Thursday, 14 January 2016

2016 Season


Due to time commitments and availability The Overrule will not be in operation for the 2016 season.

Thank you to everyone who has supported The Overrule since its creation via syndication in 2008 and independently since 2013. To date the service has recorded a ROI of over 8% across almost 900 selections. The Overrule's Twitter account will continue to exist but will be used sparingly from this moment onward until further notice. Best of luck to you all for the coming season unless you're a Vika hater, in which case, go fuck yourself.

Monday, 23 November 2015

Ranking Quotes Overview


How The Overrule fared against Ranking Quotes for the 2015 season.


Specials performance - Stake: 6.00 Profit/Loss: +5.30 ROI: 88.33%

Season performance - Stake: 259.00 Profit/Loss: -23.68 ROI: -9.14%

For details on how to join The Overrule for the 2016 season (beginning with the Australian Open) e-mail theoverrule@gmail.com

Wednesday, 16 September 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: 892
Stake: 2120.50 points
Profit: +171.04 points
Return on Investment (ROI): 8.07%

Generally a ROI of 5% over a season in tennis is considered a desirable return but The Overrule is returning almost double that across multiple years. A £100 per point bettor (average stake has been 2.38 points or £238) has profited to the tune of £17,104 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: 336
Stake: 648.00 points
Profit: +3.79 points
ROI: 0.58%

To join The Overrule for the 2016 season get in touch at theoverrule@gmail.com for further information.

US Open Overview


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

Against multiple outs.


US Open performance - Stake: 22.00 Profit/Loss: -12.18 ROI: -55.36%

Season performance - Stake: 253.00 Profit/Loss: -28.98 ROI: -11.45%

Against Pinnacle.


US Open performance - Stake: 20.50 Profit/Loss: -12.02 ROI: -58.63%

Season performance - Stake: 236.00 Profit/Loss: -21.69 ROI: -9.19%

For details on how to join The Overrule for the 2016 season e-mail theoverrule@gmail.com

Monday, 24 August 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: 878
Stake: 2098.50 points
Profit: +183.22 points
Return on Investment (ROI): 8.73%

Generally a ROI of 5% over a season in tennis is considered a desirable return but The Overrule is returning almost double that across multiple years. A £100 per point bettor (average stake has been 2.39 points or £239) has profited to the tune of £18,322 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: 323
Stake: 627.50 points
Profit: +15.81 points
ROI: 2.52%

A £100 per point bettor has profited to the tune of £1581 on match-bets alone against Pinnacle using The Overrule's selections since the start of 2013 (average stake has been 1.94 points or £194).

The Overrule's next event will be the US Open.

To join The Overrule for the 2016 season get in touch at theoverrule@gmail.com for further information.

Cincinnati Overview


How The Overrule fared during ATP/WTA Cincinnati against multiple outs at the time of advised selections as well as against Pinnacle.

Against multiple outs.


Cincinnati performance - Stake: 12.50 Profit/Loss: +9.20 ROI: 73.60%

Season performance - Stake: 231.00 Profit/Loss: -16.80 ROI: -7.27%

Against Pinnacle.



Cincinnati performance - Stake: 14.50 Profit/Loss: +11.16 ROI: 76.97%

Season performance - Stake: 215.50 Profit/Loss: -9.67 ROI: -4.49%

The Overrule's next tournament will be the US Open.

For details on how to join The Overrule for the 2016 season e-mail theoverrule@gmail.com

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: 871
Stake: 2086.00 points
Profit: +174.02 points
Return on Investment (ROI): 8.34%

Generally a ROI of 5% over a season in tennis is considered a desirable return but The Overrule is returning almost double that across multiple years. A £100 per point bettor (average stake has been 2.39 points or £239) has profited to the tune of £17,402 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: 315
Stake: 613.00 points
Profit: +4.65 points
ROI: 0.76%

To join The Overrule for the 2016 season get in touch at theoverrule@gmail.com for further information.

Monday, 17 August 2015

Montreal/Toronto Overview


How The Overrule fared during ATP Montreal & WTA Toronto against multiple outs at the time of advised selections as well as against Pinnacle.

Against multiple outs.


Montreal/Toronto performance - Stake: 14.00 Profit/Loss: -8.19 ROI: -58.50%

Season performance - Stake: 218.50 Profit/Loss: -26.00 ROI: -11.89%

Against Pinnacle.


Montreal/Toronto performance - Stake: 14.00 Profit/Loss: -8.24 ROI: -58.86%

Season performance - Stake: 201.00 Profit/Loss: -20.83 ROI: -10.36%

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

For details on how to join The Overrule for the 2016 season e-mail theoverrule@gmail.com

Saturday, 15 August 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: 862
Stake: 2072.00 points
Profit: +182.21 points
Return on Investment (ROI): 8.79%

Generally a ROI of 5% over a season in tennis is considered a desirable return but The Overrule is returning almost double that across multiple years. A £100 per point bettor (average stake has been 2.40 points or £240) has profited to the tune of £18,221 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: 306
Stake: 599.00 points
Profit: +12.89 points
ROI: 2.15%

A £100 per point bettor has profited to the tune of £1289 on match-bets alone against Pinnacle using The Overrule's selections since the start of 2013 (average stake has been 1.96 points or £196).

