Another month gone already, just a single one left in 2016. The call of the King George is beckoning so it’s time to look back at November and the toughest month of the year since we started these reviews. The end of the flat, the softening of the ground and the chilling of the temperatures have made it a difficult month. Despite all that we are pleased to report another overall profit.
NAP + £138.48
Doubles + £319.40
Early + £40.50
Lucky 15 £45.64
Acca + £3.54
14 winners for the NAP of the day in November for a tidy profit. Never tipped up at odds on, a near 50% strike rate was an excellent return on the day’s best bet. After some disappointing few months, it’s back to back with a NAP profit now, we are looking to make it a three to end 2016.
Not able to repeat the heroics of October when the profit on doubles was £1,196 but still an excellent return for followers. Nine doubles yielding a profit in November with the pick of them on the 24th with a £360 double smashed! A profit four months from the last five now on doubles for an in form bet.
A 10/1 winner on the 24th was the highlight of the month for the Early Tip. That’s a fifth month of profit in the last six for the bet which always goes up the night before in a bid to get the best possible value for followers.
8 months from the last 9 have now seen profit on the Lucky 15. While the profit was not massive, there were 9 tips during November that were profitable and the run of good form on the bet continues.
This is now six months in a row that we have made a profit on the Win Accumulator bet. While there were only two winners over the month, it was very much a case of what could have been. We missed by one selection on both the 1st and 3rd before a £214 winner as part of a Saturday of booms. We would go on to miss a further eight accumulator’s by a single selection in a month where with more luck, we could have been celebrating a record.
Mega Acca – £130
Singles – £381.17
Another month of the Mega Acca and it’s starting to become the biggest frustration that we have. Another five missed by just the one selection in November. We only need the one to land to smash profit out of the park and with Christmas coming up and presents to be bought for nearest and dearest, there would be no better time to land one than December.
What a frustrating month November was for the daily singles. The previous six months had never failed to yield less that £543 profit for a total profit of £4,867 across the six. The evening racing on the all weather yielded a profit of £230 but the afternoon racing, primarily the jumps action was tough going. Overall still a massive profit from the seven months since we started to track the singles but a noticeably disappointing start to the jumps.
A profit to end November but nothing close to what we had been producing in previous months. £978 in June, £1,012 in July, £1,173 in August, £1,011 in September and £2,270 in October, November was unable to live up to expectations. It is the sign of a good football team that they can still get a result despite not playing well and in November, we made a profit at myracing.com despite having a very difficult month overall.