We are Getting Behind the Gamblers Consumer Forum

There is a real battle going on for the future of gambling in the UK and, for the first time, it feels like we have a unified body to represent bettors interests in the form of the Gamblers Consumer Forum (GCF).

Previous debates about betting have seen anti-gambling activists pitted against the corporate bookmakers, with every day punters (who make up the majority of bettors!) left without a voice.

This time though it’s much more serious with the deeply flawed measures being proposed by the inept Gambling Commission, a fundamental threat to bettors everywhere.

The GCF, who launched at the recent SmartBash, are different. Led by two experts in Andrew Woodman and Abbie MacGregor with political, scientific and media backgrounds, they have a clear plan to fight back against the proposals set out in the White Paper, namely:

  1. Calling for a change in culture at the Gambling Commission
  2. Campaigning for evidence-based treatment for gambling addicts
  3. Vehemently opposing Affordability Checks
  4. Getting everyday gamblers’ voices heard by decision makers
  5. Communicating a positive gambling message to key stakeholders

Find Out More, Donate & Get Involved

You can find out more about the Gamblers Consumer Forum, who they are and what they are doing by visiting their website or by following them on social media @GamblersCForum.

As an independent organisation, the GCF also relies on support from the wider betting community. Sharing their work on social media and donating money for funding are two of the ways to help them represent us and you can find out more about how to do so by visiting this page.

The White Paper and media narrative surrounding gambling make the future of our pastime uncertain, let’s get behind this organisation to fight back!

For those of you interested in learning more, check out the recent SBC Podcast with Andrew Woodman and Abbie McGregor here!).

SBC Golf profits keep on growing in 2022 – let’s celebrate with a discount!

We normally associate tricasts with horse racing or greyhounds but… how about golf?

Remarkably, Weekly Golf Value selected Russell Henley (45/1), Brian Harman (40/1) and Joel Dahmen (66/1) and this trio filled the first 3 positions in last week’s WW Technology Championship!

To celebrate the continued growth of SBC Golf, we are offering you a 10% discount on both of our Weekly Golf Value & PGA Profit services when you sign-up to a 6 or 12-month package before midnight on Monday 14th November.

To secure your 10% discount simply enter the coupon code HENLEY when prompted during checkout on any 6 or 12 month subscriptions to either of them.

You can read more about historical records and why these services are so profitable by clicking on their respective links.

28.72% ROI Long-Term

These latest wins added yet more profit to the SBC Golf Premium stable, taking our cumulative ROI to 28.72% with £12,399.04 profit obtained from advised staking, as you can see below.

You can view a full breakdown of performance at the SBC Golf Results spreadsheet.


We would love for you to join us by signing up to an SBC Golf Premium service so that we can celebrate more of these wins together through the rest of this year and into 2023.

To save 10%, simply use the coupon code HENLEY on any of the 6 or 12 month subscription options to any of Weekly Golf Value or PGA Profit services before Midnight on Monday 13th November.

Want to win at betting? Learn about losing first

One of the best podcasts I have heard in a long-time dropped on Thursday with an exceptional discussion featuring analyst Joseph Buchdahl on the reality of betting for anyone that has aspirations of winning.

Joseph was the latest guest on the Pro Bet Podcast hosted by Mark Holder and Andrew Lowrie (2 former SBC podcast guests no less) and one of the topics he constantly referred to was how key it is to understand losing runs and how to handle them.

Its critical because no matter how good you are as a bettor, simple maths and probability dictate you will have losing runs at some point in your betting journey.

It is therefore how you handle, understand and prepare for them that often makes the difference between carving out a profit long-term or not.

Many punters ignore this at their cost – perhaps because they don’t want to think about losing and what it might be like when a bad run hits.

Yet take it from me – understanding this concept and the things that Joseph talks about in this episode is 100% crucial to long-term success.


This podcast episode also made me reflect on an article I wrote nearly 2 years ago on understanding losing sequences and the probability that underpins them. An article that is still hugely relevant today but one that seemed to be controversial at the time judging by some of the feedback received.

After publishing it, I had emails telling me “Why would anyone follow that tipster” but of course, those people entirely missed the point.

It’s not about the tipster in question (who has a 20 year profitable record no less) and all about the mathematics that underpin value betting.

This is because even the most hardened professionals have stories on losing runs that can make your eyes water.

