Triple The Bank In Just Over Two Years

The weekend brought up a milestone for pro-punter Trevor Lawson

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Another weekend, another milestone. This week it’s Melbourne racing analyst Trevor Lawson, who brought up $30,000 profit since May 2016.

At The Track

Another winning day for NSW Winners members at Rosehill:

  • Common Purpose ($3.60) was too good in Race 3 to get things going
  • Danawi ($5) made members sweat but managed to get the decision in one of the closest photos you’ll ever see

One selection on Sunday finished 2nd, leaving the weekend’s profit at $390 as members continue to fill-up in Sydney.

A winning day in Melbourne as well, with Trev’s Bets and Melbourne Ratings members enjoying a Saturday at Moonee Valley:

  • Strike Force ($7.60) led all the way in a huge run to open the account
  • Theanswermyfriend ($2.90) was far too good in the last race of the day

$300 profit for Trev’s Bets and $230 profit for Melbourne Ratings as the latter ticked over the $30,000 profit milestone.

More success for Trial Spy members on Saturday as Sweet Rockette ($19) tipped out raging favourite Multaja ($1.60) in Race 3 at Moonee Valley for an instant winning day.

Just the one winner was enough for members to take away $375 profit on the day.

A small outlay day was a winning one out West, with Prying Tom ($4.20) getting the job done in Race 2 at Belmont for WA Winners members.

Super Swoop ($2.60) was the biggest bet of the day for Barby’s Bets members, and it saluted in Race 5 at Morphettville. However it was another morbidly frustrating day in South Australia.

Earlier, Counter Pulse ($15) looked to have poked through the middle and snatched victory in Race 3 but was denied by something out wide rocketing home in a very tight photo.. so tight the race caller called Counter Pulse home at first!

Inches from a winning day, but not to be.

After a ripping week for Key Bets members, a host of small bets on well-priced runners went close on Saturday, but without reward.

The toughest watches included Tisani Tormo ($26, 2nd, beaten 0.1 of a length), Pagan Image ($31, 3rd, beaten 0.25L), Lady Le Jean ($5, 2nd, beaten 0.3L) and Pushin’ Shapes ($41, 2nd, beaten 1L).

Another Demon ($2.70) was a good winner on Sunday to end the week on a high, with members taking just over $1,000 profit from Wednesday to Sunday.

At The Footy

A down weekend as the finals approach, with a host of bad beats across both codes rubbing salt into the wounds:

  • Wests Tigers (-4.5 and 13+) led 22-8 before allowing two late tries to the Cowboys
  • Souths (-4) looked dominant early, up 12-0, before capitulating in a 24-12 defeat to the Raiders
  • Clayton Oliver (under 29.5) found some cheap touches late to hit 30 in the dying moments of Melbourne’s big win
  • Tom Mitchell (over 32.5) forgot he was the most prolific ball winner in AFL history in a rare off night

All three Footy Finals memberships (AFL Tips, NRL Tips and AFL Specials) remain well ahead for the year of course, currently profiting $12,900 combined for the season.

With over a month of footy still to come, there will be plenty of opportunities to add to that total.

Risk-Free Punting

As you probably already gather, punting has a big element of risk attached. There is a way to punt and eliminate most of that risk, however.

The High Low is simply a punting juggernaut, and come Friday night it will have recorded a 19th winning month in a row.

That will take the overall record to 32 winning months from 34 since launch for a whopping $81,500 profit.

There is simply no beating the High Low for long-term profitability and success.