Bettor Value Review

Bettor Value is a new product which has been launched by an unnamed content creator. It claims to provide users with a strategy that will allow them to make an income based on principles of value.

Introduction to Bettor Value

There are a lot of products on the market and it is difficult to know what is genuine and what isn’t. I feel like this applies doubly so when it comes to self selection betting systems. There is so much out there, and it is so easy to churn out old content under a new name, that it is something of a dangerous game if I am honest.

I have been around the block so to speak, and as such, I have ways of making a decent estimation of the intent of a service. All of this is relevant because Bettor Value seems to be a genuine service and that is something of a rarity.

There are of course questions to be answered, primarily about whether or not the service is good enough. For my money, the fact that Bettor Value appears to be the real deal goes a long way.

What Does Bettor Value Offer?

I have to be pretty blunt here and say that rather frustratingly, there isn’t necessarily a lot that I can say about Bettor Value.

As always, I don’t believe that it is right to give away anybody’s betting system in a review, and as such, this ensures that there is only so much that I can say. None the less, I will do my best to talk about Bettor Value without taking away the effort that somebody has put into creating a product.

bettor-value-reviewWhen you purchase Bettor Value, you will receive the product which, as you would probably expect, comes as a downloadable ebook. There is the usual marketing spiel about how this will allow you to accumulate wealth, spoil your loved ones, and pay off debt.

This is somewhat subjective and as I want to talk about, there is a little bit of truth stretching here. None the less, the fact that there is truth to stretch works in favour of Bettor Value.

As a piece of content, Bettor Value is put together well enough. It is reasonably well written, informative, and it is too the point. That is a lot more than I can say about some products in a similar vein. Everything follows a straight forward plan and to be fair to the author, this goes a long way to understanding his strategy.

This includes topics like betting without emotion, constructing a betting bank, and the crux of Bettor Value, finding “profitable value bets”.

Implementing Bettor Value is a pretty straight forward affair and shouldn’t take too long out of your day. It is reasonably flexible and whilst I am not certain that you could “teach it to your children”, the fact that Bettor Value is simple is apparent. It is worth noting that should you struggle with the methodology, the author does offer a contact email where they provide personal support.

How Does Bettor Value Work?

According to the sales material for Bettor Value, the author of the service spent a considerable amount of time, effort, and money investing in other people’s betting strategies. These ultimately led him down a road of “struggle and hardship”.

They say that after they became “fed up” of losing money by following others, they decided to develop their own strategy. Saying that this wasn’t “nearly as difficult as [he] had imagined”, the system that is ultimately Bettor Value was born.

Moving on to specifics, it is very difficult to say enough without giving too much away. As the title of Bettor Value suggests, the service is indeed value based.

This means looking for betting opportunities whereby the odds are longer than the chances of an event happening (the author references examples of the sun rising at 2/1, sleeping in your bed at 5/1 and Donald Trump quitting Twitter at 10/1 as examples of value). Finding these events involves looking at just 2 websites each day.

What is the Initial Investment?

There is only one option if you want to purchase Bettor Value which is £49.99. This is not necessarily a significant amount of money in the grander scheme of things, however it is important to note that this is still quite a lot to ask. Especially when you look at the wider market.

It is worth noting that Bettor Value is sold through Clickbank which means that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place. This is well advertised by the author of Bettor Value to their credit.

What is the Rate of Return?

One of the things that is quite interesting about Bettor Value is that the author makes no claims in terms of income. I feel like this is a smart move to be honest. The fact of the matter is that the nature of using a self selection system means that there are no guarantees in terms of income etc.

How much do I realistically think that you can make with Bettor Value? This is an interesting question. The short answer is as much as you are willing to put in. There is definitely some potential to make money, but I would keep my expectations well tempered.

Conclusion to Bettor Value

There are a number of topics that I want to cover with Bettor Value, some of which are positive and some of which aren’t so great. One such example of this is that whilst Bettor Value isn’t bad, the concepts aren’t necessarily ground breaking. The underpinnings seem to be pretty solid, but I don’t necessarily see anything here that I haven’t seen in a similar form before.

Whilst it is arguably simpler in some respects than other value based betting systems, I do feel that there is wider scope for user error as a result of this.

It isn’t that Bettor Value is hard to use, but value is a complex concept in many ways. The less you look into it, the more false positives you will get. Whilst Bettor Value does provide one indicator, the kind of people who are really able to find value in a bet will spend time building a database, referring to their own information and observations.

They will consider external factors that a lot of people don’t because honestly, the only way to beat the bookies (and exchanges) is to know more than them. Condensing this down to two websites just doesn’t do it justice.

Again, I don’t think that Bettor Value is a bad product. This needs to be reiterated because there is some reasonable information in there. I can even see how it would help to direct your betting and even make you more profitable. But £50 is not an inconsequential amount of money to spend on a betting system. And if I put my hand on my heart, for this money, I think that there are better examples on the market for a similar price.

The website is also pretty poorly put together, which also makes me think about the validity of this product.

The betting world is a very competitive one, whether you are a bookie trying to offer the best odds or a tipster trying to offer the best product. One of the key elements is always going to be pricing and whilst £50 is a long way from the most expensive thing I have ever looked at, I can tell you several better services at the same cost.

It isn’t necessarily that Bettor Value isn’t good, it is just that it isn’t necessarily good enough.

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From: Simon Roberts