Odds on Ron 2 is a piece of betting software created by Paul Thistlewood that automates the process and rules established by version 1 of the system.
What does the product offer?
Odds on Ron 2 is a downloadable version of Paul Thistlewood’s Odds on Ron betting system. Coming as a piece of Windows compatible software, Odds on Ron 2 fully incorporates the Odds on Ron system whilst streamlining and simplifying everything. This is a great boon as much of the original Odds on Ron system involved you being at a computer to get the most out of it. Whilst there is unfortunately no published strike rate, one testimonial claims that they get 7/10 bets correct using Odds on Ron 2.
How does the product work?
The original Odds on Ron involved you making your selections based around certain bookmakers’ odds on certain races. By automating this process, Paul Thistlewood has allowed Odds on Ron 2 to remove a significant margin of error.
What is the initial investment?
Paul Thistlewood is marketing Odds on Ron 2 for a one off cost of £27 however this figure is limited to the first ten copies sold. Once they have sold out, Odds on Ron 2 will allegedly sell for £155. Because it is sold through Clickbank, Odds on Ron 2 also comes with a 60 day money back guarantee.
What is the rate of return?
Unfortunately there is no proofing for Odds on Ron 2 however a chart of income since Odds on Ron’s inception shows that the average profit per month for Odds on Ron 2 is a little over £3,000.
The original format Odds on Ron was generally well received and as a result it is easy to see why Paul Thistlewood has developed his system into a computer programme. I have rather mixed feelings about Odds on Ron 2 in so much as for 2012 and 2013 using the PDF system, Odds on Ron was able to make around £700 and £1200 per month. This would mean that the automated version has almost tripled profitability which without proofing, I am not entirely convinced about.