Interview with the punter making 5 figure profits annually with tipsters

Today I want to share with you my interview with one long-term SBC member, Dave, on how he runs a successful tipster portfolio – one that now makes him a five figure profit each year.

Having exchanged several emails with Dave over the years, I approached him to ask if he would be willing to reveal more on how he does it and to share some of the secrets behind his success. The idea being to provide some real-life inspiration and guidance as to how he is making money betting using tipsters.

Thankfully, Dave was only too happy to help answer my questions, including details on a few of the key tipsters he follows and how he juggles the practicalities of running a winning portfolio.

I have published Dave’s interview in full below for you to enjoy. Note – Dave is not his real name as I have changed this in order to protect his identity from prying bookmakers!

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SBC: Hi ‘Dave’, thanks for agreeing to be interviewed. I appreciate you wish to keep your exact identity a secret, yet first, I wondered if you could reveal a little bit about when you started betting and what first attracted you to it?

Dave: I have always loved sport and have a passion for numbers and statistics. I guess it started way back with the Littlewoods pools coupon and trying to put my knowledge to good use – It never did though!

With the internet age and betting explosion that followed, I was drawn into betting online and have never looked back since!

SBC: In terms of using tipsters, why did you start using them rather than placing bets off your own steam?

I had never really thought about using tipsters before, but when I investigated it further, it seemed logical to find out a bit more information about them to try to increase my profits.

That was back in 2014, when I first joined the Smart Betting Club (or Secret Betting Club as it was then) and since then I have developed a keen strategy for making profits using tipsters

SBC: Can you remember the name of the first tipping service you joined and your experience with them?

I had used the Timeform ratings for a number of years, but the first service I used was back in March 2014, just before the Cheltenham Festival. It was called Betting Emporium and run by a couple of guys I knew from the poker scene.

They tipped Lord Windermere to win the Gold cup at 40-1 and Tiger Roll to win on the same day, which won at 10-1. I guess from that moment on, it seemed like a good idea to investigate the idea of tipsters further!

SBC: That sounds a really nice way to start to your tipster journey and I imagine the guys you mention are Neil Channing and Joe Beevers, two punters who I’ve long looked up to myself. We proof the Betting Emporium here at SBC and have been impressed with the quality of service on offer. Before I ask you more about the tipsters you use, can you outline the sports you bet on and why?

The main sport I follow from a betting perspective is Horse Racing. With bookmaker restrictions I have tried to diversify my portfolio, but nothing has really stood the test of time for me.

So, my portfolio is around 90% Horse Racing, with Football/Golf and NFL making up the final 10%

SBC: Mostly horse racing – very interesting. How many tipsters do you follow, or have you followed in the past as part of your ‘portfolio’?

I totted up how many tipsters I have used in the last 5 years for this interview and was amazed to see it stood at 181 in total!

In terms of those I actively follow, I have a dozen now that I subscribe to, although a few of them I am just watching at the moment. The truth then is that I am placing bets with my own money from the bets advised by only 8 to 10 tipsters currently.

Interestingly 5 of these tipsters I have followed since 2014 with the others added more recently. All bar two in the portfolio are tipsters that the Smart Betting Club recommend.

SBC: Wow that’s a lot of tipsters! How many of the 181 have you watched but then decided to give a miss? Can you also outline how long you ‘watch’ a tipster for?

Most of those I have subscribed to as part of that group of 181, I will give a miss. This is because I prefer to simply watch a tipster for up to 6 months in order to see if they will deliver for me and how I like to bet.

Of those I have watched and walked away from – a lot of the time their results were not profitable in terms of how I would like to follow them. They might well be profitable for others – but they don’t fit into how and when I like to bet (or indeed can bet) so it’s a very important part of my analysis.

SBC: And what about the 5 tipsters you have followed since 2014 – any you care to reveal?

The longest serving tipster in my portfolio is Kieran Ward’s Morning Value Service – which I know you rate very highly at SBC.

SBC: Do you have any preference for the type of tipster you like to follow and what is it you look for when evaluating them?

The most important factor is that I like to know when the tips are coming out, so I can make myself available to bet. I also prefer tipsters that supply information later in the day, as it is much better for account longevity from a racing betting perspective.

