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Once you get to the level of betting where you constantly win you will find out that there are two kinds of bookies around:
1. Where one account is enough for the entire life… And that is the bookie that welcomes winners.
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Benoit Paire v Kenny De Schepper | 06.11.2018 | Mouilleron-Le-Captif Challenger | Tennis | Match preview and Free Tip by Ardeal

There are a couple of more weeks with at least average quality tennis to be played (ATP Challenger level), with the last one finishing 25th of November 2018, in Andria (Italy). This week we have 4 tournaments to be played, and nice to see such a well-balanced mixture, with two Challengers played indoors in Europe (Bratislava and Mouilleron le Captif), one played on hard outdoor in USA (Knoxville), and one in Uruguay on outdoor clay (Montevideo).

 

The match I will analyze today is the first-round match between two Frenchies, held in France.  The match will have facing no. 53 in the world, Benoit Paire, and no. 209, Kenny De Schepper.  Benoit Paire is a 29 years-old Frenchie, with a height of 196cm and using a Right-Handed Forehand and a Two-Handed Backhand. He is being coached, currently, by Jean-Charles Diame. Kenny De Schepper is a 31 years-old Frenchie, with a height of 203cm and using a Left-Handed Forehand and a One-Handed Backhand. He is being coached, currently, by Henri Fabrega.

Paire’s style of play is characterized by its flashiness, unpredictability and at times inconsistency. The main strength of his game is his double-handed backhand, known for its speed and spin. Paire often uses topspin backhands crosscourt at great speed and acute angles to set up a powerful backhand down-the-line to finish off points. In contrast, his forehand is relatively less powerful and consistent, particularly when played on the defense, to the extent that he’s been known to hit backhands inside-out. Paire is also known for his ability and willingness to play drop-shots often on both the forehand and backhand wing throughout matches. Paire possesses a powerful but inconsistent first serve and serves-and-volleys on occasion. Above all, Paire is known for his flashiness on the court. He is known to hit a variety of high-risk shots and trick shots, such as the frontal and back tweener, jumping tweener, drop shots that backspin towards the net and topspin backhands at extremely acute angles, even when unnecessary to win the point. Because of this, he often lightens the mood in matches and wins the crowd’s favor. Of course, because of the same flashy shots, he takes he is known to be one of the most inconsistent players on tour. He is also known to be a choker and to be losing his head when his shots don’t bring the desired results in a short time. He is a player that “loves a good tank”, and there are plenty of examples where he didn’t really bother to do anything on the court.

De Schepper’s style of play can be characterized almost to be opposite to this clash’s opponent. He is known to fight for every ball, run around the court from side to side and slicing, or hitting deep almost every ball, but rarely attacking for a winner, and only when in a great position. He is also known for his good serve that slides away from the opponent and having 2.03m and 104kg one can definitely assume that the power in the service is also very good. The only aspect that is worth mentioning is that Kenny had some back problems which have limit his swing and power used during his service motion. Nevertheless, he possesses a fine service, combined with a good defense and an excellent reach and touch at the net. His movement is shaky, but at least he has the head to fight till the end no matter what the result is.

 

Benoit Has played a lot of tennis this year, with 65 matches (won 32 matches) played in singles and 19 matches (won 9 of them) played in doubles. He had some average results during this year, like the SFs in Pune and Sydney in January, and couple of 3rd rounds in Masters tournaments. Since Wimbledon, he has struggled to find some form, winning only twice 2+ consecutive matches, and one of those times his opponent retired (Pospisil). The fact that he hasn’t played any Challenger Tour matches in 2018 shows us that his ranking level allowed him to get in many main-draws, or at least find some spots in the qualifications of all important matches. It is for the first time since 2008 where he didn’t play any Challenger matches the entire year (besides the actual one). Last year he played in April Sophia Antipolis Ch (lost the final to Bedene), and also the current event (Mouilleron-Le-Captif Challenger) where he retired in the first round 6-1 5-4 up to Romain Barbosa. Unfortunately for us, his results in this particular Challenger event are good, with a trophy in 2015, a semifinal in 2016 and that mentioned retirement in 2017. Fact is that he hasn’t really “crushed” any of his opponents, losing sets in 6/9 matches that have been finished. The other wins that occurred in straight sets, came against Lestienne (13-10), Janvier (12-8), and Eysseric (12-7). Paire managed to lose as the favorite in the past months to Struff (7-6 6-3 in Winston Salem), Maden (6-4 3-6 6-3 in Metz), Gerasimov (6-4 6-4 in Moskow), Popyrin (6-3 6-3 in Basel), and Fucsovics (6-4 6-4 in Paris Bercy). To top all these bad recent results he also had some physical problems during 2018 and took medical time-outs several times.

