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This Value Racing Tips review will be the first of a few services lined up for inspection from the the tipster powerhouse that is ‘Betting Gods’.

With a sleek, sexy ident and a web page oozing style and professionalism, Betting Gods do form a great first impression in a gambling world often littered with unresponsive vendors and web sites stuck in the 1980s. Thumbs up there.

Value Racing Tips Review
But before I go completely weak at the knees we must remember that tipster services are to be judged on their profitability rather than how smartly they are dressed and thus begins my look at Value Racing Tips.

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I was approached some time ago to take on a Profit From Racing review from the product author himself via email. I like it when I receive these kind of emails because for the most part it represents the fact that the creator of said product is confident that they are delivering the goods to buyers and happy to involve a 3rd party for inspection so kudos for that.

Profit From Racing has a fairly simplistic website which suggests we should expect monthly incomings of over £500 using this service from betting on horses to LOSE.
profit-from-racing-review-logoIf you haven’t twigged it yet this product is centred around the idea of profiting from horse racing LAY bets on Betfair rather than backing horses at a bookmaker. I generally like working with all things Betfair so lay systems always spark intrigue with me provided they are grounded by solid restrictions that help stop any rogue monstrous losses.

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Emerging at the back-end of last year Tipster Warehouse are slowly cementing themselves as one of the most trustworthy sources of tipsters in the sports betting arena.

The past few months have been huge for them with their most popular service the Ante-Post King continuing to come on leaps and bounds in delivering some very satisfying profits for subscribers.

In continuing to want to provide value to their slowly growing army of followers, I’ve got it from the ‘orses mouth (hoho!) that there is a lot of hope that the latest service off the warehouse conveyor belt is regarded as a possible heavyweight contender to challenge the mighty ROI of the Ante-Post King.

Enter Each Way Earners.

So far so good – but will it cut the mustard over a 60-day review and be deemed good enough for a daily despatch to your own inbox? Let’s find out!


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It was 2010 when Mike Cruickshank’s Bonus Bagging entered the market place as the definitive tool to help people make money from matched betting irrespective of whether they had any pre-existing knowledge of placing bets at bookmakers offline or online.

The fact that four years later it’s still going strong perhaps tells us all we need know to answer the question posed in the title of this post as to whether Bonus Bagging (or more broadly matched betting) is still working in 2014? 

Bonus Bagging in 2014?

Rather than just tell you “YES IT IS!” I wanted to take a few minutes to write a more structured response to exactly why it still works and how so this supposed loophole has yet to be closed down.

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I’ve bided my time putting together this Ante-Post King review as the service deserved some special attention in that many of the recommended selections are focussed on future events such as league and tournament winners.

The Ante-Post King is not your standard run-of-the-mill tipster service and consequently it would seem it does not deliver run-of-the-mill results. In fact – over the course of a very extended review process it delivered some quite superb results.

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A unique service requires a unique approach to review and on basis that bets can sometimes be a long way off I decided to double my usual 60-day analysis to a whopping 120-days. This would give many of the bets more time to settle and to gain a much better overall impression of what’s on offer here.

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