WhichBookie racing analyst Andrew Blair White provides a preview and betting tips for races at Roscommon on Tuesday 28th June.
WhichBookie provides free betting tips to all of our readers for various sports with the main focus being on horse racing and football.
All of our tipsters have returned a profit since joining WhichBookie and current and past selections along with full profit & loss reports can be found on each of our tipsters’ profile pages.
The aim for all of our tipsters is not just to pick winners but also to find value in their bets which ultimately determines whether or not we make a profit in the long term. One of the factors in determining value in a bet is the price and all of our tipsters are looking for selections that they believe have been overpriced by the bookies at the time of the tip. However, prices can change fast and so it’s essential that anyone looking to follow the tip with a real wager places it as soon as possible. As it’s unreasonable to expect all of our readers to be browsing the tips section at the time new tips are published, we have set up Telegram channels that notify members when a new tip is published.
Currently, we have two Telegram channels for our tips.
Both of our Telegram channels are completely free to join and we do not charge members to receive the tips.
Click on the channel links above to join and start receiving tips right away.
Telegram is a free multi-platform messaging application that works similar to WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. It’s particularly popular for the purpose of group chats and subscription services as it allows a large number of users to join single groups and channels.
Telegram is available both on desktop and as a mobile app with versions available for iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux.
It’s 100% free to users and provides end-to-end encryption to ensure data and messages are safe. There are also some nifty features available in Telegram such as ‘self-destructing messages’ that disappear after a set period of time.
Files can also be shared via Telegram and with the application supporting files of up to 2GB in size, this is one area that sets it apart from other messaging services.
Telegram betting channels and groups are also another popular way that the service is used for various reasons.
You’ll find several betting Telegram channels available, including WhichBookie’s own where members enjoy free daily Horse Racing and Football tips.
With our Horse Racing Tips Telegram channel, both Will Smith and Andrew Blair White share Win, Each Way and Ante-Post selections throughout the week.
Liam Johnson provides our Telegram football tips and focuses on matches taking place in the big leagues across Europe as well as the major competitions such as the UEFA Champions League, FA Cup, World Cup, European Championships and more. Telegram correct score tips are available as well as Match Winner tips, Over/Under Goals selections and tips for various other markets.
The main advantage of using Telegram for betting tips is that you’re able to be notified immediately when new tips are published. This allows you to get your bet on at the advised prices before they change, often resulting in bigger returns when they come in.
Many Telegram tipster groups are completely free of charge as well which is a huge advantage compared to paying for a tips service that you don’t know is any good or not.
If you have joined several Telegram tipster services, you may find that some are Groups and some are Channels.
Telegram Groups are similar to WhatsApp groups where all members can interact and send messages within the group for all to see. Groups can be public or private and contain admins who are able to restrict messages from other members.
Telegram Channels differ to groups in that only the admins are able to post messages with other members having read-only access. Channels are a popular choice when there are several hundreds or thousands of members as there can be too much discussion to keep up with. Channels are also great for Telegram betting tips as the latest tips are usually easy to find as they are not lost in a sea of posts from other members.
Both the WhichBookie Telegram Tip services are Channels.
There are hundreds of tipsters on Telegram and most of them are not worth following. You’ll find a lot of free fixed matches Telegram groups but you can expect these to be untrustworthy and not to provide any real value.
All of the tips published in the WhichBookie Telegram betting channels are from our own in-house racing and football tipsters. Will’s, Andrew’s and Liam’s selections are published on WhichBookie every day for all to see as well as making their way to Telegram. This way, there is complete transparency with all of the tips and you’ll also be able to see past selections along with full profit & loss reports from when each tipster joined the team.
Here are the links again for the WhichBookie Telegram tips channels:
Below, you’ll find a list of popular Telegram Betting Groups that are free to join.
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