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Published on May 1, 2018

April 2018: The Winners And Losers

Written By Lewis @ Betting Gods

April 2018: The Winners And Losers

April didn’t quite hit the dizzying heights of March and its 357pts of profit but it came close with over 309pts of profit, a figure we’re particularly happy with. April saw quite a lot of change to the Betting Gods network. We gained eSports Betting Tipster, Speedway Guru and JB Racing Tips. But also lost Pro Footy Tips, Footy Doubles and The Sports Guru.

But who performed well and who’s well below par?

The Winners

The clear winner for the month is the newly listed JB Racing Tips. There’s no way you can avoid being impressed by 219pts of profit with a 70% return on investment. With a performance quite this good, we’ve had plenty of naysayers. That’s why, if you’re not convinced, we’d recommend keeping an eye on the GeeGeez review.

Next up is Rod’s Runners who has been featured in The Winners section nearly every month he has been with us. It’s another 139.50pts of profit added for him in April bringing his total for the last 12 months to a bonkers £10,038.68 with £10 bets?!

Top 20 Golf Tips continues to impress. Once a week, he sends out a list of golfers to back to finish in the Top 20 of their tournament. It seems to be paying off with another 44.65pts of profit added in April which means his cumulative profit since launching is now over 700pts.

eSports Betting Tipster certainly had a lot of people confused: Can you really bet on kids playing video games?! Well the answer is not only can you bet on them, but you can make a profit. eSports Betting Tipster pulled in just over 33pts of profit in April.

QF Value Tips, Premier Greyhound Tips, Big Race Bookie Busters and Master Racing Tipster all deserve to be mentioned here too as they made between 25 and 30pts of profit each.

The Losers

It’s only fair that we start with the worst performer of the month and that’s Golf Betting Expert. He’s making too much of a habit of being listed under The Losers so we’re keeping an incredibly close eye on it. If we can find 1 positive, it would be that he recommends tips at averages of 98/1 which does mean just 1 winner can turn a whole month around for him.

Next up, and surprisingly, is Quentin Franks Racing. He was once the most consistent tipster at Betting Gods, producing a reliable stream of income from the horses. But the last few months have been a bumpy ride. Quentin has just under 4 years of results which prove he knows his stuff so we’re just hoping he can find his past form sooner rather than later.

Robert Fraser’s Tennis Tips is another tipster making too many appearances in The Losers so is another we will be watching closely throughout May.

Others who performed poorly include Each Way Leader, Max Racing Partnership and The Bookies Enemy. We are not worried in the slightest about these as they are strong performers who have just hit a small bump. This just goes to show that even the best tipster can and will hit the odd losing month and why it’s important to have a long term view when it comes to following a tipster.

The Overall Picture

Overall, it was a solid month from the Betting Gods tipsters. Worryingly, a few tipsters have made a repeat showing at the bottom end of the table and have dragged the network-wide profit down so we will be keeping an eye on them. But plenty of tipster, 14 in fact, ended April with a solid profit and we’re just hoping those same tipsters can repeat that in May.

Here’s the full breakdown of how each tipster performed in April 2018:

Tipster NameProfit in PointsProfit with £10 Stakes
Total Profit309.25pts£3,092.50
JB Racing Tips219.00pts£2,190.00
Rod's Runners139.50pts£1,395.00
Top 20 Golf Tips44.65pts£446.50
eSports Betting Tipster33.23pts£332.30
QF Value Tips30.44pts£304.40
Premier Greyhound Tips28.66pts£286.60
Big Race Bookie Busters27.43pts£274.30
Master Racing Tipster24.20pts£242.00
Top Rated Runners15.79pts£157.90
Flat Racing Master14.43pts£144.30
Chloe's Football Focus9.74pts£97.40
Speedway Guru6.08pts£60.80
The Football Formula2.55pts£25.50
The Boxing Betting Tipster-6.50pts-£65.00
The Football Guru-8.23pts-£82.30
Each Way Leader-10.66pts-£106.60
Max Racing Partnership-16.07pts-£160.70
Value Racing Tips-19.40pts-£194.00
The Racing King-19.79pts-£197.90
The Bookies Enemy-22.76pts-£227.60
Draw Master-34.81pts-£348.10
Robert Fraser's Tennis Tips-37.13pts-£371.30
Quentin Franks Racing-51.85pts-£518.50
Golf Betting Expert-59.25pts-£592.50

