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I like Gary. That sounds like I know him. I don’t. He kindly offered me free access to his Telegram channel last year and I made a healthy profit after a slow start. As with any successful tipster I found odds availability to be an issue, with the prices tumbling very quickly.
But even missing out on the top price I was returning a good profit. It all went wrong when I reached out to his group and asked them if they could leave a review of his service on this website. The reply was quite straightforward, **** off!!
I understand their concern. Gary doesn’t really promote his service and chooses not to track his profit/loss. He’s good enough that he’s built a clan of loyal followers and they continue to sign up. The last thing they want is anyone else knowing about his tips, as that risks the odds being slashed even quicker and they might lose a few pounds of profit.
So apologies to all those members already in the group for adding this review. Actually no. I take that back. You were mean to me, so I don’t apologise and I hope Gary gets even more sign ups to his excellent tipster channel.
The best rugby tipster out there from my experience. I’ve been in close contact with Alex for a while now and I couldn’t fault him. Great value tips both pre match and inplay with thorough reasoning behind each pick. Honest, helpful and overall great lad. Would recommend.
Kris is one of the most honest, down to earth people in the business. A lot of people are in this game to just maximise profits and boast about their numbers – Kris however, Genuinely cares about his customers and their is definitely a sense of “we are in this together”.
As well as obviously running an incredibly successful service – Kris puts so much time into helping his community and treats us like a family rather than just customers.
The Stats from Kris speak for themselves and my original thought process when signing up was essentially – “if I’m gonna be profitable, then why not choose a service where I can get the added bonus of feeling like someone has got my back?”
I have the upmost respect for Richard Anderson and his OnTheOche service. To be in the game for 17 years is a great advert to the service he provides. Having tipped on and off on darts for nearly a decade I know how difficult it can be.
Richard kindly gave me free access to his service. I love the way it operates with tips sent out by email with a preview with every selection. The volume of tips is quite low and I was following for several months, unfortunately during a poor spell of results.
I’m well aware this can happen so I’m not basing my review on my results, but more on the overall stats since the service began. Darts offers limited opportunities to bet and with a low volume of tips, the average monthly profit is likely to fall somewhere between 1-3pts (it’s +1.16pts per month since the service began). With a monthly sign up fee of around £35, you need to be investing at least £50 per point to make this service viable.
From personal experience, betting that much on a smaller sport like darts isn’t always possible. So whilst I really like the way this service is run, I just don’t think the numbers quite add up. That said, there is a 14 day free trial, so give it a go yourself.
Anon Darts Bets kindly gave me a trial to his service for one month. He focuses on the 180s markets and there can be quite a high volume of selections. Tips are displayed in a spreadsheet style format via his Telegram channel along with the market, his tissue price, the best odds available, the bookmaker and the recommended stake. It couldn’t be simpler.
I finished the trial with a profit of +4.6pts and a ROI of 8.2%. There were times when odds availability was an issue, but that’s proven the case for me with my bookmaker limitations. Looking back now, after a frustrating 7 months of gambling, those stats are very good and certainly worthy of a recommendation.
There is a full results sheet available from the Twitter bio and an overall ROI just shy of 10%. With very few darts tipsters around, Anon would be my first recommendation.
Been following Kris since mid 2022 and have been profitable ever since as easily seen from his P/L. His consistent effort and time he puts into his bets gives myself trust that he’s one of the best tipsters out there. Personally I have reached out to him about various things and always has time to get back to me.
Nothing but good words for him!
I’ve followed Kris from the very start and it didn’t take long to realise that sticking with him long term would bring me extra cash. 357 units profit in 21 months and 20 profitable months out of 21 tells its own story. Consistent and solid as a rock. Subscription is worth every penny! I’m about £6200 up in 21 months after placing £15-£25 a unit for bets.
Does everything a 5 star tipster should. Constantly beats the closing line and finds value every week, without fail. Doesn’t just post bets, he regularly gives out advice on how to be successful in betting over the long term. The amount of work he puts in, he could charge double! Seriously, nothing but immense praise for what he does. Recommend!
Alright? My name’s Simon. I’m 43 years old and love to bet. Ever since my dad stuck a pound on John Daly to win the Open at St.Andrews at 10/1 after 2 rounds. I wonder what may have happened if Daly hadn’t won that weekend. Whether I’d have turned my nose up at gambling and never bet again. Sometimes I wish that were the case.
Once I was 18 my passion for sport and mathematics saw me gamble at every opportunity. Like most niave punters I quickly got carried away. I once recall seeing Colin Lloyd priced at 13/8 to beat Wayne Mardle in the World Championship. I was convinced the odds were wrong and with £1300 sitting in my bank account it was just a case of how much I was willing to risk.
Lloyd cruised to a 3-1 lead in sets, only for my world to crumble around me as Mardle fought back to win. It didn’t stop me continue to gamble but I did come unstuck a few times and had to learn some harsh lessons, some I hope to help you avoid.
Through a lot of hard work and self education I was able to turn my passion for sports betting into a business and in 2003 Betting Kingdom was born. It’s evolved over the years and in it’s peak was one of the most popular tipster platforms on the internet.
Sadly things change. Twitter. One sided, uneducated press releases and bookies being dicks, pretty much led to the demise of the business. But I’m clinging on and still going. The premise has never changed. Help punters beat the bookmakers.
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