Hat Trick Harry is a new sports betting tipster service which is operated by the eponymous Harry Sutton. He says that the service aims to make steady profit, week on week.
Introduction to Hat Trick Harry
One of the most immediate things that stands out about Hat Trick Harry, if I’m completely honest, is that it all sounds pretty reasonable. In fact, I was very keen to look at Harry Sutton’s tips on the grounds that it appeared that it could be a genuinely exciting new tipster service.
Of course, I am something of a cynical beast. As such, I know that one of the best ways that any marketer can really sucker people in is by convincing them that something is believable. So, is Harry Sutton really a football tipster extraordinaire? Can Hat Trick Harry make me a decent second income? Let’s see if we can separate fact from fiction.
What Does Hat Trick Harry Offer?
So what exactly do you get when you sign up for Hat Trick Harry? As is the case with a lot of football betting services, Harry Sutton is keen to point out that this is not a daily horse racing tipster service. Whether or not you see this as a good thing will probably depend on your point of view.
I would prefer a tipster who doesn’t tip for the sake of it, whilst others like to bet daily and get the most possible value out of a tipster. In terms of the selections, when they are available it is very much what you would expect. They are sent out directly via email to Hat Trick Harry subscribers.
Moving back to the fact that Harry Sutton doesn’t tip every day for Hat Trick Harry, that doesn’t mean that this is a low volume tipster service. In fact, far from it. Because the service is based around Trixie bets, that means that you are effectively betting 4 times for every three games.
With the evidence demonstrating that you can expect as many as 3 sets of 3 bets on a given day. Naturally, this can make Hat Trick Harry somewhat pricey to bet along with. In terms of odds, this is football betting. The unfortunate truth of the matter is value is a hard thing to come by. As such, I wouldn’t come in expecting massive profits per win. Harry Sutton claims very moderate returns in what little evidence is provided too.
Interestingly, when it comes to staking Harry Sutton recommends a level staking plan. This means that you should only stake £10 per point on Hat Trick Harry. With 4 points per bet, that means £40 for every group of selections and potentially as much as £120 in a given day.
This isn’t an astronomical amount, however it is not a small amount of money either. Especially when you factor in that Harry Sutton recommends a betting bank of 100 points. Using low £10 stakes, this would mean £1,000 and putting 12% of your betting bank down on a busy day. That carries a lot of risk in my book.
One of the key factors in reaching this decision comes from the lack of a strike rate.
It is all well and good assigning a supposed number to the profit and loss of Hat Trick Harry, but the fact of the matter is that you will have no idea of what you can realistically expect in terms of returns. Especially when you factor in that all of the evidence that Harry Sutton has given for Hat Trick Harry seems to be very cherry picked examples.
How Does Hat Trick Harry Work?
Rather unfortunately, Harry Sutton makes no effort to talk about what the selection process behind Hat Trick Harry entails. There is a little bit of information that I want to touch on, but the blunt reality is that you are very much blindly accepting that there is reason behind them. This may not necessarily be a problem with proper proofing, as when this is provided you can at least get an idea of what you are getting into.
Unfortunately, Hat Trick Harry comes with no such thing.
The one small part of information that is provided relates to how the Trixie bets are superior to standard accumulators.
The logic here is that there is less risk involved with a Trixie as you don’t need all of the results to come in in order to profit. Effectively, you are winning more often, so you are able to maintain your betting bank. Whilst this is true and can make for better betting bank management, the fact that you are staking 4 points rather than 1 means that Hat Trick Harry isn’t leaning into quite the flawless solution that you are supposedly buying.
What is the Initial Investment?
There is just one option if you want to sign up to Hat Trick Harry and that is a single one time payment. Harry Sutton is asking £27 (plus VAT) in order to receive his selections. This runs until the end of the football season in May.
It is worth noting that sale of Hat Trick Harry is handled via Clickbank which means that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place. To credit Harry Sutton, this is very well advertised in the sales material.
What is the Rate of Return?
Hat Trick Harry is somewhat interesting in so much as isn’t really what I would call a definitive claim in terms of the income potential.
There is mention made of Harry Sutton generating £4,500 profit this season, however rather than focus on this, the sales material is instead very clearly focussed on showing individual bets that have won. In the case of Hat Trick Harry, this includes a number of examples that demonstrate where Harry Sutton’s bets have produced profits such as £141.74 off a £40 bet, or £142.78 over a weekend.
There is very little in the way of evidence for this outside of a choice screenshots.
Conclusion on the Hat Trick Harry service
Harry Sutton undoubtedly does a good job of marketing Hat Trick Harry as a viable option when you are choosing your tipster service.
This can be seen in how the profit potential is presented. What I mean by this, is that Harry Sutton does say that the profit and loss for Hat Trick Harry is calculated off £10 stakes. This helps to put into context the claim of £4,500 profit. This effectively means that in half a season, there have been some 450 points of profit. This is a hell of a lot of money and whilst I have seen this kind of result attained before now, I am not sold on the claim that Hat Trick Harry has done it.
There are a large number of reasons for this but ultimately, I feel like they can be boiled down to two distinct but intertwined reasons. Firstly, there is the fact that Harry Sutton has nothing to say about how the service works.
There are several mentions made of the existence of a betting system which seemingly is used in order to generate selections. Unfortunately, there is no insight provide into what this actually entails. As such, I am rather inclined to treat this claim with a pinch of salt. Feeding directly into that, there is the fact that there is no proofing provided for the service.
There are one or two examples of course however these are clearly cherrypicked. I don’t believe one iota that they represent a typical user experience.
So Hat Trick Harry is cheap, and there is supposed to be a lot of profit. But that represents quite a risk to me. I mean, 450 points in a season is feasible with a very good football tipster. 450 points in half a season is a much bigger leap and one that I simply can’t believe has happened.
With this in mind, I don’t believe that I would look to invest into Hat Trick Harry. I can’t see it getting even close to the claimed profits, if it makes any profit at all in the longer term.