Midas World Racing is a new to market horse racing betting system that is being offered by Steve G. He claims that his newest service can produce some huge monthly profits.
Introduction to Midas World Racing
It has been a while since I’ve looked at a service that I feel is best introduced by the author themselves. Normally, I like to offer a bit of context, talk about the wider situation, why something has been brought to my attention. But to quote Steve G’s headline:
“Betting Expert Makes £20,481.50 In 6 Months Using Global Racing System that Finds Consistent Daily Winners!!”.
Why wouldn’t you want that?
The thing is, that tells you everything that you need to know about Midas World Racing, right? Well, I’m not quite convinced by this if I’m entirely honest. In actual fact, I think that there is a massive amount that needs to be asked of this headline. The truth is that what Steve G is claiming, is something quite extraordinary. It also happens to have landed at the convenient time when UK based sports are cancelled.
Honestly, I am a little bit sceptical about Midas World Racing. Right out of the gates, I think that is a reasonable thing to be upfront about. That headline sounds amazing, but I also think that there is a lot of context to be provided for it. With that said, the thing with something like this, is that even if Steve G can deliver just 10% of his claimed results, it could still be a decent performer.
What Does Midas World Racing Offer?
In many respects, I think that there is actually quite a lot to Midas World Racing. Effectively, Steve G is offering two systems. And on top of that, there are also two different packages available, with one offering slightly more for you money. (a topic I will be picking up a little later). What this means is that there are bags of content here. But quantity does not mean quality.
So, with effectively two different betting systems, where do you start with Midas World Racing? Well, as mentioned, there two systems. The Midas World Racing system and the Value World Racing System. Naturally, given the shared authorship, there is a fair amount of overlap between to the two systems, and that is where I want to pick things up.
Now, both systems are downloadable manuals. They can be saved as either a PDF or a Word Document. Honestly, neither of the two tomes are particularly hefty, nor are they necessarily the best written things.
Don’t get me wrong. You shouldn’t misunderstand what Steve G is getting at and teaching you. And whilst the writing may not be the greatest, the overall layout is actually pretty decent. I honestly don’t think that you’ll struggle following the methodology if you simply start at page one and read. This sounds like something that shouldn’t be a feature, but it is a rarity.
And that really is about where the overlap lies. You have two fundamentally well put together betting systems, that aren’t particularly well written. From there, the differences are massively pronounced, and it makes it a little difficult to know which of the two systems that make up Midas World Racing, you should be starting with.
For my money, you are ultimately paying for the Midas World Racing System. It is eponymous with the service, and really, even Steve G himself refers to the other system as being an “additional system”, although that doesn’t negate the importance of examining it. It also happens to be probably the most interesting.
We are told that this method has a “lucrative high strike rate” and that the system has been designed to help you cash out on popular horses. And fundamentally, that is what it does. What really stands out given the current environment though is the claim that this will work on American, Australian, Hong Kong, and Japanese horse racing.
This is the kind of thing that I have seen a hell of a lot of recently, and most of it has been… Well, a bit ropey, if I’m really blunt. Does this apply to Midas World Racing though? To some degree. I’ll be entirely fair here. I can see how the approach that Steve G has taken with Midas World Racing could be applied to any horse racing really.
The thing with this is that ultimately, most decent betting systems should allow for this level of flexibility anyway. After all, in theory, if you have a genuinely good system and not something that is anomalous, the results should be repeatable.
As for the “lucrative high strike rate”, I’m less convinced about that if I’m completely honest. Even looking at Steve G’s own proofing, “Month 7” has a strike rate of 22.8%. This is noteworthy for a few reasons. Firstly, “Month 7” seems to be the only month that has featured some kind of live testing. Secondly, those other months have a maximum strike rate of 32.78%. A very long way from “lucrative high”.
The Value World Racing System which is the other element of Midas World Racing as a wider product concerns itself with finding value horses and how you can leverage this to “beat the bookies”. This is a much more typical example of a betting system than the “Midas World Racing System”.
Honestly, I don’t really see anything here that I would say is particularly outstanding or clever. It isn’t that I don’t think that the value system can’t work. But I think getting it to work simply won’t be as straightforward as it may appear.
That isn’t something that is unique to the Value World Racing System though. When you look at a lot of betting systems, it can be very apparent that making something work on paper is quite simple. Making it work in reality is a very different kettle of fish.
