FOOTBALL TIPSTER RANKINGS
Sam Ingram is an enigma among tipsters for solely the reason that his returns on big markets are by far the best the I have come across. Being profitable in liquid markets is very hard, but somehow he manages to do that, and by a great ROI. He tackles most of the big leagues and when internationals come around he delivers there also. There is no coincidence that he has a big following after years of profitability, and it is very obvious that there is a lot of time and research that goes into each of his picks. So yeah, if you wanna see how the professionals go about their betting, he is a must follow.
As many reviews have mentioned, following Mark over the years on various platforms (mainly Twitter & podcasts) gives me confidence in following tips from a genuine, authentic and proven tipster. The Telegram platform is great, easy to follow with links to each tip & extensive reasoning provided. Only been involved for a short period but can see it being a regular subscription – the tips on day 1 this month paid for the months subs and then some! Would highly recommend Mark’s service.
Have been following Mark for a number of years through his various projects and didn’t have to think twice when he started up the WLB Service.
A service which has netted me a real decent bit of profit since the start but it’s the knowledge gained using Marks service that has paid off the most. As he says his DMS are always open and always replies no matter how stupid the question is. All his tips are well researched and lots of detail given to back up the selection. Prices generally hold with only a few price drops depending on the bookie or bet type. William Hill bets probably being the hardest bets to get on due to them changing odds quicker or restricting accounts I have found. Offers alternative bookies with odds for bets which is great and let’s the group know when to reback at better prices when their is a drift. I think you learn the most about a tipster during the tough runs and Mark never hides from it and gives great feedback during these (not so often) times. Honestly don’t know when this man sleeps the amount of work he puts into the service. Highly recommend!!!
Having followed Mark’s various blogs and free tips for some time (with a lot of success) I’ve recently joined his VIP service, which now offers two different channels.
The Premium channel has some excellent write ups for all the bets, which is a big plus for me. And the prices seem to be holding (mostly) as well – so you can actually read the write ups and consider each bet for yourself too. I have followed other tipsters where you have to take the bets instantly or the prices are gone.
Bets in the Premium channel are widely available and Mark also explains the various different options available on various books, which can be really helpful if you’ve burned your account with any particular book.
The Pro channel is only new so it’s still evolving but so far it seems to be more akin to the type of bets Mark gives on his podcasts, but there’s more of them, and you get them earlier – which helps you get more value!
There is also an Extra channel, where the tips are not tracked. This I see as a chance to have a bit of fun. There are suggestions for various ACCAs in the win, BTTS & cards markets. I’ve been doing a little bit of mix’n’match with these tips and have had some great success.
P&L figures are consistent and there is definitely transparency. Lots of tipsters are not transparent at all, no matter how much they claim that they are.
Mark is also very approachable and responsive to DM’s so, all in all, a great tipster to follow.
Whatever Mark doesn’t know about tipping, it isn’t worth knowing. The best in the business!
The effort, time and scrutiny he puts into his own work is second to none.
I have been following Mark for a long time now and he has taught me loads!
His service covers a variety of leagues, lots of different angles and is ALWAYS backed up with a data driven and logical approach.
Long may this continue & selfishly hope Mark doesn’t hang up the tips anytime soon!
Golf Tipster Rankings
Football is the most popular sport among punters. Who doesn’t love a Saturday afternoon accumulator? It’s arguably the most difficult sport to beat the bookmakers at. They invest a lot of money to ensure their team of traders are able to offer a vast choice of markets but also keep their odds correct.
There are a lot of football tipsters out there attempting to make a profit. There are the odd tipsters more interested in shouting BOOOOOMMM and getting cheap likes than their actual profit and loss.
That’s where Betting Kingdom steps in. The idea of this page is to display the best online football tipsters. I’ve created a ratings system which gives each football tipster a score out of 100. That then determines their position in the overall list. I’ve outlined each variable that makes up the overall score so you can get an idea on how each tipster is ranked. Simply click on any individual tipster above to view their profile and read reviews from punters that have followed the service.
How much profit a tipster makes is obviously the most important factor when ranking tipsters. It’s not the be all and end all though. You have to factor in which bookmakers and markets tipsters are betting on. It’s much easier to make a profit on smaller markets than your match result or Over 2.5 goals, where the margins are much tighter. Overall profit & ROI are both factored in to this rating.
I want you to voice your own opinion. Just because I’ve won money following a tipster, your experience might be completely different due to your available bookmakers or the time of day you are online.
Profit isn’t everything. If tipsters are snapping up early prices that none of their subscribers can match, then what’s the point in a 20% ROI. To leave a punter review of any of the football tipsters on this site, simply register and share your insight. Thank you.
A really important factor when considering which tipsters to follow. It’s a difficult factor to rate accurately but you’ll soon get an idea of which tipsters choose the right markets or bookmakers to ensure the prices of their selections don’t disappear in the blink of an eye.
I’ve seen many a football tipster rock up on the scene and produce a one season wonder with huge profits and big priced winners. Be wary, they might just have got lucky. Always look for tipsters that have longevity and have been around for several years. I once read that you should never judge a tipster and their stats until at least they’ve placed 1000 tips.
Whilst there are some great free football tipsters around, the experts tend to charge for their service these days. Prices vary depending on demand and the more expensive a tipster is the lower their score will be in this subject. Although sign up fees will be compared to profitability to give a fairer reflection of whether the asking price is value for money.
Gaining insight from tipsters reviews can really help you improve as a punter. Lots of tipsters these days don’t bother with previews and if their still making a high ROI then that can be ok. But for the ratings a small percentage is factored into whether a tipster does provide any reasoning behind their tips.