Banker Bets

| August 31, 2018 | Reply

Product Name:

Banker Bets

Company Name & Contact Details:

John Baker
support@banker-bets.com

Price:

There are a number of options available as Banker Bets incorporates both Banker Bets and Value Picks. You can subscribe to one or other service individually or to both for a reduced fee.

Either service individually is priced at £27 per month, £54 per quarter (three months for the price of two) or £155 for the year (less than half the cost of 12 individual months).

The combined membership (Banker Bets plus Value Picks) is priced at £39.95 per month, £77 per quarter (better than 3-for-2) or £227 for the year (saving over 50% against the individual monthly cost).

For either of the individual subscriptions the first month is available for £6.75 and for the combined subscription for just £9.95.

There is currently a free trial offer being run which offers free access to both Banker Bets and Value Picks from 1st September to 7th October!! Register here for the free trial.

Money Back Guarantee:

Each initial subscription payment is covered by a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee. This guarantee is limited to initial subscription payments only and does not apply to renewals.

What Do You Get?

Up to four services in one. Choose Banker Bets or Value Picks, combine them into one service or elect to follow Banker Bets as multiples when there are more than one selection in a day.

Where to Buy:

New Subscribe

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

The recommended starting bank for Banker Bets is just 15-points. For Value Picks it is 40-points, and if you are following both as one service the safe option would be 50-points.

How Much Money Can I Make?

There are no specific claims made but there is reference to “consistent, low-risk profit”.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

Just a few minutes each day that tips are advised.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

PC, laptop or mobile device with access to online bookmaker accounts. I would recommend as many bookmaker options as possible, especially those that offer best Asian odds.

Value for Money?

As always, this waits until the end of the review, but with a free trial offer available what have you got to lose?

Quality of Customer Service?

John lists “prompt, courteous customer support” as one of the things you get with your membership and I would have to say that my experience of dealing with them bears this out completely.

Review

As well as the original Banker Bets service there is also the newer Value Picks service available on the site. Both services are run by John Baker who is also the man behind Draw Profits which we will be reviewing next month.

Banker Bets is a low-odds, high strike rate service and covers bets in all the major leagues, particularly in Europe. With a recommended starting bank of just 15-points you can expect long winning runs and short losing ones, generating a slow but steady growth in your bank.

Value Picks operates at slightly higher odds and utilises Asian handicaps, over/under goals, draw no bet, double chance, both teams to score etc., as well straight match odds. The starting bank for this service is slightly higher at 40-points to reflect the chance of longer losing runs.

An alternative option on the Banker Bets front is to back them as multiples on days when there is more than one selection. This obviously inflates the odds but increases the risk. I will cover all of the various options in the results section below.

Because of the low odds being targeted they are nearly always available and they also tend to be quite stable. I also like the fact that John quotes average odds alongside the best odds for each selection and uses the average odds to populate the results history on the website. This means that you should always be able to better the results shown on the Banker Bets website.

The daily e-mail is very detailed with a review of the previous day and full match analysis of the day’s picks. It is clear from the analysis that a lot of time and effort goes into selecting the picks and it isn’t just a case of picking a few short-priced favourites at random. Value Picks tends to have less in the way of analysis of the selections and the review of the previous day can be a bit hit and miss. E-mails are sent for both services to confirm “no bet” days.

Results – Month 1 (30th July to 29th August 2018)

The original Banker Bets made a small loss of just 0.84 points in the first month of the review. With 25 winning selections from 34 the strike rate was 73.53% and the average odds of selections was 1.34.

If you had followed the option to back days with more than one selection as multiples the loss would have been higher at 2.38 points. The average odds using this option increased to 1.87 but the strike rate dropped to 58.82% (10 winning bets from 17).

Value Picks ended the month with a loss of 2.2 points. This service had more action in the month with 51 bets, of which 26 were successful to give a strike rate of 50.98%, and average odds of 1.84.

Combining Banker Bets and Value Picks together delivered a loss of 3.04 points in the first month. With a strike rate of 60% and average odds of 1.64, it was a run of four defeats in the last five picks that undid what was heading for a breakeven month.

Whilst these results are not going to set the world alight, neither are they a major cause for concern in the wider scheme of things. August is a notoriously difficult time for football tipsters as the major European leagues all start their new seasons and form can be somewhat sketchy. As we enter September and October and the form settles down and new signings find their feet I would expect the results to improve and wipe out the small losses incurred to date.

Summary at End of Month 1

Slightly disappointing to start the review period with a loss but the timing won’t have helped as mentioned above. No real damage done, and expectations are that with the level of analysis that goes into selections we will see results improve over the next two months.

The full results of the trial period can be found here:
Banker Bets
Banker Bets (Multiples)
Value Picks
Banker Bets and Value Picks Combined

 

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