Profit accumulator review

Profit accumulator is a service that give punters a step by step guide to making risk free money from bookmakers. Each bet is kept relatively small and the initial starting money required is minimal.  Alternative betting systems like sports arbitrage betting often require a substantial investment to get going.  This is not the way profit accumulator works.  It uses bookmaker Betfair arbitrage, sometimes called bonus bagging, to produce a risk free income.

Only a small amount of money can be turned into thousands of pounds using profit accumulator following a simple process.  We have reviewed the profit accumulator service to help our readers decide if it is a service they would like to use to make a second income to pay for life’s luxuries, a holiday, a new car, or to pay for university.  I made over £1500 profit with this service, in the time spent reviewing it.  All that’s required is a small initial investment to secure the first bonus that can be used to secure the next bonus.  That’s how the profits accumulate.

This process of getting bonuses is something we have promoted at Let’s Compare Bets, and there are step by step instructions in our free ebook.  Something we do not do for our readers is check the bonus terms and conditions, or find the best events and matches to bet on.  That is how a service like profit accumulator is useful.

Before I continue with the review I should mention that the service is not available to US citisens, only those living in the UK, Ireland and some European countries can benefit.  Sorry guys.

What I liked about the service was that it explains the process of matched betting in full making it easy to understand for the layman. The instructional videos where very useful.

The profit accumulator service gives users the exact bets to place and how much to bet to guarantee risk free profits.  As far as the bookmakers are concerned this is totally under the radar.  Bets with the bookmaker can win or loose it doesn’t matter.  Betting account activity looks totally normal avoiding any account closures, which is something that arbitrage traders dread.  This system is also completely legal.

Profit Accumulator review

Profit accumulator reviewunratedPunter2015-03-02 13:05:35Profit accumulator is a service that give punters a step by step guide to making risk free money from bookmakers. Each bet is kept relatively small an…
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Cheltenham Festival preview: Cheltenham Gold Cup – March 13, 2015

The Cheltenham Gold Cup is rightfully regarded as one the most prestigious horse races in the world. This is the place where household names are born: champions such as Denman, Desert Orchid, Arkle and Kauto Star are known, not just to horse racing buffs, but to casual sports fans from all over the world.

A packed crowd of punters will hold their breath in anticipation before releasing a frenzied roar to mark the start of this exhilarating race, and millions of pounds will be wagered in the final build up to the race. So where should you put your money this year?

Let’s start with the favourite, the Paul Nicholls-trained Silviniaco Conti. This 9-year-old has plenty of credentials to back up his position in the market but despite winning his second King George VI Chase back in December, there are still doubts about his suitability at this distance. A current price of 7/2 (4.5) shows that there is plenty of confidence amongst punters but those looking for the right balance of form to value might not be convinced.

A horse that should like this trip is the Noel Meade-trained Road to Riches. This impressive looking eight-year-old bagged a Champion Chase and Lexus Chase double at the end of last year and is still available at a price of 9/1 (10.00) with most bookmakers.

Anyone who saw Many Clouds romp home to victory in the Hennessy Gold Cup last November might fancy backing the Oliver Sherwood-trained horse. The eight-year-old certainly has the stamina for this course while his jumping prowess has prompted talk of a Grand National entry. A further victory in the Betbright Cup at the Cheltenham trials put Many clouds firmly on the radar and he can currently be backed at 8/1 (9.00) across the board.

Lord Windermere will be back to defend his crown and at first glance, his recent form does not look convincing. However, despite losing to Road to Riches in the Lexus Chase, the 9-year-old has been trained by Jim Culloty specifically with this race in mind, and could pull off yet another surprise. If you fancy a repeat performance of last year, you can still get a very generous 14/1 (15.00) at several bookies.

Another horse that has got tongues wagging is Holywell. The Jonjo O’Neill-trained horse has previous form at the festival – with two wins to his name – but since his Mildmay Novices Chase victory under AP McCoy last April, his form has been patchy to say the least. However, he seems to be hitting his stride at just the right time and got back to winning ways under McCoy with victory in the Ivan Straker Memorial Chase at Kelso. He will be reunited with jockey Richie McLernon – who rode him to glory at the last two Cheltenham festivals – for his Gold Cup attempt. Holywell can be backed at 10/1 (11.00) with Bet365.

Cheltenham Festival preview: Cheltenham Gold Cup – March 13, 2015unratedNeil2015-03-01 12:07:58The Cheltenham Gold Cup is rightfully regarded as one the most prestigious horse races in the world. This is the place where household names are born:…
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RBS Six Nations Preview 2015 – Ireland vs. England

Ireland vs. England

Sunday 1 March, 3:00pm

Aviva Stadium

Undoubtedly the standout game of Round 3 is the top-two battle between Ireland and England at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. England will be looking to make it five wins in a row against their rivals from across the sea, but despite that four-year unbeaten run – recent contests have been incredibly tight. Last year’s encounter between the two resulted in a 13-10 win for England at Twickenham and with little separating them on form; the Irish will be hoping that home advantage can make all the difference this year.