If you meet someone who doesn’t, likely they are lying about the fact they are a professional!

No tipster or bettor will ever escape them and it’s only by embracing and understanding sequences and probability (some actual very simple concepts) that will you know what to do when the time comes.

So here is that article again. I hope you enjoy it and if you do – make sure you listen to Joseph Buchdahl’s interview!


Be honest with yourself. How likely are you to stick with a tipster, no matter how good their reputation, if they put up 26 losing bets in a row?

Chances are that most people, especially if paying for tips would throw in the towel long before they placed the 27th bet.

Yet, that is exactly the situation that unfolded with the SBC Hall of Fame service – the Daily Bargain in October 2020 when the first 26 bets of the month all lost.

(A Hall of Fame service is simply one of those we fully advocate to SBC members after several years of monitoring, thousands of results and deep analysis of the tipster in question)

As Steve who oversees the Daily Bargain puts up 1 bet a day, that was 26 days of consecutive losers, which will no doubt have seen some posing questions such as why have we at SBC recommended this service in the first place?

It must be some kind of mistake or perhaps even a scam as surely no subscription charging tipster could ever put up 26 losers in a row, could they?

Well, yes they can and in today’s article I am going to explain why as part of a very important discussion on mathematical sequences.


Many losing bettors are fooled by their lack of understanding of sequences in relation to the odds and strike-rate of the tipster they follow.

A run of 26 losers in a row, whilst sounding unlikely, is in fact entirely reasonable to expect given the strike-rate of the Daily Bargain.

The historical strike-rate for this service over 2500 bets since 2012 has sat at about 15%. Just under 1 in 7 bets win.

When we run this past the wonderful ‘Don’t Go Broke’ article I regularly reference from the Daily Bargain website itself, a tipster with a 15% strike-rate is rated to have as follows:

  • A 75% chance of 25 losers in sequence
  • A 50% chance of 30 losers in sequence
  • A 25% chance of 36 losers in sequence

So as unlikely as it sounds a run of 26 losers in sequence is reasonably likely to happen over a large enough sample size.


The above is important as it gets to the heart of a flawed viewpoint that many punters wrongly believe – that if you pay for tips, you should win more often.

The reality is that you will continue to win just as often as the strike-rate of the tipster dictates. If the tipster wins 15% of the time, you will still win 15% of the time long-term.

Over the course of a short-term period, you will always see fluctuations in that – just as we saw in the first 26 bets of October 2020 for the Daily Bargain when it hit a 0% strike-rate.

Yet, what I haven’t yet discussed in this article is what happened between the 29th October and the 2nd November 2020 as you might have guessed by now…things changed!

Each of the 5 bets advised during this period by the Daily Bargain all won to make back the losses incurred in the first 26 bets of October and add plenty of profit on top.

To simple 1 point stakes, a deficit of -26 points had risen to a profit of +17.67 points.

A swing of 43.67 points in your favour.

What a turnaround and reward for those following during the fallow days of October for their patience. The losing run had been easily absorbed.

Taken as a whole, over the course of the 31 bets between the 1st October and 2nd November, this saw 31 bets advised, with 5 bets winning.

Which equates to…you guessed it a 16.12% strike-rate of success.

Just a smidgen above what the service has achieved long-term since 2012.

It is also worth pointing out here that during those 26 bets in October without a winner, 6 of them placed, finishing 2nd or 3rd at odds of 20/1, 10/1, 7/1, 7/1, 13/2, 11/2. So, it is not as if they all ran badly – sometimes it’s just a series of near misses that go against you, during a bad run. You must remain patient for the rewards to come your way.



The truth is that even if paying for a quality tipster service like the Daily Bargain, there is no getting away from the maths that underpin betting.

So don’t be fooled into the notion that if paying for tips, they will lose less.

They will lose the same amount as their long-term strike-rate dictates. In the Daily Bargain’s case – 15% of the time, they will win. 85% of the time they will lose.

What will change is the profits you make based on the odds you place the bets at.

Because as long as taking a value price, such as the Daily Bargain advocates, then over the course of time, you will end up in profit.

Yet these profits never come in a straight line. You might get 26 losers in a row; you might get 5 winners in a row. You will have losing months and sometimes they unfold over several months.

