Welcome to our Banker Bets review, where you will see us put this football tipster service under the microscope for 90 days.  The selections are delivered to our inbox daily via email and available from the website membership area.  The Banker Bets review will see results recorded at advised stakes and £10 level stakes.

Banker Bets Quick Summary

Today, we are starting a three-month trial of the Banker Bets service, which they say offers consistently low-risk profit from worldwide football investment. John Baker, with an address in Arizona, USA, runs the service.

Payment is via Paypal, although there are alternative options available. There is also a 30-day no-quibble money-back guarantee.

In plenty of time, selections are sent out by email to place the bets with a complete and detailed explanation of why each has been chosen.

Bookmakers are also suggested for each one, but as I do not have accounts with all of them, I will stick mainly to the significant players, and odds should therefore be available to all.

I shall be placing one point on each selection. I will report back in December with the first month’s update.

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Results are updated here>> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1EEhSmaZXKOcl-VE1HypDrpY8FYbcAlEo6r9hrL6oDSs/edit?usp=sharing

Month 1 Update

I started this review of Banker Bets on 26th October, and these results go up until 25th November. The first thing worth reporting is that the emails are delivered precisely the same time each day, that's 4 am each morning, no earlier, no later.

Secondly, the odds for the selections are extremely low, with most hovering around 1/5 to 2/5 (that's 1.20 to 1.40 in European odds). As a rule, these odds don't fill me with great confidence because it only takes one loss to wipe out several wins. So let's delve into how the service has performed.

There were 23 selections, comprising fifteen winners, six losers and two pushes. The pushes were “draw no bet” bets where the match ended in a draw; therefore, the stake was returned.

The advised odds averaged out at 1.30 per bet. This included bookmakers that aren't available to UK customers; therefore, the actual available odds I found averaged out at 1.28 per bet, so a little less value is available for British and Irish punters.

All bets were either for a team to win or a team to win on a draw no-bet selection, making it a straightforward service to follow. No complicated staking plans.

A 100-point betting bank is used, and betting £10 per point (£1,000 bank) has seen the balance sit at £969.50 at the end of the first month, a loss of £30.50. Not a disaster.

You often receive two bets on the same day, so I did some analysis on whether betting those days as doubles would be any better, and it's a marginal improvement, taking the balance to £973.40 for a loss of £26.60.

Let's see what month two brings to this service.