 

His current opponent would be clearly the underdog in any serious match between these two and is priced also 3.15 by Pinnacle to win this match. But… And here is a big but. De Schepper ties the direct meetings with Paire (2-2), both having won 1-each in the past 3 years. Paire won in Cherbourg Challenger (indoor back in the days Paire played a lot of these tournaments), while De Schepper won 2-1 in Umag last year (on clay- which is his worst surface of all to play on). To be perfectly honest, De Schepper had a shitty year in 2018, with a record of 27W-32L in singles and 4W-7L in doubles. He started the season with a semifinal in Noumea CHallenger and a final in Koblenz, but after that nothing fell the right way for this gentle giant. He got some good results recently, with a semifinal in Mallorca (start of September) and with a semifinal in Orleans (end of September). His past two matches have been both lost, being the favorite, both lost in close fashion 7-6 6-4, to Stakhovsky in Antwerp Q, and Bonzi in Eckental Challenger.

 

My main bet on this match, despite me thinking that “King Kenny” will win it, is the +3 Asian Handicap on the big lefty French player. Kenny has played a tie-break in 7 out of his last 8 indoor matches (the only one that had no tie-break was a clear win over Maden 6-0 6-4). He covered the +3 handicap in 7 out of the last 9 matches (but two of them were voids as mentioned before). The reason why the Asian Handicap is the main bet is that Paire is known to tank sets and lose them 6-1 or 6-2, which virtually would guarantee to win this bet. Benoit has a fairly inconsistent serve and the fact that this match will be played in an unimportant “venue” is also a bonus that can push him to tank. Of Course, Kenny is a limited player that can do only “this” much, but with a little help (which I am sure he will get) he might also get the win. Paire can get frustrated very rapidly and start hitting unforced-error after unforced-error. How do I see the match? I see some long rallies, easy holds from Kenny and a lot of unforced errors from Benoit from his forehand side. I don’t want to seem over-confident of this bet, but I think that Kenny will win it 6-2 7-6 or something like that, winning at least a set is a banker in my book.

Kenny De Schepper +3 games @ 1.91 with 10 units

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Craig29-147s and his results at TipstersClub.Com continue to AMAZE!

After 8 months since TipstersClub.Com has opened its premium service, we can undoubtedly say that there are good tipsters in the team, tipsters that have proven long-term profits in the past years, but we also can say that all tipsters, BUT ONE, have found some bad variance during these months.

That tipster that has delivered month in and month out is Craig29x147s!

If you haven’t read Craig’s bio page (Link to Craig’s Bio) you should definitely do it, even as a light read. Long story short he is a former top 100 professional snooker player. Back in the day, he played O’Sullivan, Hendry, Davis (these are all world champions, just FYI if you didn’t follow snooker at all) and so on.

After quitting the professional sportsman life he started gambling and poker,  providing a living from these. Combining a fine knowledge about the sport and mental aspects of all professional sportsmen, and also a mathematical thinking with a gambling education (created for years and years of gambling), makes him the tipster to follow! After having won several years his money via snooker betting and poker he started betting on his other beloved sport: golf. Analyzing each week the performances, watching tons of golf and using stats and personal approaches to the sport and betting he managed to end past years with an ROI higher than 15%, which insane on the number of bets taken.

He has been self-sustaining, financially, for at least 15 years now and that is something I would, personally, search in a premium tipster. The general opinion about the sports betting is mostly wrong, as people tend to follow only sports they understand and they can partly analyze themselves. The true story about paying a premium tipster is that you have to blindly follow what he sells, from betting tips, minimum odds, bookies and to most important staking plan. Never doubt what a professional is tipping and, IF you found a true expert in that sport and with a betting experience, don’t ever judge the picks he made. I know a lot of persons that don’t follow golf at all and have subscribed to Craig… Placing the bets from Monday to Wednesday… and just checking the results on Sunday (most of the times collecting profits too).

Now about the results, which is the best way to draw a more eloquent picture. As you know he is tipping two sports, divided into 3 services (Snooker, Golf Places Model, Golf Outright Model).

I will analyze each service on its own and all together (best option to purchase all services to be able to trick the variance more easily).

Combined stats: 

If you would have followed all tips from all 3 services you would have had 7 out of 8 months in profit, and having unbelievable stats!

Growth graph:

Statistics:

So let’s draw this even more and introduce the money part into the ecuation:

Total Profit 257.08 units
ROI 29.95%
1 unit = 10 € Profit: +2,570.80 €
1 unit = 20 € Profit: +5,141.60 €
1 unit = 50 € Profit: +12,854.00 €
1 unit = 100 € Profit: +25,708.00 €

Just consider that you had to pay following prices for the entire year (and still would have 4 months left):

Package Price / Period
Golf Places Model €200.00 / year
Golf Outright Model €120.00 / year
Snooker €250.00 / year
TOTAL €570.00 / year

Even with a €10.00 / unit stake you would have made +2,000.80 €

Outright Model stats: 

If you followed the outright model service, you would have got 6/8 profitable months, and an amazing 118% ROI! All these came from outright betting, each-way betting, and first-round-leader betting!

