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The World Cup in bets: Part Two

Yesterday I emailed to let you know about how one of our tipsters, Neel Shah, got on during the World Cup (spoiler alert: he did pretty damn well!) and, if you missed it, you can catch up here

Today though, it’s the turn of the Inside Man’s Adam Cheng.

As you may or may not know, Adam’s is the longest running tipster service here at the Bet Chat (a sign of quality if ever there was one) and he showed once again exactly why his members have so much faith in him during this year’s tournament. Here are the all-important stats:

Bets: 54
Winners: 32

Strike Rate: 59.3%
Profit: 24.36 points

Oh, and on top of that, during the tournament he had three non-World Cup bets, all of which won, for a further 3.07 points profit…

That means that during the one month duration of the World Cup, Adam produced a profit of 27.43 points, which is quite a feat given his average stake was less than 1 point per bet and his entire service recommended starting bank is just 30 points!

If you like the sound of that, why not give his service a try ahead of the busy festive football period? You can do so via this link.

A few highlights of the World Cup bets included:

Iran to beat Wales to nil (5/1)
Lionel Messi to win the Golden Ball (10/1)
Alvaro Morata to be the top La Liga goalscorer (16/1)

It’s no surprise then that members were pretty chuffed come the end of the tournament:

The Premier League returns on Boxing Day and, with Adam on such a hot streak, it’s a great time to get involved…

You can do exactly that by clicking this link today.

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