10 Days to 1K is a new to market horse racing tipster service which is operated by one Tom Guthrie. He claims that his approach to betting can produce some very substantial profits in a short space of time.
Introduction to 10 Days to 1K
There are a lot of different ways a betting system can be appealing. This shouldn’t be a hot take, but the fact of the matter is that different people are always looking for different things. Some people just don’t want to lose and aren’t bothered about huge returns. Some people love the thrill of pursuing a huge winner. And some people don’t actually care that much whether they win or lose. They’re just looking to boost the fun levels. But no matter who you are, I think increasing your money 10 fold in 10 days is a very appealing thing.
This brings me to the subject of today’s review, 10 Days to 1K. A service that makes a lot of incredibly interesting claims about how much money you can expect to make. But as I’ve hinted at, the real appeal here isn’t the amount of money you can make, at least in my mind. Rather how quickly you can expect to make it. Well, supposedly. No matter what though, I will tell you something. If Tom Guthrie can actually deliver on even half the claims that he makes, then this is a guaranteed winner.
Unfortunately, I do have a few doubts about… Well, a whole lot of 10 Days to 1K. If I’m completely honest. The fact is that whilst Tom Guthrie undoubtedly tries to sell this well, there are a lot of gaps in information that, in my eyes, are incredibly important. And whilst I can generally overlook one or two things, there are a number of different elements of this that are just… Well, substandard in my opinion. So, let’s get into it and see what is what.
What Does 10 Days to 1K Offer?
Whilst there is quite a lot about 10 Days to 1K that is questionable or I’m just not that keen on, I will say one thing, in many respects Tom Guthrie runs a pretty tight ship. Whilst the management elements of 10 Days to 1K are very basic (to the point where, as I will get to, it is open to criticism), the service does also run pretty reasonably. So… That’s something I suppose.
But what exactly does this mean? Well, before I can talk about that, I feel like I have to talk about the structure of 10 Days to 1K. Because ultimately, that is key to absolutely everything. So, first things first, as you may have fathomed from the name, everything takes place over a period of 10 days. This shapes a lot of the service because you have to go pretty hard to claim the results Tom Guthrie says you will get.
Inevitably, this starts with betting every day. If you are going to turn £100 in to £1,000 in 10 days, you have to be betting a lot. In terms of the logistics, 10 Days to 1K is pretty much everything that you would expect from a service like this. Selections are sent out directly via email, all that you seemingly have to do is place the bets.
I say this because the actual insight from Tom Guthrie is pretty minimal. Don’t get me wrong, you get enough information to place the bets, but you might actually struggle a bit if we’re being realistic. Because really, you are very much on your own. Probably not surprisingly, this leads to a recommendation of using an odds comparison site if you at all can. This will add work, but it is the best way of maximising your chances of hitting 10 Days to 1K’s target in my opinion.
This is in no small part impacted by the bets that Tom Guthrie advises. Curiously, there is a very strong focus on long shots here. A look through the (incredibly limited) shows minimal odds of 3/1, but even these were conveniently increased by BOG. The fact of the matter is that much of what you will be backing with 10 Days to 1K is in the double digits in terms of odds. With that in mind, it stands to reason that you will want to squeeze the most out of each win.
Now, when I say win, I am not specifically referring to the bet type. At the very least, Tom Guthrie has the sense to lean into a healthy combination of win and each way bets. Typically favouring the latter when you are looking at some of the bigger odds. I can at the very least say I respect that 10 Days to 1K does this.
On top of this, the volume of bets that you will be betting on, whilst not prohibitive, is certainly pretty substantive. There are 2 or 3 bets available every single day, which can mean some pretty big stakes. Especially when you factor in the compounding plan that Tom Guthrie uses for 10 Days to 1K.
As you would expect, the more money you make, the more Tom Guthrie says that you should be betting. This starts with stakes of £10 per bet. And for every £100 you earn from there, you are staking 10% of your betting bank. This means that by the end of the 10 day period, you are theoretically staking £100 a go. That is quite substantial, no matter how you want to dress it up.
On top of this, there is also the strike rate that you may or may not actually see. The implication from the results that Tom Guthrie provides are that you will be winning around 40% of the time. That is a massive number and one that I am, frankly, rather sceptical of. Because the blunt fact of the matter is that the claimed results just aren’t something that I find myself buying into with 10 Days to 1K.
How Does 10 Days to 1K Work?
So, let’s talk about how 10 Days to 1K works. And there are two fundamental things going on here. First and foremost, there is the fundamental approach that Tom Guthrie takes. This is the simple idea of drastically compounding your stakes in order to increase your profit potential. This is a fundamental approach that I have seen a lot of tipsters leverage in my time. And in theory, you can make any numbers work with compounding.