If you ever saw a better stats sheet, please share… But I doubt you have seen something like this after almost 400 bets with huge odds:

With an advised 100 units starting bankroll on outright betting, you would have tripled it during these months! That ROI and an average stake of 0.45 units make the results even sweeter!

Places Model stats: 

You can see a steady and confortable (also easy to get odds) profit and growth of the bankroll. The Places Model had 4/8 profitbal months since the start in February. All these results came from Places bets (top5, 10, 20, 30, 40) and first-round places bets:

The stats speak for themselves:

With a starting bank of 120 units and an average stake of 0.82 units you would have increased your bankroll during these months with a +40,30% margin!

Snooker stats: 

It is important to state that we started the snooker betting in the end of the competitional season, and the stakes during these past months have been rather small (average stake 1.03 units)compared to what they will become.

Betting snooker during these months would have brought you a 4/8 profitable months and a small profit:

As you can see, there was no big involvement during the summer break, and this month Craig will start to increase the stakes and drift the bets won % as the competitional snooker has fully started.

What to expect from each service?

Snooker – reliable profits, medium stakes, small variance, 1.50-4.00 odds (money-line, outrights, asian handicaps, centuries bets, totals)

Outright model – huge profits, small stakes, high variance, huge odds (first round leaders, each-way and outright winners)

Places model – good profits, bigger stakes, low variance, medium to high odds (Top5, 10, 20 and 40 for first round or tournament)

If you will follow him blindly, you won’t regret it for sure- That I can guarantee. There are at least 25 more tournaments in 2018, in golf, and in each week you will have at least one tournament taking place… which can be translated in having bets week in, week out.

These packages are meant for people that look at betting in a professional way, punters that can follow blindly a professional tipster and ask no questions. The Places model will use lower prices, top 5, top 10, top 20 and top 40 markets for the outright or first round leader market, used from usual bookies. The outright model will use the usual outright betting for the event or first-round leader, combined with the each-way betting on most of the bets (considering that the prices will be high tho).

We have adjusted the prices of the golf packages, making them more affordable and also we have introduced the long-term packages, where there is a discount included in the price!

Our suggestion is to purchase all 3 packages because:

  • Variance can be tricked better (whenever golf is down, snooker might help, and vice-versa)
  • The prices are affordable and spreading the bets along more bets with same ROI is wise decision
  • Craig will gain more money via subscriptions and we can keep him in the team even longer
  • Spread the bets around more bookies, and more sports is always wise
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    Guido Pella vs Paolo Lorenzi match preview + free betting tip #USOpen

    Pella v Lorenzi Match preview + free tip

    Best match, betting-wise, from the second round of #USOpen has to be the match between Argentinian, Guido Pella, and Italian, Paolo Lorenzi. This is a battle of contrasts, a battle of generations and also a battle between two clay-court specialists on a hard court.

    Guido Pella has a 24W-20L this season and 4W-5L on hard courts, while his career shows a 442W-277L on all surfaces and a 63W-59L on hard courts (since 2005).
    Paolo has a 22W-22L record this season and a 3W-3L on hard courts, while his careers shows a 664W-514L on all surfaces and a 154W-124L on hard courts (since 2002).
    It can be seen rather easily that both players enjoy more a clay-court grindm instead the hard courts.

    Pella started the season in Doha, on hard courts where he reached the SF, losing to Rublev in a final set tie-break, and after that he lost ot Thiem (3-0), Verdasco (2-1), Youzhny (2-0) and Carballes (2-0) on hard courts. His only win on hard courts since January comes here in US Open 1st round and that is against Casper Ruud.

    Lorenzi started the season in Doha too, where he lost to Monfils in the first round (2-1), Monfils being the Doha champion that week, then he played Sydney where he reached the QF, losing to Medvedev 2-0 (player who won Sydney that week) and then lost to Dzumhur 3-2 in Australia. His first win since January comes for him too in US soil against a top opponent, Kyle Edmund, whom he defeated 4-6 6-4 7-5 6-1 (being priced 8.67).
    Pella got twice in the 2nd round at US Open, in 2016 he defeated Fratangelo and in 2017 he defeated Darcis.

    Lorenzi on the other had managed to get to the 2nd round in 2014, to the 3rd round in 2016 and to the round of 16 in 2017. He defeated Nishioka in 2014, Berlocq and Simon in 2016, and Sousa, Muller and Fabbiano in 2017.
    It is clear that both can play on hard courts, but choose not to because they feel more confortable on the slow surfaces.

     

    Let’s talk match-up now.

