fbpx
Skip to content Skip to footer

join our free 7-day trials!

Make Money From Our Free Tipster Trials!



On Live trial this week

Service Type : Tennis
Trial Type : 7 day live trial
Week Starting : 4th July
Website : https://bettinggods.com/
Cost : £20 first month then £37 per month
Service Offers : 30 Day Moneyback Guarantee

Trial Info :

The Rolling Aces is a tennis service run by Richie who will be focusing his attentions on the biggest tennis bonanza of the year as Wimbledon takes centre stage over the next 12 days. We have more British tennis players than ever before entering this year so more people will be watching to shout our boys & girls to victory.

We will give Richie the chance to show us what he can do over an extended period of 12 days starting from today. He's provided us with plenty of winning tips over the past few months so I'm really excited to see what he can give us over the whole Wimbledon period.

Did you know - Richie is one of the most consistent tipsters you will find with just two losing months since he started tipping on the Betting Gods platform last August. He's made his members £1,448.17 and got an ROI of 25%!

The Rolling Aces – Monday/Day 8

WTA Tennis (Budapest)
Kamilla Rakhimova v Gabriela Ruse (10:00, 11th July)
Set Handicap: Ruse -1.5 Sets
5.8pt @ 1.95 NordicBet, BetSafe, 1.94 Unibet, 1.91 Bwin, 1.90 Pinnacle, DafaBet, 1.88 Parimatch, BetFinal, 1.86 MarathonBet

 

How the bets works
The Rolling Aces utilize a rolling accumulator (aka ‘rolling acca’) staking system, with 1pt as the standard starting unit. If we win our first bet, then the entire return (1pt+profit) will be staked onto the bet two. If we win bet two, the entire stake plus profits will be again staked onto bet three, and so on until we reach our goal. Therefore, it’s known as a ‘rolling’ bet – because we continue to roll our profits onto the next bet. For our service, we will aim to turn 1pt into 20pts for each attempt (hence ×20 multiplier challenge). Normally it takes 4 or 5 winning bets in a row, to successfully complete.

Every time we successfully achieve our goal of multiplying our initial stake by ×20 (or whenever we fail), we start back at a 1pt stake again.

*Important: During the trial, If you happen to join midway through an attempt (particularly the 3rd, 4th, or 5th roll/level), you can either use the stakes at which they stand at the time of the bet, or if stakes have increased by too much, just start from lower stakes and use your winnings + starting stake towards the next bet.

The Rolling Aces – Tuesday/Day 2

ATP Tennis (Wimbledon)
David Goffin v Cam Norrie (14:30, 5th July)
Game Handicap: Norrie -3.5 Games
1pt @ 1.79 Unibet, 1.78 BetFinal, 1.77 MarathonBet, 1xBet, 1.76 GGBet, CoolBet, Parimatch

 

How the bets works
The Rolling Aces utilize a rolling accumulator (aka ‘rolling acca’) staking system, with 1pt as the standard starting unit. If we win our first bet, then the entire return (1pt+profit) will be staked onto the bet two. If we win bet two, the entire stake plus profits will be again staked onto bet three, and so on until we reach our goal. Therefore, it’s known as a ‘rolling’ bet – because we continue to roll our profits onto the next bet. For our service, we will aim to turn 1pt into 20pts for each attempt (hence ×20 multiplier challenge). Normally it takes 4 or 5 winning bets in a row, to successfully complete.

Every time we successfully achieve our goal of multiplying our initial stake by ×20 (or whenever we fail), we start back at a 1pt stake again.

*Important: During the trial, If you happen to join midway through an attempt (particularly the 3rd, 4th, or 5th roll/level), you can either use the stakes at which they stand at the time of the bet, or if stakes have increased by too much, just start from lower stakes and use your winnings + starting stake towards the next bet.

