Rocket science it’s not despite what the image to the Mathematician betting review might have you believe. Hugh experience + analytical ability = consistent performance through thick and thin. That is was members can expect from this UK horse racing advisory service.
Our experience of tipster services has not always been encouraging. Too good to be true sales pages, lack of knowledge and loosing money are things that punters relate to tipsters all to often. Too much of the importance of tipster services is given to writing persuasive and enticing sales pages.
This review of mathematician betting explains how it is different. First let’s see why mathematician betting is being reviewed.
Mathematician betting is run by Guy Ward a professional punter with huge experience. Guy uses a statistical approach to making betting predictions and follows a tried and testing handicapping system. The service is backed up by Mick who runs the admin side of the operation from Belfast. Guy should not be pinned as a tipster because Mathematician betting is a genuine betting advisory service, which has been reviewed by National newspapers in the past (Observer 2005) and given an betting Oscar in 2013 by Lay Back and Get Rich.
Guy’s selections are backed up by a annual profit / loss report sent out to all members. After years of referring visitors to Mathematician betting we know that most members tend to stick around an subscribe for years. It’s that kind of membership, very personal.
As the name suggests, Mathematician betting uses statistics and Guy’s knowledge of probability to select winning horse selections. One comment from a Mathematician betting subscriber really caught my eye. Here is a comment from D. King, Hants, UK in 2008.
“I have been with Mathematician Betting for about ten years now – virtually from the day the service started. I can’t remember an unprofitable year. But from a personal perspective profit has not been the most valuable part of the journey, rather, the detailed and intelligent information I have received virtually every day for the last decade. Why has this information been so valuable?
Quite simply, it has allowed me – through what I have learned from the service – to ‘go it alone’ and earn a living from my betting independently of anyone else – this has always been my ultimate goal but I could not have done it without Mathematician Betting.
The comments from that member really jumped out. This is the difference between Mathematician betting and other services. Mathematician betting explains every selection in detail which allows the average punter to pick things up easily.
Guy’s private service is accessible by subscription. Members get access to two types of selection ‘ Account Bets ‘ and ‘ Guy’s individual race selections ‘. Account bets are the tips produced by the rigorous handicapping system and often come with ‘Savers’ to hedge the bet. Often there are NO BET days because the system has not produced a selection. What guy may do is give you a in individual horse and race selection for your consideration.
What else is included in a Mathematician betting subscription?
- Regular bet analysis giving detailed race notes on several key races using trainer trends and race histories as important factors for determining horse selections.
- Positives and negatives are provided for each runner which is useful for people looking to use Mathematician betting as more than a tipster service. For instance, it is great for lay betting on exchanges, and betting exchange traders who need detailed information for making bookmaker books.
- The private message board allows members to view last minute bits of information about race courses, trainers and horses. As well as allowing members to get together and share ideas.
All the extra information provided is to help those who can follow Guy’s logic to find winners of their own, but, most people simply let Guy do all the hard work. Major race assessments are also provided, check here to the latest.
The newsletter is free and packed full of useful advice and performance proof. Anyone serious about betting on UK horse races should sign up for the newsletter.