We first came across Jolly Lock when they launched their virtual desktop designed to protect matched bettors against spying bookies. Since then they have been branching out to other areas of betting software and one of the latest to hit the market is the new horse racing tips software named Betscape.
Betscape has been under development by Steve, Jolly Lock's in-house mathematician, for the last 8 years. It is described as "a value betting algorithm that is proven mathematically to out perform any tipping service on the market".
The software constantly monitors the markets to identify value bets and posts any suitable tips every hour, 7 days a week. Every tip is posted to the Online Results Tracker where the available odds can be input and this keeps a useful log of profit/loss which can easily be exported to csv.
It can be used with either bookies or betting exchanges, which is a big plus point already. We are always on the lookout for betting systems that work on Betfair, so that we don't have to worry about bookies restricting our accounts.
It also comes with a unique staking system that claims to guarantee that you'll never bust your betting bank.
Despite being under development for a long time, the software is new to the market so there are just under two months of results to see on the website to date.
Since March, there has been a reported profit of 65 points at the advised odds, 56 points at Betfair SP and 80 points at Best Odds Guaranteed bookies. It's a great start but it's early days so we're interested to see how things go from here.
The software is currently available to try for free for the first 3 weeks and after that it costs £49.99 per month.
With the tips being generated on the tracker on an hourly basis, we need to come up with a reasonable way of checking for new tips. It's not going to be feasible for us to check every hour, so we will aim to check 2-3 times per day.
We have been informed that a mobile app is currently being beta tested and should be ready by the end of next week. This will include "One Touch Bet Placing Technology", which means members will receive a push notification when a new tip is available and they can choose whether to place the bet or not.
We will be following the stakes advised within the software, which are look to be starting at £20 each with a bank of £1000. This may be adjusted along the way, but we're not quite sure how the staking system works as of yet. We will post our first set of results back here in a month's time.