Learn How To Bet And WinDeclan Meagher
My Premium Advisory Service launched on the 1st of October 2013, and has had a very impressive first 2 years. The profit to end of November 2015 is + 1,114 points, which is +€27,850 at the recommended €25 a point stakes, for an exceptional ROI of +26.4%. The service has an average of about 57 selective bets every month, emailed/texted to members between 9.30 and 12 every morning. As well as a set duration membership, you can join and remain a member until a set profit target of 80 points, which is €2,000 to advised stakes of €25 a point, has been reached.
My Nap of the Day page has also proved a huge success since launched in May 2013. The profit at the end of November 2015 to recommended stakes stands at +116 Points, which means if you staked just €25 a point, you would be up €2,900. Not bad at all for a free service, especially when my best bets are on the Premium Service. The return on investment is a very good +10.1%.
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My Betting Blog covers everything from big race previews and tips, discussing horse racing topics, and anything else I feel the need to rant about.
To maximize your profits betting, you need to be getting on at the best possible price. That means having accounts with all the major bookmakers.Opening them is quick and simple. Another benefit of opening new accounts, rather than just using the one bookmaker, is that you can avail of some generous free bet offers while your at it.
Sky Bet’s offer of €/£30 free matched bet, plus a €/£10 Bet every week with their Free Bet club, when you open an account is one of many enticing offers, with others like
I take a look at all the best free bets offers, and give a summary of their terms and conditions, as well as mentioning any other worthwhile promotions each bookmakers has.
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