I didn’t get off to a good start yesterday, however, managed to recover some losses and end up with an overall small loss. Here’s how the day went.

I felt comfortable taking on a number of tips yesterday, knowing I’ll be staking £2 for the majority. I shadowed a total of 7 tipsters yesterday, staking £28 in total.

To begin with, I backed what was posted early on @NicksPicks83‘s telegram page. For the Greyhounds, I backed 5 of them in total. 2 of them made a return, at odds of 7/4 and 13/8. I had £2 on both of these. With the others unfortunately losing, I came out at a very small loss of £1.25 for the day.

Next, the horses. I started off by backing @HorseSystemBets pick in the #CommunityPunt, as he has been in cracking form with it. The selection was running at 5/2, and unfortunately couldn’t do the business, losing my £2 stake. As you’ve seen I also regularly follow the advice of @Josh_HW. For yesterday, he picked Rolling Dylan to win the 2:10 Taunton at 7/1. He couldn’t have got much closer and frustratingly didn’t win, again, losing £2.

My final horse of the day followed the trend of losing £2, and this one came from @craigyboy_1991. The selection was Poets Society at 11/1, which unfortunately couldn’t make all.

As you can see it wasn’t looking good at this stage, but definitely could have been worse. I had backed early the picks of free football tipster @Rossrigo. there were 3 games in total, and I had £2 on each of them. Two of these bets lost, with the third being void, therefore returning my stake and resulting in a small £4 loss overall.

The final bet of the night was pretty handy. It is the first time I backed advice from the notorious @psychofftrading in this blog. He tweeted out a goal alert in the game between Belenenses and Boavista when it was at 1-0. I backed over 1.5 goals in-play with a £4 stake at 6/4. I was delighted to see this win, returning £10.

Tuesday’s P/L: -£5.25

Overall Bankroll: £194.15

All in all, it wasn’t an awful day and certainly could have been worse. Maybe Wednesday has been more generous…