I’ve compiled my first snooker betting tipsters rankings. It’s a short list in truth. Just 4 names on it. There is one glaring admission and that’s Craig Edwards who asked politely to be excluded from the rankings. He’s certainly a tipster you should consider if looking to make a profit betting on snooker.
Topping the first list is DS Snooker. A familiar name to Betting Kingdom as he was part of the old tipster competition site and actually first signed up 10 years ago.
He’s evolved into a very profitable tipster. The 2022/23 season was his best to date with +310.5pts of profit and a 24.8% ROI. The service costs around £20 per month to join and tips are shared on Telegram.
He likes to back outsiders, often at big prices so you just have to be wary that losing runs do occur, but history suggests the winners will generate enough return to net you a healthy profit.
1.5pt profit across Northern Ireland Open and qualifying, first Scottish Open qualifying tips already sent, starting tomorrow.
Updated season stats: pic.twitter.com/ETJBVhjIw6
— DS Snooker (@DSSnookertips) October 29, 2023
George Weyham is the other paid snooker tipster on the list. In comparison he generated +33pts of profit last season with a 7.5% ROI. So quite a difference in their stats. George generally charges £10 per event for access to his tips.
I’ve found and listed two free tipsters. The first being Paul Krishnamurty who writes previews for the Betfair Blog. He’s produced a profit for 5 of the last 6 seasons.
His snooker betting tips are not as regular as the other guys and often he focuses mainly on the outright markets and which players will win their Quarters.
Still those tips are free and he’s proven he can beat the bookmakers, so if you want to avoid investing any money into subscription fees for now, Paul might be your man.
The final snooker tipster on the list is a chap called Fader. Not an ideal name for a tipster, but his selections on the Punters Lounge forum appear to be popular with other users. There are no profit and loss stats but he provides advice on stakes and each tip comes with a short preview.
Perhaps he’s a tipster to follow on a trial basis with low stakes and see if he can net you a profit.
If you know of anymore snooker betting tipsters that I’ve left off this list then please drop me an email. I’m always looking to grow the site and add more tipster profiles. You can boost the rankings of any of these tipsters by signing up and leaving a review. Please only do that if you’ve actually followed them with your own money, and be honest.