I also keep my own record to monitor the odds a tipster quotes and those I can take. For example, I don’t place any racing bets before 10am, so any tipster issuing bets before this time might not work for me – especially if their tips see significant support before I can get on.

SBC: The 10am start point makes sense as betting before that time on racing is known to cause problems. Can I ask what you do when the odds move on an advised bet from a tipster in your active portfolio? Do you take the lower 10am price?

I don’t like betting too early in the day and never overnight. So, the answer is it depends. Some tipsters are so heavily backed initially that the value goes right away and you are more likely to be flagged by a bookmaker. Many of these will drift out later in the day. So, my criteria are different based on the tipster.

SBC: If you miss an early price, do you ever look to get a bet on closer to the race starting either just before the off or in-play?

If I have the chance, I will have a check up on those selections I didn’t get matched on during the day. You can often beat those early missed prices close to the off, but if you can’t, then you must be disciplined and let it go (not easy! – especially when they win!)

SBC: Indeed – and that goes to the heart of making sure you obtain a value price on any bet you strike. Digging into the profits you have made, which tipster(s) have made you the greatest Return on Investment?

In terms of ROI, then there are a few that stand out, all of whom I discovered through yourselves.

One racing tipster that I have been with for years is the Value Bettor, with whom I have a lifetime 20% ROI and who continues to impress. You can read the full SBC review of this service free via this link – Editor.

Another which I added just under a year ago is The Betting Man which is also at 20% ROI. This service was reviewed in SBC Issue 108, click here to read more – Editor

One longer-term service is previously mentioned The Morning Value Service, which was the star of my portfolio for 3-4 years, however that has gone off the boil slightly during the last 15 months.

SBC: How about Return on Capital (ROC) and bank growth? Have any tipsters hit lower ROI’s but made a greater turnover for you?

They are many services that operate on smaller ROI but with larger volume. These are all about value propositions and are great for increasing your ROC. However most of these are difficult to follow because the prices go quickly and are the sort of selections that can get your accounts restricted fast. The minimum bet guarantee by some bookmakers will become useful for following these services, however you need to accept that the ROI % will be very much reduced from historic records.

An example of this type of service is the racing service you recently reviewed in SBC 109. Based on my six month trial with them and my 10am starting point, my ROI would have been less than 1%. Someone else following them with full accounts and no restriction worries might do very well, but they do not suit when and how I bet.

SBC: How often do you review your tipster portfolio and add in new services?

I conduct a review every month where I look at 1, 3, 6, 12 and 24 month performance to help put results into context. Since my early days, my portfolio has become a lot more stable and I have only added in 1 new tipster since 2018. The others I have added I am paper trading.

SBC: One of the questions many punters have is down to staking and when to increase. How has your staking changed over the years, if at all?

My total staking hasn’t changed too dramatically over the last four years but getting the right balance and staking of each tipster takes time to get right. Thankfully my profitability has increased each year so clearly that is working to some degree.

SBC: In terms of the practicality of following so many tipsters – how does that work for you on a day to day basis?

The reality is that most of the services I use are low volume, so it is not too bad from a time perspective. Saturdays and festivals are always a little bit busier but most normal weekdays are relatively easy from a time/work perspective.

SBC: That’s good to know it’s entirely manageable, but what do you do when you take a holiday or want a week off? Do you switch off entirely or continue to bet when ‘away’?

There is a 3-4 day break normally at Christmas!

Seriously it is important to take a break from anything you do, and this is no exception, so I do try to switch off entirely, although I can’t say that I always achieve this.

SBC: Another issue for many punters is losing runs and how to deal with bad runs of form when your tipsters can’t seem to find a winner. How do you handle them?

It’s definitely not easy!

The first time something bad happens, i.e. you have a big losing week or a losing month, it is pretty hard to take, and you have to rationalise to yourself what you are doing.

When losing, you go through a range of emotions, but ultimately, I trust in what I am doing and have the long term results to prove it, so I always reflect on that. That is where my records where I can see performance stringing back 24 months help.

SBC: Obviously as a winning punter, most people wonder how you get your bets on. Do you use bookmakers or exchanges or a mixture of both?

This is the most difficult part these days – getting the bets on.

I try to spread mine out as much as I can, and I have a detailed spreadsheet that includes every bookmaker I am aware of!

