Betting better to win more - is what RewardBet was designed to do, but there's no better proof than straight from a punter's mouth ...
And it's even better when a 78YO can do it!
Here's how 'camter' (his nickname) did it in his own words on the 2017 Melbourne Cup:
"I joined up with RewardBet a few weeks ago after giving it due consideration for a few years. LOL.
I studied all of the Tutorial Videos, and had a few dry runs just to get the feel of it, and got Greg’s free interview late last week (as offered to all new customers).
He was extremely helpful, to say the least, (ringing me at 9 pm on a Friday night) including helping set me up with Luxbet, and answered my queries very well, and suggested I actually have a punt with $40 bets at the various Reward Levels.
I got off to a very good start, by sheer luck, as I did no form whatsoever.
That made me a bit cocky, so I tried a few bets on Saturday and lost my earlier winnings, plus a bit!
So, I went and got myself some reliable ratings, which cost me about $2 a day, and started plugging the recommended prices into RewardBet using the 'edit prices' feature.
Things definitely improved!
So, I was armed for the Big Race, The Melbourne Cup.
I had three large carefully selected RewardBets, one each in Bronze, Gold and Diamond, which I spent about 2 hours on, analysing prices, and stakes.
It paid off, and I had $7.05 on the Trifecta on the Diamond Bet, and a number of successful Win, Quinella and Exactas across in the Gold and Bronze, which would have easily alone given a tidy return for my outlay.
The big one came from including Max Dynamite in the Trifecta, which I thought was an excellent place bet to complement two very solid Win Chances, Rekindling and Johannes Vermeer, and three other value $20-30 shots, one of which was 4th.
Wot! Why didn’t Greg include First Fours in his package? Only kidding, folks, the outlay on them would be astronomic, and your bets would not get on so quick, and the drop option would probably clog up the works.
1. You can get your bets on very fast with RewardBet, which is very good if you follow my next point.
2. Luck is very good, but it does pay to follow the first rule of punting, which is to actually look for bets which are paying over the odds.
3. The way to do that is to find a reputable price source, which I did.
1. We supply FREE sources of ratings every day on our site. These are an excellent starting point for RewardBet.
2. You don't need to use the edit prices feature link Camter did, although this is the most professional way. As long as you can hit winners, RewardBet will benefit you.
3. If you've joined RewardBet and NOT used it - don't miss another day. Look at the results that can be achieved with solid selections.