About us | Meet the Team
Speciality Sport: Tennis
Bio: Ardeal came to us after we discovered his profit making exploits on another reputable Tipping site (Betting Kingdom). Ardeal started to offer Premium Picks in the summer of 2015 and quickly became one of our most prized assets. In 2015 alone he put up £5,080.75 in profit for our members despite only winning 43.75% of his bets. In 2016 we seen no slowdown in performance as he again put up very healthy numbers recording £6,055.55 which equated to a 12.5% ROI.
Ardeal has an unhealthy obsession with Tennis, thankfully for us that means he can smell value a mile away, with our tennis expert you’re in safe hands to make a profit year in year out.
Fun Fact: Ardeal has had 12 Bet365 accounts shut down for consistently beating them on Tennis.
Biggest Win: “£47,000 – It was a Tie-break bet between Isner and Zverev at around 3.5 (5/2), stakes were split across multiple accounts and bookies.”
Favourite players: Ivo Karlovic, Roger Federer, and Rajeev Ram
At the time of writing Ardeal is well on his way to recording his third profitable year on Tennis.
Specialty Sport: Football
Bio: Neil was one of the founding members of Bookie Insiders and brings with him his experience from working with some of Europe’s biggest Sportsbooks. Football has long been one of the toughest nuts to crack for bettors around the world, however, since 2013, he can boast a more than respectable ROI of 7.3% that covers 2658 total Tips. If had you followed each of his Tips with a £50 single stake strategy you would be £11,200 richer today.
Fun Fact: Upon turning 18 Neil executed his first ever (legal) bet which was a £2,000 trade on the almost unheard of Betfair exchange. He locked in a £600 profit that day.
Biggest Win: “€2,000 on Atletico Madrid to win La Liga in 14/15. I backed them at the start of the season at 40/1.”
Favorite Teams: Atletico Madrid, Real Betis, Juventus, and Dortmund
Neil’s Football Tips also come with an in-depth write up that include some very interesting stats on match-ups
- View all of his previous Premium Picks HERE
- Read a review of Neil’s service HERE
- Subscribe to Neil’s Football Tips HERE
Speciality Sport: UFC/MMA
Bio: Rob caught our eye in 2015 with his impressive analysis of UFC fights on Twitter. Rob has been obsessed with the fight game for over a decade which, coupled with his years of experience and knowledge of sports betting, has allowed him to make consistent profit betting on combat sports every year. Since joining us last year, Rob has posted the most impressive ROI amongst all the team (23%).
Fun Fact: Rob has an almost uncanny ability to call fights, but this isn’t down to luck. He has studied the fight game for years and watches hours of tape on every fighter on every event he bets on. As a great man once said “the harder I work, the luckier I get” – this certainly rings true for our MMA expert.
Biggest Win: “Holly Holm to beat Ronda Rousey at 10/1 + a live KO prop on Holm. I walked away with £4,200 after that fight.”
Favourite Fighters: Mike Tyson and Anderson Silva
As of 11/06/17, Rob has posted 199 Bets with a total profit of £5,200 profit for £50 bettors (+104 units) with a 23% ROI.
Speciality Sport: Golf
Bio: Ian has worked for three major betting firms as a Golf trader in the UK and Ireland and is currently a professional gambler who earns a living from betting. Ian built a Golf model from the ‘Top 20’ market with a sample size of over 3000 bets that has yielded an ROI of 35% over two years
Fun Fact: Ian has had over 200 accounts restricted or closed
Biggest win: Padraig Harrington at 81.0 to win the British Open in 2008. He was defending his title that year but a week before he “injured” his wrist. The market overreacted and he subsequently drifted massively in price on the exchanges. I had £200 win only to win £12000. There is a saying in Golf “Beware the injured Golfer”. A great piece of betting wisdom that I will certainly never forget!.
Favourite Golfer: The “Iceman” Henrik Stenson. He was rightly described as the “best player without a major” for many years until he won the 2016 British Open in superlative fashion.