Lucky 7 Naps Review – We don’t often promote new horse racing tipsters on Everytip. Usually because we either do not know the person behind the service or we think they are misleading.
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However every tipster proofing website we see lately rates this service as the top performer, so we decided to investigate. It is called Lucky 7 Naps. In this review we hope to cover the following
- Why Lucky 7 Naps has gained such a great reputation
- What starting bank is required given their strike-rate
- The negatives of the service
- Real customer reviews
- Interview with the man behind Lucky 7 Naps
Why Lucky 7 Naps are making a big name for themselves?
Lucky 7 Naps has made 6431 points profit to advised stakes and prices using Best Odds Guaranteed Bookmakers since launch in February 2014. It seems quite staggering when you think about it. If you put £10 per unit stake advised, you would now have made £64,310 in clear profit (tax free as well!).
His staking advise ranges from 1 – 5 units per bet depending on how strong the selection is fancied. If you were to back all his selections to just 1 single unit, then you would see a profit of 1354 points (i.e. £13,540 to £10 stakes).
See the impressive graph below which charts the profit growth since the launched and started proofing results (since 1st February 2014) to Betfan, one of UK’s leading tipster networks.
The other great main positive about this service is the consistent strike rate in the low to mid 20s. This is mainly down to the fact that Michael, the creator of the service, only concentrates on races with 7 or less runners.
However we don’t mind how he consistently is able to get 23% strike rate as long as he continues to do so and we get on the advised prices!
So what type of betting bank is required?
By having a 23% strike rate, we know exactly that the longest losing-run should be no more than 31 races.
To stay on the safe side we like to use a betting bank 5 times the maximum losing run. Some people may think that is super-cautious, but this is how we can sleep easy at night – knowing that we can withstand a horrible run of results 5 times over!
Therefore you need a bank of 155 units. As this is win only betting service, you will use 1 unit per bet. If you are betting with £5 per unit, you will need a starting bank of £475 (if you cannot afford that, then just start with smaller bets).
Once your bank exceeds £775, you will divide the new higher bank by 95 and that will become your new unit stake per bet.
For example, if after day 1 of using the service, you make a small profit and reach a new bankroll figure of £800 then you divide the new bankroll by 155 to get £5.16 as the new betting stake.
If your bank then falls below £800, you will continue to bet £5.16 until the bank exceeds £800 and then increase your stake again by 1/115th of the new higher betting bank. It is important that you do not lower your betting stake, when you incur losses.
What are the main drawbacks of this service?
This service sounds too good to be true so what are the main drawbacks.
- The selections get sent out by email early in the morning and you must act reasonably quickly to get on at the advised prices.
- There are only 13 best odds guaranteed (BOG) bookmakers and some may eventually limit your bet sizing, when they work out that you are a winning punter. This will take some time though. Bookmakers know that most winning punters are just getting lucky and they want to win that money back!
Regarding point 1, we would recommend placing the bets before you go to work or latest before Midday. It only takes 10 minutes to do so. Even if you do not get on at the advised prices, you will still make money if you take the mid-morning shows.
If you are only going to place the bets 5 minutes before the off, then this service is not for you. You cannot make money backing at SP, with bookmakers.
The results of the Lucky 7 Naps service have been proofed by two independent tipster proofers, namely Raceadvisor and Betkudos.
Here are some real customer testimonials of the service. To be honest I have never seen testimonials this good for a tipping service.
Lucky 7 Naps Testimonials
Here are some further testimonials from 2014 & 2015 which shows you the true consistency of this tipping service
Interview with Michael, the creator of Lucky 7 Naps
How were you introduced to betting and when did you decide to take it seriously?
What do you think is the key ingredient to your success?
Can you remember some of the big mistakes you made in the past when you first started betting?
Do you specialize in specific races/race conditions. If so, can you explain why?
Why are you selling your tips if you can make money backing the horses yourself?
Do you think you need to be exceptionally talented to be successful at betting or can it be learned?
What’s the most rewarding thing about running your own tipping service?
How much work do you put into horse racing every day?
We know that one of the biggest problems with winning bettors is keeping your bookmaker accounts open. Any advice on how not to get your bookmaker accounts closed down?
Tell us a fun fact about yourself?