The sequences will change. At times they will frustrate you and at others they will delight you. You simply have to be patient and not fall into the trap that gets so many punters who don’t understand the simple mathematics behind sequences.

The trick is not to micro-manage and live out your results day-to-day, week-to-week or even month-to-month.

If you do so, you might fall into the trap of quitting too soon. Like any punters that stopped following the Daily Bargain after the 26th loser in October 2020.


To help you cope with sequences, you also need a betting bank to cover yourself when bad runs hit.

This is why we recommend a 100 points bank for the Daily Bargain, because even if you joined on the 1st October, you would have only lost 26% of your bank at that point.

Come the 2nd November, you would have been up 17.67 points or 17.67% of your bank.

The betting bank is there to help keep your staking in check when a bad run hits, because all bettors, no matter how experienced do feel the pain of losing to some degree.

Over time and once you have ridden this storm a few times, it gets easier to handle, but if new to betting in this way and if you struggle to keep focus when in a losing spree, a betting bank is absolutely crucial.

Don’t forget either that each individual bet you place is almost always totally disconnected from the last bet you placed (assuming placed on different games/races)

So just because your last bet won or lost, it makes it no likelier that your next bet will do the same.

The horse running in the 3.10 at Kempton you have just backed has no idea that the horse you backed yesterday in the 2.20 at Wolverhampton lost.

It’s a completely different race with different horses, jockeys and conditions entirely. So try not to think about runs of ‘good form’ or ‘bad form’ and instead focus on the bigger picture.

That alongside a greater understanding of the betting strike-rate can make a world of difference to your betting.

And as ever you also need patience. Patience in abundance at times, but for those of you able to apply this to your betting – the rewards are there with the right tipsters.



If you are interested in learning more about both the top tipsters we recommend AND what it takes to win long-term as a bettor, then you might like to consider a Smart Betting Club membership.

Not only do we guide you as to the best tipsters to follow like the Daily Bargain, via our Hall of Fame ratings and regular Tipster Profit Reports.

But we also do our best to explain, educate and inform on how to setup like a professional and handle the psychological swings of betting.

For every tipster we review and recommend we give ratings and scores on things like risk and profitability as well as guidance on the size betting bank you need if following.

You can also read the Pro Gambler Blueprint guide (65 page PDF) and our special 54-page Betting Psychology Guide, entitled ‘How to get the Betting X-Factor‘ as an SBC member.

Furthermore, you can also save on quality tipsters such as the Daily Bargain thanks to the discounts we offer SBC members. For example, you can enjoy an extra month free of charge to the Daily Bargain as an SBC member if subscribing to them.

Best of all you can sign-up today and enjoy a full money back guarantee if not satisfied by what we offer. Membership is available from as little as £29.99 per quarter.

Subscribe NOW to the Smart Betting Club and gain instant access

2 big wins in the past 10 days for SBC’s tipster blogger!

Here at SBC we don’t just talk about following tipsters, we actually live and breathe it out ourselves each day – placing bets from many of the same tipsters we rate and recommend.

Which is why for the past 7 years, SBC writer and reviewer, Rowan Day has been blogging about his own experiences using tipsters and their ongoing performance via his FREE Online Bet Diary.

He lists not only the tipsters he follows but the profits and losses made each week.


As long-term Bet Diary readers will know, Rowan has been making a fine profit using tipsters for several years but lately he has hit a few big winners and I wanted to highlight a couple of highlights for you to check out.

First of all, on Sunday he hit not just one big golf winner, but two with 100/1 and 66/1 successes in both the PGA and DP world events as he outlines in this post.

That followed on from a huge winning day on the racing last week where he made 150% bank growth with one very successful Lucky 15. I have seen the betslip and can confirm it was a sizeable win indeed!


Posting 3 times a week on his Racing, Sports & Golf Tipsters, win or lose – Rowan is always refreshingly honest and realistic on the performance he achieves.

You can read Rowan’s weekly updates every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday via the Smart Betting Club Bet Diary.


You can sign-up to get a free email every Thursday Evening with all 3 weekly Bet Diary posts inside it.

Click here to join the FREE Bet Diary email list.​


For even more intel on his approach to making a profit using tipsters, you can also listen to this podcast interview with Rowan Day on what he made betting over the past 12 months.

