Sadly, that seemed to be the case for many of us punters relying on our own wits/judgement last week, but we weren’t alone! The so-called professionals also toiled and this is reflected in the the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 21/03/2017, as I’ll now explain.
The following figures/results are from over a fortnight, as we didn’t bring a review to you last week during the Festival (we thought you had enough other stuff to read!), so here goes…
I added three new reviews this week, so of the 10 products currently on our “leaderboard”, backing every selection since my last roundup would have seen you lose the princely sum of £1027.86, WOW! And this is because only two (yes, two) made any profit and they only made £55 between them!
For the record, National Hunt Supremo came out on top with a profit of £33.75 after hitting 4 winners from 11, avoiding the Festival completely, whilst our other profitable service was JTs Racing who closed out the final 9 days of their review (which is right here) by adding £21.25 via 7 winners from 20 (0/3 at Chelts) to end their trial well in profit.
The other 8 trialists lost a grand total of £1082.86 with deficits ranging from a manageable £9.62 through to an eye-watering £338.04…
…as seen in the updated “league table”…
|System||Profit||Service Days||Trial days||Weekly P/L||Full Review|
|JTs Racing||£373.46||(at day 60)||60||£21.25||Click Here|
|Max Racing Partnership||£232.79||(at day 60)||60||-£14.93||Click Here|
|National Hunt Supremo||£161.79||(at day 42)||42||£33.75||Click Here|
|DG Tips||£70.48||(at day 47)||47||-£293.98||Click Here|
|Bookies Enemy #1||-£9.62||(at day 6)||6||-£9.62||Click Here|
|Target Tips||-£20.78||(at day 23)||23||-£177.99||Click Here|
|Big Race Bookie Busters||-£64.12||(at day 7)||7||-£64.12||Click Here|
|The Snout||-£73.71||(at day 48)||48||-£145.18||Click Here|
|PJ’s Racing Bets||-£226.09||(at day 43)||43||-£39.00||Click Here|
|High Rollers Betting||-£338.04||(at day 7)||7||-£338.04||Click Here|
As usual, clicking the name of a service takes you straight to their home page, whilst there are links to every review above.
The figures above are pretty self explanatory, but I want to briefly touch on a couple of reviews that ended since I last compiled a roundup.
JTs Racing had 156 selections spread across their 60 betting days, so it’s not too busy to handle and with 57 winners providing a strike rate of 36.53% and a profit of £373.46 at an ROI of 23.94% from £10 level stakes, it really is a no brainer to recommend this one to you.
You can get involved with JTs Racing by clicking their name anywhere on this page or VIA THIS LINK. Subscriptions are set at £35.94 per month or £71.88 per quarter (3 for 2!) and using our link gets you your first month for just a fiver! (Those fees include VAT).
The other one I want to mention is Max Racing Partnership, who despite a small sub-£15 loss this time around ended their trial with a healthy profit of 66.5pts at an ROI of some 24.2%. This was achieved thanks to hitting 30 winners from 105 selections (28.57% SR) and not only are they one of the more selective services (less than 2 selections per day on average), they actually made a profit at Cheltenham with 3 winners from 8.
Max Racing Partnership is currently priced at £29.95 per month, but there are substantial discounts for those signing up for longer periods, as a quarterly subscription is offered at £69.95, saving you over 22% over the quarter. Best value of all is the Lifetime membership available for little more than 8 months’ subs at £249.95
And that’s your roundup done for another week!
Thanks for reading,