The Knowledge

| October 28, 2019 | Reply

Product Name:

The Knowledge

Company Name & Contact Details:

WAP Tipsters Ltd
34 New House
67-68 Hatton Garden


£40 plus Vat = £48.00 per month.

A quarterly membership costs £80 plus VAT = £96.00 and gives you three months for the price of two.

Money Back Guarantee:

None mentioned.

What Do You Get?

Between two and five each-way single selections most days. Selections come from all codes of British and Irish racing.

Where to Buy:

The Knowledge

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

A starting bank of 200-points is recommended for this service.

How Much Money Can I Make?

The WAP Tipsters webpage for The Knowledge has a headline profit of 900-points between launch in May 2019 and the end of August. The full results spreadsheet shows that this had dropped slightly to 867.87 points by the end of September.

Although no ROI information is given, a quick calculation based on the results spreadsheet suggests this would be around 88% based on the information provided.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

This is a straightforward, level stakes, each-way service and with the bookmaker(s) offering the advised odds listed in the daily email, it is no more than five minutes or so of your time each day.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

A PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone with internet connection and a range of online bookmaker accounts to maximise the potential returns.

Value for Money?

As always, I will wait until the end of the review before offering an opinion on this element of the service.

Quality of Customer Service?

The “Contact Us” link is hidden away at the bottom of each page under the heading “ For Product Support, please contact the vendor HERE.” There is no indication of how quickly you can expect a response to a query.

That said, I have always had a quick reply to all communication when setting up the reviews.


The Knowledge launched on the WAP Tipsters platform in May 2019 and is the work of Thomas Hamer.

All selections are one-point each-way bets and the average odds are around the 7/1 – 15/2 mark, but we have seen plenty of picks in the 12/1 – 16/1 range. There is no complicated staking plan or exotic bet types, just simple, straightforward, each-way singles.

Thomas arrives at his daily tips through a combination of form and market analysis, linked to information from industry contacts. We are told that the research techniques have been constantly refined over the years and at the same time the contact base has been increased.

The information arrives by email between 09:00 and 11:00 each morning and the selections are also available in the members’ area of the website and via the private Whats App group. There is no analysis or rationale given in the email, just the selection, race details, advised price and bookmaker(s) offering those odds.

The WAP Tipsters website shows 900 points profit in the first four months following the launch of The Knowledge. A lo at the detailed results sheet suggests this would have been at an ROI (return on investment) of around 88%. This was followed by a 40-point loss in September, with October also running well behind those first four month’s levels, with a few days to go.

Results – Month 1 (27th September to 26th October 2019)

The first month of our review period showed a tiny loss of 2.5 points. Whilst this is no great shakes in the grand scheme of things, and represents less than 4% drawdown on the bank (including the cost of membership and at £10 per point stakes), it is significantly behind those first four month’s levels.

The win strike rate was 14.77% for this period, but if we include placed selections then the rate is 36.36%. Average odds were 7/1 (8.01), with the winning selections averaging just over 13/2 (7.54) and the placed selections just under 13/2 at 7.33.

There were some lengthy gaps between winners, including two sequences of 16. However, the longest run without a winner or placed selection was 11, with the next worst run being nine.

The 7th of October produced two winners and a place from three selections for a daily profit of 14.22 points, whilst 2nd of October wasn’t far behind with a daily gain of 13.81 points from three winners from five selections.

The loss this month represents 1.25% of the recommended bank, and if you take into account the cost of the subscription as well, the drawdown becomes 3.65% at £10 per point stakes or 1.93% at £50 per point.

Summary at End of Month 1

No damage done and plenty of scope for the remaining two months to show returns somewhere close to the early months of the service.


A full analysis of the results from the review can be found here.


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