In this Ice Diamond Racing review, I’ll be taking a look at this premium tipping service. This is supposed to be a collaboration of the best that Betfan has to offer so I’ll be finding out how much you can make or if it all comes at too high a price?
What is Ice Diamond Racing?
Ice Diamond Racing has been running on the Betfan platform for the last year so, as a collaboration of some of the platform’s best tipsters. ICE stands for Inner Circle Edge and includes the services High Five, Race to Win, Racefan and High Roller.
These are all pretty good services in their own right and are reviewed elsewhere on this site. But, imagining these services melted together into one does worry me a bit. While you’re getting a bit of everything and every base is covered, it can look like a chaotic mishmash to anyone trying to follow it.
Also when you get a ‘super service’ like this, I have an uneasy feeling it can go ‘super well’ or ‘super badly’.
How does Ice Diamond Racing Work?
So, you’ll have a lot of bets on most days, just one or two on others. You’ll have all sorts of bets at all sorts of odds staking anywhere between 1 and 5 points. To some this is interesting and varied, to others it will just look a mess
There will be huge chunks of your bank going into this each day and with the variation in prices, you’ll want to get these on sooner rather than later. Looking at the tips I’ve seen coming in, I definitely think more than one bettor will feel there is too much going on.
How long does Ice Diamond Racing take to set up?
Before you can dive into that, you’ll need to get signed up and part with some cash. (and quite a bit of cash it is too, but more on that in a minute). Before you brace yourself for what’s about to arrive in your inbox, there are just a couple more boxes to tick.
There’s a lot going on here, so you’ll need to make sure all your bookie’s accounts are live and active and you have more than a passing knowledge of Oddschecker. Better still, get all of this set up on your phone so you can get on with this as soon as it arrives, even if you’re away from your laptop at the time.
How long does it take to use Ice Diamond Racing?
This is really a ‘how long is a piece of string’ question. When you’ve got the variations of one service it can be hard to predict but when there are four, all with different types of bet it’s near to impossible. Some days this will take you two minutes, some days it will be half an hour once you factor in looking for prices.
How much can you make with Ice Diamond Racing?
I was concerned that this combined service could be the best of all worlds on some days, and the absolute worst on others. When you get all the tipster involved having a good run you get the 950+pts profit this service made in the first six months. When they’re having a bad run, you get what has been happening since July, which is nothing short of shocking.
It looks like in since then the service has been losing nearly every month, and taken the overall profit down to 850 points. That’s still an average of 65pts (or £650 at £10/pt) each month with is pretty impressive and really about what you’d expect given the fees involved.
How much does Ice Diamond Racing cost?
For a start, I need to point out that this is cheaper than following all four services separately. But, when you’re paying £99.99 every 28 days, £281 every 90 days or £476 for six months you’re might want better than this.
If an average month ever did occur, at £10/pt the fees would take 15% of your profit, which isn’t bad. But, when you haven’t made any money for the last 6 months paying £100 on top of that in monthly fees is going to grate.
You couldn’t go into this with just a 100pt bank though (though in fairness they’re going to recommend that). You’d want at least 150pts and preferably 200pts before diving into this. At £10/pt a £2000 bank is not a huge amount for a service like this, though you wouldn’t want to take fees out of it as well.
Ice Diamond Racing Review Advantages
This service has a lot of everything and quite a bit of it is good. There are enough bets to keep anybody happy and enough variation to stop anyone from getting bored. There are decent profits overall from both big and small wins and there is no such thing as a dull month.
Ice Diamond Racing Review Disadvantages
There have been quite a lot of losing ones though. This service started amazing well but since the summer profits have fallen off a cliff. If you’d joined in July and staked £10/pt, you’d be over a grand down and paid out at least £500 in fees on top of that.
Ice Diamond Racing Review Conclusion and Overall Rating
Given the fees and the amount going on with this service, you’d expect better than what you’ve got so far. Every service has a bad run but one winning month in the last seven does not mean I can recommend this at the moment.
But, a return to the form this service showed a year ago will soon balance all of that out, and make it worth your time and money. So, this will be worth a revisit in three months’ time and if results have improved then you should give this a go.