Phew! After a fairly poor January, we needed the Betting Gods team to recover those losses in February and they did just that… Thankfully! With 107.56pts profit, it was a solid 28 days from the Betting Gods tipsters. But who did well (and who wasn’t quite up to scratch)?
Let’s start by taking a look at who performed particularly well in February:
Under Par Golf Tips
Under Par Golf Tips is a newcomer to the team but he kicked his service off in style with a staggering 73.70pts profit – that’s enough profit to cover the losses of the 6 worst performing tipsters on the month!
Unlike most golf tipsters, Ben doesn’t rely on the occasional big winner. In fact, at the time of writing, his win rate is over 47% thanks to the type of bet he puts his money behind. It’s paying off and members are already raving about his service.
With a selective, quality-over-quantity approach in February, Cheek Pieces (along with Under Park Golf Tips) achieved an above 50% ROI for the month. Just 30 bets for the month, 10 winners and nearly 15pts profit. Easy!
The Rolling Aces
The Rolling Aces has made it a second month of the year in the top 3 thanks to his staggering 38.71pts profit on the tennis. By rolling over profit to achieve 20pts profit in each run, The Rolling Aces has found a system that’s paying off.
Other Notable Mentions
There were several other tipsters who also achieved double-digit ROIs in February that didn’t quite get them into the top 3.
Just outside those top 3 positions was The Bookies Enemy with a 31% ROI who reversed his poor luck in February. Tipping Maestro’s simple, selective service paid off yet again with a 27% ROI. Text Winner was the 6th best performer of the month with a 22%. NHL Betting Master rounded out the top performers with a 15% ROI and nearly 10pts profit.
As with all months, there are always going to be a few poor performers. We don’t hide this fact! Here are the tipsters that didn’t quite perform as well as hoped:
Unfortunately, PGA Profit hasn’t got the year off to the best start with 69.5pts lost in 2022 so far. He’s had 5 placed selections (2 at 100/1!) so far this year. Either of those winning would have seen his fortunes completely reversed so we’re still hopeful he can recover the losses so far quite quickly.
Quentin Franks Racing
Quentin makes a rare appearance at the bottom end of the table this month. We have no doubts whatsoever that this is a mere blip in his performance and further evidence that even the best tipsters will have the odd poor month. We have no worries at all here.
The Basketball Geek
The Basketball Geek has gone from the top spot to near the bottom in one month but this is just further proof that tipsters will ebb and flow. It’s important to have a long term view. He only lost 10pts but that was enough to see him in the bottom 3.
The bounceback we needed, after a fairly dismal January, was achieved in February with our tipsters collectively pulling in 107.56pts profit and no tipster having an outright disaster. That’s certainly more like it!
Below is a table outlining exactly how each tipster performed, ranked from highest to lowest ROI: