More hit than miss…

…is the simplest way of describing the performance of our trials over the last three weeks (I was away last week), as can now be seen in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 10/04/2018. 

Of our dozen active reviews, 5 of them made a combined profit of £637.00, whilst the other seven handed £516.52 of that money back to the bookies, so hypothetically if someone was using our trial services as a betting portfolio, they’d now be £120.48 better off over the past three weeks.

What this means is that now 8 of the 12 are in profit and across all twelve the imaginary portfolio is worth £1377.66, which is very good, but is skewed by a quartet of higher earners as I’ll show in our “league table” a little further down this page.

Since my last roundup (post-Chelts but pre-Easter), five of our twelve triallists have posted triple digit results ie they’ve made or lost more than £100, with three of them doing so to profit. Those three (in ascending order of profit) are…

Bronze – Racing Excellence 5f Lays who managed to find 8 losers from 9 lays (88.89% SR) enabling their progressive staking plan to earn them £133.51, as listed here in David Sutton’s review.

Silver – goes to the consistently good Cleeve Racing who (as shown here in Iain MacMillan’s review) had 5 winners from 12 selections (41.67% SR) on their way to adding another £180.25 to their bottom line at a massive ROI of some 75.1%. To be honest, this strike rate & ROI actually make Cleeve Racing my top performer over the last three weeks, but in pure monetary terms, they were only beaten by…

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Gold – The 15 Point Plan whose £232.87 profit over the last three weeks represented a 26.95% return on stakes invested and came via an 18.56% strike rate after hitting 18 winners from 97 picks. Sadly (as you’ll see shortly) this might not be enough for them to get a positive verdict from Ernest Anthony’s review, which is right here.

And the pair of £100-plus losses?

Well, it was a pretty woeful time for both Racing Excellence VIP Bets and the Race Reader service. James Cross’ review of the former shows just 5 winners from 26 (19.23% SR) for a loss of £111.62 or 45.26% of stakes (the issue here being the odds of the winners not covering the losses, as the SR was OK).

And in a complete role reversal, reviewer Ernest Anthony who is overseeing our highest earner this time around, is also tasked with reporting on the “winner” of this roundup’s wooden spoon, as the Race Reader service failed to find a single winner from 13 selections, losing some £190.00 along the way. Ernest’s review make pretty grim reading right now, I’m afraid!

So how does this affect the overall picture…

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review ROI
Cleeve Racing £803.70 (at day 33) 33 £180.25 Click Here 44.15%
E/W Leader £252.43 (at day 56) 56 -£33.50 Click Here 40.71%
Each Way Hits £229.99 (at day 40) 40 £47.87 Click Here 54.11%
Racing Excellence 5f Lays £211.70 (at day 10) 10 £133.51 Click Here n/a
Loves Racing £104.00 (at day 11) 11 £42.50 Click Here 14.25%
Betting Mastermind £90.60 (at day 56) 56 -£56.70 Click Here n/a
The Racing Tipster £13.54 (at day 33) 33 -£52.46 Click Here 2.42%
Racing Excellence Best Bets £5.90 (at day 60) 60 -£11.64 Click Here 1.01%
Racing Excellence VIP Bets -£41.65 (at day 60) 60 -£111.62 Click Here -1.40%
Draw Master -£63.40 (at day 48) 48 -£60.60 Click Here -2.39%
15 Point Plan -£98.48 (at day 56) 56 £232.87 Click Here -4.05%
Race Reader -£130.67 (at day 24) 24 -£190.00 Click Here -29.70%

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

Now, to be honest with you, there’s not a great deal of change in that leaderboard since my last roundup. The top three are the same and in the same order and the bottom two from last time have just moved up a place after our new wooden spoonist fell to the bottom of the table. The table itself is self-explanatory, so I won’t patronise you by explaining it, but you do know where I am if something’s not clear.

And my post-Easter three to follow (or at least keep an eye on!) are as last time…

  • Cleeve Racing for breaking beyond £800 profit at an excellent ROI at just past the halfway point of their review.
  • E/W Leader for an excellent profit of over 40p in the pound, despite a small setback this time around
  • and Each Way Hits, whose profits are currently running at over 54% of stakes invested.

I’m not telling you to rush out and sign up to any just now, but if you were interested in adding something new to your portfolio, you could do a lot worse than one, two or even all three of those I’ve singled out.

If you’ve any questions about my three eye-catchers, any of the other nine trials or just any other product you might have seen/heard of you know where I am! Otherwise I’ll sign off here.

Thanks for reading, I’m back in a fortnight.


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