341 Winners Review

341 Winners is a horse racing tipster service from Ben Watson. 341 Winners selections (based on “slightly dodgy” methods) offer 3 horses per day.

What does the product offer?

Ben Watson claims that he will send out 3 tips per day to subscribers of 341 Winners. These will always cover three types of bets. There will be a selection to back to win, a selection to back each way and a selection to back to place. Ben Watson says that any selections made for 341 Winners will have favourable odds for punters.

How does the product work?

341 Winners allegedly uses a reverse engineered formula from Ben Watson’s time as part of a group who would frequently place “dodgy bets”. The reality though seems to be that 341 Winners relies on a network of informers that allegedly go as high as racecourse owners and jockeys and their ratings for a horse, combined with Ben Watsons personal form book.

What is the initial investment?

341 Winners is available on a trial basis for a one month period for just £5. After this the subscription fees start at £23 per month. It is worth noting that 341 Winners does provide a 60 day money back guarantee as it is sold through ClickBank.

What is the rate of return?

In terms of how much you can make from 341 Winners, this is somewhat dependent on which part of the site you look at. Ultimately, Ben Watson claims that you can expect to earn 23.7 points in profit each month by following his tips.


Ben Watson invests a lot of time on the 341 Winners sales page trying to convince you that this can earn consistent profits. This is unfortunately not backed up by anything. There are no mentioned strike rates and I don’t believe that his system of relying on each way bets to keep your bank in the black is anything other than a cynical ploy to lure some users in. I don’t even see this as necessarily being “worth the risk” as 23.7 points per month is very much at the bottom end of average in my opinion.

There are better proofed and more reliable systems available for a few pounds more per month and I would look at these instead.



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From: Simon Roberts