    Lorenzi won 77 matches against left-handers in his career and lost 75 of them, while in the passt year he managed to win 3 and lose 4 of them. His losses in the past year come to Krajicek, Verdasco, Zverev and Bagnis. His results against lefties on hard courts during his career are good, winning 20 matches and losing 17 of them. From those 20 wins, mention-worthy time-wise are Ramos in Sydney 2018 and Muller in US Open 2017.
    Pella won 6 matches on hard courts in the past year (against top-100 opposition) and lost 10 of them. Similar players to Lorenzi can be called Carballes Baena (lost 6-4 6-2 in Winston Salem 2018, last week), Krajinovic (lost 6-4 6-1 in Paris 2017), Coric (won 6-4 7-6 in Chengdu 2017), Troicki (lost 2-1 in St. Petersburg 2017). These players are similar to Lorenzi because they can and will grind out points against opponents, and also because they possess really good backhands (which is important to have against lefty players).

    The two players have faced each other 3 times in the past and the Italian leads 2-1. They have met once on hard court (in 2014 in Irving Challenger) and Paolo won it 6-1 3-6 6-4. The other two matches were on clay courts and Pella won in 2012, while Lorenzi won the most recent one in 2017 (Davis Cup match, won 6-3 6-3 6-3 as 2.16 underdog).

    Seeing all these informations, I really don’t get why Pella is priced as he is, and also why Lorenzi isn’t favorite for this match. I guess it can be called a coin-flip at most, but to have Lorenzi @ 3+ is just insane. Lorenzi is in good form (despite starting 2018 in horrible way), he won 2 challenger events in the past month. Pella played okish on grass, got to a final in Umag where he lost to Cecchinato, and then played only 2 more matches in one month (lost to Carballes and win over Ruud).

    Clear max-bet (10 units) on Lorenzi to win @ 3.05 from Pinnacle.

     

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    No Pinnacle, IBC, Matchbook or SBO account? Don’t worry! There is SportMarket for all of these!

    We all know which bookies are the best in business and which you need to avoid, or at least need to trick to get money from their pockets.

    Once you get to the level of betting where you constantly win you will find out that there are two kinds of bookies around:
    1. Where one account is enough for the entire life… And that is the bookie that welcomes winners.
    2. Where you need to create accounts once a month with different names because you won. These bookies can be called casual bookmakers and most of them are this kind.

    This blog-post is meant to describe better the first category of bookies will include bookies and betting exchanges like Pinnacle, Betfair, Betdaq, GalaxyBet, IBC, ISN, Matchbook, SBO, and Singbet.
    These are sites where you can win without the fear of getting limited or suspended because you won. These sites have good limits on the bets and most of the markets that you can find on regular bookmakers.

    The main problem with these bookies is that they don’t allow new customers from different countries. Gambling, being a universal activity, many people from many countries want to bet and want to win. Of course, they want to bet where the bookmaker juice is low (their commision on each bet). The closer you get to a 2.00 – 2.00 price combination in a coin flip, the better you are settled for the long run. You might ask now, what is to be done to create these accounts with these bookies if they don’t allow customers from your country.

    Here comes into play the sports broker!

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    I will present to you the advantages of using a broker in the long run and assist you through the account creation. SportMarket will create anonymous accounts for you at following bookies/exchanges: Pinnacle, Betfair, Betdaq, GalaxyBet, IBC, ISN, Matchbook, SBO, and Singbet. (You will be able to use most of them, but there will be some missing because of country restrictions)

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    Nick Kyrgios v Juan Martin del Potro Preview + Betting Tip #CincyTennis #CincinnatiMasters

    Today’s bet of the day is the round-of-16 clash between ATP “Bad-Boy”, Australian Nick Kyrgios, and the “Gentle Giant of Tandil”, Argentine Juan Martin Del Potro. At first sight, this might not be my usual bet as I bet most of the times underdog bets, but to be honest, I see it as a banker.

    This clash is the battle of two generations, #NextGen and Big-4 Generation, but also can be called a battle of two mentalities, as different as possible mentalities. As said in the other preview about Kyrgios, he has been called the “New Star of ATP” and the “Most talented player since Federer”, but also despite his repetitive f*ck-ups “Good for tennis” or “The only Character of tennis”, while JMDP was the “silent” one that produces big shocks, a player loved by every tennis fan. Nick Kyrgios is 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in) and plays right-handed with a two-handed backhand, as Del Potro is 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in) and plays and plays right-handed with a two-handed backhand too.

    Careers under dissection.

    As a short debrief of Kyrgios’ career… Kyrgios has won 4 ATP tournaments, but nothing special (only one Masters final, Cincinnati 2017, and 2x QFs in Slams back in 2014 and 2015). Kyrgios won, strangely, 9 matches against top-5 players and lost just 13. He won matches against Dimitrov, Zverev, Nadal, Djokovic, Federer, and Wawrinka. He is 216W-114L in his career and 125W-66L on hard courts. This year he struggled big time with injuries, physically, but I would say also mentally (“strange year on a personal level”, called by himself). Still, he has a 22W-9L record in 2018 and a 12W-4L on hard courts this year. Most notable results this year would be Brisbane winner (back in January), R16 of Australian Open, and SF of Queen’s Club.

