Another Two Pass The Test…

…according to our reviewers whose live trials have just ended and now feature in the  Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 21/11/2017.

First up is Back & Win (Fire & Forget), which might admittedly not be everyone’s cup of tea, as it uses a progressive staking system to back favourites with a view to making 1pt a day. To simplify it for you, a 0.5pts on a 2/1 shot could be bet 1 and if it wins you’re done for the day. If it loses, you need to make 1.5pts from bet 2 (the 1pt target and the 0.5pts you just lost) and if this bet is also at 2/1, your stake is therefore 0.75pts and so on.

During the 60 days of our review (which is right here), there were thankfully no losing days and 60pts were banked. The only potential clouds on the horizon for me were (i) the size of bet that might be required if three or four losers happened on a day before the winner came and then ultimately (ii) how much a losing day would cost!

Thankfully, we had no losing days and there have only been 7 losing days since August 2015, so any losses would eventually be recouped. If you think this might be for you, click here to sign up! A subscription to Back & Win (Fire & Forget) is priced at £49.00 per month, but is currently offered at half price for the first month. All payments are handled by Clickbank, offering you a 60-day no quibble money back guarantee period.

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Our other successful triallist was Back Lucrative, a part of Michael Carr’s Win Portfolio (more details on that here). Backed by four full years of solid checkable results, we expected good things from Back Lucrative, so I suppose it’s a measure of its previous success that I felt it underperformed slightly with a strike rate of 12.8% producing an ROI of 8.69%.

Our reviewer however had no prior knowledge of the service and was therefore able to review it blind without any pre-conceived expectations and he was happy to approve it. You can read the full review right here, but he does summarise by saying…“…There were no significant losing runs and some high winning odds was achieved. What I found interesting was due to the results over the review period it one didn’t lose faith in the performances of the selections…I believe this is a service worth adding to one’s portfolio and award it 5/5”

A subscription to Back Lucrative as part of the Win Portfolio is currently priced at £49.00 per month or £299 for a whole year, offering annual subscribers almost 50% discount over monthly fees and for those who like to try before they buy…Annual members get the first two weeks for £2.99 via this link, whilst monthly members can take 2 weeks for £4.99 via this link.

And here’s how these two services fare against the rest…

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Back & Win (Fire & Forget) £600.00 (at day 60) 60 £20.00 Click Here N/A
Back Lucrative (WP) £183.33 (at day 60) 60 £207.50 Click Here 8.69%
FA Racing £167.75 (at day 15) 15 £167.75 Click Here 19.97%
Flat Flyers (WP) -£5.70 (at day 21) 21 -£20.00 Click Here -1.39%
Top Rated Runners -£52.65 (at day 19) 19 -£89.40 Click Here -14.75%
First Class Fancies (WP) -£122.01 (at day 18) 18 £41.30 Click Here -15.85%
Tom’s Racing Picks -£300.42 (at day 18) 18 -£294.00 Click here -42.61%
Platinum Winners -£321.24 (at day 59) 59 £104.77 Click Here -26.77%
Target Tips -£570.03 (at day 51) 51 -£774.89 Click Here -16.19%

As usual, clicking the name of a service takes you straight to their home page, whilst there are links to every review above.

Now, it doesn’t take much to work out that apart from the two successfully completed trials that the past fortnight has been difficult for tipsters, a feeling I know to my own personal cost, of course! That said, FA Racing have got themselves off to a good start rattling up a 22% strike rate for a yield of almost 20%, so I’ll be keeping an eye on that one. If you’d like to follow it too, the review is right here.

And that’s pretty much it for another Wednesday morning!

Thanks for reading,

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