The other element of how 10 Days to 1K works is so much more important. That is what the selection process is. And this is something that is absolutely key for something like what Tom Guthrie is doing. Because, and I will not mince my words on this, if you are going to regularly advise users of bets with odds into double digits, you need to have a bloody good reason for picking them out.
Unfortunately, Tom Guthrie doesn’t give any insight into what all of this actually entails. This is massively concerning to me. The fact of the matter is that I wouldn’t necessarily expect a step by step breakdown of everything, but I don’t think it’s unreasonable to want to see… Well something. If I’m honest. At the very least you should be informed about 10 Days to 1K, and I just don’t see how you can be here.
It isn’t even like you are given much in the way of evidence. Don’t get me wrong, I know that Tom Guthrie does provide those images of betting slips, but I have been around long enough to know that is definitely not concrete evidence. Adding to this somewhat is the fact that it is only for two 10 day periods. Even if you did blindly believe that 10 Days to 1K has achieved these results, all that we are being shown is that those particular bets won over a 20 day period.
What is the Initial Investment?
If you wanted to sign up to 10 Days to 1K, there are two options available. The first is what Tom Guthrie calls a “Single Program Pass”. This gives you access for a single 10 day period and it is priced at £25 (plus VAT). Alternatively, you can sign up for a Multi Program Pass. This, we are told, gives you 5 10 day periods for a cost of £75 (again, plus VAT).
With both options, Tom Guthrie points out that a program pass only expires once there has been a successful 10 day period. This means that if you don’t make that £1,000 figure, you will be automatically enrolled onto the next 10 days. In theory, rolling over ad infinitum. This seems like a decent guarantee.
What is noteworthy to me however is that 10 Days to 1K actually comes with a full 60 day money back guarantee. This is backed up by the fact that Tom Guthrie is selling the service through Clickbank. Conveniently, and rather concerningly though, this isn’t something that is ever actually mentioned.
What is the Rate of Return?
At its core, the claims for 10 Days to 1K are simple. Tom Guthrie says that you can turn £100 into £1,000 in 10 days. This is of course an absolute minimum. The fact is that when you look at the examples that he gives, he claims to have made £2,489.50 and £1,937.75. This suggests that the actual income potential is substantially greater than even the core premise suggests.
Conclusion for 10 Days to 1K
One of the things that is interesting about looking at 10 Days to 1K as a tipster service is that there is only one thing that really needs to be delivered on. And that is this. Can Tom Guthrie actually make you £1,000 in 10 days. What is interesting about this kind of situation is it creates a binary outcome whereby either it does, or it doesn’t. There isn’t really middle ground.
All of which begs the question. Well, does 10 Days to 1K deliver on this? The short answer to this is almost definitely not. But of course, the big question is why not? Well, where do you start? First things first, there is the fact that Tom Guthrie doesn’t actually do much to tell you how exactly he is running the service. Not in any meaningful way. What we are treated to are, at best, vague platitudes.
This is really problematic to me because of the type of bets that Tom Guthrie is advising. Not in so much as 10 Days to 1K is based around the win and each way bets. That is standard for horse racing. But to be consistently picking out selections at longer odds just seems a little bit questionable in my opinion. Especially with no explanation as to how.
Meanwhile, the idea of simply compounding your stakes as a method of increasing your profits is something that I find to be highly questionable. Honestly, there are so many services that like to lean on this like it is some sort of magical way of allowing you to produce unlimited profits, but that simply isn’t the case. The fact is that without a decent selection process, it just doesn’t count for much.
I know that there is some evidence that Tom Guthrie provides, but I cannot help but feel like it is highly questionable. The fact of the matter is that based off what I’ve seen so far, you simply aren’t going to be winning all that often. And that probably won’t come as a surprise really. No matter how you want to dress it up, you just aren’t going to be winning that often backing horses with odds in the double digits. As appealing as that may sound.
You are certainly incredibly unlikely to be getting close to a 40% strike rate, which is exactly what Tom Guthrie claims he has been attaining to hit the numbers in the sales material for 10 Days to 1K. As such, you have a situation where I just don’t see it all coming together. And at the cost of this service, I do believe that is a bit problematic. Not that Tom Guthrie is asking a prohibitive amount, but for the service you are getting, I just don’t see value for money. Especially given the questionable way that the guarantee is set up and marketed.
And when you bring it all together, I just don’t see 10 Days to 1K as being a worthwhile investment. In actual fact, I don’t think that Tom Guthrie gives a single adequate reason as to why you would want to take him up on his service. So, I can say with confidence, this deserves a pretty wide berth.