    Del Potro, on the other hand, had a tremendous year so far, reaching his all-time high ranking of #3 in the world, having this year a 37W-9L record, and on hard courts 25W-5L. As a short debrief of his career we can mention that he has played 33 ATP finals and won 22 titles, from those 1 Slam win in US Open 2009 and 1 Masters Tournament, in Indian Wells 2018. Both of the finals played in these high rated tournaments he defeated Roger Federer, and both times the Swiss was ranked #1 in the world at the time of play.
    His record vs. top-20 players in the past 52 weeks is 12W-11L (He lost 3x Nadal, 2x Federer, 2x Isner, 1x Goffin, 1x Dimitrov, 1x Fognini, 1x Berdych).

    As styles of play stand…

    Kyrgios claims to not fear any opponent and says he always plays aggressively against everyone. Kyrgios’s main strength could be considered his serve; usually reaching higher or equal accuracy percentages of 75%, but also is known for hitting through the second serve to speed 200+ km/h (as a gamble), surprising everybody at times. Nonetheless, he also has a tremendous and blasting forehand as well as a very consistent and dangerous backhand. Both of these ground strokes provoke damages to opponents, while he is not afraid to use the backhand down the line. Adding to his skills are an effective slice and an efficient net game, and is known to love a doubles’ match once in a while too. His best surfaces considering his playing style are grass and fast hard-courts. He doesn’t have a steady coach but has many training sessions with Lleyton Hewitt, while his brother Chris is following him around the circuit all year long keeping an eye on his body.

    Del Potro is an offensive baseliner with a very deep and powerful serve. His ground-strokes couldn’t be more different, as his forehand has huge power (top-3 forehand in the game for sure), and hits it flat, while the backhand (since the left arm wrist surgery) is more cautiously used as 50% of the times as slice backhand. Despite del Potro admitting that relying on slices is “not my game”, the shot has been effective in moving his opponents out of position and slowing down rallies enough to allow him to set up powerful offensive shots with his forehand. Movement wise he is a good mover considering his stature. Del Potro is trained by Sebastian Prieto

    Match-up analysis

    These two players have never met before, surprisingly, and we have to guess sort-of how these will play against each other. Del Potro’s record against 1,93m tall players and higher is good, having won 6 matches and lost 3 in the past year, while his career record against this kind of players is 18 wins and 10 losses. Kyrgios’ record against the same sample of players is 18 wins and 20 losses, career-based, while in the past year he lost 4 matches and won just the 1. The players in this sample are Zverev, Raonic, Karlovic, Berdych, Isner, Del Potro, Kyrgios Cilic, and Anderson.

    Considering both having the serve a huge weapon we have to expect at least a tie-break and looking over the tie-break results would be a good thing to do. Kyrgios lost all 3 tiebreaks against tall players in the past year (2x Cilic and 1xZverev), while Delpo won 3 and lost 1 tie-break (won against Zverev, Cilic, and Isner and lost to Isner).

    Kyrgios held 91% of times in 2018 and broke 15% (in his 369 service games and 365 return games), while Delpo won 87% of his service games (572 played) and 25% of the return games (568). A total combined value would be 104 for Kyrgios and 112 for Delpo. In the past year, Delpo won 20 matches (74%) where he had to play a tie-break, while Kyrgios won only 11 matches (58%) in these cases.

    Cincinnati 2018

    Kyrgios managed to win both matches he played so far here, and both in 3 sets. The first match against Kudla he has won 6(2)-7, 7-5, 7-6(9), saving a match point and also winning fewer points than the opponent (7 points less). The match against Coric was a spot on analysis from my side, as it was a 1st set tie-break involved, Kyrgios won 7-6(1), 0-6, 6-3 and again winning fewer points than the opponent (2 points less). His serving got him out of trouble in both matches, serving 39 aces against Kudla and 16 aces against Coric and winning 88% of the 1st serve points against Kudla and against Coric 78% in the 1st set and 84% in the 3rd set (have removed the 2nd set bagel as he was tanking). Kyrgios spent 3h 51m on the court during these two matches.

    Del Potro had a BYE in the 1st round and has only faced Chung in the second round, where he won 6-2, 6-3. Del Potro served 9 aces and 4 DFs, and have 10 BPs on Chung’s serve (converting 5 of them), while was broken 2 times by the Korean player (out of 5 chances). Delpo stayed 1h 21m on the court during his win.

    Final word.

    Considering all these facts and stats, the match-up, the weather (which will be 23-28 °C and showers announced… This will make the ball travel slower and the surface slower) that will favor Delpo, the injury concerns on Kyrgios side (had a heavily taped knee during the matches against Kudla and Coric), I guess there is only one player that could battle this out as a winner, which I am sure will be Del Potro. I know that Kyrgios has to defend “a couple of points” from his last year’s run to the final, and he won’t tank necessarily… but we have seen the set against Coric where he got bageled. Del Potro looked very sharp against Chung, he is more fit these weeks, he played less tennis this week and also the match-up looks good. The only scenario I can imagine with Kyrgios winning this match would be 7-6 7-6, but as the stats show, Delpo is the better player in these tight matches too.

