Sunday, 22 February 2015

Adding Up The Overrule


Since The Overrule's inception in 2008 through syndication here's a breakdown of the numbers and profits subscribers have tasted. The Overrule took a year off in 2012 and returned in 2013 free of syndication to the place we are today tailored to the needs of individual subscribers.

In total from inception up to and including last week's results against multiple outs.

Bets: 759
Stake: 1910.00 points
Profit: +208.13 points
Return on Investment (ROI): 10.89%

Generally a ROI of 5% over a season in tennis is considered a desirable return but The Overrule is returning over double that return over a number of years with consistency each year. A £100 per point bettor (average stake has been 2.52 points or £252) has profited to the tune of £20,813 since The Overrule's inception.

Since 2013 The Overrule has also been tracking and advising selections with Pinnacle users in mind for those bettors who have been restricted at traditional bookmakers for past success. During that time here are the numbers on how The Overrule has fared on match-bets against Pinnacle since the 2013 season up to and including last week's results.

Bets: 209
Stake: 447.50 points
Profit: +33.31 points
ROI: 7.44%

A £100 per point bettor has profited to the tune of £3331 on match-bets alone against Pinnacle using The Overrule's selections since the start of 2013 (average stake has been 2.14 points or £214).

The Overrule's next event will be ATP/WTA Indian Wells.

To join The Overrule for the 2015 season get in touch at theoverrule@gmail.com for further information.

Saturday, 21 February 2015

Dubai Overview


How The Overrule fared during Dubai against multiple outs at the time of advised selections as well as against Pinnacle.

Against multiple outs.



Dubai performance - Stake: 6.50 Profit/Loss: +2.62 ROI: 40.31%

Season performance - Stake: 42.50 Profit/Loss: +8.56 ROI: 20.14%

Against Pinnacle.



Dubai performance - Stake: 5.50 Profit/Loss: +3.72 ROI: 67.64%

Season performance - Stake: 35.50 Profit/Loss: +7.83 ROI: 22.06%

The Overrule's next tournament will be ATP/WTA Indian Wells.

For details on how to join The Overrule for the 2015 season e-mail theoverrule@gmail.com

Monday, 9 February 2015

Adding Up The Overrule


Since The Overrule's inception in 2008 through syndication here's a breakdown of the numbers and profits subscribers have tasted. The Overrule took a year off in 2012 and returned in 2013 free of syndication to the place we are today tailored to the needs of individual subscribers.

In total from inception up to and including last week's results against multiple outs.

Bets: 754
Stake: 1903.50 points
Profit: +205.51 points
Return on Investment (ROI): 10.79%

Generally a ROI of 5% over a season in tennis is considered a desirable return but The Overrule is returning over double that return over a number of years with consistency each year. A £100 per point bettor (average stake has been 2.52 points or £252) has profited to the tune of £20,551 since The Overrule's inception.

Since 2013 The Overrule has also been tracking and advising selections with Pinnacle users in mind for those bettors who have been restricted at traditional bookmakers for past success. During that time here are the numbers on how The Overrule has fared on match-bets against Pinnacle since the 2013 season up to and including last week's results.

Bets: 205
Stake: 442.00 points
Profit: +29.59 points
ROI: 6.69%

A £100 per point bettor has profited to the tune of £2959 on match-bets alone against Pinnacle using The Overrule's selections since the start of 2013 (average stake has been 2.16 points or £216).

The Overrule's next event will be WTA Dubai.

To join The Overrule for the 2015 season get in touch at theoverrule@gmail.com for further information.

Sunday, 1 February 2015

Australian Open Overview


How The Overrule fared during the Australian Open against multiple outs at the time of advised selections as well as against Pinnacle.

Against multiple outs.



Australian Open performance - Stake: 36.00 Profit/Loss: +5.94 ROI: 16.50%

Season performance - Stake: 36.00 Profit/Loss: +5.94 ROI: 16.50%

Against Pinnacle.



