2015 - THE YEAR OF THE ACCA

Published: 10/01/2016

 

What a difference a year can make! At the start of 2015, Each Way Accas was languishing near the foot of the Toptipsters table. Whilst the service offered plenty of potential, the results were just not working in their favour. Fast forward twelve months and the same service sits at the head of the table, and would need binoculars to locate the chasing pack! 

2015 was indeed the year that the potential was realised; at the close of business on 31 December, the profit for the year stood at a massive 766.74 points. This, of course, relates to single bets, but the raison d'etre of this service is win big from accumulator bets. And, as you can discover from Each Way Accas tipster page on this site, they again delivered. 

The return for May was an earth-shattering 394.60 points.  A total of 250 individual selections were given during the course of that month. The win-strike-rate was less than 11%, hardly the stuff of dreams you might think, but, crucially,  14 of those winners were 10/1 or above including two 20/1 stunners, one at 22/1 and one at 25/1 - Alpha Tauri (Southwell, 18 May).  

Each Way Accas also scored heavy gains in July (196.30 points), October (257.05) and December (107.97 points), while January has already produced a number of big wins. By 8 January, the month's profit stood at 185.75 points. 

Racing Bulletin finished 2015 with a 149.15 point profit, with big profits coming in April (101.61) and May (162.01). Strike-rates during this two month period were around the 35% mark, and that figure has increased to 50% in the early exchanges of 2016. 

Peter James has made steady progress since joining Toptipsters in July, posting profits in four out of six months. It's a similar story with Home Straight – profitable months in November and December, while Iknowtheloser Premium and Xanadu Racing have both made impressive starts to the New Year. Colwyn Racing boast a 56.25% strike-rate for 2016, while Iknowtheloser Premium are already 24 points up for the year with an impressive 47% strike-rate.