Are You Betting At Advised Odds?

Are you making this common betting mistake?

From time to time I often get emails from people telling me they’ve been following a tipster service, and that tipster service is showing a profitable result, but when they look at their own records they see that they have lost money over that time.

So why haven’t they been making a profit?

9 out of 10 times it’s always the same reason.

That reason being that they haven’t been backing the selections at the odds advised by the tipster all of the time. When they have gone to place the bet, the odds advised by the tipster have shortened and they have gone on to place the bet anyway, at the lower odds.

If you ever happen to miss the advised odds, I would instead recommend just skipping the bet as the odds you take can (and often do…) mean the difference between making a profit or a loss.

To make sure that you don’t miss the advised very often, you need to be following a tipster who sends out their tips at a time when you are going to be available to place the bets straight away…

Ideally the second the email lands in your inbox.

This is going to be a different time for everybody.

For some it might be the evening before the racing.

For others, it might be more convenient to place their bets on the morning of the racing.

That’s why I’ve made a note of the times each tipster I recommend typically sends out their tips.

You can view those times here:

Until next time,
Kenny Turnbull