Australian Open performance - Stake: 30.00 Profit/Loss: +4.11 ROI: 13.70%

Season performance - Stake: 30.00 Profit/Loss: +4.11 ROI: 13.70%

The Overrule's next tournament will be WTA Dubai. 

For details on how to join The Overrule for the 2015 season e-mail theoverrule@gmail.com

Sunday, 11 January 2015

The Overrule in 2015


The Overrule is a tennis betting service tailored to the needs of individual subscribers covering 22 tournaments at ATP, WTA, and Grand Slam level. The aim of The Overrule is to provide subscribers value where it concerns pre-match match betting and outrights/specials as well input into matches that have the potential to offer in-play trade flexibility. The Overrule caters to multiple out bettors (bettors who have access to a variety of bookmakers) and Pinnacle bettors (bettors who primarily place the majority of their selections through Pinnacle due to being restricted with other bookmakers). 

Last season across 139 applicable match-bet selections The Overrule beat the Pinnacle close 60.43% of the time and by 10 ticks or more 38.85% of the time. Since the start of the 2013 season (when The Overrule began to track against Pinnacle) a £100 per point/unit bettor has profited to the tune of £2548 on match-bets across 189 selections with a ROI of 6.18%. 

Since inception in 2008 The Overrule's record for multiple out bettors reads;

Bets: 735
Stake: 1867.50 points
Profit: +199.57 points (£19,957 profit for a £100 per point bettor)
ROI: 10.69%

The Overrule considers a good season to be a 3-5% ROI and is returning over double that lifetime. 

How much does the service cost and when can I join?

New subscribers are able to purchase the entire 2015 season for £312 (includes service charge). 

There are two opportunities to join The Overrule; either for the full season beginning with the Australian Open or at the mid-point in the week leading up to the French Open.

Mid-season subscriptions can be purchased for £208 (includes service charge) between May 18th - May 24th.

What is the payment method?

The payment method is via Pay Pal.   

Which 22 tournaments are being covered for the 2015 season?

The Overrule will cover 11 events each for both the men and women. Encompassing 4 Grand Slams and 7 Masters events for the men and 4 Grand Slams and 7 Premier events for the women. The exact make-up of the schedule is as follows;

Men

Jan 19 - Australian Open
Mar 9 - Indian Wells 
Mar 23 - Miami
Apr 13 - Monte Carlo
May 4 - Madrid 
May 11 - Rome
May 25 - French Open
Jun 29 - Wimbledon
Aug 10 - Montreal
Aug 17 - Cincinnati
Aug 31 - US Open

Women

Jan 19 - Australian Open
Feb 16 - Dubai
Mar 9 - Indian Wells 
Mar 23 - Miami
May 4 - Madrid
May 11 - Rome
May 25 - French Open
Jun 29 - Wimbledon
Aug 10 - Toronto
Aug 17 - Cincinnati
Aug 31 - US Open 

How many selections are likely to be advised over the season?

The Overrule would anticipate between 160-220 selections over the course of the entire season across the 22 tournaments.

What is the staking plan?

The Overrule will be advising stakes between 0.5 to a maximum of 3 points. Most selections tend to be 1 or 2 point selections. 

Where it concerns outright each-way selections the maximum advised would be 1.5 points each-way for a total outlay of 3 points. 

For a £100 per point bettor this means the maximum stake any selection would carry is £300.  

Due to the inconsistent nature of Pinnacle's outright tennis offerings The Overrule will no longer be documenting/advising selections against the Pinnacle outright market. However, selections will still be advised against other books and the corresponding value price to allow Pinnacle users to back those outrights at their own discretion if the opportunity allows them to do so. If a time comes where Pinnacle offer outrights for tennis consistently before tournaments begin along with each-way opportunities then The Overrule will be happy to advise such selections in future seasons. 

Which books are being used to quote prices? 

