I’ve been fascinated by sports and numbers since I was a kid and been betting on games as long as I’ve legally could. A couple of years ago, as I was increasing the stakes and wanting to take this interest to the next level, I realized I did not really know how good I was. I hadn’t kept track of any of the bets and could only measure my performance by gut feeling, which obviously is a very bad way of dealing with money.
I also realized there were no good ways to track bets unless you set up your own Excel file, which would be fine, but not more than just “fine”. All the services I found were either unreliable of so porly designed I simply refused to even try, so I decided to build a the service I was missing myself, and started Bettin.gs.
Using Bettin.gs I started following up on my own bets as well as trying to evaluate other tipsters and services that claim to be good and kept record of those services.
In April 2015 I “officially” started my own portfolio with the tipsters I found reliable and probable winners to keep in a porfolio and it’s that portfolio that I’m running here. I’m using Bettin.gs to keep track of the progress and the plan is to make weekly and monthly reviews of it, primarily for myself, but I’m sure many others are keen to know how it goes and share ideas as well.
You can see what tipsters are currently included at the Portfolio page.