You can listen to this episode now via Apple / Spotify / Google and all other major podcast directories (search Smart Betting Club)

For those of you keen to build your own tipster portfolio, he shares his thoughts on how best to approach this and how to choose tipsters that suit you, your budget, experience and bookmakers available.

We also get into the topic of bookmaker restrictions and how he gets around that with a few tips for account longevity and using the exchanges.

Its an ideal podcast for those of you interested in making money via tipsters and the experience Rowan can share on his success over the years doing exactly this.

New Podcast: Exploring Tipsters & How To Choose The Right Ones To Follow

The latest SBC podcast is out now for download and its an ‘exploring tipsters’ special as Rowan and I discuss some key findings from our 2 recently released reports on horse racing and sports betting.

Using examples from each report, we discuss our work tracking and examining tipsters including how we weigh up those to recommend to you via our Hall of Fame ratings.

We get into topics like fair odds quoting and settlement, the importance of return on capital, the need for large sample sizes and why the average Hall of Fame service has been going over 4 years!

It’s a must-listen episode if you are looking for help and guidance on how to choose tipsters that suit you and that generate realistic profits

You can listen to this episode now via Apple / Spotify / Google and all other major podcast directories (search Smart Betting Club)


Whether you are a seasoned tipster user or completely new to the concept, this podcast should explain plenty on what you need to know about tipsters and how to find the service(s) that work best for you, whatever your circumstances.

Rowan and I discuss key concepts such as the importance of Return on Capital over Return on Investment and why we black mark tipsters that quote unrealistic or unsustainable prices that can kill your betting accounts.

We also chat about the popular golf tipster, Ben Coley and the need to not go overboard on recent form and why so many people are lured in with unrealistic expectations and how bookmakers take advantage of that.

Check out all the episodes of the Smart Betting Club Podcast


This latest podcast syncs up perfectly with the 2 recently released Tipster Profit Reports on Sports Betting and Horse Racing.

These reports are available the instant you join the Smart Betting Club and are the perfect solution to finding the best tipsters whatever sport or market you wish to target!

Horse Racing Tipster Profit ReportSports Betting Tipster Profit Report


Betting on Golf Via Betfair & Betting Exchanges

Can I bet on golf on the betting exchanges and make a profit?

This is one of the most common questions I currently receive as punters making a profit betting on golf with bookmakers start looking to betting exchanges such as Betfair as a solution to get their bets on.

Usually this question is posed because bookmaker restrictions have started to bite, because as most of us are aware – if making a profit betting, bookmakers will eventually either close you down or limit your stakes.

Whilst golf betting does often extend your bookmaker account shelf-life for various reasons (variance, spread of winners vs losers, belief you got lucky), at some point it does become an issue if making sustained profits.

Which is where the betting exchanges such as Betfair come in, especially if betting on the PGA Tour where each week lots of money is traded on betting exchanges – who crucially do not limit or restrict winning accounts.

This is also all part of the journey as a punter. Win money with bookmakers first of all. Then migrate to Betfair once your accounts dry up for more scalable long-term options.


To explore this question on golf betting exchange suitability, my team and I have run the numbers on the PGA Profit service if taking Win and Top 5 Betfair prices on his selections and comparing that to bookmaker odds on the same players if backed each way.

We gathered the odds for each market dating back to November 2020 at both bookmakers and Betfair as part of this analysis.

You can read the full breakdown in this free-to-read PDF but the headline news is that betting with Betfair is only slightly less profitable with a 4.98% ROI drop.

Here is how it looks:

To explain this table – we have 420 each way bets and 13 win only bets advised by PGA Profit since November 2020.

Over the course of these 433 bets, PGA Profit has made a 646 point profit with bookmakers, yet also a 551.47 point profit at Betfair Exchange odds.

The difference in ROI between the two is 4.98% with a 33.73% Bookmaker ROI and a 28.75% Betfair Exchange ROI

Suggesting that there is only a 4.98% ROI drop if taking Betfair’s Win market and Top 5 market odds VS placing these bets each way with a bookmaker.


If this interests you, then you can read the full PDF on this analysis free of charge via this link.

It explains more on the analysis we did and the differences between betting each-way with bookmakers and Win/Top 5 markets on Betfair.

For those of you totally new to golf betting, then I also recommend our sample golf-betting guide from earlier in 2022.

