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!
If you’re not familiar with horse racing then don’t be put off just yet. It’s a great sport to begin following.
But do understand that picking winners can sometimes feel like finding the needle in a haystack. Even the biggest favourites can become donkeys and whilst the donkeys can become champions. That’s what makes it exciting! But also hella frustrating when you can’t find a winner for toffee and this is perhaps the initial point of interest for you to consider with Each Way Earners…
The vast majority of horse racing tipster services focus on finding only winning horses rather than visiting the idea of each way bets. I am yet to find one has delivered very consistent results. That’s not to say such services do not exist but they’re most certainly not easy to find.
By contrast Each Way Earners focuses on looking for horses that represent a good chance of winning or ‘placing’ which means to finish 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th dependant on the number of runners in the race thus giving you more chances of finding a profitable bet.
If the horse wins you’ll be quids in! If it places then rather than seeing a negative balance in your bookmaker account you’ll have locked in a tidy little profit.
In that sense – each way bets can be good for the soul and as regular readers at intelligentodds.com will I’m sure appreciate, long-term stability in the betting world often means smaller, consistent gains.
So with that said I must issue the following public service announcement…
If you are the kind of lady or gent who loves to fly by the seats of their pants then this service might not be for you.
Ok. On to the good stuff.
As I start up this review the figures on the Tipster Warehouse website report a simply awesome 98.73% return on investment with a 40.62% strike rate across an average 12-16 selections per month. Yowser.
And yes: another service where you WILL NOT be expected to place a gazillion bets every single day. Tips here aren’t delivered for the sake of being pro-active. They’re sent out because the folk behind this service believe the selection genuinely has a great chance of making money!
Without further ado let’s get jiggy and feast on some hard data resultage (I just made that up) and see where we end up in 2 months time.
|24/02/14||2.50||Musselburgh||Gleann Na Nadochais||12||20||NR||Void||0|
|02/03/14||3.10||Sedgefield||Whats Up Woody||9||20||2nd||WON||8|
|08/03/14||3.55||Chepstow||Quincy De Pictons||17/2||20||2nd||WON||7|
|11/03/14||2.40||Cheltenham||Time for Rupert||16/1||20||18th||Lost||-20|
|15/03/14||2.30||Fontwell||Princely Hero (Win)||8.20||10||3rd||Lost||-10|
|Princely Hero (Place)||3.05||10||3rd||Lost||-10|
|17/03/14||2.35||Southwell||That's The Deal||7/1||20||3rd||Lost||-20|
|29/03/14||4.30||Uttoxeter||Havin gota scoobydo||15/2||20||NR||Void||0|
|01/04/14||3.10||Newton Abbott||My Boy Paddy||13/2||20||PU||Lost||-20|
|22/04/14||2.50||Kelso||Isla Pearl Fisher||13/2||20||2nd||Lost||-20|
So despite a lot of early promise shown in the form of some seriously great results Each Way Earners sadly dropped off towards the end of its review campaign to a rather lowly £17 profit. DOH!
I do actually believe this review has come at a time of quite a hideous losing streak with a couple of unfortunate each way places also snatched from us through last minute non-runners restricting the field but that’s the name of the review game I’m afraid.