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Imagine the fun and excitement enjoyed screaming home a 8/1, 3/1, 10/1 & 12/1 winner at the Cheltenham Festival. That’s what happened at the 2019 festival when Klassical Dream, Defi Du Seuil, Any Second Now & Ch’tibello all won!
Members also backed 9/1, 16/1, 12/1, 14/1, 16/1, 8/1, 14/1, 22/1 & 33/1 runners that hit the frame and returned a tidy profit.
That winning feeling when landing a big priced winner is super special and more so when winning large amounts of money from the bookies.
Alert! On British Champions Day Members backed winners King of Change at 12/1 & Escobar at 18/1 enjoying a special day.
BetAlchemist only advises selections at value prices so no favourites here. The prices of winners backed go from 4/1 right up to a 66/1!
Our record at the biggest festival of them all Cheltenham is excellent. This year we nailed 8/1, 3/1, 10/1 & 12/1 winners.
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Targeting the better class races on weekends and during festivals ensures that the prices advised are available to all members .
The prices do not dissappear in minutes like on mid week lower class racing. This is a professional run service for those that want to take their betting to a higher level.
Nicky backs all advised selections to high stakes so he is 100% on the punters side and aiming to make profits for us all.
We are in this together with the aim of making profits over time through hard graft form analysis & Patience.
A tipster is someone who regularly provides information (tips) on the likely outcomes of sporting events on internet sites or special betting places.
In the past tips were bartered for and traded but nowadays, thanks largely to the Internet and premium rate telephone lines, they are usually exchanged for money, and many tipsters operate websites. Some of them are free and some require subscription.
A tip in gambling is a bet suggested by a third party who is perceived to be more knowledgeable about that subject than the bookmaker who sets the initial odds. (A bookmaker will vary his odds according to the amount of money wagered, but has to start with a blank book and himself set an initial price to encourage betting.) Thus a tip is not even regarded by the tipster as a certainty but that the bookmaker has set a price too low (or too high) from what the true risk is: it is a form of financial derivative, since the tipster himself risks none of his own money but sells his expert knowledge to others to try to “beat the bookie”.
The Tipster must overcome the profit margin integrated into sports betting odds by bookmakers trading teams and then also obtain an additional edge to deliver profit over the long term.
Tipsters are sometimes insiders of a particular sport able to provide bettors with information not publicly available. There are other tipsters who provide equally respectable results through analysis of commonly accessible information.
Some tipsters use statistical based estimations about the outcome of a game, and compare this estimation with the bookmaker’s odds. If there is a gap between the estimate odds and the bookmakers odds, the tipster is said to identify “value”, and a person who bets on such odds when they perceive not a certainty but a “gap in the book” is said to be a “value bettor”. When value is found, the tipster is recommending the bettor to place a bet.
A tip that is considered to be a racing certainty, that is, almost completely certain to be true, is also called a nap and tipsters in newspapers will tend to indicate the “nap”.
In the past tipping was mostly associated with horse racing but can apply to any sport that has odds offered on it. The relaxed cultural attitude towards gambling in the UK is increasingly resulting in a gambling element being promoted alongside sport coverage in the media.