Bet 365, Sky Bet, Boylesports, Betfred, Sportingbet, Bet Victor, Paddy Power, Pinnacle, Stan James, 888 Sport, Ladbrokes, Coral, William Hill, Winner, BWIN, and Betfair Sportsbook (not the exchanges). 

The Overrule always advises the price at which a selection is worthy of value to enable subscribers to avoid backing selections that may have shortened too much by the time they were able to get on. Selection e-mails contain the selection, followed by the best available price for multiple outs, followed by the best available price at Pinnacle, followed by the price at which the selection is worthy of value to us. 

The Overrule does not quote prices available on exchanges. 

How do I receive the selections and write-ups?

Selections and write-ups are sent via e-mail only. It is preferable to use a gmail account to receive e-mails. Write-ups are sent around 30-60 minutes following selection e-mails. 

Will I receive notice as to when to expect a selection?

Yes. Release warnings are sent out 5 (five) minutes prior to selection e-mails being sent. Release warnings are sent via e-mail and posted on The Overrule twitter account.

At the start of each tournament week a 3 hour time slot is set out to expect releases. No releases will be sent outside of that time slot. On days where no selections are to be advised during tournaments an e-mail is sent to declare that there are no selections to add. This no-selection e-mail is generally sent towards the end of the 3 hour time slot in case any market movement develops before the end that will allow us an opportunity to enter the market. 

The Overrule has subscribers from multiple continents and the 3 hour time slot is set to try as best as possible to appease all subscribers. 

What should I expect in terms of content?

During write-ups The Overrule attempts to provide clarity on pricing, market movement, background, match-up, form, and injury. As well as write-ups following each selection The Overrule also takes a long term view at outright Grand Slam markets with overviews of the market well ahead of time. This is done to allow subscribers opportunity to potentially set up healthy Grand Slam market books by the time those events come around.

Samples available on request.

Do you offer a money back guarantee?

Yes. The Overrule offers a pro-rated money back guarantee for full season subscribers. If, for any reason, you wish to end your subscription you simply contact The Overrule by May 1st to request your subscription be cancelled at the mid-point of the season. Your subscription will run until the end of Rome and 50% of your season subscription will be returned via Pay Pal on May 25th. 

I believe this is the service for me, what's the next step?

Contact The Overrule at theoverrule@gmail.com to reserve your spot on the subscription list and to obtain payment information. 

If you have any further queries or questions, get in touch. 

Monday, 5 January 2015

Ranking Quotes


Each year The Overrule advises on season end ranking quotes with a 5-0 record across 2013 and 2014 on Mona Barthel, Eugenie Bouchard, Tomas Berdych, Sara Errani, and Garbine Muguruza. For 2015 these were the ranking quotes advised to subscribers prior to the start of the new season.


To join The Overrule in time for the official season start ahead of the Australian Open e-mail theoverrule@gmail.com for service details.

Monday, 24 November 2014

How Often Does The Overrule Beat The Pinnacle Close?


Below is a full breakdown of how often The Overrule beat the Pinnacle close in 2014 on match-bets at the time of advised selections.

Across 139 applicable selections The Overrule beat the Pinnacle close 84 times (60.43% of the time). On 54 occasions The Overrule beat the Pinnacle close by 10 or more ticks (38.85% of the time). Across all 2014 match-bet selections The Overrule staked 290.00 points at an average price of 2.12 with an end profit of +4.63 points.

Since The Overrule has been advising selections on match-bets specifically for Pinnacle users across 2013 and 2014 the numbers are as follows;

Bets: 189
Stake: 412.00 points
Profit: +25.48 points
ROI: 6.18%

A £100 per point better has profited to the tune of £2548 on match-bets alone against Pinnacle using The Overrule's selections since the start of the 2013 season (average stake has been 2.18 points or £218).


For details on how to join The Overrule for the 2015 season contact theoverrule@gmail.com

Sunday, 23 November 2014

Adding Up The Overrule


Since The Overrule's inception 6 years ago through syndication here's a breakdown of the numbers and profits subscribers have tasted. The Overrule took a year off in 2012 and returned in 2013 free of syndication to the place we are today tailored to the needs of individual subscribers.

