochinok (hope I’ve got that right), to describe his appealing, if oddly named, new
Hello, JohnJ here again, with the third and final monthly report on my trial of Oddscatcher. This service offers a range of products, from arbs and dutching advice, to an add-on called Market Movers (which is basically a trading strategy). Up till now, I’ve done quite well with arbs and dutching. So: I decided to