In this I AM Football Review you will find out everything you need to know about this football tipster on the Tipsters Empire platform.
IAM Football went through the trial well, picking out some fantastic bets and prices that didn’t seem possible – but he spotted something the bookies didn’t. That’s why he’s a success – capitalizing on the value.
An Example Of A Selection From I AM Football
28/01/2020 – 19:30 – Leeds v Millwall, Doncaster v Southend, Crewe v Leyton Orient – Leeds, Doncaster , Crewe all to win – 13/5 – 3pts
Although Leeds have been slipping up recently i fancy them to get back on track at home to Millwall who had a hard game on Saturday in the FA Cup whilst Leeds had a free weekend which i think can make a big difference tonight. Doncaster played very well at Sunderland on Friday night and should ease past Southend who are more or less relegated already. Crewe score plenty of goals and if they are going to go up automatically then they need to be beaten Orient at home.
Informative selections are this tipsters forte and he has a decent track record too. Here is some must know info before you join I AM Football.
What time are selections sent out?
Generally the day before, leaving plenty of time to get your bet on.
How can I access selections?
Tipsters Empire send a text message with the tips attached. From the text message a link is attached to their log in area, where you enter your own unique log in to read the write up on why each selection has been made.
What Betting Bank is needed?
150 points is the recommended start for your betting bank. If you use £5 per point – £750 betting bank, £10 per point – £1,500 betting bank and so on.
Once your betting bank increases by 50 points you increase your bet by 50%. £5 becomes £7.50, £10 becomes £15 and so on.
Once you are a paying member you will have access to his full staking plan which is explained in detail.
Overall I AM Football has shown promise when it comes to his selections and the write ups have been top class, for a long term profit making tipster I don’t think you can go wrong with this one.