In total from inception up to and including last week's results against multiple outs.

Bets: 735
Stake: 1867.50 points
Profit: +199.57 points
Return on Investment (ROI): 10.69%

Generally a ROI of 5% over a season in tennis is considered a desirable return but The Overrule is returning over double that return over a number of years with consistency each year. A £100 per point bettor (average stake has been 2.54 points or £254) has profited to the tune of £19,957 since The Overrule's inception.

Since 2013 The Overrule has also been tracking and advising selections with Pinnacle users in mind for those bettors who have been restricted at traditional bookmakers for past success. During that time here are the numbers on how The Overrule has fared on match-bets against Pinnacle since the 2013 season up to and including last week's results.

Bets 189
Stake 412.00 points
Profit: +25.48 points
ROI: 6.18%

A £100 per point bettor has profited to the tune of £2548 on match-bets alone against Pinnacle using The Overrule's selections since the start of 2013 (average stake has been 2.18 points or £218).

How The Overrule performed in 2014 against multiple outs and Pinnacle.

For full details of how The Overrule performed in 2013, check out the season review.

To join The Overrule for the 2015 season get in touch at theoverrule@gmail.com for further information.

Davis Cup Overview


How The Overrule fared during Davis Cup against multiple outs at the time of advised selections as well as against Pinnacle.

Against multiple outs.



Weekly performance - Stake: 2.00 Profit/Loss: +1.60 ROI: 80.00%

Season performance - Stake: 353.50 Profit/Loss: +11.01 ROI: 3.11%

Against Pinnacle.



Weekly performance - Stake: 2.00 Profit/Loss: +1.58 ROI: 79.00%

Season performance - Stake: 307.25 Profit/Loss: -8.40 ROI: -2.73%

For details on how to join The Overrule for the 2015 season e-mail theoverrule@gmail.com

Sunday, 16 November 2014

Adding Up The Overrule


Since The Overrule's inception 6 years ago through syndication here's a breakdown of the numbers and profits subscribers have tasted. The Overrule took a year off in 2012 and returned in 2013 free of syndication to the place we are today tailored to the needs of individual subscribers.

In total from inception up to and including last week's results against multiple outs.

Bets: 734
Stake: 1865.50 points
Profit: +197.97 points
Return on Investment (ROI): 10.61%

Generally a ROI of 5% over a season in tennis is considered a desirable return but The Overrule is returning over double that return over a number of years with consistency each year. A £100 per point bettor (average stake has been 2.54 points or £254) has profited to the tune of £19,797 since The Overrule's inception.

Since 2013 The Overrule has also been tracking and advising selections with Pinnacle users in mind for those bettors who have been restricted at traditional bookmakers for past success. During that time here are the numbers on how The Overrule has fared on match-bets against Pinnacle since the 2013 season up to and including last week's results.

Bets 188
Stake 410.00 points
Profit: +23.90 points
ROI: 5.83%

A £100 per point bettor has profited to the tune of £2390 on match-bets alone against Pinnacle using The Overrule's selections since the start of 2013 (average stake has been 2.18 points or £218).

How The Overrule has performed in 2014 against multiple outs and Pinnacle.

For full details of how The Overrule performed in 2013, check out the season review.

To join The Overrule for the 2015 season get in touch at theoverrule@gmail.com for further information.

London Overview


How The Overrule fared during London against multiple outs at the time of advised selections as well as against Pinnacle.

Against multiple outs.



Weekly performance - Stake: 2.00 Profit/Loss: +2.50 ROI: 125.00%

Season performance - Stake: 351.50 Profit/Loss: +9.41 ROI: 2.68%

Against Pinnacle.