It includes details on 5 of the best tipsters and strategies we recommend, plus a full lowdown on how each of the SBC team fared betting on golf in 2021 (including the tipsters we used)

You can access it via this link:

Download Your Free 2022 Golf Betting Guide

The above link opens up a PDF file for download. If it doesn’t work – email me pete@smartbettingclub.com and I will send it to you instead!

Editor Sought For US Sport Focused ‘Handicapper’ Website

SBC Is Growing! New Role Now Available…

A candidate is sought to assist a new US sport and customer focused website dedicated to reviewing and exploring the world of betting handicappers. Building on the existing ‘Smart Betting Club’ brand established in Europe, the successful candidate will be responsible for helping with the launch and maintenance of the service website alongside ongoing content creation.

This includes overseeing all aspects of the handicapper reviews published from start to finish and their ongoing monitoring and reporting. A talent for analytical writing is a must alongside a strong understanding of the betting and handicapper world and familiarity with key concepts and terminology. Past experience in marketing, copywriting and social media would be helpful.

Training will be given as you work alongside the existing Smart Betting Club team on this new service, although the right individual will be someone self motivated and able to work well remotely. 

It’s a role well suited to someone already involved or interested in the betting/handicapping world and with a passion to build their betting expertise and work with an established brand on something groundbreaking and unique. 

Initially a part time, online flexible role of 10 hours per week with pay rate negotiable dependent on experience level. Scope for the level of work involved to increase post website launch.

This is a remote work role so a computer/internet access is a requirement.

Work Involved:


  • Helping to build the US website and content to get it ready for launch
  • Helping with the layout/structure of the website initially and as it grows
  • Maintaining and posting articles and content onto the website as it is published
  • Overseeing social media content (Twitter mostly) and interaction with users
  • Dealing with some customer service enquiries – specifically requiring a skilled betting answer that admin staff will pass on.


  • Writing and structuring Tipster (Handicapper) reviews for publication
  • Working on a schedule for reviews and content publication
  • Liaising with websites and services to 1) engage them for a review and then 2) overseeing the review itself and the analysis alongside odds/line tracking by members of the SBC team as required
  • Writing marketing emails to highlight content publication and to engage future customers

Essential Expertise:

  • Deep experience of the US betting scene alongside main sports (e.g. NFL, NCAAF, NBA) and betting markets.
  • Must have a passion for betting and bet regularly.
  • Understanding of all main betting terminologies specifically in relation to US betting
  • An understanding of mathematics and probability
  • Experience of the US handicapper industry and all the main players and resources 
  • Desire to grow and expand their betting knowledge
  • Experience writing informed betting content of some form – be it reviews of products, sales copy or similar


  • Marketing experience including email marketing and copywriting
  • Social media experience
  • Experience podcasting and on YouTube

If this role interests you, send a CV and introductory email with as much relevant detail as per your suitability and experience to pete@smartbettingclub.com

A 41.23% ROI at Cheltenham and the top performing tipster

Another year of the Cheltenham Festival has come and gone and after a hectic few days of betting, it ended up another successful 4 days for SBC’s tipster blogger, Rowan Day to the tune of +40 points profit @ 41.23% ROI

After each day he has reported back on the winners and losers as put up by the recommended tipsters he follows in his usual Bet Diary column.

These tipsters are a mix of Hall of Fame rated racing tipsters and SBC’s own experts – all of those we advocate to follow and with long-term profitable records.

Here is what Rowan made in total over the course of the festival this week:

  • Points staked: 97.37 points
  • Points profit: 40.15 points
  • 41.23% ROI

Full details on his week can be found via the Bet Diary.

No Monkeying Around!

This week’s standout service was the Hall of Fame expert tipster Northern Monkey Punter who backed a series of winners over the course of the festival.

Northern Monkey Punter is just one example of how SBC’s tipster reviews and ratings can help you find the best experts to follow in.

This is a Hall of Fame rated service and SBC members can get a 2 week trial of Northern Monkey Punter as part of a special deal so they can sample what is on offer.

You can also read more about all of the tipster services Rowan follows via his regular Bet Diary posts.

He also follows a series of Golf and Sports tipsters, which have also been very successful so far in 2021 (and prior to that too) so even if horse racing is not your thing, you will find something to enjoy.

About The Bet Diary

Rowan’s Bet Diary is written to help communicate some of the practical realities of following tipsters to make money betting.

