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I've personally had decent results with him in the past and of course they offer a trial for a quid, but I've actually switched to LayTips.co.uk now. They offer four tips per day (vs. RLB's 1-2) and have what they call the "pension pot" system. Simply, you set a profit aim for the day on the first tip, and stop betting as soon as you hit your target, even if there's more tips to go. That means even if your first bet loses, you've still got scope to make it up and profit with the latter three tips. Again, this all works because of lay betting's high strike rate (87%ish as I remember), and this system has seen that LayTips have only had five losing days in the last three and a half years.

And of course, all their results are working, and ready for you to assess and if you wish, double check against the racing results websites. I signed up a couple of days ago and am starting small, but so far, so good:View attachment 852
I took a look, but again you can't see any of the results on their site. I mean there is a link, but they all load blank pages. It also looks horribly like the martingale system to me.
 

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I took a look, but again you can't see any of the results on their site. I mean there is a link, but they all load blank pages. It also looks horribly like the martingale system to me.
Ah yes, I forgot to say - when you hover over results, you have to go specifically to the month (e.g. VIP Results > Results 2020 > January 2020) When you click on a month-year link, it'll show you what you want. Clicking on any of the earlier links does take you to a random blank page, I know.
 

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That pension pot system seems risky to me, if I understand it correctly. Say for arguments sake you were doing £10 lays at odds of 5.0 If the first one wins you'd be £40 down. so you lay £50 on the next race. If that wins you are £240 down. To get that back you'd and still show a profit you'd be looking at a liability of £1000 on the next race. Would you really risk that?

Also, exactly how many losing days have they had because they don't seem to know themselves....

"You can check our results right the way back to October 2015 when the VIP Club was launched and you will find that we have had only 4 losing days during that period.

THE VIP CLUB has had only 5 LOSING DAYS Since October 2015 using THIS SYSTEM

Since we went public with the VIP Club back in October 2015 we have only had 2 losing days. We have always given our subscribers at least one losing selection every day, and in the majority of cases, it’s the 1st tip that loses."
 
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That pension pot system seems risky to me, if I understand it correctly. Say for arguments sake you were doing £10 lays at odds of 5.0 If the first one wins you'd be £40 down. so you lay £50 on the next race. If that wins you are £240 down. To get that back you'd and still show a profit you'd be looking at a liability of £1000 on the next race. Would you really risk that?

Also, exactly how many losing days have they had because they don't seem to know themselves....

"You can check our results right the way back to October 2015 when the VIP Club was launched and you will find that we have had only 4 losing days during that period.

THE VIP CLUB has had only 5 LOSING DAYS Since October 2015 using THIS SYSTEM

Since we went public with the VIP Club back in October 2015 we have only had 2 losing days. We have always given our subscribers at least one losing selection every day, and in the majority of cases, it’s the 1st tip that loses."
The other two are old figures, five is the most recent, and the one on the homepage rather than tucked away in neglected side pages and on old videos. You start betting with only what you can afford (I would never recommend starting with anything near to £10 bets until your bank roll is sufficiently large), and you wouldn't look to be piling your loses on the one bet, but spread it out over the following few bets to minimise the risk and any potential losses on a given day. Considering that out of over 1500 days, only five of them has been at a loss, the risk is already pretty minimal.
 

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I got £16 earlier in the week (from a bet x to get £1) and I got another £8 last night within the first couple of spins of the spin requirements.

Which is nice.
 

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I got £16 earlier in the week (from a bet x to get £1) and I got another £8 last night within the first couple of spins of the spin requirements.

Which is nice.
You hold onto that money for Cheltenham!
 

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Just won £13 from the five spins Sky Vegas' Prize Machine today, after winning a straight £2 from it yesterday. It's almost sad how excited I get when I win even just a couple of quid :rolleyes:
 
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But now betfair is only offering me bet £10 get £1 spins

I don’t ever make money on these so will avoid until they go back to being £5 bet WR.
 

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Today's been an unusually good day for free spins.

I've just spent a long time grinding away at one of the casinos under the MFortune group (Casino 2020), using their no deposit free spins. It was a slug, but I managed to get £18 out of it.

That followed been given a £1 bonus for Lightning Roulette at BetUK, which I put on odds and evens and ended up winning... a £1! It was still bonus, but only need £30 wagering. I headed over to Deal or No Deal Megaways with my winnings, and triggered the bonus feature within the first few spins. I won about £9 from that, then went to Royal Mint Megaways and spent through the wagering, came out with £7.51 in the end.

That followed winning five free spins from the free Monopoly Casino game for one of the Monopoly slots, which triggered the bonus feature after the second spin and ended up winning £6.50 from it.
 

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I won a whopping £0.30 off a Sky Bet free sctratchcard the other day :)
 
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I just won £163 from 5 free spins at William Hill, using their daily free mega drop thing. I'd given up on ever winning anything on that!
Wow I had given up on that! Just goes to show it only takes 1 spin (although it’s been ages since I won anything on there)
 
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I just won £163 from 5 free spins at William Hill, using their daily free mega drop thing. I'd given up on ever winning anything on that!
I think I'd wet myself if I won that much. Maybe that's why I haven't - it's nature's way of keeping me arid in the knick-knack department.
 
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