Max Bet Racing (MBR)

| July 7, 2018 | Reply

Product Name:

Max Bet Racing

Company Name & Contact Details:

David Murphy
david@maxbetracing.com
www.maxbetracing.com

Price:

Currently free pending relaunch of subscription service.

Money Back Guarantee:

Not applicable at the moment as the service is currently being offered for free.

What Do You Get?

Daily single UK horse racing tips on the win and each-way markets sent by e-mail, social media and on the web site.

Where to Buy:

www.maxbetracing.com/join-now.html

Brief Summary:

Daily (including Sunday) single bets on UK racing using the win and each way markets. All selections are staked at between one and three points, with three points being rare maximum bets. Selections are available by e-mail, social media and/or on the website.

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

A 100-point opening bank is recommended.

How Much Money Can I Make?

No specific claims made. However, the service claims historically significant profits – over 300-points in one year (2013).

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

Literally a few minutes daily when the tips are received.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

Laptop, PC or mobile device with Internet connectivity and access to online bookmaker accounts. Alternatively, you can place the bets the old-fashioned way at a bookmaker’s shop, but you run the risk of missing out on the advised prices.

Value for Money?

MBR is currently a free service, so this isn’t applicable at the moment.

Quality of Customer Service?

All questions and comments are dealt with directly by David and he is keen to re-establish MBR as a leading tipster service, so focus on customer service is high on his agenda.

Review

David Murphy originally launched MBR back in 2010 and enjoyed considerable success for the first couple of years. Personal circumstances meant David joined forces with Betfan in 2013 under the name MBR Club, to allow him to concentrate solely on selections and handover the marketing, promotion, customer service and administration to Betfan. Despite continuing to enjoy success during that year, David unfortunately made the decision to close the service in 2014 due to his ongoing personal circumstances.

Four years on and David is looking to re-establish Max Bet Racing as one of the foremost tipster services in the market. As part of that process, MBR is currently being offered free to anyone who wants to follow the service so that some evidence of success can be built up before reintroducing a subscription charge.

MBR can be followed by going to www.maxbetracing.com and registering for e-mail advices, following on social media (@MaxBetRacing or www.facebook.com/MaxBetRacing) or simply log on to the website each day and click on the “Daily Tips” tab.

If you opt for e-mail or using the web site (social media links will take you here as well), you will get a full analysis of each race in which a tip is recommended. Alongside this is a summary of the race details, the selection, the recommended stake, the advised odds and the bookmakers currently offering those odds. The race evaluation clearly demonstrates the level of research and analysis that has gone into the selections.

There is a full analysis of results since the service relaunched on 17th April 2018 on the web site. These currently show four points profit to the end of June, with a strike rate of 24% and an ROI (Return on Investment) of 2.75%.

The service itself is very simple to follow, with all selections being singles to win or each way. There are between one and three tips on any given day, although there are also days when no bet is recommended.

Stakes are between one and three points, with three points being a rare maximum bet. We saw no maximum bets in the first month of the review, and the average stake was 1.46 points.

Results for Month 1 (4th June to 3rd July 2018)

The first month of our review proved to be a torrid one for MBR with just four winners and one placed selection from 40 tips, a win strike rate of just 10%. Overall, this led to a loss of 31.5 points for the period.

Losing sequences of 17 and 12 were endured during the month, with the only consecutive returns being a win followed by a place.

The average odds for the period were 8.75 (or just under 8/1). The average odds of the winning selections were 5.375 (or just under 9/2).

Summary at end of Month 1

Unfortunately, this wasn’t what we, or MBR, wanted to see in the first month of the trial when the service is trying to re-establish itself. However, my old adage of one month not defining a tipster stands true and we wait to see if David can turn things around over the next two months.

You can see the full results of the review to date here.

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