Each week on the Bet Diary, Rowan discusses his ongoing betting journey including the tipsters he follows, and his performance using their advice (win or lose – he is always refreshingly honest!).

The idea behind the Bet Diary is to provide some real-life, genuine, experiences of just how the tipsters we rate and recommend can actually make you a realistic extra income stream.

Whether it’s to simply make some extra pocket money, fund a family holiday, or to generate a sustainable second income – his Bet Diary will be able to help you achieve your goals.

You can also get ALL Bet Diary posts sent direct to your inbox for free each week.

Best regards,

Peter Ling
Smart Betting Club Editor

Discover more on these 2 SBC reviews in the latest episodes of the Smart Betting Club Podcast

If you missed the release of the latest SBC Magazine: Issue 120 (see below), then you can discover more on two of the reviews inside it by listening to the Smart Betting Club podcast.

The very latest episode (#5) of the SBC podcast features an interview with the vastly experienced bettor, tipster and former odds compiler, Nigel Seeley from the newly reviewed Premier Sports Plays service. We discuss Nigel’s extensive background in the betting world, his work as an odds compiler and how that has helped shape the bets he places today.

In Episode 4 you can also listen to my chat with the CEO of Betmarkets, Afonso Vieira as we explore his ‘gamechanger’ platform connecting profitable tipsters with bettors. Betmarkets was also a major feature review in SBC 120, where you can also learn about a special SBC member sign-up offer for their service.

How You Can Listen

The SBC Podcast is free to download and you can listen via all the main podcast directories including the following:





You can also find all 5 episodes online via this special podcast page. Alternatively simply search ‘Smart Betting Club’ wherever you get your pods!

SBC Issue 120: Nigel Seeley’s Premier Sports Plays reviewed, Betmarkets & how to get better prices on Betfair

The very latest SBC Magazine (Issue 120) is now available for immediate download to all Smart Betting Club members.

It’s a jam-packed issue containing 3 key articles that can help make a massive difference to your betting as follows:

  1. Our detailed exploration of the new Betmarkets.io platform making a huge splash in the tipster world. Connecting tipsters with punters with automatic bet placement, as an SBC member you can enjoy a 2% deposit bonus
  2. An in-depth review of the Premier Sports Plays tipping service from renowned bettor and former odds compiler, Nigel Seeley. He has built up quite the following over the past couple of years and we explore all aspects of his football tipping output. Also includes a 25% discount on the cost of his service – exclusive to SBC members.
  3. The latest SBC Insight article exploring betting sequences and just how you can get better prices by timing your horse racing bet placement on Betfair. It outlines a simple strategy based on the odds of any horse you want to take, which can ensure you get better odds either in the live Betfair market or at Betfair SP.

Access to this latest SBC Magazine and our entire back catalogue (119 issues strong!) is available NOW with a Smart Betting Club membership. Sign-up now to gain instant access

See you on the inside!

Peter Ling
Smart Betting Club Editor

If you have any questions on this article or a Smart Betting Club membership in general, you can contact me directly via pete@smartbettingclub.com. I respond to all emails as quickly as I can!

The Best Tipster Guide: Your Questions Answered


Last week saw the release of our much-anticipated 2018 Best Tipster Guide and its publication has triggered a lot of questions from many of you exactly on how it can help you make money betting.

So, to help answer some of your most common questions on its release and how it can help you, I have put together the following FAQ.

Tackling everything on just what is inside the Best Tipster Guide it should help explain more on exactly how this guide is your ticket to betting success.

Including how you can save £528.50 via 7 unique savings deals – 5X more than the cost of purchasing the Best Tipster Guide in the first place!

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Q1) What exactly is the Best Tipster Guide?

It’s a 3-part guide featuring detailed, new reviews on 14 top tipsters we recommend to follow during 2018 and beyond. Here is how it breaks down:

  • The 2018 Best Tipster Guide will feature 4 new top tipster reviews, all due to be released during the course of 2018. The very first review is out now and tackles the racing tipster up 457 points profit at 14.5% ROI since 2015.
  • The 2017 Best Tipster Guide, featuring reviews of 5 more top tipsters who continue to make consistent profits;
  • The original 2016 Best Tipster Guide, which featured our first 5 top-rated tipsters, each of whom have also continued to make a profit through 2017.

Q2) How good are the tipsters inside it?

