Odds Beater System is a new sports betting tipster service and betting system from Paul Daley. Focused on football, it revolves around a certain betting market and claims considerable success.
Introduction to Odds Beater System
Despite my best efforts, I have struggled to know where to start with Odds Beater System. There aren’t any headlines to dissect or obvious “in” points for the service. As such, I have decided to quote Paul Daley directly in what is a pretty close approximation of a headline:
Yes! Believe It Or Not, TODAY I’m Going To Reveal A Sensational And Highly-Profitable Football Betting Method That You Can Use, Starting Right Now… To Mercilessly Beat The Bookies At Their Own Game!
I know, it doesn’t half go on (all without really saying anything I would like to add), and there are more marketing buzwords there than you can shake a stick at. In fact, I’m surprised to see that laser targeted (or laser focused) hasn’t been used, an old stalwart that seemed to appear in every overly hyped marketing spiel a few years ago.
But sarcasm aside for a minute, Paul Daley does appear to offer a lot of bang for your buck with Odds Beater System. The question is, is it any good?
What Does Odds Beater System Offer?
For my money, Odds Beater System can be split up into two separate, but very much entwined betting services. The first of these is the actual Odds Beater System system. This is a step by step guide, written by Paul Daley, in which he provides you with the methods that he supposedly uses for his own betting.
Honestly, this is mostly what you are paying for when you sign up for Odds Beater System and most of what I have to say in this review will be focused on this element.
The quality of the guide that is include with Odds Beater System is passable. I don’t think that it is by any stretch of the imagination one of the better guides that I have looked at, nor is it the worse. One thing that I do want to highlight is that I do feel that there is a little bit of padding going on to increase the perceived value.
Given that Odds Beater System is already a pretty lightweight affair, this isn’t great. To credit Paul Daley, the writing is more than competent and ultimately, you should be able to follow along with the content.
One of the things that I want to talk about here is a number that Paul Daley consistently brings up, both in the sales material for Odds Beater System and in the product itself. This is a claimed win rate of 76% (or between 7 and 8 winning matches out of 10 as it is more frequently referred to as).
Perhaps in an ideal world, this is something that you could achieve, but being realistic, I don’t see this happening for most users. In fact, I find it rather telling that Paul Daley doesn’t provide much evidence of this for Odds Beater System.
As well as the core guide, Odds Beater System also ships with a tipster service of sorts. From what I have seen, these somewhat different to the bets that you would be identifying yourself, which begs the question of part of Odds Beater System Paul Daley is actually trying to market (a topic I want to come back to).
I should point out that I haven’t seen anything that demonstrates here that you will attain the heavily pushed strike rate either.
How Does Odds Beater System Work?
As is always the way when it comes to a betting system, talking about how it works is a difficult thing to do. I obviously don’t believe that it is fair for me to give away somebody’s betting system to you for free. Even giving away basic information can allow people to figure things out, and that isn’t fair on Paul Daley.
Whatever I think of it, he has invested time and money into Odds Beater System.
What I can say without being unreasonable is that Odds Beater System is based around backing both teams to score. This is an interesting betting market in so much as it is relatively easy to predict, even without a system.
It is also worth noting that because of how the system works, Odds Beater System is only really compatible with certain leagues. As such, you may not be able to bet every day with Paul Daley’s betting approach.
What is the Initial Investment?
There is only one option available if you want to buy Odds Beater System which is a one time payment of £15, a figure that is supposedly a limited time offer “for Christmas”. It is worth keeping in mind however that payment for the service is processed through Paypal.
This in turn means that when Paul Daley offers a 60 day money back guarantee on Odds Beater System, you will have to deal with the vendor directly if you want to claim this.
What is the Rate of Return?
There is a suggestion that in a single day of betting, you could expect to see a profit of £410. This is however seemingly based off an ideal scenario or quite large stakes. Outside of this, there is simply no indicator of how much money you can realistically expect to make with Odds Beater System.
Personally, I cannot see it being a massive amount, however I will acknowledge that there is some potential to make money here.
Conclusion on Odds Beater System
Honestly, I don’t believe that Odds Beater System is an inherently bad product. Whilst I am not entirely sold on it, it is apparent to me that Paul Daley has developed a system and he is sticking to his guns.
Truth be told, I just find it all to be a little bit… Well, basic. I suppose that in some respects, this isn’t necessarily the worst thing in the world, and I do feel like I ask a lot of services. But I also don’t think that this is a problem. At the end of the day, if you are paying for something, it should do what it claims.
I wish that this could be the end of it, but honestly, there are a few other points that I feel should be addressed. Firstly, and this is something that I have already touched on, the system does come with some restrictions.
How much of a problem that will be for you varies, but if I am going to consider any betting system, by and large, I expect to be able to do it on0 my own time.
I also have some questions about the effectiveness. Like a lot of self selection betting systems, I can see how Odds Beater System has the potential to be effective.
Unfortunately, I also feel like this is one that perhaps works better on paper than in practice. Don’t get me wrong. I believe that you will identify bets yourself with Odds Beater System and I would even go as far as to say that you might win some. But this may come with some practical hitches.
One of the saving graces here is the price. £15 is not a lot of money at all, and I feel like ultimately, what you get for it is probably about right. As such, I think that it is probably fair to say that Odds Beater System represents value for money to a degree. Especially when you factor in that you get access to tips as well.
Now, I don’t’ think a whole lot about the tips and I will happily admit that fact. They appear to be rather average and with no long term proofing, I will treat them as such until decent evidence is put before me.
Arguably the biggest problem that I have with Odds Beater System is that whilst it might be acceptable, there is just much much better available elsewhere on the market. I can appreciate that it isn’t necessarily football betting, but even on this website there is a fantastic guide to scalping on Betfair.
Through this, I can trade pretty much any day and time that I want and that is the freedom that I want from a betting system. Sure, you might pay more elsewhere, but if you are getting better, surely that is a better option?