The Overrule's current events are ATP Montreal & WTA Toronto.

To join The Overrule for the 2016 season get in touch at theoverrule@gmail.com for further information.

Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Wimbledon Overview


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

Against multiple outs.



Wimbledon performance - Stake: 43.00 Profit/Loss: -6.21 ROI: -14.44%

Season performance - Stake: 204.50 Profit/Loss: -17.81 ROI: -8.71%

Against Pinnacle.



Wimbledon performance - Stake: 41.50 Profit/Loss: -4.47 ROI: -10.77%

Season performance - Stake: 187.00 Profit/Loss: -12.59 ROI: -6.73%

The Overrule's next tournament will be ATP Montreal & WTA Toronto.

For details on how to join The Overrule for the 2016 season e-mail theoverrule@gmail.com

Monday, 29 June 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: 835
Stake: 2029.00 points
Profit: +188.42 points
Return on Investment (ROI): 9.29%

Generally a ROI of 5% over a season in tennis is considered a desirable return but The Overrule is returning almost double that across multiple years with consistency each year. A £100 per point bettor (average stake has been 2.43 points or £243) has profited to the tune of £18,842 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: 280
Stake: 557.50 points
Profit: +17.36 points
ROI: 3.11%

A £100 per point bettor has profited to the tune of £1736 on match-bets alone against Pinnacle using The Overrule's selections since the start of 2013 (average stake has been 1.99 points or £199).

The Overrule's next event will be Wimbledon.

To join The Overrule for the 2016 season get in touch at theoverrule@gmail.com for further information.

Monday, 8 June 2015

French Open Overview


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

Against multiple outs.



French Open performance - Stake: 27.50 Profit/Loss: +1.33 ROI: 4.84%

Season performance - Stake: 161.50 Profit/Loss: -11.60 ROI: -7.18%

Against Pinnacle.



French Open performance - Stake: 22.00 Profit/Loss: +3.89 ROI: 17.68%

Season performance - Stake: 145.50 Profit/Loss: -8.12 ROI: -5.58%

The Overrule's next tournament will be Wimbledon.

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

Friday, 22 May 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: 814
Stake: 2001.50 points
Profit: +187.09 points
Return on Investment (ROI): 9.35%

Generally a ROI of 5% over a season in tennis is considered a desirable return but The Overrule is returning almost double that across multiple years with consistency each year. A £100 per point bettor (average stake has been 2.46 points or £246) has profited to the tune of £18,709 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: 263
Stake: 535.50 points
Profit: +13.47 points
ROI: 2.52%

A £100 per point bettor has profited to the tune of £1347 on match-bets alone against Pinnacle using The Overrule's selections since the start of 2013 (average stake has been 2.04 points or £204).

The Overrule's next event will be the French Open.

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

Sunday, 17 May 2015

Rome Overview


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

Against multiple outs.


Rome performance - Stake: 18.50 Profit/Loss: -4.02 ROI: -21.73%

Season performance - Stake: 134.00 Profit/Loss: -12.93 ROI: -9.65%

Against Pinnacle.


Rome performance - Stake: 17.50 Profit/Loss: -4.97 ROI: -28.40%

Season performance - Stake: 123.50 Profit/Loss: -12.01 ROI: -9.72%

The Overrule's next tournament will be the French Open.

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

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: 803
Stake: 1983.00 points
Profit: +191.11 points
Return on Investment (ROI): 9.64%

Generally a ROI of 5% over a season in tennis is considered a desirable return but The Overrule is returning over that across multiple years with consistency each year. A £100 per point bettor (average stake has been 2.47 points or £247) has profited to the tune of £19,111 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: 253
Stake: 518.00 points
Profit: +18.44 points
ROI: 3.56%

A £100 per point bettor has profited to the tune of £1844 on match-bets alone against Pinnacle using The Overrule's selections since the start of 2013 (average stake has been 2.05 points or £205).

The Overrule's next event will be the French Open.

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

Sunday, 10 May 2015

Madrid Overview


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

Against multiple outs.


Madrid performance - Stake: 12.00 Profit/Loss: -4.92 ROI: -41.00%

Season performance - Stake: 115.50 Profit/Loss: -8.91 ROI: -7.71%

Against Pinnacle.


Madrid performance - Stake: 11.50 Profit/Loss: -4.42 ROI: -38.43%

Season performance - Stake: 106.00 Profit/Loss: -7.04 ROI: -6.64%

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

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