Weekly performance - Stake: 2.00 Profit/Loss: +2.46 ROI: 123.00%

Season performance - Stake: 305.25 Profit/Loss: -9.98 ROI: -3.27%

For details on how to join The Overrule of the 2015 season e-mail theoverrule@gmail.com

Monday, 10 November 2014

Adding Up The Overrule


Since The Overrule's inception 6 years ago through syndication here's a breakdown of the numbers and profits subscribers have tasted. The Overrule took a year off in 2012 and returned in 2013 free of syndication to the place we are today tailored to the needs of individual subscribers.

In total from inception up to and including last week's results against multiple outs.

Bets: 733
Stake: 1863.50 points
Profit: +195.47 points
Return on Investment (ROI): 10.49%

Generally a ROI of 5% over a season in tennis is considered a desirable return but The Overrule is returning over double that return over a number of years with consistency each year. A £100 per point bettor (average stake has been 2.54 points or £254) has profited to the tune of £19,547 since The Overrule's inception.

Since 2013 The Overrule has also been tracking and advising selections with Pinnacle users in mind for those bettors who have been restricted at traditional bookmakers for past success. During that time here are the numbers on how The Overrule has fared on match-bets against Pinnacle since the 2013 season up to and including last week's results.

Bets 187
Stake 408.00 points
Profit: +21.44 points
ROI: 5.25%

A £100 per point bettor has profited to the tune of £2144 on match-bets alone against Pinnacle using The Overrule's selections since the start of 2013 (average stake has been 2.18 points or £218).

How The Overrule has performed in 2014 against multiple outs and Pinnacle.

For full details of how The Overrule performed in 2013, check out the season review.

To join The Overrule for the 2015 season get in touch at theoverrule@gmail.com for further information.

Fed Cup Overview


How The Overrule fared during Fed Cup against multiple outs at the time of advised selections.

Against multiple outs.



Weekly performance - Stake: 3.00 Profit/Loss: +2.40 ROI: 80.00%

Season performance - Stake: 349.50 Profit/Loss: +6.91 ROI: 1.98%

For details on how to join The Overrule for the 2015 season e-mail theoverrule@gmail.com

Sunday, 2 November 2014

Adding Up The Overrule


Since The Overrule's inception 6 years ago through syndication here's a breakdown of the numbers and profits subscribers have tasted. The Overrule took a year off in 2012 and returned in 2013 free of syndication to the place we are today tailored to the needs of individual subscribers.

In total from inception up to and including last week's results against general best price/multiple outs.

Bets: 732
Stake: 1860.50 points
Profit: +193.07 points
Return on Investment (ROI): 10.38%

Generally a ROI of 5% over a season in tennis is considered a desirable return but The Overrule is returning over double that return over a number of years with consistency each year. A £100 per point bettor (average stake has been 2.54 points or £254) has profited to the tune of £19,307 since The Overrule's inception.

Since 2013 The Overrule has also been tracking and advising selections with Pinnacle users in mind for those bettors who have been restricted at traditional bookmakers for past success. During that time here are the numbers on how The Overrule has fared on match-bets against Pinnacle since the 2013 season up to and including last week's results.

Bets 187
Stake 408.00 points
Profit: +21.44 points
ROI: 5.25%

A £100 per point bettor has profited to the tune of £2144 on match-bets alone against Pinnacle using The Overrule's selections since the start of 2013 (average stakes has been 2.18 points or £218). And this season those portfolio of match-bets will increase for 2014 season subscribers.

How The Overrule has performed in 2014 against general best price and Pinnacle.

For full details of how The Overrule performed in 2013, check out the season review.

To join The Overrule get in touch at theoverrule@gmail.com for further information.

Paris Overview


How The Overrule fared during Paris against multiple outs at the time of advised selections as well as against Pinnacle.

Against multiple outs.



Weekly performance - Stake: 2.00 Profit/Loss: -2.00 ROI: -100.00%

Season performance - Stake: 346.50 Profit/Loss: +4.51 ROI: 1.30%

Against Pinnacle.



Weekly performance - Stake: 2.00 Profit/Loss: -2.00 ROI: -100.00%

Season performance - Stake: 303.25 Profit/Loss: -12.44 ROI: -4.10%

For details on how to join The Overrule e-mail theoverrule@gmail.com

Sunday, 26 October 2014

Adding Up The Overrule


Since The Overrule's inception 6 years ago through syndication here's a breakdown of the numbers and profits subscribers have tasted. The Overrule took a year off in 2012 and returned in 2013 free of syndication to the place we are today tailored to the needs of individual subscribers.

In total from inception up to and including last week's results against general best price/multiple outs.

Bets: 731
Stake: 1858.50 points
Profit: +195.07 points
Return on Investment (ROI): 10.50%

Generally a ROI of 5% over a season in tennis is considered a desirable return but The Overrule is returning over double that return over a number of years with consistency each year. A £100 per point bettor (average stake has been 2.54 points or £254) has profited to the tune of £19,507 since The Overrule's inception.

Since 2013 The Overrule has also been tracking and advising selections with Pinnacle users in mind for those bettors who have been restricted at traditional bookmakers for past success. During that time here are the numbers on how The Overrule has fared on match-bets against Pinnacle since the 2013 season up to and including last week's results.

Bets 186
Stake 406.00 points
Profit: +23.44 points
ROI: 5.77%

A £100 per point bettor has profited to the tune of £2344 on match-bets alone against Pinnacle using The Overrule's selections since the start of 2013 (average stakes has been 2.18 points or £218). And this season those portfolio of match-bets will increase for 2014 season subscribers.

How The Overrule has performed in 2014 against general best price and Pinnacle.

For full details of how The Overrule performed in 2013, check out the season review.

To join The Overrule get in touch at theoverrule@gmail.com for further information.

Basel/Singapore Overview


How The Overrule fared during Basel and Singapore against multiple outs at the time of advised selections as well as against Pinnacle.

Against multiple outs.




Weekly performance - Stake: 7.00 Profit/Loss: -1.50 ROI: -21.43%

Season performance - Stake: 344.50 Profit/Loss: +6.51 ROI: 1.89%

Against Pinnacle.



Weekly performance - Stake: 7.00 Profit/Loss: -1.56 ROI: -22.29%

Season performance - Stake: 301.25 Profit/Loss: -10.44 ROI: -3.47%

For details on how to join The Overrule e-mail theoverrule@gmail.com

Monday, 20 October 2014

Adding Up The Overrule


Since The Overrule's inception 6 years ago through syndication here's a breakdown of the numbers and profits subscribers have tasted. The Overrule took a year off in 2012 and returned in 2013 free of syndication to the place we are today tailored to the needs of individual subscribers.

In total from inception up to and including last week's results against general best price/multiple outs.

Bets: 728
Stake: 1851.50 points
Profit: +196.57 points
Return on Investment (ROI): 10.62%

Generally a ROI of 5% over a season in tennis is considered a desirable return but The Overrule is returning over double that return over a number of years with consistency each year. A £100 per point bettor (average stake has been 2.54 points or £254) has profited to the tune of £19,657 since The Overrule's inception.

Since 2013 The Overrule has also been tracking and advising selections with Pinnacle users in mind for those bettors who have been restricted at traditional bookmakers for past success. During that time here are the numbers on how The Overrule has fared on match-bets against Pinnacle since the 2013 season up to and including last week's results.

Bets 183
Stake 399.00 points
Profit: +25.00 points
ROI: 6.27%

A £100 per point bettor has profited to the tune of £2500 on match-bets alone against Pinnacle using The Overrule's selections since the start of 2013 (average stakes has been 2.18 points or £218). And this season those portfolio of match-bets will increase for 2014 season subscribers.

How The Overrule has performed in 2014 against general best price and Pinnacle.

For full details of how The Overrule performed in 2013, check out the season review.

To join The Overrule get in touch at theoverrule@gmail.com for further information.