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Track Record

Our Track Record

Any tipster service is only as good as its track record, and you can find full details of the profits generated by our advice since October 2009. You can download a full spreadsheet of advice, including every single bet in Excel format by clicking this link.

All of our past advice has been proofed and verified by the Secret Betting Club service and so can be trusted as 100% accurate. During the 2010/11 season all bets were all given out via the SBC Blog for free.

During the 2011/12 season, all bets are proofed to Pro Gambler and the Secret Betting Club.

2011/12 Season Results Update

The stats for the current season are as below

Currently we are  6.04 pts in profit from the first 84 bets (88 pts staked in total) since August, which is a yield (or ROI) of 6.86%.

This is a Return on Capital of 24.14% for the season so far. Illustrating this in financial terms, a starting bank of £2000 in August would now be worth £2482.80 – effectively £482.80 profit.

Results correct as of 3/2/11

2009/10 Season results

Below you can find our all-time and seasonal breakdown record of performance between October 2009 and May 2011.  During this period, the service was able to generate a profit of 15.62 pts from 176 bets at a Return on Investment of 8.01%.

One of the most important calculations for any service is the Return on Capital, which showcases how much an initial bank would have grown in relation to the staking plan.

To the suggested betting bank of 25 pts, the all-time Return on Capital is 62.49%. To put this into financial terms, a starting bank of £5000 in October 2009, would have since grown to £8124.50 from the advice during that period.

Monthly Breakdown

Below you can also see the month by month breakdown of the advice supplied and the ebb and flow of profit

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