We're rounding off our monthly Best Tipster rankings by featuring a few of the many services that ply their trade beyond the two mainstream markets of horse racing and football.
Tennis tipsters dominate our top five, but with basketball, ice hockey and handball also represented, it soon becomes clear that whatever your sporting interest and betting preference, there should be something to suit your needs among our shortlist of February's top services.
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Profit: £253.53 to £20 average stake
In seventh place, Sports Insider has been ousted from the winner's podium that he occupied in January, when he boasted an impressive 25% ROI. February's monthly yield is barely half of that, but nonetheless it continues his successful start to 2021 and completes six straight profitable months that have combined to produce an overall 13.4% ROI since September. Sports Insider has hardly looked back since putting all of his focus onto basketball, and long may his success continue.
Profit: £377.44 to £20 average stake
Another tipster making this list for the second straight month is Batibet, who finished runner-up to Sports Insider in January with a 21% return on investment. That success continued into February, when his 58% win rate across football, basketball, ice hockey and handball converted to another 13.8% gain to complete his 11th profitable month from the thirteen since his service launched last February. With prolonged consistency like that, it would appear that Batibet is definitely here for the long haul.
Profit: £376.95 to £20 average stake
It's a shame that Perfect Stranger made an inauspicious start to his tenure on Tipstrr, because since suffering an initial losing month in September, he has enjoyed unblemished success with five straight winning months, each almost doubling the yield of the month before. By definition, that made February's 15.5% his best monthly return to date, thanks to lucrative gains in mainly ice hockey, but with a healthy smattering of tennis and football tips thrown in.
Profit: £474.28 to £20 average stake
Tennis tipsters occupy three of the top four places, the first of whom is Tennisbeast, who makes a return to the fold after enjoying his most prolific and productive month to date. With the tennis circuit back in full swing, TennisBeast has had a busy start to the year, and in February provided a 55% success rate at odds of around 6/4 - a winning combination that secured a tasty 24% yield that was an even tastier 30+% in the Match Winner market alone.
Profit: £451.45 to £20 average stake
Breaking up tennis's domination of the top positions is Pocholo Bets USA, who, as his name suggests, plies his trade in sports across the pond, and particularly the NBA during a successful February. Covering the spreads in the Asian Handicap and Over/Under basketball markets needs an expert's eye for value, and Pocholo provided it to great effect across his 74 selections, boasting a phenomenal 68% win rate at average odds along the familiar American betting line of 1.91.
Profit: £534.59 to £20 average stake
On to February's runner-up spot, and we're back with tennis in the shape of Yellow Ball, who endured something of a bumpy road through last year, but has hit the ground running in 2021, producing a 16% ROI in January, and almost doubling that yield in February. Recommending average odds of 2.13 meant that he only needed a 50/50 win rate to make a profit, so his 61% strike rate, predominantly in the Match Winner market, explains why his monthly gains reached a cool 30.7%, enough to clear over £500 in profit to level £20 stakes
Profit: £348.87 to £20 average stake
And so on to this month's winner, and not for the first time (and almost certainly not the last) the popular tennis service of The Goat takes our top accolade. Extending his run of consecutive profitable months to five, The Goat's 40% ROI in February is clearly not an anomalous spike, following on as it does from 54% in December and 20% in January, to produce an overall three-month yield of 38.6% from 74 carefully-selected tips. Never publishing tips just for the sake of it, The Goat averages no more than ten tips per week, as he bides his time to recommend bets only when the market indicates worthwhile value, and clearly that strategy works to great effect, both short-term and long-term. The Goat has graced the Tipstrr site since September 2018, and his rock steady 11.6% yield from over 800 single tennis bets over that extended period results from a combination of his patience, his expertise and the solidity of his betting model.
We hope you've seen enough in the above list to encourage you to consider spreading your betting wings to include more niche betting markets, and that here at Tipstrr we have enough varied services to suit most sporting tastes.
Well done again to The Goat for his impressive performance through February, and we hope to see him and others featuring again in our Best Tipster rankings throughout the rest of 2021.