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Information from Not Another Tipster Main Lay about their service
Not Another Tipster has been proofing to Racing Index since 2008.
We introduced our Main Lays in late 2009 and went live with them on 1st Feb 2010.
Subscriptions are £20 per month & instead of running free trials for a limited period we pick one of selections to put up on our free service each day. This way you can test us out for as long as you want.
Note on proofing:
Racing Index defaults to a flat liability per selection (ie variable profit). We use a flat stake (ie variable liability). To see these results click on the Advised Stakes link below.
|Total for 2013||328||78.0||328.0||-7.17|
|Total for 2012||772||80.4||772.0||-16.22|
|Total for 2011||1093||83.9||1,093.0||3.79|
|Total for 2010||903||81.3||903.0||-4.70|
|Total for 2009||75||88.0||75.0||4.94|
Bets = Number of selections provided
SR% = Percentage Success Rate. i.e. number of profitable selections / number of selections
Staked = Total amount risked on selections, based on amounts entered by the tipster (e.g. a 10 point bet placed at odds of 4/1 would be a stake of 40 points as that is the amount you'd lose if the selection won the race).
Profit = Total points profit/loss. For 2008 onwards Betfair Starting Prices are used. For years prior to that, odds of 15% above SP are used. The figures assume a commission rate of 5% on all winning bets. This is an upper amount and will reduce the more bets you place with Betfair. You can see the effect of varying the assumed commission % by looking at the Full Proofed Results (see link above).
* Services can be classed as linked for a number of reasons. It can be selections are provided from the same web site, or a different web site registered to the same person. Sometimes it's because more than one service is proofed by a web company that provide white lable tipster sites. Linked services may still be proofing selections or maybe a previous service that no longer actively proofs.