That would be my tip – open as many accounts as you can and spread your bets out amongst them.

SBC: Are there certain firms you use more than others to place your bets?

I will place a bet wherever I can, but most firms have shut me down. Thankfully many new ones pop up all the time and I am getting better at ensuring those I do open, remain so.

SBC: Do you have any tips that you care to share on how you keep them open?

Well, as per my last point, I don’t think there is a bookmaker I haven’t used, although keeping your accounts open is definitely an art form.

There is lots of advice on this via SBC, such as betting later in the day and spreading out bets as much as possible, which really do help. Read more on the restrictions help we provide members via this link – Editor

Ultimately, you don’t realise how important your accounts are until you can’t use them, so don’t ignore this problem until it impacts you.

SBC: Finally, what advice would you have for those keen to repeat your success and run a tipster portfolio?

Be disciplined, be truthful and use the information that is out there. The SBC has a plethora of information available so there is no better place to start!

I would also recommend reading Rowan’s Bet Diary Pro on the realities of following a tipster portfolio. We have different portfolios (albeit with some similarities) but the idea is the same and many of the things that impact us all such as handling losing runs are discussed on there.


A huge thank-you goes to ‘Dave’ for giving his time and expertise so readily as part of this interview.

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Profitable with Bookmakers & Betfair SP – The racing tipster quoting fair & achievable odds

Last week saw the release of the very latest SBC Magazine – Issue 108 which featured reviews of 3 new winning tipsters to help in your profitable betting quest.

Chief amongst them was our exploration of ‘The Betting Man service, which since inception back in November 2017 has produced some exceptional results, having made 328 points at 27.2% Return on Investment.

In fact since our original review was published – he has picked up an extra 28 points profit, including a 16/1 winner on Friday, so he remains in red-hot form.

Yet as good as his form has been, as tipster reviewers we always need to delve much deeper than simple headline profit figures to get the real lowdown on how good a service really is – including one of the most vital topics – Odds Movement.

Odds Tracking & Movement Analysis

In today’s racing betting world – one thing we must always explore before considering joining a tipster is exactly how fair the odds they quote actually are.

Because if a tipster puts up a bet at 16/1, yet this price is slashed within seconds to 12/1, before going into 8/1 within 15 minutes, then the reality is that it will be very difficult to match the prices quoted. A tipster good in theory, but not in practice.

Therefore, as part of our detailed tipster review process, we run an odds tracking analysis study, which gauges the odds a tipster quotes and how quickly these prices move (or not) over time. Exploring the practicality of following a tipster in the real world.

In The Betting Man’s case we tracked the odds movement of his tips for 2 1/2 months from a group of major bookmakers. Comparing his advised odds with those immediately available upon receipt of his tips, the best odds after 15 minutes had elapsed, at 1030am and finally at SP.

During this 2 1/2 month odds tracking period, The Betting Man had a fantastic time, making a ROI of 54.3% and over 100 points profit so it was an intriguing time to run such a study!

Here are the results of it:

The key figure to look at here is the ROI Difference percentage as the odds available upon the tips being received were actually 3.2% better than those he was advising.

Suggesting that the quoted odds are fair and actually can be beaten by using a website like Oddschecker to source the best prices.

After 15 minutes the ROI difference is still positive, although only at 0.2% – but still the point remains that the advised odds can be matched as long as betting within 15 minutes.

Beyond that – we did see some movement with a drop of 17.8% ROI down to 36.6% if betting at 10.30am and a 30% ROI drop at SP. The latter is not surprising as no-one should bet at SP these days, but what it does tell you is the edge The Betting Man has over the market.

Odds Findings – Summary

To summarise – it seemed clear to us that as long as backing The Betting Man’s selections within the first 15 minutes, you should easily match, if not beat his advised odds and obtain a similar level of performance.

There is movement come 10.30am although we do have a concern that the drop off in ROI is somewhat exaggerated due to the exceptional run of form during this tracking period.

Betfair SP Performance

In each review, we also examine the potential profitability of following any such tipster on the betting exchanges, including at Betfair SP after 5% commission is deducted on each winner.