    Full-stake on Delpo to win @ 1.53 from Pinnacle!
    (I would back the match at a 1-set rule bookie, like Pinnacle, Unibet, 888, Betfair, or Bwin as Kyrgios is the player to retire constantly)

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    Golf Season in full action and Craig29-147s is crushing it!!

    The Golf season is in full action and our golf expert is tipping week in and out at least 10 bets for each golf model. For the next week, the last Masters US PGA tournament he already posted a free tip (US PGA Championship – Sergio Garcia) and 2 outright bets + 4 places bets!

    If you haven’t read Craig’s bio page (Link to Craig’s Bio) you should definitely do it, even as a light read. Long story short he is a former top 100 professional snooker player. Back in the day, he played O’Sullivan, Hendry, Davis (these are all world champions, just FYI if you didn’t follow snooker at all) and so on.

    After quitting the professional sportsman life he started gambling and providing a living from it, on what he knew best- snooker. Combining a fine knowledge about the sport and mental aspects of all professional sportsmen and also a mathematical thinking with a gambling education (created for years and years of gambling) makes him the tipster to follow! After having won several years his money via snooker betting he started betting on his other beloved sport “golf”. Analyzing each week the performances, watching tons of golf and using stats and personal approaches to the sport and betting he managed to end past years with an ROI higher than 15%, which insane on the number of bets taken.

    He has been self-sustaining, financially, for at least 10 years now and that is something I would, personally, search in a premium tipster. The general opinion about the sports betting is mostly wrong, as people tend to follow only sports they understand and they can partly analyze themselves. The true story about paying a premium tipster is that you have to blindly follow what he sells, from betting tips, minimum odds, bookies and to most important staking plan. Never doubt what a professional is tipping and, IF you found a true expert in that sport and with a betting experience, don’t ever judge the picks he made. I know a lot of persons that don’t follow golf at all and have subscribed to Craig… Placing the bets from Monday to Wednesday… and just checking the results on Sunday (most of the times collecting profits too).

    Craig’s Golf stats for the last month are as follow:

    Places Model:

    Outright Model:

    Numbers never lie!

    A 169.02% ROI on outright model combined with a 3/4 winning weeks can only be called HUGE tipping!
    A 48.99% ROI on places model with 3/4 winning weeks is as close as it can get to a banker in betting. The ROI is huge and the variance is low… which means you should expect winning weeks after winning weeks!

    What to expect from each model?

    Outright model – huge profits, small stakes, high variance, huge odds (first round leaders, each-way and outright winners)
    Places model – good profits, bigger stakes, low variance, medium to high odds (Top5, 10, 20 and 40 for first round or tournament)

    If you will follow him blindly, you won’t regret it for sure- That I can guarantee. There are at least 40 more tournaments in 2018 and in each week you will have at least one tournament taking place… which can be translated in having bets week in, week out.

    These packages are meant for people that look at betting in a professional way, punters that can follow blindly a professional tipster and ask no questions. The Places model will use lower prices, top 5, top 10, top 20 and top 40 markets for the outright or first round leader market, used from usual bookies. The outright model will use the usual outright betting for the event or first-round leader, combined with the each-way betting on most of the bets (considering that the prices will be high tho).

    We have adjusted the prices of the golf packages, making them more affordable and also we have introduced the long-term packages, where there is a discount included in the price!

    Use following Coupon code for a 30% discount for any 3,6 or 12 month packages from Craig: CRAIG30LONGTERM!

    Get the subscription by visiting Craig’s product page: https://tipstersclub.com/product/golf-craig/
    Read Craig’s bio, see his stats and see his reviews by visiting: https://tipstersclub.com/tipster/?prfNr=14

    Kind regards and thanks for the time invested in reading this blog post!
    TipstersClub

    Golf season is in full swing. Positive results for both Golf Models.

    The Golf season is in full swing and our golf expert is tipping week in and out at least 10 bets for each golf model. This week he has tipped already 13 place model bets for Canadian Open and for the European Open and 17 bets for the outright model for the same events.

    Dunno if you have read Craig’s bio page (Link to Craig’s Bio), and I will definitely advise you to do. Long story short he is a former top 100 professional snooker player. Back in the day, he played O’Sullivan, Hendry, Davis (these are all world champions, just FYI if you didn’t follow snooker at all) and so on.

    After quitting the professional sportsman life he started gambling on what he knew best- snooker. Combining a fine knowledge about the sport and mental aspects of all professional sportsmen and also a mathematical thinking with a gambling education (created for years and years of gambling) makes him the tipster to follow! After having won several years his money via snooker betting he started betting on his other beloved sport “golf”. Analyzing each week the performances, watching tons of golf and using stats and personal approaches to the sport and betting he managed to end past years with an ROI higher than 15%, which insane on the number of bets taken.

