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Each Way Winning System Review

Each Way Winning System is a new to market horse racing tipster service which makes some incredible claims about the profitability of the service. Selections come courtesy of an unnamed tipster who was supposedly very high up in the horse racing industry.

Introduction to the Each Way Winning System

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times. If there is one reason more than any other that we all look at betting systems and tipster services, it is because we are looking to make money.

How much money will vary from one user to the next, but I think we can all agree that by and large, the more money, the better. Enter Each Way Winning System, a tipster service that claims a staggering income potential of £43,951 per month!. That means that within 12 months, you could hypothetically become a millionaire. 

each-way-winning-system-reviewHypothetically very much being the operative word there.  

There is no name attached to the product, so I will give them a name as: ZZ

What Does Each Way Winning System Offer?

So, with those incredible claims kept in mind, what exactly are you getting from Each Way Winning System? Fundamentally, this is a pretty straight forward horse racing tipster service. Selections are issued to subscribers on a daily basis and are sent out directly via email.

These are made available before 9am GMT which provides you with enough time to place the bets. It is interesting to note that the tipster behind Each Way Winning System says that you simply have to place the bets with a bookmaker of your choice. As such, if you were going to follow his advice, Oddschecker would benefit you hugely.

Moving on to the bets themselves, it shouldn’t come as any real surprise to learn that Each Way Winning System is a service which is based around each way betting. It is right there in the name of the service. There are a number of other elements of Each Way Winning System that don’t particularly defy any expectations either.

The volume of bets ranges from just 2-5 bets which is a very manageable number. One thing that does stand out however are the odds that you are backing horses at. This is in part where the focus on each way bets comes into play. Each Way Winning System works because of these longer odds, a point that I will pick up soon.

Next I want to talk about the staking plan, something which does appear to be in place for Each Way Winning System. At least to some degree. This is more than can be said for some tipster services that I have looked at before.

Effectively, all bets are advised to be backed to level stakes. The tipster behind the service says that you can bet as much as you want per point. Unfortunately, there is no detail on what kind of betting bank you need to get started with Each Way Winning System , however I would be inclined to aim for around 100 points.

Finally, I want to look at the strike rate, or at least, the lack thereof. In the sales material for Each Way Winning System, there is unfortunately no real information provided in this regard. There is an acknowledgement that betting on each way bets increases the strike rate compared to betting on win bets, however there is no context or numbers discussed.

Truth be told, I would be inclined to keep my expectations of Each Way Winning System rather minimal when it comes to the strike rate.

How Does Each Way Winning System Work?

The sales material for Each Way Winning System does a good job of providing you with some information regarding the selection process.

This is immediately offset by the fact that most of this information isn’t particularly insightful and is arguably obtuse in its presentation. For example, we are told that the selections are based off “using years of experience” that allows the team behind Each Way Winning System “to pinpoint selections that represent amazing value”.

We are also told that the tipster behind the service was “the Director of Integrity Services at the British Horse racing Authority”. This is a genuine position and it has recently been filled.

He states that in this time he came to understand how corrupt horse racing is with Race Stewards engaging in manipulating doping results. You would imagine that somebody in the position of Director of Integrity Services would work to shut this down.

Instead, the sales material for Each Way Winning System focuses on implying… Well, something, although I am not certain what exactly. I do believe though that the purpose of this element is to add some credence to the tipsters position though.

What is the Initial Investment?

When it comes to the cost of Each Way Winning System, it is suggested that the actual value of the service stands at £300. The sales material asks the question “How Much Is This Going To Cost Me?… £300, £100 … try £37.99!” which gets you access for a year. But the cost is also listed at £17 per month.

However at the time of writing, the cost is £30 which is a one time payment. All of this is massively questionable though and I am not really convinced that any of these numbers have any particular foundation in reality.

There is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place if you buy Each Way Winning System which is provided through the Clickbank sales platform.   

What is the Rate of Return?

The sales material for Each Way Winning System stands at a frankly unbelievable figure. I have touched upon the headlining figure which says that you can make almost £45,000 per month to £100 stakes.

The more appropriate figure is a points profit of 439.5 points. Every month. This is a figure that would represent a strong profit over the course of a year. But according to Each Way Winning System, your annual profit would work out at 5,274 points per annum.

Somehow though, we are told that the ROI for the service would be just 19%. It should be quite apparent that somewhere, some numbers don’t add up here at all. Honestly, I can’t say that I’m surprised by this fact.  

Conclusion on Each Way Winning System

We’re all looking to make money, right? If you weren’t then you probably wouldn’t be here. And the mouth watering prospect of making more money in a month than even particularly reputable tipster services make in a year is a very strong pull.

But whether or not these results are genuine or the result of simple marketing can make all the difference. One of the things that I have said many times before now is a quote from Astronomer Carl Sagan who said “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence”.

The screenshots for the testimonials also look fake…

I want to reiterate the fact that zz makes the claim that you can make more money in a month with Each Way Winning System than you could in a year with some other tipsters. That is a pretty extraordinary claim to me.

And yet the evidence is…Well, it is none existent. Unless you count pictures of a Porsche, a Country Manor, the Canals of Venice and a stack of £20 motes evidence. Which of course, I don’t.

As if this isn’t insulting enough, the sales material goes out of its way to talk at length about how other tipsters are out to fleece you. Zz even refers to them as “scam artists”.

He is right about the existence of questionable services, make no mistake, but there is no doubting that this is served, apparently blind to the huge dose of irony that exists. That isn’t to say that Each Way Winning System is a scam, but there are definitely questions that can be asked of the many claims that are made.

Every now and then, tipster services come along which I just can’t buy into. Each Way Winning System falls very definitively into this category. The whole idea of zz’s claimed previous position I don’t believe to be true.

I don’t believe for a single minute that the profits that are quoted are something that you can get close to in the slightest. I can’t even bring myself to make the argument that Each Way Winning System is inexpensive. There isn’t a single element of this service that I would consider recommending.  


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From: Simon Roberts