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We've liked what we've seen of this one so far and we've high hopes for it upon its return next week.
It wasn't however such a good week for two of his Bet Advisor colleagues, who were responsible for over 56% (£214) of the overall weekly losses incurred by the trial portfolio, as John Sills lost £78.00 since my last update, whilst Alec Pearce was our worst performer of the week with a deficit of £136. ) As you can see, we had two reviews hit the 60-day end point this week and whilst the final results are very different, my own personal thoughts about them are pretty similar, if truth be told.
Up until the later episodes in the 1998 version, if a player could not win with five squares on the board, his/her opponent automatically got the remaining square and the five-square win.
The first player to get three-in-a-row or five squares won the game and money for that game.
That's three Xs or Os in three stars' squares (one for each square), either across, up & down or diagonally; or be the first contestant to capture five of the nine squares.
Then the star would be asked a special question (usually multiple choice).
The star gave an answer but without a zinger and if the contestant could correctly agree or disagree with the star's answer, he/she won a bonus prize or prize package.
and if we remove that day's figures, which are a clear anomaly from the other 59 days we've seen, their service would have actually cost you £265, making them worse than Easy Tips!
Unlike other review sites out there, we don't recommend any product just because they've made money, we want to know that it's a consistent performer, before it gets the Geegeez Seal of Approval.
On two of the versions, the host would tell everybody who the Secret Square was if not chosen.