If you follow any of the tipsters, let us know in the comments section below who you’ve enjoyed following or even who you’re not enjoying:

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  1. I’ve had a look at the results for JB racing. They are impressive, however I would argue that Rods Runners is still superior. Rod usually advises 1pt per tip whereas from the results published I’ve noticed that JB usually advises 2.5pts either for win or 2.5 pts each way. If Rod was to just double his points value then he would still be at the top. Additionally with the level of stakes that JB is advising any losing month is going to be particularly harsh on funds. He is doing well though so hopefully the profits will continue but the level of stakes is why I have been so reluctant to join up. I don’t have an apetite for big stakes. I thought I did then I signed up to chloe (who is quite good) but I couldn’t bring myself to bet £50 – £100 on a football match which meant eventhough she was in profit I was not. I know that stupid given that I’m betting far more per day across Rods Runners tips. I’m glad that I have Rod as I have a subscription to Value Racing and Golf Betting expert who have both been big losers for me over the last few months. If it wasn’t for the fact I have a lifetime subscription to Golf Betting Expert I would have cancelled but my points for gold only are £5 and not £10 as advised. Also if it wasn’t for a 6 month special offer for value racing I would have also cancelled. I did cancel Quentin Franks as I paid quarterly and 2 month worth of losses combined with all the other losses meant that it didnt seem value for money. I also have draw master who has made a loss and I hope this is just a blip in form.

    You say Pro Footy Tips, Footy Doubles and The Sports Guru are no longer tipsters with you. What was the reason for that?

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    • Lewis @ Betting Gods

      Thanks for taking the time to write such an extensive comment – I’ll try to reply without missing anything.

      First of all, I would say both Rod’s Runners and JB Racing Tips are very successful tipsters in their own ways. The reason we publish ROI figures on each tipster’s page is to avoid tipsters using high stakes to inflate their profit without actually producing a decent return.

      ROI is actually one of the main data points we look at when vetting tipsters who join Betting Gods.

      It does seem like you’ve joined a handful of tipsters who are all on losing runs which obviously doesn’t look good on Betting Gods as a network. However, I do hope that our open approach reassures you.

      Pro Footy Tips decided to leave as he no longer wanted to share his tips. Footy Doubles decided to leave as we were not publicly listing his service on the network due to a run of poor form. The Sports Guru (Anthony) is still with us as The Football Guru and The Speedway Guru. The Sports Guru took a lot of work and simply didn’t attract enough members to warrant that effort.

      Thanks again for commenting!

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  2. Hi,I’m signed up to four services at the moment, 2 of which had winning months and 2 losing. I signed up to all of them through offers on the daily Free Tips e-mails for some fantastic discounts, so thank you for that. My latest foray is into JB Racing where I took the Early Bird offer. I’m very pleased indeed with the service so far even though I’m only risking £2.50 per point at this stage, especially with the transition from jumps to flat. The point of me writing this is to suggest to people that they take up the special offers when they arise. You can often get 3 months of tips at a ridiculously low price and I’ve found you usually at least cover your subscription at the end of it even if you only stake really low. It’s then entirely up to you if you renew or not.

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    • Lewis @ Betting Gods

      Glad to hear you’re enjoying the tips Marcus and sound advice.

      Plenty of offers are run year-round. However, like JB Racing Tips, we do occasionally offer time restricted offers. This is a reminder to anyone that when we say an offer expires on a certain date, it WILL expire.

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  3. I have commented already about the Golf Betting Expert under his page earlier today and to be fair to Craig hes responded promptly. He provided a little insight to his selection process. He freely accepted his selection process this year, so far hasn’t worked out. There’s no getting away from the fact is been pretty awful so far this year. We’re having a torrid time. Will keep the faith a little longer but for sure losses like this cannot be sustained so really hopeful we can turn a corner very soon indeed.

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    • Lewis @ Betting Gods

      Unfortunately, Geir who runs Pro Footy Tips decided to leave Betting Gods. He is an excellent tipster and we are wishing him luck for the future. Paying members were sent an explanation and details on what happens to their subscription. If you have a paid membership with Pro Footy Tips, could you send us an email: support@bettinggods.com

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