Our analysis indicated that The Betting Man has been very profitable to date backing at Betfair SP with a 37.3% ROI from the 573 bets we were able to match to an external data source (all at 1 point level stakes)

Here is the full comparison of the 573 bets we matched:

Despite this strong performance, we would prefer to see a larger sample of bets first before recommending this as a bonafide Betfair SP service, although it is certainly an angle worth keeping an eye on.

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You can read our very detailed review of The Betting Man and 2 other winning tipsters in SBC 108 – which is available to download the instant you join the Smart Betting Club as either a Silver, Gold or Platinum member.

And for those of you interested in joining The Betting Man, we have secured SBC members the chance to save up to 50% on the cost of membership in an exclusive deal.

If interested in this deal – BE QUICK as news reached me this morning that they will be closing to new members at the end of December and a waiting list will be put in place. This in order to further protect the odds availability of those tips. So if you wish to both join and SAVE up to 50%, you need to move quick.

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The Betting Man: Exclusive first review & 50% discount on the tipster everyone is talking about

The latest SBC Magazine (Issue 108) has just been published with the feature review our exploration of the on-fire racing tipster: The Betting Man

Having racked up a profit a 328 points at 27.2% Return on Investment and an outstanding Betting Bank Growth figure of 219% since conception, we investigated all aspects of this popular service. Including its profitability at Betfair SP, staking plan and crucially how well the advised odds stand up in the live betting market (answer – they stack up very well indeed!)

Described by SBC members as ‘The best service I have ever followed‘, ‘Peerless‘ and ‘Highly recommended if you are serious about making the game pay‘, you can read our full independent analysis in this complete review.

…And for those of you interested in joining The Betting Man, we have secured SBC members the chance to save up to 50% on the cost of membership in an exclusive deal.

You can read about The Betting Man and 2 other winning tipsters in SBC 108 – which is available to download the instant you join the Smart Betting Club as either a Silver, Gold or Platinum member.

Why SBC Reviews Are Different!

Smart Betting Club tipster reviews are renowned for being some of the most detailed you can find – here is why you should trust us to help you find the right tipsters for you:

  • Independent, Expert Analysis: SBC has been reviewing tipsters since 2006 so we know what to look for when it comes to making a profit betting. Best of all, as we are 100% independent (never using affiliate links in our reviews) you can be assured that when we say something is good, it really is.
  • Odds Availability Reports: When scrutinising horse racing tipsters, its vitally important to understand just how easy (or hard) it is to get the advised odds. Our unique odds availability studies (published in each review) track this and keep you fully informed on the best tipsters not just in theory, but practice.
  • Exchange Profits & Suitability: For every tipster that goes under our review microscope, we also examine the profits that can me made following them on betting exchanges. Marking out those suitable for those of you unable to bet with traditional bookmakers.
  • Ratings & Recommendations: Alongside our detailed review, we also provide you with informed ratings and recommendations on those tipsters we encourage you to join to make you money betting. Helping you find the best tipsters quickly.

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You can access your own copy of SBC 108 and our entire back catalogue of magazines the instant you join the Smart Betting Club.

This includes access to every single tipster review we have ever written (there are literally hundreds available) and all of the Hall of Fame Tipsters we recommend to make you money betting.

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You can also enjoy significant discounts on the cost of joining many of these tipsters via our unique Tipster Discounts – exclusively available to SBC members only.

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Best of all, you can also now save £45 on the usual cost of a Smart Betting Club membership as part of a special 2018 discount we have on site.

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All Smart Betting Club membership options (Silver, Gold and Platinum) offer access to SBC 108. Simply choose the membership option that suits you best (view the membership comparison table here) and once signed-up, you will be able to instantly download the guide.

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“Best service I have ever followed…I am up 5k since February” – The free tipster with rave reviews

It has been an outstanding 12 months for one of our free tipsters at SBC: The Betting Man and whilst their time with us is now coming to an end, their performance only serves to highlight how our free tipsters can give you a head-start with your betting.

All told, since he began sharing his tips for free with SBC members in November 2017, The Betting Man has made 317.4 points profit at 27.82% ROI from 613 bets.

That’s over £3000 at simple £10 stakes…not bad for a free tipster!

