Oddsonuwin Review

Oddsonuwin is a horse racing tipster service by John Wilson. The service provides tips for various kinds of UK and Irish horse races.

What does the product offer?

Oddsonuwin gives users tips on all weather, flat and jumps horse races across the UK and Ireland. John Wilson claims that the system has been immensely successful in the 6 years that it has been operational. In order to use Oddsonuwin you its fullest capacity a Betfair account is highly recommended.

How does the product work?

Oddsonuwin places a heavy emphasis on backing favourites on a win and lay basis depending on the tips that re received. All selections are claimed to be the result of extensive research of winners based around certain tracks, i.e. certain tracks are claimed to show a higher concentration of favourites winning. John Wilson says that Oddsonuwin is able to use that to predict whether to back or lay against the favourite.

What is the initial investment?

John Wilson has made Oddsonuwin available for £30.57 per month (plus VAT for EU residents). As it is sold through ClickBank there is a 60 day money back guarantee in place.

What is the rate of return?

Oddsonuwin has claimed to produce an average profit of 81 points per month. Over the last 6 years this is clamed t have produced 5,767 points or 961 per year.


Oddsonuwin is oddly reassuring for a tipster service in so much as it has a firm basis in statistical analysis. I also like that John Wilson openly discusses the methods behind his system before you buy. This allows you to really get a feel for the product. In terms of the results, assuming those published are true representations that Oddsonuwin is real winner. 961 points per year is the kind of success that most tipster services can only aspire to.

I believe that Oddsonuwin has strong potential to be an important part of any tipsters portfolio. The results offered seem great but it is worth keeping in mind that there is a lack of proper proofing for Oddsonuwin. This means that you are taking the word of the creators alone. That having been said there is a 60 day money back guarantee so there seems little reason to not play on paper and decide if it is capable of delivering the claimed results.



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From: Simon Roberts