The Rolling Aces – Wednesday/Day 3

ATP Tennis (Wimbledon)
Taylor Fritz v Rafael Nadal
Game Handicap: Fritz +4.5 Games
1pt @ 1.77 GGBet, 1.75 Parimatch, 1.72 BetFinal, 1.70 MarathonBet, 1.68 1xBet, 1.66 Unibet, CoolBet

 

How the bets works
The Rolling Aces utilize a rolling accumulator (aka ‘rolling acca’) staking system, with 1pt as the standard starting unit. If we win our first bet, then the entire return (1pt+profit) will be staked onto the bet two. If we win bet two, the entire stake plus profits will be again staked onto bet three, and so on until we reach our goal. Therefore, it’s known as a ‘rolling’ bet – because we continue to roll our profits onto the next bet. For our service, we will aim to turn 1pt into 20pts for each attempt (hence ×20 multiplier challenge). Normally it takes 4 or 5 winning bets in a row, to successfully complete.

Every time we successfully achieve our goal of multiplying our initial stake by ×20 (or whenever we fail), we start back at a 1pt stake again.

*Important: During the trial, If you happen to join midway through an attempt (particularly the 3rd, 4th, or 5th roll/level), you can either use the stakes at which they stand at the time of the bet, or if stakes have increased by too much, just start from lower stakes and use your winnings + starting stake towards the next bet.

 

The Rolling Aces – Thursday/Day 4

ATP Tennis
Nick Kyrgios v Rafael Nadal (12:00, 8th July)
Nadal Win
1.75pt @ 2.38 MarathonBet, 2.36 1xBet, 2.31 Pinnacle, 2.30 Bet365, Bwin, William Hill

How the bets works
The Rolling Aces utilize a rolling accumulator (aka ‘rolling acca’) staking system, with 1pt as the standard starting unit. If we win our first bet, then the entire return (1pt+profit) will be staked onto the bet two. If we win bet two, the entire stake plus profits will be again staked onto bet three, and so on until we reach our goal. Therefore, it’s known as a ‘rolling’ bet – because we continue to roll our profits onto the next bet. For our service, we will aim to turn 1pt into 20pts for each attempt (hence ×20 multiplier challenge). Normally it takes 4 or 5 winning bets in a row, to successfully complete.

Every time we successfully achieve our goal of multiplying our initial stake by ×20 (or whenever we fail), we start back at a 1pt stake again.

*Important: During the trial, If you happen to join midway through an attempt (particularly the 3rd, 4th, or 5th roll/level), you can either use the stakes at which they stand at the time of the bet, or if stakes have increased by too much, just start from lower stakes and use your winnings + starting stake towards the next bet.

The Rolling Aces – Friday/Day 5

Today's match Kyrgios v Nadal was unfortunately cancelled after Rafa's withdrawal.

So we'll go this one instead:

ATP Tennis (Wimbledon)
Novak Djokovic v Cam Norrie (14:00, 8th July)
Game Handicap: Norrie +8.5 Games
1.75pt @ 1.81 Pinnacle, 1.79 Parimatch, 1.77 LasBet, 1.75 DitoBet, 1.74 BetFinal, 1.71 MarathonBet, 1xBet, 1.70 Unibet

How the bets works
The Rolling Aces utilize a rolling accumulator (aka ‘rolling acca’) staking system, with 1pt as the standard starting unit. If we win our first bet, then the entire return (1pt+profit) will be staked onto the bet two. If we win bet two, the entire stake plus profits will be again staked onto bet three, and so on until we reach our goal. Therefore, it’s known as a ‘rolling’ bet – because we continue to roll our profits onto the next bet. For our service, we will aim to turn 1pt into 20pts for each attempt (hence ×20 multiplier challenge). Normally it takes 4 or 5 winning bets in a row, to successfully complete.

Every time we successfully achieve our goal of multiplying our initial stake by ×20 (or whenever we fail), we start back at a 1pt stake again.

*Important: During the trial, If you happen to join midway through an attempt (particularly the 3rd, 4th, or 5th roll/level), you can either use the stakes at which they stand at the time of the bet, or if stakes have increased by too much, just start from lower stakes and use your winnings + starting stake towards the next bet.

