A closer look at: Master Racing Tipster

In these articles I’ll try to explain a little deeper the good and the bad about the tipsters I follow, why it’s the portfolio and how I think about keeping them in the future.

Master Racing Tipster

First off is Master Racing Tipster, part of the Betting Gods network.

This service has been part of my portfolio since September 2015 and has during this time become one of the cornerstones in it. Apart from a losing streak during last spring it’s been easy going all the way.

It took a while for me to figure out how to maximize the results from his tips and the info that comes with them, which probably has affected the profits that could have been bigger. Now I feel very confident in how to use the information, though. I won’t go into details here, as you probably need to figure out a strategy that works for yourself, but it’s no rocket science.

Over this period of time, he has delivered a healthy ROI of +8,37% from no less than 839 bets. The strike rate has been 26,1% and the average odds for all those bets are 5,28.

The 221,67 units of profit gives us a ROC (Return on Capital) of +148% based on the 150 units bank I have dedicated for this tipster.All in all, these are numbers that I’m very satisfied with, but they could – and maybe should – be even better if I’d know the upsides and downsides from the start. But that’s how things work and why it’s fundamentally important to keep the long-term view.

First, it takes time to actually know if the tipster’s any good. Then, it takes time to maximize the profits by adjusting stakes, timing and other practicalities. This often why Bettin.gs is such an invaluable tool for me. It lets me analyze odds intervals and trends and compare the progress to other services.

The good

The results speak for themselves really. An ROI of over +8% based on that number of bets makes it a service with a proven value and I’m planning to keep this service for a long time forward.

The service is very reliable and consistent, with emails being sent and structured at the same way at more or less the same time every day.


The tips come via email every night before the race, which means you do need to have your strategy clear if you plan to keep your bookie accounts unrestricted. Myself, I’m using exchanges only and it’s not always that easy to get on the advices odds, but I’ve found a way that works for me.

If you do manage to get the price advised, the returns will be quite a bit higher. Following the adviced odds would mean an ROI of over +30% according to the official stats (all historic bets and results are available to the public).


  • Extremely reliable service
  • Great results
  • Might not always get on the odds advised
  • Easy to follow
  • Absolutely part of my portfolio for a long time to come

More details and officiell information is available at Betting Gods.

Another detailed review is now also available at Tipster.Reviews.

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