Welcome to our first edition of ‘The Tipster Brief’

This is our daily news article that will include news from the Tipping World and a few bets along the way from tipsters on Twitter. We hope you enjoy it! As always, any additional content you would like to see just let us know and we’ll see what we can do!

What’s on?

Horse Racing

  • Afternoon meetings at Haydock, Bangor and Chelmsford
  • Evening meetings at Sandown and Newcastle



  • Surrey take on Glamorgan for the Natwest T20 Blast (6:30)

@JoshHealey04 fancies Sangakkara to hit over 2.5 fours, priced at 1.95 with Coral. He recommends a 2.5 unit stake. Josh performed well as a cricket tipster in our previous competition, and we know he has a lot of potential.



  • Not much to shout about



  • The French Open continues, matches include:
  • Rafael Nadal vs Facundo Bagnis
  • Novak Djokovic vs Steve Darcis
  • Serena Williams v Teliana Pereira
  • Venus Williams v Louisa Chrirco

Looking over, we’ve found @BettingDevil post the following treble for today’s Tennis.

A.Konjuh vs D. Cibulkova – Cibulkova

J Vesely vs N. Almagro –  N Almagro

Ferrer vs J Monaco – D Ferrer

The above treble pays out at 2.49. Over the past month BettingDevil has posted an impressive profit of 71.9 units with a 116% ROI! He is in fine form


The rise and fall of ‘KingFrankTIps’

There was a brief moment of joy on Twitter. It seemed as though the self-proclaimed King has finally packed his bags and decided not to tip again. Although he will have taken quite a sum of money from his followers, it was for the better.

KingFrank had a habit of backing favourites left right and centre, if they lost, the tweet would be deleted from his page, if they won, he would make sure everyone knew about it on his free page. Many people came to us about him and it was quite clear that he wasn’t the most informed punter. People were catching on, there’s no doubt there. I feel as though this is the reason why he decided to stop tipping. He was very unsuccessful and I’m almost certain those who followed his premium page were at quite a substantial loss.

But, it’s not all good news. King Frank has made a re-appearance under a slightly different name, the same logo, but he’s there I’m afraid. I can see all of the classic tweets that people were subjected to before. The first two bets you can see. A losing 6/4 favourite, and the start of a £20-£100 roller challenge that didn’t make it past stage 1.

The last tweet was from 4 days ago, saying:




As of 8PM, we will no longer be accepting new members to our VIPs. If you wish to join LIKE this”


His reply to this tweet was:


“Get involved, we will always make you money. Frank is back and has destroyed it since arriving again. Get in.”


It all looks familiar and there are so many problems I have with this. Firstly, there is NO CHANCE he will not be accepting members after 8pm. He would take any ones money, at any time, that is just a fact. I don’t think anyone has ever had the problem of being told their membership is closed! This is just his was of trying to make people panic into buying into his VIP page.

The next problem. Underneath these tweets, he has had a reply from someone who must already be in the VIP group. He asks Frank a question: “When will we start getting tips on the VIP again?” Doesn’t this say a lot. His inactivity on his free page must be exactly the same for those who have PAID their own money to join as a VIP. He’s not even tipping for them! I would assume this has the been the case over the past 4 days, either that or what he has tipped has lost, because if he had even a couple of winners we certainly would have heard about it.

Finally, has KingFrank destroyed it since arriving again? Absolutely not. The same old excuses are being used, blaming the jockeys when his bet doesn’t come in, bad luck etc. It’s just painful to see and my best bit of advice is to hit the unfollow button and forget about it. He seems to be pretty good at reeling people in, so that’s the best way to not fall into the trap.


Thanks for reading!