Oddsmaker Daily Review Danny Collins

Oddsmaker Daily is a new horse racing tipster service from Danny Collins that claims to be able to turn an extremely modest betting bank into a rather substantial profit.

What does the product offer?

Oddsmaker Daily is a brand new service that creator Danny Collins says changes how you can make money through betting by starting with small bets and slowly increasing staking. Interestingly there is very little information on what Oddsmaker Daily entails as a service with Danny Collins preferring to instead talk at length about his method of betting and how it is able to guarantee such large profits.

One of the key aspects of this is the staking plan which involves increasing your stakes as you have profitable months.

Perhaps not entirely surprisingly there is no proofing for Oddsmaker Daily which means that it isn’t even feasible to work things like a strike rate out from this.

How does the product work?

The whole thing is claimed to be based on a rather stringent approach to selective betting with only the best value bets being issued as selections.

To be completely honest, Oddsmaker Daily has more to say about how selections are made and what the theory is behind Danny Collins “formula” than the service itself. The whole thing is based around value first and foremost however before odds are even looked at, Oddsmaker Daily goes through its own allegedly rather strict ratings system which Danny Collins claims is of his own devising.

Once he has rated horses he then looks at the odds which are available which ultimately influence whether or not a horse is sent out as a tip.

There is a focus on longer odds with Danny Collins saying that he doesn’t see the point in backing horses which are low odds or less than evens, allegedly because you can lose as much money as you can earn.

What is the initial investment?

Danny Collins offers two different options if you want to purchase Oddsmaker Daily. The first of these is a monthly subscription which is sold at £19.95 per month. Alternatively, you can sign up for the whole year at a massively reduced amount of £99.

Both of these options are sold through Clickbank which means that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place should you be unhappy with the product.

What is the rate of return?

According to the sales material, Danny Collins says that his selections are able to turn an initial £20 betting bank into almost £1,500 of profit over a 12 month period.

This amounted to 208.45 points of profit however it is worth keeping in mind that Oddsmaker Daily has a rather unique staking plan.

Conclusion

On the surface of things Oddsmaker Daily looks like it’s worth a punt but personally I’m not convinced. I can definitely see Oddsmaker Daily working on paper however I can’t help but feel like this was where it was developed and possibly where it should stay.

The fact is that whilst Danny Collins is very good at making it look like he has put together a coherent tipster service in Oddsmaker Daily, he doesn’t provide any real evidence to show that his service works either.

Despite the low cost, this is one that I would avoid personally.

 

 

Comments (1)

I tried the Danny Collins oddsmaker daily for 8 months and have lost over 36 points in april(2019) with the recommended 10 point bank. My total lost with oddsmaker daily is over 1600 gbp. And he never responds to questions.
This is the worst betting service that I ever have tried.

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