 

 

The Rolling Aces- Saturday/Day 6

ATP Tennis

Novak Djokovic v Nick Kyrgios (14:00, 10th July)
Over 37.5 Games
3.13pt @ 1.85 BetFinal, 1.84 BoyleSports, 1.83 Bet365, 1.82 Parimatch, 1.80 CoolBet, 1.78 MarathonBet, 1.76 1xBet, 1.73 Unibet

 

How the bets works
The Rolling Aces utilize a rolling accumulator (aka ‘rolling acca’) staking system, with 1pt as the standard starting unit. If we win our first bet, then the entire return (1pt+profit) will be staked onto the bet two. If we win bet two, the entire stake plus profits will be again staked onto bet three, and so on until we reach our goal. Therefore, it’s known as a ‘rolling’ bet – because we continue to roll our profits onto the next bet. For our service, we will aim to turn 1pt into 20pts for each attempt (hence ×20 multiplier challenge). Normally it takes 4 or 5 winning bets in a row, to successfully complete.

Every time we successfully achieve our goal of multiplying our initial stake by ×20 (or whenever we fail), we start back at a 1pt stake again.

*Important: During the trial, If you happen to join midway through an attempt (particularly the 3rd, 4th, or 5th roll/level), you can either use the stakes at which they stand at the time of the bet, or if stakes have increased by too much, just start from lower stakes and use your winnings + starting stake towards the next bet.

The Rolling Aces – Sunday/Day 7

 

How the bets works
The Rolling Aces utilize a rolling accumulator (aka ‘rolling acca’) staking system, with 1pt as the standard starting unit. If we win our first bet, then the entire return (1pt+profit) will be staked onto the bet two. If we win bet two, the entire stake plus profits will be again staked onto bet three, and so on until we reach our goal. Therefore, it’s known as a ‘rolling’ bet – because we continue to roll our profits onto the next bet. For our service, we will aim to turn 1pt into 20pts for each attempt (hence ×20 multiplier challenge). Normally it takes 4 or 5 winning bets in a row, to successfully complete.

Every time we successfully achieve our goal of multiplying our initial stake by ×20 (or whenever we fail), we start back at a 1pt stake again.

*Important: During the trial, If you happen to join midway through an attempt (particularly the 3rd, 4th, or 5th roll/level), you can either use the stakes at which they stand at the time of the bet, or if stakes have increased by too much, just start from lower stakes and use your winnings + starting stake towards the next bet.

 

 

Live Trial Summary

Bets 3
Stake 3
Returns -3
Profit -3
ROI 

Top 3 trials (Total profit £10 per point)

Top 3 trials (Return on Investment)

Free Tipster Trials Frequently Asked Questions

The free tipster trials offer members and visitors of Tipsters Review the opportunity to try out subscription based betting services for free. Each week a new betting service will be put on live trial and will have their daily selections posted online and sent out to our free subscribers. This gives everyone the chance to see what it would be like to be a full-time member of a particular service without having to pay a fee.
This will depend on what time the tipster on trial that week sends their selections out. Each services has their own preference as to when they advise their daily tips and we post them online as soon as they are sent out. You can find out what time this weeks service will be sending out their selections in the introduction above.
No. All the trials are free and exclusive to us at Tipsters Review. Please feel free to fill out a signup form on the site to start receiving the tips to your inbox. Alternatively follow us on twitter @tipstersreview for updates as to when today’s free tips are online.
This will vary from week to week but we try to cover as many different sports as possible. In the past we have had horse racing tipsters, football tipsters, betting systems and more all taking part in the live trials. Due to popularity, horse racing tipsters are most frequently featured on the live trials but we do try to mix it up as much as possible.
At the end of each trial, an email will be sent with a full summary of the weeks results and a blog post will be featured on the website with full details of the completed trial. A further email will follow with information about the up and coming trial for the following week.
If you are the owner of a sports betting advisory service and would like to offer the Tipsters Review readers the chance to access all of your daily tips, please get in touch via the contact us form and one of the team will get back to you.
If you have a professional horse racing service that you would like to get listed for review, please fill out a contact form on our contact us page or send an email to: info@tipstersreview.co.uk..
A full record of how each service has performed during their trial period is kept on the blog and can also be found in the “all tipster trials” section above. You will also find a “top 3 live trials” section from which you will be able to discover what tipster has performed the best during their 7 days with us.
This Pop-up Is Included in the Theme
Best Choice for Creatives
Purchase Now