The weekend followed a similar pattern to the whole of last week, a total of 178.75 units of profit was made so whilst those aren’t numbers we’re going to be crowing about in the streets, a profit at any time is always welcome here at BetAdvisor.
It could have been a whole lot better though. Sunday was an expensive day for our tipsters as a loss of just over 700 units was experienced by the group. Without those losses we would be a lot further ahead this month than we are right now. We’re sitting on a total of 1006.65 units of profit in April alone and we’re only a week in so that’s a very pleasing result in itself.
Gabriel Vannier had the most profitable weekend with another 247.4 units of profit, his win-rate was under 50% but the odds he made his selections at more than made up for that. His performances just go to show that a tipster can recover from a losing run and re-establish themselves back on the site.
Chris Tomas will be looking at that and using it as inspiration for his own comeback. He’s been in great form since coming back from his extended break and with 813 units of profit made so far this month, he’s been extremely profitable for anyone who is following him.
Matt Walker bounec back from a rough March and picked up another 100 units of profit this weekend. Many of our horse racing tipsters have struggled recently but that seems to be turning as Aiden Monroe also picked up some winners, along with another 120 units of profit. Alfie Hazel also had a profitable weekend with another 220 units of profit added to his account. Alfie is another who has had his struggles in the past but has returned in fine form. A strong April will take him to four months of consecutive profit.
Andreas Kloft only made one selection this weekend but it won and he is on course to make it 8 winning months out of 8 (his last losing month was in August 2013!).
Jason Mills’ analysis on the Chelsea game was spot on, his advised dutched bet came in at 2.32. Stuarts selection of Both Teams To Score didn’t come off but that was his only losing bet this weekend as he correctly predicted over 3.5 goals in the Real Sociedad v Real Madrid game and BTTS in the Dortmund v Wolfsburg match. Jason also went with over 3.5 goals in the Liga match but missed out on his selection for over 3.5 goals in the Bundesliga clash. So both sets of advice got 2 out of 3 selections correct but Jason wins out by virtue of having better odds.
There will be more updates and more videos this week so keep checking on the blog to see what’s happening here at BetAdvisor HQ.