BetAdvisor Update 10/03/2014

Instead of just looking at yesterdays results, we’re going to have a quick run through the results from the weekend.

And what a weekend it was, despite some glorious weather (at least here at BetAdvisor HQ) our tipsters managed to stay at their desks long enough to pick up a nice chunk of profit and keep up this months good record.

In total we saw the tipsters pick up a profit of 1031 units over the last 3 days (Friday, Saturday & Sunday) with a yield of 10.73%.  That’s a level of return we’d all be happy to see long-term I’d wager.

In terms of individual tipsters performances, Simeone Tassini had the best return with 375 units of profit from his 5 tips.   James Tucker had the biggest individual win with his only selection over the last 3 days.  He backed Boughtforasong to win at Dundalk on Friday and although he only placed 40 units on it, he still won 320 units of profit when Boughtforasong crossed the finish line first.

Oscar West was busy with 22 selections over this weekend, he picked up 148.4 units of profit as he looked to continue his latest revival.

Jason Mills had a strong weekend as well, picking up 106.8 units of profit from his 5 bets.  The highlight being his prediction of a draw in the Norwich v Stoke game (he also gave away a winning free bet in one of our weekly videos with SBR).

Matt Walker had the biggest individual loss of any tipster, losing 560 units over the weekend.  It’s obviously a concern but Matt has proven tipster John Sillshimself to be an excellent long-term tipster and with Cheltenham coming up this week there will be plenty of opportunity for him to turn it around.

Each Monday we give out an unofficial Tipster of the Week award in our weekly tipsters newsletter (only available to our tipsters), this week John Sills picked up the award after a very strong run of tips last week.

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