Yet don’t take my word – listen instead to these SBC members on their experiences following The Betting Man…

“Best service I have ever followed as the tips are on the same day not the night before like so many tipsters so the odds are available to within half a point or so on the exchanges. Personally I am up over 5k since February “

“I’ve seen an ROI on his selections of 29% which is remarkable

“I’ve got nothing but positive things to say about my experience with The Betting Man. Very simple to follow, reliable and profitable- all the key things you want from a service.

“My total profit is 1226,00 € from the 1st May, with ROI of 27,28% with just 10€ per unit. Impressive!

“This service is peerless in my view. Tralee Hills first win was advised as a 1 point each way wager and is the single best piece of tipping I have ever encountered. Highly recommended if you are serious about making the game pay!

Get Your Betting Off To A Flyer With Our Free Tipsters

Whilst The Betting Man is shortly to stop supplying his advice for free (to be fair he did do this for 12 months!) there remain several other tipsters you can follow for free with a Smart Betting Club membership.

Each of them provide an ideal solution for those of you not wishing to spend big on tipster subscriptions but keen to get started punting profitably.

Here is a brief synopsis on 5 of the best experts on our books – all 5 are available to follow via the SBC Tipping Forum and also via direct email supply of tips.

1. Rooster Racing Tips – Averages 30 to 40 tips per month, usually at big prices. Since 2014, he has made in excess of 430 points profit at 23.8% ROI including 5 winning months on the run.

2.The Accountant Lays – Advises lays in the ‘place’ racing market at short prices. From the 131 qualifying lays so far, he has made a profit at Betfair SP of £3,232.71 to £100 stakes. This includes a deduction of 5% commission Betfair SP on any winning lays.

3. Five Star Favourites – Advises regular short priced racing tips (favourites) with an excellent record of performance to date of just under 60 points profit @ 11% ROI over 550 bets.

4. Chris Baker Tips – Chris was the 2017 winner of Racing UK’s ‘Tipstar’ competition to find the UK’s best amateur tipster and since 2015, he has put up 1704 tips and made 125.30 points profit at a ROI of 8.09%

5. *NEW* Lay The Draw Football Strategy – A very simple strategy laying the draw in football matches – in 2018 this tipster has made a 42.7 pt profit at 5.4% ROI from 254 lays. He has been posting all tips on the SBC Forum since May and later this week he will also begin sending them via email as well.

Follow These Tipsters With A Risk-Free SBC Membership.

The tipsters mentioned above are available to follow for free each day as part of your Smart Betting Club subscription (Silver, Gold or Platinum).

Simply choose the tipster(s) you wish to follow and sign-up to get their selections sent via email by following the links in the SBC ‘Free Tips’ membership section.

Alternatively, you can also follow each of their tips as they are posted on the SBC members only Tipping Forum.

So, if you are looking to get started betting with tipsters and don’t want to splash the cash on expensive subscriptions, why not consider following our free tipsters as part of your Smart Betting Club membership.

Best of all, you can now sign-up totally risk-free thanks to our 90-day money back guarantee ,which ensures if you find our service (and these free tipsters) not for you, then you can get a full refund.

Meaning you have everything to gain and nothing to lose from joining our exclusive club!


Best Regards

Peter Ling

Smart Betting Club Owner and Founder


Free tips: The winners keep rolling in for these experts

Back in July, I told you about the expert tipsters providing betting advice for free to Smart Betting Club members and just how well they were faring.

Each of the featured tipsters were able to provide an ideal solution for those of you not wishing to spend money on large tipster subscriptions but keen to get started punting profitably.

Well the good news is that the combined strong form has continued with further profits bagged since my July email.

…And whilst the number of free tipsters has reduced by 1 (details on why below – its been too successful!) those continually available for free are providing a fantastic platform to kickstart your SBC membership with.

To access each of these free tipsters, simply sign-up for either a Silver, Gold or Platinum SBC membership and choose those you wish to follow via the ‘Free Tips’ section of the SBC membership website.

You can receive these free tips via email direct to your inbox or through access to the SBC members-only tipping forum.

The Betting Man: 248 Points Profit @ 26% ROI

The Betting Man has been punting successfully for over 2 decades and has a wealth of contacts and experience to add to expert knowledge of the form book and an exceptional work ethic.

Since my July email, he has grown his profit tally from 207 to 248 points with several winners and all at realistic odds – as the prices quoted are available with at least 3 major bookmakers listed on odds comparison sites.