    He has been self-sustaining, financially, for at least 10 years now and that is something I would, personally, search in a premium tipster. The general opinion about the sports betting is mostly wrong, as people tend to follow only sports they understand and they can partly analyze themselves. The true story about paying a premium tipster is that you have to blindly follow what he sells, from betting tips, minimum odds, bookies and to most important staking plan. Never doubt what a professional is tipping and, IF you found a true expert in that sport and with a betting experience, don’t ever judge the picks he made. I know a lot of persons that don’t follow golf at all and have subscribed to Craig… Placing the bets from Monday to Wednesday… and just checking the results on Sunday (most of the times collecting profits too).

    Craig’s Golf stats are as follow:

    Places Model:

    Outright Model:

    As you can see he is on a nice profit with both golf models and I would suggest purchasing both as they complete themselves better this way. Places model is a lower variance/higher stakes betting system with lower ROI, while the outright model is a higher variance/lower stakes betting system with higher ROI (as can be seen in the stats above).

    If you will follow him blindly, you won’t regret it for sure- That I can guarantee. There are at least 40 more tournaments in 2018 and in each week you will have at least one tournament taking place… which can be translated in having bets week in, week out.

    These packages are meant for people that look at betting in a professional way, punters that can follow blindly a professional tipster and ask no questions. The Places model will use lower prices, top 5, top 10, top 20 and top 40 markets for the outright or first round leader market, used from usual bookies. The outright model will use the usual outright betting for the event or first-round leader, combined with the each-way betting on most of the bets (considering that the prices will be high tho).

    We have adjusted the prices of the golf packages, making them more affordable and also we have introduced the long term packages, where there is a discount included in the price!

    Get the subscription by visiting Craig’s product page: https://tipstersclub.com/product/golf-craig/

    Read Craig’s bio, see his stats and see his reviews by visiting: https://tipstersclub.com/tipster/?prfNr=14

    New Snooker Season by Craig29-147s

    The snooker season has started recently and our snooker expert has tipped few bets in the past week, but all of them being careful about the stakes. Dunno if you have read Craig’s bio page (Link to Craig’s Bio), and I will definitely advise you to do. Long story short he is a former top 100 professional snooker player. Back in the day, he played O’Sullivan, Hendry, Davis (these are all world champions, just FYI if you didn’t follow snooker at all) and so on.

    After quitting the professional sportsman life he started gambling on what he knew best- snooker. Combining a fine knowledge about the sport and mental aspects of all professional sportsmen and also a mathematical thinking with a gambling education (created for years and years of gambling) makes him the tipster to follow!

    He has been self-sustaining, financially, for at least 10 years now and that is something I would, personally, search in a premium tipster. The general opinion about the sports betting is mostly wrong, as people tend to follow only sports they understand and they can partly analyze themselves. The true story about paying a premium tipster is that you have to blindly follow what he sells, from betting tips, minimum odds, bookies and to most important staking plan. Never doubt what a professional is tipping and, IF you found a true expert in that sport and with a betting experience, don’t ever judge the picks he made.

    Craig’s Snooker stats are as follow:

    As you can see he started very well in February and March, while April reduced a bit of the profit, but we ended with a good World Championship and ended up the season in profit. As Craig said in his recent blog-post (A Poor Opening Week of the Snooker Season when experience beats potential), the start of the season is harder, but he did follow all Snooker schools and has also reduced the stakes for the first month, until the players get comfortable and get a bit of form.

    If you will follow him blindly, you won’t regret it for sure. There are 46 snooker events during the season and most of them will have betting opportunities for his subscribers. Snooker is becoming one of the most liked sports for betting, and also is a top 3 sport in Asia nowadays (where most of the money is invested). Conventional bookies have made a big step too, by pricing all matches and offering different markets for each match. You know from other sports, where the big markets are MoneyLine, Asian Handicap, Correct Score and Totals… well snooker will come with some other markets like the biggest break, first century and so on… markets that are easily found at most bookies.

    We have adjusted the prices of the snooker packages and also have introduced the long term packages, where there is a discount included in the price!

    Get the subscription by visiting Craig’sproduct page: https://tipstersclub.com/product/snooker-craig/
    Read Craig’s bio, see his stats and see his reviews by visiting: https://tipstersclub.com/tipster/?prfNr=14

    TipstersClub.Com – Numbers and Stats for each tipster since beginning of the project.

    Hey guys,

    So it’s been now a few months since we started and the site is still a construction site. I would like to apologize for any discomfort during your stay here and any inconvenience created by the lack of some features on the site. We are still working hard and investing most of the money earned via the subscription fees for a better site and adding essential features to make the experience better. A full stats page will follow soon, that will have full graphs and filtering for each tipster, time period, sports and so on. It will be sweet, but you will have to wait for a bit longer. We have created an API to export all tips and do the stats manually on each month and tipster, just to see exactly how we are working now.