As a final note in terms of the wider offering for Midas World Racing, if you sign up for the more expensive “Midas Mega Deal” there are also tips available. Steve G says that these will be offered for UK and Irish racing once that finally starts back up. What this will entail is of course yet to be seen, but I find it unlikely that there will be anything particularly unique about this.
How Does Midas World Racing Work?
When it comes to talking about how Midas World Racing works, it is a bit of a difficult thing for me. The fact of the matter is, it doesn’t matter what I think of a service, the fact remains that I don’t believe it is reasonable to give away the details of somebody else’s system here for free. Especially when it is kept behind a paywall.
With that said, I think that there are probably a few things that I can at least talk about to create a little context. Now the actual Midas World Racing System is all about looking at betting markets and movements. This is something that can actually work really well and, if I’m completely fair to Steve G, this isn’t the worst example I have seen. There are some real stinkers out there.
As the name of the Value World Racing System suggests, the focus here is on finding value. It is a very different beast. It is much more difficult to talk about this one because I feel that ultimately, there is less to it. What I will say is that you aren’t as likely to win, however, the focus is on finding larger profits to balance out the losses that you encounter.
What is the Initial Investment?
There are two options that are available if you want to sign up to Midas World Racing. The first of these is just access to the two systems. This is priced at a one time cost of just £19 (plus VAT) which seems very reasonable. Alternatively, you can sign up to the receive the additional tips on the “Midas Mega Deal” at a cost of £39 (again, plus VAT) which supposedly represents a pretty substantial reduction on the “real value” of £88.
Both of these options come with a full 30 day money back guarantee. This is backed up by the fact that Midas World Racing is being sold through Clickbank who are generally pretty good, so long as you aren’t abusing their refund policy.
What is the Rate of Return?
The headlining number for Midas World Racing is that you can make up to £7,475 profit per month. This is based off £100 stakes and is also the best month that Steve G has encountered. Realistically though, I don’t think that many people will find that they get close to this result for reasons that I will explore.
Interestingly, if you sign up for the additional tips, we are told that you can expect to see an additional £30,509 of profit. Again I am massively sceptical of this number, and again, I don’t believe that it is representative of most people’s experiences. In actual fact, this number seems to be based off some 5 years of tips to £100 stakes.
Conclusion for Midas World Racing
Obviously, the ultimate question with anything that I review is whether or not it is something that I would recommend. In the case of Midas World Racing, there is a short answer, and there is a long answer. And they both have slightly different outcomes, which is an interesting place to end up I suppose.
The short answer to this is no, I wouldn’t recommend Midas World Racing. There are a few reasons for this, but what it ultimately boils down to is that I don’t believe for a single minute that you will get close to what Steve G is claiming to offer. As such, it simply isn’t worth it.
I think that this is something you can sink quite a lot of time and effort into and easily struggle. And with that in mind, if you are looking purely for a way to make money, it’s just not very good. Especially when there are much better and proven systems on the market. Will they cost you £20? No, they won’t. But let’s be fair here, you often get what you pay for.
And now we come to the long answer. Is Midas World Racing worth £20? Potentially. Look, I stand by what I’ve already said. As a way of solely making money, this just doesn’t strike me as being worthwhile. But that doesn’t mean that there is no value at all in it.
My thing is that I don’t think I see this as being a really complete betting system. I have looked at a lot of those, and honestly, they don’t fit into a couple of Word or PDF documents. The Betfair Scalping System that we recommend here definitely does work. Do you know what that entails? There are over 40 hours of video content. There are more than 14 hours of members showing that it works. That kind of puts things in perspective.
So why might Midas World Racing be worth it? I believe that there is potential to use the methodology to some degree. And at that point it becomes a question of whether or not £20 is worth paying for 2 different ideas. In that regard, there is potentially some value to be had here. Especially if you are looking to play about with something new whilst we are in lock-down (because let’s be honest, you can’t avoid the fact that it’s a thing).
Ultimately, that’s where I am with Midas World Racing. As an “out of the box” money making solution, I’d say it’s a pretty big no go. There are much better options on the market. They’ll cost you more, but your betting should generally be about quality rather than quantity if you want long term profits. But there is at least some merit for the £20 cost.