Stuart Lancaster will be without Mike Brown, who is still suffering the effects of knock sustained in the Round 2 match against Italy. The Harlequins full-back will be replaced by Alex Goode of Saracens, who will have the tough task of filling the marauding role so well executed by Brown.

The England team will not be officially announced until Friday but it is also expected that Jonny May will be replaced by Exeter winger Jack Nowell. These should be the only tweaks to an England side looking to build on their current form in what could be the title deciding match. The visitors have the highest point’s tally of any team at the tournament but on Sunday they will be up against the Six Nation’s meanest defence.

Ireland v England

RBS Six Nations Preview 2015 – Ireland vs. EnglandunratedNeil2015-03-01 07:59:47Ireland vs. England

Sunday 1 March, 3:00pm

Aviva Stadium

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RBS Six Nations Preview 2015 – France vs. Wales

France vs. Wales

Saturday 28 February, 6:00pm

Stade de France

Both sides will be hoping to keep their championship hopes alive with victory in Paris on Saturday. France have defended well but struggled for points while Wales have scored and conceded heavily making this an intriguing contest.

Coach Philippe Saint-Andre will make a total of five changes for the clash against Wales. Pascal Pape has been banned for the rest of the tournament after he drove his knee into the back of Jamie Heaslip during the defeat to Ireland in the last round – he will be replaced in the lock position by Romain Taofifenua.

Centre Remy Lamerat has been brought in to take over from Mathieu Bastareaud who has been dropped to the bench, while Brice Dulin will take the place of full-back Scott Spedding who has been omitted from the squad altogether. Morgan Parra will fill the scrum-half position in place of the injured Rory Kockott.

Wales are fortunate to have comes out of the last round with no new injury worries and will be hoping to build on the positive aspects of their Murrayfield performance. A strong defensive display was let down by some lapses of concentration and poor decision making that Scotland failed to exploit. France may not be so generous in what should be a tight game on French soil.

This game could be decided from the boot and with Camille Lopez in fine form; the French will be looking to pounce on any kicking opportunities gifted to them by the Welsh. A disciplined and patient performance will be required from Warren Gatland’s men if they are to secure their second victory of the tournament. This one should be close but home advantage should push France over the line.

Prediction: France to win by 0-5 points.

RBS Six Nations Preview 2015 – France vs. WalesunratedNeil2015-02-26 04:54:19France vs. Wales

Saturday 28 February, 6:00pm

Stade de France

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RBS Six Nations Preview 2015 – Scotland vs. Italy

Scotland vs. Italy

Saturday 28 February, 14:30pm

BT Murrayfield

Scotland and Italy will both looking to record their first points of the 2015 Six Nations tournament in this bottom-of-the-table clash at Murrayfield. Home advantage should certainly help the Scots who only narrowly lost to Wales in the last round. A combination of wasteful possession and a steadfast opposition defence denied Vern Cotter’s team a first win over Wales in seven years. This followed an impressive but fruitless performance against France in Paris.

Italy may not be feeling quite as confident after amassing a minus 53 points difference in their opening two games against Ireland and England. However, they will feel that this match represents their best chance to add some respectability to their 2015 campaign.

Unfortunately, the Italians will have to cope without prop Martin Castrogiovanni after the forward was ruled with a facial injury caused by a dog bite. This will be a massive blow to Jacques Brunel’s team and should give Scotland’s pack even more of an advantage.

Castrogiovanni will be replaced by Dario Chistolini in a team that will feature a total of six changes. The most significant inclusions will be Michele Visentin and centre Enrico Bacchin who will both be making their international debuts.

Winger Visentin will replace Zebre teammate Leonardo Sarto while centre Bacchin will take the place of London Wasps counterpart Andrea Masi who has picked up an injury. Matias Aguero, Simone Favaro and Joshua Furno make up the remainder of a dozen changes to the stating XV with Mauro Bergamasco, Leonardo Sarto and Alberto De Marchi making way.

Scotland will be forced to make changes of their own after suffering from a string of injuries and suspensions. Finn Russell has been suspended following a reckless tackle on Dan Biggar in the match against Wales – a later appeal was rejected by the Six Nations committee. Richie Gray, Jon Welsh and Gordon Reid will also miss out after picking up injuries during the same game. As a result, Chris Cusiter Adam Ashe, Moray Low, Alex Allan and David Denton have all been added to the squad.

After struggling to find a way through the Welsh defensive line, the Scots should find the Italian’s slightly easier to break down. They will also look to improve their kicking point’s total in a game that they will be expected to win in front of their home crowd.

Prediction: Scotland to win by 10-15 points.

 

RBS Six Nations Preview 2015 – Scotland vs. ItalyunratedNeil2015-02-26 03:38:06Scotland vs. Italy

Saturday 28 February, 14:30pm

BT Murrayfield

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