     

    Craig29-147s

    I want to start with the most complex tipster we have online, a tipster that is specialized on two different sports, AND is doing both very well! His name is, as you might already know, Craig. He is a former professional snooker player, with a huge pro-gambling and poker history.

    His combined stats on all 3 packages are as follow:

    • Total profit: +89.328 units
    • ROI: +15.748%
    • Bets won: 131/662 (19.789%)
    • Total stake: 567.250 units
    • stake: 0.857
    • odds: 63.235

    Read his bio here: https://tipstersclub.com/tipster/?prfNr=14

    His stats on each package available are as follow:

    • Snooker Package
    • Total Profit: +14.989 units*
    • Total Stake: 251.350 units
    • ROI: +5.963%

    * Febr +7.72 units, +35.091% ROI, March +21.27 units, +42,202% ROI, April -15.589 units, -10.645%, May +1.588 units, 6.815%

    See his service description and reviews: https://tipstersclub.com/product/snooker-craig/

    • Golf Places Model
    • Total Profit: +17.074 units*
    • Total Stake: 229.200 units
    • ROI: +7.449%

    * Febr -16.460 units, -86.178% ROI, March +10.53 units, +42.289% ROI, April -1.5 units, -3.505%, May -5.626 units , -7.634%, June +30.130 units, +43.857% ROI

    See his service description and reviews: https://tipstersclub.com/product/golf-craig/

    • Golf Outright Model
    • Total Profit: +73.150 units*
    • Total Stake: 98.500 units
    • ROI: +74.264%

    * Febr +27,400 units, +3425.000% ROI, March -6.500 units, -100% ROI, April -12.735 units, -46.309%, May +27.475 units , +83.258%, June +38.310 units, +134.421% ROI

    See his service description and reviews: https://tipstersclub.com/product/golf-craig/

     

    As you can see his best package is the Outright model, that is also the cheapest… But the variance in these kinds of bets (considering the high prices he backs) is really high. The snooker package is a no-brainer for everyone to buy, as he has insight in the snooker tour, knows a lot of players personally and also knows how they think, as he was a professional player. Craig is a fully-equipped and professional tipster. You can follow him with full trust as he has also a conservative money management strategy!

     

    Ardeal

    As most of you know, he has been a professional tipster for over 4 years now, being noticed by most of the time he spends watching tennis. He is also the creator of TipstersClub.Com and is doing everything in his power to make this tipping site as professional as it can be, having also best tipsters tipping for it.

    Read his bio here: https://tipstersclub.com/tipster/?prfNr=16

    His results started very well when TC started early with free tips and got down-wards in the next months:

    • Total profit: +48.964 units
    • ROI: 0.835%
    • Bets won: 352/982 (35.845%)
    • Total stake: 5865.500
    • stake: 5.973
    • odds: 4.851

     

    Month Profit Staked ROI
    February +91,560 553,500 +16,542%
    March +186,780 805,000 +23,202%
    April +16,910 800,000 +2,114%
    May -108,010 1655,000 -6,526%
    June -94,276 2008,000 -4,695%

     

    As he sent a notification mail to his subscribers there will be some changes for the next weeks, as can be seen here: https://tipstersclub.com/5859/.

    See his service description and reviews: https://tipstersclub.com/product/tennis-unardeal/

    Wimbledon 2018. Round 1. Day 2. ATP Analysis and Betting opportunities: https://tipstersclub.com/5978/

    Wimbledon 2018 – Preview and Outright betting: https://tipstersclub.com/5915/

     

    DaveBets

    DaveBets is our newest member of TipstersClub family and will focus on football, American sports and UFC fighting. His results via past tipping are astonishing, to say least, while his knowledge about the tipped sports is near to unmatched in the business. He is professional gambler that lives out of the money that comes from betting. His unit value is 100GBP and his ROI over the years is around 30% (insane)!!

    Read his bio here: https://tipstersclub.com/product/davebets-test/

    His stats so far:

    • Total profit: +54.640 units
    • ROI: +21.261%
    • Bets won: 37/63 (58.730%)
    • Total stake: 257.000
    • stake: 4.079
    • odds: 1.929

     

    He will be tipping for free for a few more weeks and then start his premium package. Stay tuned and follow his skills closely!

     

    Basten

    Basten is our basketball expert on TipstersClub, and despite starting very good tipping for the site his results are going downwards for some reason. I wouldn’t get too worried tho, as he is a profitable gambler overall and his knowledge about the basketball and tennis is astonishing.

    Read his bio here: https://tipstersclub.com/tipster/?prfNr=20

    His stats so far:

    • Total profit: –-17.650 units
    • ROI: -5.261%
    • Bets won: 67/150 (44.667%)
    • Total stake: 335.500 units
    • stake: 2.237 units
    • odds: 2.717

    See his service description and reviews:

    https://tipstersclub.com/product/football-tennis-basten/ read more