BetAdvisor Update 11/04/2014

Yesterday saw a number of really strong performances from the BetAdvisor tipsters.  With a total of 597 units of profit from the 12 active tipsters (over 26 tips) it was a good day all round.

Matt Walker was the biggest winner on the day and he updated his clients in his own daily update with this information:

Another solid day yesterday with two from four selections winning producing an okay profit on the day. Looking to build on that today if the right opportunities present themselves.

Back later,

Matt

Personally I think Matt played down yesterdays success as he won 300 units from those 4 selections, a very good return.

Next up was Dmitry Lebedev who shook off his recent rough run to make 4 winning selections and get his service into profit for the month.  Dmitry made a profit of 238.2 units yesterday overall.

Gabriel Vannier picked up 180 units of his profit from a single bet, proving it can be better to bet less often with better information. Gabriel needs another day like yesterday to get him into profit for the month and with just two tipsters in the tennis section now the pressure is on a lottle so we’ll see how he copes.

Chris Tomas picked up 85 units to keep him in pole position as Aprils biggest winner so far.  He’s now up to 1091 units for the month, just ahead of Matt Walker who has 1010.4 units.

Florin Groza picked up 69 units yesterday, taking his service into profit for the first time this month, it’s still early in the Baseball season so it’s good to see Florin back in the swing of things so quickly.

Joao Gomez picked up 68 units yesterday and is not very close to breaking even for the month.

Last but not least is our newest football tipster Boyan Chernykh who won his very first tip on BetAdvisor and picked up 18.4 units.  Boyan is still available at €49 for the first month but you only have until Sunday to purchase at that price.

Jason Mills wasn’t active yesterday but he did provide us with some information for this weeks videos with SBR.  We’ve put his analysis along with Stuarts selections in a seperate blog post.  Let us know what you think.

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