Sunday, 22 December 2013

The Overrule in 2014


The Overrule is a tennis betting service that is tailored to the needs of individual subscribers covering professional tennis at ATP, WTA, Davis Cup, Fed Cup and Grand Slam level.

The aim of The Overrule is to provide subscribers value in tennis betting where it concerns pre-match match betting and outright/specials markets as well as input into opportunities that exist through in-play betting.


HOW MUCH DOES THE SERVICE COST?

The service costs £200 for the full season. The Overrule’s season will run from the Australian Open in mid-January until the conclusion of the Davis Cup final in mid-November, spanning 10 months and working out to £20 a month for a season subscription.
WHAT IS THE METHOD OF PAYMENT AND WHEN WILL PAYMENTS BE ACCEPTED?

The payment method is via Pay Pal only. Once the potential subscriber and I have agreed that the service is suitable for them, a place is reserved for them and payment details will be exchanged. Payments will be accepted from December 20th until January 10th (or earlier based on the subscription limit being reached).
WHY IS THERE A LIMIT ON THE AMOUNT OF PEOPLE WHO CAN SUBSCRIBE TO THE SERVICE?

Based on my experience in the industry - as a book trader and personal bettor/trader - it is impractical to take in unlimited amounts of subscriptions and to believe it is possible for all subscribers to be able to take advantage of the advised prices. With this in mind a limit has been imposed to best negate that as much as possible and to allow for The Overrule to be able to provide a personalised service for subscribers through regular e-mail contact.
BASED ON LAST SEASON’S NUMBERS HOW WOULD I HAVE FARED WITH MY £200 SUBSCRIPTION?

Last season The Overrule returned a profit of 34.56 units/points from 129 bets, staking 331.50 units/points with a return of investment (ROI) of 10.43%. For a subscriber who bets £100 per point, this meant a total profit of £3456, minus the £200 subscription leaving the subscriber with a £3256 profit for the season.
The service is aimed at subscribers who bet at least £50 a point.
Over the four years of the service a £100 per point bettor has profited to the tune of £18,856 from The Overrule’s selections.
http://www.theoverrule.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/season-review-2013.html

HOW MANY BETS DO YOU INTEND TO ADVISE OVER A 10 MONTH SEASON?

The Overrule would anticipate advising around 300-350 bets over the course of the season with a greater focus on daily match bets than was the case in 2013; this is due to the time I now have to dedicate myself to the service day to day. 

The peak times would occur during Grand Slams. During last season’s Grand Slams The Overrule advised 26 bets during the Australian Open, 17 during the French Open, 15 during Wimbledon and 9 during the US Open. 
WHAT IS THE STAKING PLAN?

The Overrule has always staked on the basis of 0.25 to a max 5 unit/points stake. This will continue. Last season the average stake on a selection was 2.57 units/points (for a £100 a unit/point bettor that would be £257), The Overrule takes the responsibility of advising selections very seriously and the staking plan and its limitations factor this in.
HOW DO I RECEIVE THE SELECTIONS ADVISED?

All selections are sent out via e-mail. There will be a daily e-mail sent either to advise selections or to state there are no selections for that day but may include information on in-play opportunities to look out for on certain matches or markets.
WILL I RECEIVE A NOTIFICATION AS TO WHEN TO EXPECT THE DAILY E-MAIL RELEASES?

Yes. A release warning e-mail will be sent out 15-20 minutes before selections are sent. This release warning will also be posted on The Overrule’s Twitter account.
WILL THERE BE A REGULAR SCHEDULE FOR THE DAILY E-MAILS EACH WEEK?

Yes. Once The Overrule is able to factor in the release of the next day’s order of play and when prices are available with bookmakers/exchanges a regular structure within a reasonable time frame will become apparent during the week and subscribers will be notified of this.
OTHER THAN THE START OF THE AUSTRALIAN OPEN WILL THERE BE FURTHER OPPORTUNITIES TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE OVERRULE?

Yes. During points in February, March, April, May and lastly in June. Further details of which will be released nearer the time.
WHY CAN’T PEOPLE SUBSCRIBE TO THE SERVICE AT ANY AND ALL POINTS OF THE SEASON?

One of the keys to successful sports betting is to appreciate long term growth and not short term gain. No one can guarantee success in a particular week or month and anyone claiming so is misleading the reader. The Overrule promotes a long view understanding of sports betting and a proven track record over a span of four years which shows continued and consistent long term growth.
http://www.theoverrule.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/season-review-2013.html


DO YOU OFFER ANY MONEY BACK GUARANTEES?

Yes. Subscriber satisfaction along with returning a healthy profit are the most important elements of The Overrule’s service. With that in mind The Overrule is happy to offer a pro-rated money back guarantee after the first three months of the service up until the first seven months of the service.
If for any reason you wish to end your subscription you may do so between April and August and receive the remaining balance of your subscription back through Pay Pal. Simply contact The Overrule before the first of the month to request cancellation and your payment pro-rated will be returned on the 15th of that month.

Request by April 1st, payment returned April 15th for £140.
Request by May 1st, payment returned May 15th for £120.
Request by June 1st, payment returned June 15th for £100.
Request by July 1st, payment returned July 15th for £80.
Request by August 1st, payment returned August 15th for £60.


I BELIEVE THIS IS THE SERVICE FOR ME, WHAT’S THE NEXT STEP?

Contact The Overrule at theoverrule@gmail.com so we can discuss your betting outs (available bookmakers/exchanges) and determine if the service is suitable for you and to reserve your spot on the subscription list. If there are any further queries or questions regarding the service, please let me know.
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