Starting life in November 2017, The Betting Man has put up 504 tips and made a 248 point profit at 26.46% ROI with 9 winning months out of 10.

Below you can see his updated profit graph below for more evidence of this consistency…

The Betting Man Graph

Rooster Tips: +426 Points Profit Since 2014

Another top quality racing tipster on offer to SBC members is the ‘Rooster’ who has also added an extra 27 points profit since my July email thanks to several big winners over the past month and a half.

With a particular skill for highlighting big priced racing tips, his total profit now sits at 426 points profit from over 1400 bets at 26% ROI since 2014.

Averaging around 20 to 30 tips per month, The Rooster operates a selective approach to tipping, with generally a focus on some of the bigger race meetings and choosing only to bet when there is value to be had.

Depending on your level of risk, his free tips have also made substantial betting bank growth over the years (we recommend a 150 point betting bank if happy to take a slight risk, 180 points for a balanced approach and 210 points if extra cautious.)

Here is what The Rooster has made in terms of ROC (Return on Capital) to each betting bank recommendation over the years:

The Rooster Bank

Five Star Faves: 35 points profit backing favourites (Or 62 points with BOG)

Whilst the Five Star Favourites tipping service has given back a smidgen of profit since our July email (Down from 40 points to 35 points), what we haven’t mentioned is the extra profits available to those of you with Best Odds Guarantee eligible betting accounts.

Five Star Favourites as the name suggests, advises regular short priced racing tips (favourites) and has built up a tremendous record over this time.

His ‘Official’ record states that so far he has made a 35.26 point profit @ 7% ROI from his first 505 bets.

Yet, those of you with Best Odds Guaranteed available on your account, could have grown this to a 62.15 point profit @ 12.3% ROI from the same 505 bets.

This profit boost is available simply by placing these favourite bets with Best Odds Guaranteed applied, whereby you are paid out on winners at SP if that is higher than the advised price you take.

Considering this is based on backing favourites in mature markets (with tips sent around midday) and quoted odds which are widely available, this is a very impressive record from his first 14 months of tipping.

The Accountant Lays: £1875 Profit in 10 months @ Betfair SP

The Accountant and his fantastic place laying method was another tipster making extra profits in recent weeks with his betting bank profit growing from £1532.63 to £1875.94. That’s an extra £352.31 from his simple 3% staking method.

This is based on his regular place market horse lay tips, which are all settled at Betfair SP and deducting 5% commission as standard of each ‘winning’ bet.

This fine form didn’t go unnoticed though and as we recently celebrated his anniversary of supplying ‘free tips’ (he first began doing so on the 29th August 2017) he has now decided to limit access to his advice.

The primary reason behind this decision was to protect the odds availability as we noticed that stakes were significantly increasing on his selections, which in turn was impacting the final Betfair SP odds.

The decision was therefore made that after a full year of supplying tips for free, a restricted service was the only way to proceed, available to a limited number of people only.

Still, this is without doubt a huge success story as over the course of a full year, he grew a betting bank from £1000 to £2875.94 from his Betfair SP place laying tips for those SBC members that followed him in.

The Accountant is also continuing to proof another ‘FREE’ laying tipster angle – this time focusing on taking on short priced favourites, which has started very well indeed. It is available to all SBC members to follow for free via the SBC Tipster Forum.

Follow These Tipsters With A Risk-Free SBC Membership.

These tipsters mentioned above are available to follow for free each day as part of your Smart Betting Club subscription.

Simply choose the tipster(s) you wish to follow and sign-up to get their selections sent via email by following the links in the SBC ‘Free Tips’ membership section.

Alternatively, you can also follow each of their tips as they are posted on the SBC members only Tipping Forum.

So, if you are looking to get started betting with tipsters and don’t want to splash the cash on expensive subscriptions, why not consider following our free tipsters as part of your Smart Betting Club membership.

Best of all, you can now sign-up totally risk-free thanks to our 90-day money back guarantee, which ensures if you find our service (and these free tipsters) not for you, then you can get a full refund.

Meaning you have everything to gain and nothing to lose from joining our exclusive club!

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See you on the inside.

Peter Ling
Smart Betting Club Editor