Hot on the heels of an excellent Cheltenham Festival and with his results at Betfair SP continuing to attract a lot of attention, I have news today on an upcoming price rise for the No Foto Needed racing service and how you can subscribe to him at the current cheaper rates he offers!
This is because from Friday the 31st March, the price to join his popular service and follow him in will be rising.
If however you join before 8pm that day, you will be able to lock in your subscription at the current low prices as long as you remain a member!
You can lock in your subscription now via this link: https://smartbettingclub.com/no-foto-needed/
Flat Out Success In Every Code
Despite the fact he made a 19.75 point profit over the Cheltenham Festival (with 22.53 points of profit at BSP), the expert behind No Foto Needed actually prefers betting and tipping on flat racing.
Historical records suggest that the upcoming season, which includes festivals at York, Goodwood and Royal Ascot, is a great time to access No Foto Needed’s advice.
Especially when you consider his record is profitable whether betting with bookmakers or at Betfair SP.
His Betfair SP results
With account restrictions for winning rife, much of our recent work around No Foto Needed’s results recording has concentrated on performance at the sharpest of prices, the Betfair Starting Price (or BSP).
Beating this line shows just how successful the service is as these figures demonstrate:
- 1,665 bets have been advised since 2021
- Profits stand at 650 points returning 61% on investment
- This overall ROI is boosted by the service’s consistency as 2021 & 2022 had respective ROIs of 29% and 26.13%
A full bet-by bet record of No Foto Needed’s advice at BSP is available to view here and for those of you who prefer to use bookmakers, it’s excellent record at advised prices (16% ROI) can be viewed here.
How to get the best out of Betfair
To help with using Betfair in the most efficient way possible, the expert behind No Foto Needed has penned some advice on following his tips on the exchanges, which discusses:
- When to place bets
- Win prices and place markets
- How bookmakers influence the prices on exchanges
Profits at BSP are over 10 percentage points higher than advised prices, meaning that this guidance could be invaluable in securing better returns when following.
With the publication of my results at Betfair SP attracting a fair amount of interest, I wanted to pen some thoughts on how best to approach how to place my bets on Betfair.
By now most of you who are either members or have been watching my service should have a proper opinion on how I do things.
I play a few well fancied horses and outsiders over the jumps but as we head into the flat season you will see me advise a lot more bets each way in big competitive handicaps especially on televised races on weekends. With that in mind I just want to chat about how to play these selections if YOU ARE STRUGGLING getting on with bookies online and need to use Betfair.
First of all, I`m sure you have all seen bookmakers trying to outdo one another with extra place races on any given day – and because I enjoy these concessions and try to narrow down these races to a selection I understand if you can`t get on with these extra place firms it can be very frustrating. (Although it’s important to state that I only settle bets where extra places are offered with a good number of firms – I am always trying to be as fair as possible with bet settlement).
Mindful of the increased ‘extra place races’, Betfair are now creating more and more place markets on these races matching-up with the firms. E.g during Cheltenham they had first 3, 4, 5 and even 6 place markets to mimic what the bookies were offering. So, if you are one of those unlucky punters that are forced to use only Betfair there is a positive way around this.
What the Betfair SP results help showcase is that the win part of my each way selection is nearly always bigger on Betfair than the bookmakers when I send my email out around 11.30am. The reason for this is because the bookmakers over round on that particular race is massively in their favour due to the extra places they are paying out. Therefore they have to keep the win price lower than it should be to cater for this and you might often find a 10/1 bet with a bookmaker is double that on Betfair to win.
One more important point to note is that the place market(s) on Betfair are quite weak early on and really only come into their own closer to the race.
So what I recommend is that you:
- Play the win part on the selection at the prices offered at 11.30am or BFSP (whichever you prefer – you can even split your stakes across both to get the best of both worlds)2. Then if you can closer to the time of the race, click on the place market (usually the 4 or 5 place market depending what I advise in the morning) and play the horse in that market because the liquidity should be there at that point. You will often find the place price closer to the race will be similar to what the bookies are offering especially in very competitive races.3. If you can’t get the place bets on closer to the race, then you can simply request Betfair SP. You can also again split stakes between multiple place markets – for example first 4 and first 5 if you like.
Best of luck!’
No Foto Needed
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