Monday, 29 June 2015

The Advertising Method is Go!

Hi Folks, and welcome to a new service from  It will be affectionately known on the site as TAM and will be used about once a month, sometimes more, to advertise the tips that have already been tipped to Subscribers and Loyalty Bonus Players.  Yes, you'll be getting the tips half an hour after existing customers.  This is probably going to make it more difficult for you to show a profit on the tips, because tips are renown throughout the land for showing long term profits and bookies like to shorten prices on selections.  It makes sound business sense.

If you want to make use of these tips you should start off with a bank of 40 points.  A point being whatever you want it to be.  If you want it to be £1 or £1000 it should be an amount you can afford to and are prepared to lose.  Bear in mind that the bigger the value of your point, the more trouble you are going to have getting your bets on, which is why I try to advertise odds that are available with at least 4 bookies, to give you a chance to spread your bets around.  You can see what price existing customers got in tomorrow's post on here.

OK that's enough flim flam, here's the first tip:

You are advised to have a 0.6 pt win single on Kansas City Royals (Blanton) to beat Houston Astros (McCullers) @ 13-10 a price you can get from & BetFred.  You can get a better 27-20 with Coral Icon 50x28Paddy Power & Ladbrokes.  Get the better price if you can!

Total stake 0.6 pt.

First pitch 00.05 BST

Go! Go! Go!

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