Here we have our very best rugby league tipsters. Each tipster who is displayed has shown a profit on rugby overall (including Union) over the past year. Only tipsters who have open tips will be displayed and the number of tips is displayed on their row.
So if you are looking for rugby league tips for this weekend or super league predictions, you can find them all here. Along with each tipster is displayed their annual profit. This is calculated to ten point stakes and is their profit on all rugby over the past year.
You can also view their rugby annual trends which are presented by a chart. Each green column means they made a profit that month if red then they made a loss. The annual strike rate shows how many successful rugby tips they had compared to the total number of rugby tips placed.
So had they made 50 tips in the past year and 30 were successful, their strike rate would be 30 divided by 50 = 60%. For a more recent record for the best rugby league tipsters, we have two columns, seven and thirty-day profits. This being the same as the annual profit just a more recent indication.
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We have some expert rugby league tipsters who are backed up by annual statistics, so whether you are looking for super league predictions, rugby league championship predictions or rugby league tips for today from expert tipsters then you have them right here from tipsters who have shown a profit over the past twelve months.
These tipsters specialise in rugby league. You can expect tips from worldwide. We have some tipsters based in Australia and specialise in NRL (National Rugby League) predictions whilst those based in the UK will be more at home in predicting Super League matches.
When finding a rugby league tipster who you like, simply click on their name. As a result, you will be taken to their dedicated rugby tips page. Rugby is combined into one section so the statistics will include both League and Union and tips from both will be displayed.
As well as the statistics shown on the previous page, you can now view additional stats. There is a daily profit trend that gives you the breakdown of if the tipster made a profit or loss for each day over a certain period.
There are both annual and daily high and low points indicating when the tipster had their best month/day and their worst month/day. Also, any streak that the tipster is currently on will be displayed. For example, you may see something like 'In profit on Rugby for 5 of the previous 6 months'.
Next, you have the tipsters' rugby tips. Each tip will display the tip itself, the market, the event and comment from the tipster why they have selected this tip. You can also see how many other tipsters agree with this tipster on the market.
When you find tips that you like then you can click the 'Add to Betslip' button. You can continue browsing other best rugby tipsters and adding tips to your betslip as and when you find them.
Once you are happy with the tips in your betslip you can see which bookmaker is offering the best odds for your selected rugby tips. Click on that bookmaker and you and your betslip will be transferred across to their website.
You can use the tipster competition table to order all tipsters by twelve month LSP, some may not appear on here as they do not have any current tips available. On the table, you can also sort by month and six month LSP as well as strike rates.
If there are currently no best tipsters listed above, why not head over to our Rugby League Tips section for this weekend's tips. In addition, head to the Rugby Union Tips page for this weekends rugby union tips.
Finally, why not get involved in our tipping competition and add your rugby tips and compete against our best rugby tipsters? Do you have what it takes to make the best tipsters list? and to scoop some of the monthly prize money?