Well with a name like the ‘Best Tipster Guide‘, it’s safe to assume that all of the tipsters within it are highly rated!

Here are a few highlights:

  • The Racing Tipster Up 711.4% Bank Growth In 2017
    (Including 406% Growth Over The 2nd Half of 2016!)
  • The Outstanding Racing Guru Up 1428 Points Profit Since 2013
  • The New Football Expert Averaging 50% Growth Year-In, Year-Out
  • The Racing Tipster With 1178 Points Profit In 6 Years
  • The Free Tipster With 302 Points Profit From 1769 Bets

Q3) How will the Best Tipster Guide help me make money?

Quite simply by showcasing 14 of the very best betting tipsters we recommend for you to follow.

Read our reviews, choose the tipsters you like the most and start following their tips in!

It really is as simple as that.

You need no betting expertise yourself – simply follow the right experts with the proven track records of beating the bookmaker (or the betting exchanges)

Q4) Are the reviews from the 2016 and 2017 Best Tipster Guides still relevant?

A good question and the simple answer is YES, they are very relevant!

Although 10 of the tipsters in the Best Tipster Guide were first reviewed and recommended back in 2016 and 2017, they have continued to make substantial profits in recent times.

Proof if needed that these are not here-today, gone-tomorrow tipsters that are chasing a quick buck but genuine long-term money making experts.

To give a quick example, one top tipster we recommended in the 2016 Best Tipster Guide had a 2017 to remember making a whopping 139.3 points profit at 44.9% ROI throughout.

Not bad considering he only tips one bet per day and is incredibly easy to follow.

“Managed An Incredible Net Profit Of £11,595″……

“I managed an incredible net profit of £11,595 (after fees). I’m now free from credit card debt for the first time in years and planning a cruise with my long suffering wife for our Silver wedding anniversary – happy days!”

Actual SBC member testimonial  Read More

Q5) How much do the tipsters featured inside the Best Tipster Guide cost to subscribe to?

We do our best to focus in on those tipsters offering the best, most value for money service possible.

There are a wide range of tipsters featured with the Best Tipster Guide, including those free to follow, although most fall into the category of between £20 to £40 average cost per month.

Some cost more, some less, but the key is always making sure you can return a fine profit long-term beyond a tipster and their subscription fees.

Before we recommend any tipster, we make sure that any fees they charge are dwarfed by the profits made and this is the case with those within the Best Tipster Guide.

Q6) How can I save on the cost of joining the tipsters featured within the Best Tipster Guide?

Due to our independent stance (see Q7) we are able to negotiate substantial discounts and deals for many of the tipsters within the Best Tipster Guide.

For example, one of the top tipsters in the Best Tipster Guide is offering a £128 discount on the cost of a year long subscription to his service.

Saving you more than the cost of purchasing the Best Tipster Guide in the first place.

Another is offering you the chance to join his service for a year for just £50 – A saving of £200!

There are many more deals like this available to you – at the time of writing there are 7 discounts with a total saving of up to £528.50 if taking them all up.

These savings often come to a greater sum than the cost of accessing the Best Tipster Guide in the first place.

“90-Day 100% Satisfaction Refund Guarantee”……

“I believe so strongly in SBC’s ability to help your betting, you can subscribe with a 100% cast-iron 90-day refund guarantee”. Read all about it!

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Q7) How do I know your tipster reviews are genuine and to be trusted?

This is a very important question as whilst there are a ton of ‘free tipster reviews’ available on the Internet, almost all of them are biased towards you buying into the service they are reviewing.

This is because they generate their revenue from a share of the subscriptions they help to sell on behalf of the tipster they are reviewing. Therefore, it’s in their interests to show it in the best possible light.

Here at the Smart Betting Club, we have a different model.

Instead – all of our tipster reviews are 100% independent and we have no vested interest or financial gain from those tipsters featured in the Best Tipster Guide.

Therefore, when we say a tipster is good, it’s because it genuinely is, not because someone is paying us to say so!

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Q8) Ok I’m in, How do I gain access to the Best Tipster Guide?

Simple – All you need is a Platinum ‘Pro Punter’ subscription, which also provides you everything else the Smart Betting Club service offers.

Including all our SBC Magazines, Tipster Profit Reports, Bet Diary Pro & Tipping Forum access PLUS it also comes with our 90-day refund guarantee.