Punching 4 Profit Review

| July 1, 2013 | Reply

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The latest product that my team will be taking a look at in the coming weeks is Punching 4 Profit brought to you by BetFan.

So, what is Punching For Profit? Well, it’s betting advice service based around boxing markets. The system offers win bets, method of victory, round betting, group rounds, over/under round bets and more. Tips cover fights over a given weekend but the system does not operate every week, only when the big fights are scheduled.

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Membership to Punching 4 Profit costs £10 for each set of selections. This isn’t a on-going subscription so it is a separate £10 payment for each set of selections. At the moment there is also an offer that states if you sign up and experience a losing weekend then you will receive the next set of selections for free.

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Initial View

Here we go with a different service covering the boxing and with a very polite and informative “greetings” e mail, they were off to a flyer in my eyes – but will they prove to be a knockout, or will I throw in the towel I wonder?

Final Review for Punching For Profits.

One for the thoughtful punter I suggest with bets only given lout when they feel there is something worth saying (perhaps the way it should be). Patience is a virtue I suppose and not a bad thing at the end of the day – but were they profitable or just plain frugal – read on to find out?

Statistics.

Percentages:

Bets 12
Profitable bets 4
Profitable percentage 33.33%%
Losing percentage 66.67%
Profit to recommended stakes: 15.75 points

The best bits.

I like the simplicity and I love the explanations behind the bets – especially useful for a boxing novice like me! The rarity of the bets can get a bit boring but then with that sort of profit from so few bets (and the fun of watching a lot of the fights on TV or the internet?), what’s not to like?

But on the negative side…..

Not a lot to say here that hasn’t been said – much as I would like a few more bets I don’t want losing ones so leave it to their expertise.

Conclusions:

Good value for money though the number of bets in the two month trial did not add up to many and as a statistician I have to say that is a concern with so little chance of any emerging patterns? That aid, 15pts plus in eight weeks from so few bets is pretty impressive, and as you do NOT have to sign up to any long term deals, I can see me using them again in the very near future.

Saturday 08th June

Welcome back to Punching 4 Profit with a couple of bets on boxers to won, one regardless and the other to be a stoppage of some kind (KO TKO or Disqualification). Bet one on Afolabi to win went astray and cost us eight points but we stole some evens about Maidana who battered his opponent in round six so yet more profit on the day.

Today’s P/L +4pts
Overall P/L +15.75pts

Saturday 25th May

Close but no cigar as we picked the right result from the Bellew v Chilemba fight BUT we were on “inside the distance” (KO TKO or DISQ) plus a point on the draw – neither of which paid out.

Today’s P/L -9pts
Overall P/L +11.75pts

Saturday 18th May

A cracking weekend that deserves a pat on the back. Two selections at odds of 4/1 (9pts win) and 6/1 (6pts win) gave us a winner with the first named (Wadi Camacho) and a 30pt profit on the day.

Today’s P/L +30pts
Overall P/L +20.75pts

Saturday 11th May

Two bets this weekend and with an 11/8 winer and an 11/8 loser to level stakes (10pts each), a profit was made.

Today’s P/L +3.75pts
Overall P/L -10.75pts

Saturday 4th May

One bet one loser as Floyd Mayweather won as expected – but not within the distance as per our bet.

Today’s P/L -10pts
Overall P/L -14.5pts

Saturday 27th April

Three bets on Saturday night/Sunday morning with two singles and a double. All results went the way we were told BUT we lost out thanks to the style of victory (we bet on knockouts and rounds etc) for one winner at odds of 31/20 and two losers and a small loss – but a lot of fun for starters!

Today’s P/L -4.5pts
Overall P/L -4.5pts

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