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Fantastic 8’s Review – Why would anybody want to adopt a horse racing betting system that was deemed as being high risk? Fantastic 8’s would definitely fall in the high-risk category and yet we would recommend it to those of you that understand variance and bankroll management. Read on to discover why.
Fantastic 8’s is among the most-popular betting systems currently on the market. In this review, we will look at the following…
- Why Fantastic 8’s has gained such a great reputation
- What starting bank is required given their strike-rate
- The negatives of the service
- Interview with the Frankie, creator of Fantastic Eights
Here’s why Fantastic 8’s has gained such a great reputation.
Fantastic 8’s outshines almost all other rivals, when it comes to profitability. While their winners are less-frequent, this is more than made up for by the winning odds – often as high as 33/1 or more!
Since inception in March 2015, Fantastic 8’s has returned a profit of 2990.20 points to advised stakes. That means if you had backed all of their selections using £10 units to their advised stakes (advised stakes range from 1 to 5 unit bets), you would be over £29,000 ahead!
Look at the graph below to see how it is currently on a consistent upward curve.
Fantastic Eights has proven to be our most consistent and one of our most highly recommended tipsters over the past 12 months or so (along with Lucky 7 Naps and Quentin Frank’s Racing). You can see from our 12 month Pro Tipster portfolio experiment how much we made following Fantastic Eights plus 2 other tipsters for a full year here to £1o stakes.
What starting bank is required given their strike-rate?
A high one! Fantastic 8’s is not for the faint hearted. Their strike rate is only about 20% (one winner in 5). This means mathematically the worst losing run that you can expect is 30 races, when an extremely bad down-swing kicks in. A suggested bankroll of 93 units is the smart way to go if you are planning to bet using flat stakes. That means you will need £930.00, if you want to make £10 bets, right from day 1.
The negatives of the service
This service is not for the feint-hearted. The strike rate is low but the ROI is 25%. So if you hate losing runs or you tend to chase your losses, then this service is not for you. Only disciplined bettors with a solid understanding on bankroll management should sign up to this service. We also recommend a minimum of 3 months subscription to get the best out of this service.
Interview with Frankie, the man behind Fantastic Eights