The Rolling Aces turned it around in the 3rd month of my trial, banking £198.08 profit and almost regaining what was lost in the first two months.
I should be happy with this but there is something that just doesn't sit quite right with me.
Even though the staking plan isn't a loss recovery type system, the tipster increases stakes after a winning bet so stakes can get quite high.
In this past month, it worked out great as there was a 5 win streak and the 5th bet of the streak won £182.00. To win this much though, the stake had risen to £130.00 (£10 per pt). The stakes reset back to 1 pt after 5 bets so at least they wouldn't be getting higher than that.
If the 5th bet had lost, it would have taken away all of the profit from the previous four bets and more.
|The Rolling Aces – Update Three||Advised Prices||Price taken|
|Profit (£)||£ 207.63||£ 198.08|
|New Bank||£ 1,466.47||£ 1,453.81|
|% Bank Growth||-2.24%||-3.08%|
|The Rolling Aces – Whole Trial||Advised Prices||Price taken|
|Profit (£)||(£ 33.53)||(£ 46.19)|
|New Bank||£ 1,498.07||£ 1,475.29|
|% Bank Growth||-0.13%||-1.65%|
I personally just can't get on with this type of staking with a tips service. I had joined the service in the middle of a winning streak so my first two bets were £55.40 and £108.70, which was more than 10% of my bank.
I worked out the profit / loss using level £10 stakes and it would have been £145.60 lost for the three months.
For me, it is a fail for this service for the reasons stated above and also as it had three poor months based on level stakes results.
I would expect more consistent results at the range of odds the tipster is betting at and not have to rely on a winning streak to produce a profit.
Update Two: 27th April 2022
Things aren't quite going to plan in my Rolling Aces trial with a second losing month to report and a total of £244.27 lost.
There are still some peculiar stakes being thrown in that I don't quite understand at the moment, other than being some sort of progressive staking after a winning bet.
The problem is, it only seems to be losing me more money right now rather than building up profit.
|The Rolling Aces – Update Two||Advised Prices||Price taken|
|Profit (£)||(£ 176.04)||(£ 176.61)|
|New Bank||£ 1,258.84||£ 1,255.73|
|% Bank Growth||-16.08%||-16.28%|
Not much else to say here but I will keep the trial running for another month to see if things get any better.
Update One: 26th February 2022
I was a bit taken aback when I received the first few tips from The Rolling Aces, as I wasn't expecting to see an unusual staking system in place.
My first two bets were staked at £55.40 and £108.70, or 5.54 pts and 10.87 pts. I still haven't quite figured out what sort of staking system it is but it doesn't seem to be loss recovery as stakes have increased after winning bets.
At the end of the first month of my trial I have lost £67.66 at the available prices at bookmakers available in the UK. Based on the European bookmakers, I lost £65.44, so the difference isn't that significant at the moment.
|The Rolling Aces – Update One||Advised Prices||Price taken|
|Profit (£)||(£ 65.12)||(£ 67.66)|
|New Bank||£ 1,434.88||£ 1,432.34|
|% Bank Growth||-4.34%||-4.51%|
I hope to be able to report a profit in month two of my trial which will be posted in April.
Introduction: 26th February 2022
Expert tennis tipster Richie hasn't had a losing month since launching his tennis tips service, The Rolling Aces, over at Betting Gods.
It launched in August 2021 and he has since built up to a profit of £1,049.99 at £10 per pt stakes. That is an average monthly profit of £150.00 and a 70% bank growth.
Richie focuses his tennis tipster service on ATP, WTA, Challenger, ITF and other major tennis tournaments and I am told that his knowledge of tennis betting is unrivaled.
Here's a breakdown of the statistics for the service to date:
Betting Gods say that the odds are available with major UK bookmakers and this is something that I will be monitoring. I often find that tennis tipsters use European bookmakers that I, along with other Brits, can't always use without some kind of workaround.
I will track my own results over the next few months and I will post updates here to compare results at the advised prices and the available prices at both European and UK bookmakers.