The Sports Guru is one of the latest tipsters to be added to the Betting Gods tipster platform.
This tipster focuses on advising bets on a number of sports including football, NFL, MLB, golf, tennis, rugby, speedway and US college football.
The large number of sports The Sports Guru focuses on, unsurprisingly results in this service advising a large number of bets averaging 220 – 260 bets per month.
The bets advised are usually win bets ranging from the usual 1 point point stake up to the occasional 5 point stake, with the odd accumulator and each way bet being advised every now and then.
All bets are advised at the best odds available at the bookmakers when the bets are sent out so you will need to have a number of active bookmaker accounts in order to follow this service.
The Sports Guru emails his selections out each day between 4pm and 7pm. On some days there will be multiple emails where The Sports Guru advises even more bets.
At the time of writing, The Sports Guru has produced a profit of 125.11 points since the service started being proofed by Betting Gods on the 11th of June 2015, and has produced a 6.54% return on investment with a very impressive strike rate of 49.24%.
I started my trial of The Sports Guru on the 25th of September 2015. Below are my results.
All results are recorded to the best bookmaker odds available when the email was received, and, at level stakes as a pose to the services advised stakes. This is to allow easy comparison between the results of this service and alternative services.
You can find details of how The Sports Guru would have performed with advised stakes in the stats below my results.
If you want to take a closer look at these results you can download the results spreadsheet here.
The Sports Guru Stats
Over the two month trial, The Sports Guru advised a total of 650 bets and produced a profit of 37.45 points to level stakes.
The running bank only dipped into the red briefly at the start of the trial and was well into profit throughout the rest of the trial period.
The discrepancy between the advised stakes and level stakes can mostly be explained be a couple of odd 5 point each way bets that were advised that lost. These kind of large stake bets are however not the norm for The Sports Guru with most of his advised stakes being either 1 pt or 2pt.
Due to the large sample size of bets and the overall profit produced, it’s safe to say that this tipster is the real deal and is definitely making good value bets.
How Much Does The Sports Guru Cost?
You can get a 14 day free trial of The Sports Guru completely free with no obligation to subscribe to the service after your trial.
If you do wish to subscribe to The Sports Guru, you have 3 options.
Monthly – £19.95 + Vat
Quarterly – £49.95 + Vat
Lifetime – £129.95 (one off payment)
60 Day Money Back Guarantee
As with all of the Betting Gods tipster services, The Sports Guru comes with a 60 day money back guarantee.
If for whatever reason you are not happy with the service you can get a full refund, no questions asked.
Final Thoughts On The Sports Guru
The large variety of sports The Sports Guru advises bets on, combined with the services high volume, low margin approach to betting has left me thinking of The Sports Guru as the betting equivalent of Amazon.
Whilst this sort of high volume, low ROI style of betting won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, you can’t question it’s results.
Making over 37 points profit to level stakes, in a period of just two months is no mean feat and the fact that this service is showing a decent profit over a total of 650 bets shows that luck has played very little part in that.
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