Profit Accumulators

Published: 09/09/2015

 

As the name suggests, EachWayAccas is all about winning big through accumulator-style bets. Their approach has paid of spectacularly in the past, as regular readers of this bulletin will know. Since joining Toptipsters, their record has been impressive, with big monthly profits in April, May, June and July. And, although it’s still early days, September looks to be heading in the same direction. These profits, of course, relate to single bets, but the yield for subscribers who followed the suggested staking plan in trebles, four-folds and other accumulator bets, passed £7,000 in July for just a £1 per point stake.

            The results from 8 September make pleasing reading with eight selections yielding four winners (7/1, 11/2, 9/2 and 5/1) while other winners in the first week of the month have come in at 10/1, 8/1, 8/1, 5/1 and 5/1. It all adds up to a 438.58 point profit and commanding lead in the overall table.

            The accumulator concept is proving popular – and successful – as the second placed Toptipster is Super31, a service that aims to find five selections to back in lucky 31 bets (which are made up of five singles, 10 doubles, 10 trebles, five four-timers and a five horse accumulator). As anyone who has dabbled will now, these bets are fiendishly difficult, and as a consequence, they are welcomed by avaricious bookies. But, as Super31 have demonstrated, they can be a source of profit. This is highlighted by the return on 6 September when three out of five selections triumphed. A £1 per point lucky 31 bet (total stake £31) would have yielded a profit of more than £150. A strike-rate of 28% has helped push Lucky31’s profit up to 76 points during a successful first two months with Toptipsters.

            Pace2Win, who have posted profits in seven out of nine months, sit in third place in the table ahead of Peter James with two new services Xanadu Racing and Colwyn Racing occupying fifth and sixth places.