The Inside Man Review: Introduction

The Inside Man Review

The Inside Man is a football betting service run by former bookmaker, now turned professional bettor, Adam Cheng.

He joined the BetChat team after achieving some promising results from his free tips, producing 12.48 points profit in the first month. 

Now that football leagues have resumed around the world, his service is now live and he has continued to deliver a profit.

After gaining an interest in racing and football as a child, he went on to university and did a dissertation focusing on the history of sports betting in the UK and followed that up with a Masters in Sports Sociology.

From there he became head of football trading at bespoke Mayfair bookmaker Fitzdares, where as well as working on the side of the bookmaker, he traded football markets and made the company significant profits.

He says this is what sets him apart from other tipsters, as he really has walked the walk and got the experience. He knows how to find value in bets as his job meant that he was pricing up markets daily.

The service sends approximately 20 selections per week, with the majority being at the weekend. 

He bets on a range of football markets, including some of the more popular markets like matched odds and handicaps, but there is also a big emphasis on spread betting markets.

There is a user guide included with membership to the service that explains the spread betting methods that he uses and also more information on bank management and staking.

As with BetChat's other service, Football Index Investor, there is a Telegram group available to discuss the service with other members and for any support needed. There is also a separate group for just the tips, so that they are easy to find. They are sent by email too, but we have been advised that they are likely to be received earliest via the app.

We're intrigued to see if Adam can make a profit during our review using his inside experience. We will be back with an update of our results next month.

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