Platinum Puck Profits is a new to market sports betting system focused on ice hockey. It has been created by a gentleman known simply as Dennis, whilst Steve Davidson of Winningmore is actually selling access to the system.
Introduction to Platinum Puck Profits
When it comes to betting systems there is a massive amount of variety available on the market. And yet, most of said availability is built around betting or trading on two different sports. Horse racing and football. Now, this makes perfect sense. There is more liquidity in the markets for these, there is arguably more data available, and it if I’m really blunt, these are the sports that people are typically looking to bet on. So the products sell better. But what if you are looking for something that’s a bit more niche?
Well, I can say with confidence that it doesn’t get much more niche than today’s subject, Platinum Puck Profits. Whilst I can’t lay claim to having never seen anything related to ice hockey (there have been a few tipsters in the past), what Steve Davidson is doing here is something entirely unique to me in offering a betting system. This unusual nature along with the fact that this is such a niche affair means that if Dennis’ system can work, it may well be a genuinely exciting one.
So far, so good, right? Absolutely. However, there are one or two caveats that need to be considered. And arguably the biggest in my book is the fact that in order to realistically get the most out of Platinum Puck Profits, you have to use bookmakers. What’s so bad about this exactly? Well, let’s just say that there are limitations to the bookies that offer this option. Steve Davidson does say that there are ways around this, but they offer less assurance. So, let’s get down to it.
What Does Platinum Puck Profits Offer?
When I look at something like Platinum Puck Profits, it can be rather difficult to know where to begin for a number of reasons. First things first, when I’m reviewing a betting system, I am always conscientious of the fact that somebody is ultimately selling a product. And as such, it isn’t really my place to start giving everything away for free. That just doesn’t seem fair in my mind.
The other issue, and this is something that is much more specific to Platinum Puck Profits, is that the system itself is actually incredibly simple. Something that I don’t say as a negative, despite the way that it may come across. It just means that building on that previous point, it is quite difficult to know how much to say and where to start.
None the less, I definitely have to start somewhere, and for me, that is probably what kinds of things you will be betting on. This is something that in my mind is quite interesting. You see, in theory, you can use Platinum Puck Profits on pretty much any ice hockey league in the world. Steve Davidson specifically names the Czech Republic and Sweden (both of which are currently up and running) as well as Switzerland, Finland, and Germany as options.
What this demonstrates, and I think it is a strong positive for Platinum Puck Profits as a system, is that it is a flexible approach. Of course, it should go without saying that you can also use this for betting on the NHL (arguably the biggest ice hockey league in the world), although, it comes strongly recommended that you avoid betting on the Canadian leagues.
As I’ve said a few times now, the approach of the system is a very simple one. This means that it will only take a few minutes of your time (at least, according to Steve Davidson) in order to identify where there are betting opportunities. It is worth keeping in mind however that your milage may vary with this and if I’m completely honest, I can’t help but feel like there is a bit of salesmanship here. Don’t get me wrong, it isn’t difficult, but saying you just need a few minutes is probably a bit misleading.
I’ll talk about the process a little later on, but one of the other key elements of Platinum Puck Profits is the need for using bookmakers. Now, we are told that this isn’t set in stone and that you can use betting exchanges as well, but that seems like more of a workaround. In fact, I’ll quote Steve Davidson who says “if you are going to use exchanges, there is a little bit more work”.
That doesn’t mean that you can’t or shouldn’t be using them. Far from it. But really, I think that if you want to get the most out of this then bookies are definitely the way to go. As I said, I don’t believe that Dennis ever set this up to really work with betting exchanges, rather, it has been something that has been made to fit.
There are a few final points that I want to discuss here. Firstly, it stands out to me that Platinum Puck Profits, in the main, isn’t a particularly high volume system. A look at the results that Steve Davidson provides shows that in a month, you might be betting on no more than 10 games. The big exception to this is the NHL where you can comfortably be betting on more than 20 games per month during the season.
The other main point that remains when talking about Platinum Puck Profits is the bets that you are placing, and the odds that you are betting at. And this is something that is really appealing to me. So, all that the system shows you how to do is identify which team will win a game, which is what you are betting on. However, all bets that you place should have odds of at least 2/1. This offers some strong potential in terms of profit.
And finally, I want to talk about the strike rate. Because historically, this has been a very successful system given the odds involved. So far this year, Steve Davidson shows proofing that demonstrates a 57% strike rate in the Swiss league, and claims a 57% strike rate in the Swedish league. Last year, across the Czech league, the NHL and the Swedish league, Dennis supposedly showed an average strike rate of 38.83% using Platinum Puck Profits.
How Does Platinum Puck Profits Work?
Now we come to the part of these reviews that is always difficult. Talking about how the system works. Like I’ve said, it isn’t fair to Dennis or Steve Davidson that I start giving away what the system is all about here. But at the same time, I don’t think it’s fair to not describe what you are getting into.
Here’s what I can say. There is a certain amount of rigidity to Platinum Puck Profits. This is something that is driven by that simplistic approach. Like Steve Davidson says, “Anyone using this Platinum Puck Profits will be betting on the same matches and outcome”. And I really do like to see this. Whilst I can really appreciate the benefits that come with a broader and more detailed betting system that teaches you how to bet, there can be a lot said for something that doesn’t leave room for interpretation as well.
One of the things that I also think that it’s fair to say is that a big part of Platinum Puck Profits is extracting value from bets. This is represented in the results which often show quite substantial ROI. This is all very clearly backed up by the fact that it is referred to that you should also be using Oddschecker (both to make your life easier, and to ensure you’re getting the best odds).
What is the Initial Investment?
If you want to purchase Platinum Puck Profits, there is only one option available. Typically, we are told, the cost should be £79.97. However, at the time of writing, there is a reduced one time cost of £49.97 which seemingly gives you access for life (Steve Davidson has a tendency to sell information based products on a limited license, however this isn’t mentioned here). Once you have signed up, you are taken to a proprietary Winningmore website where you can read the manual.
It is worth noting that as with anything from Steve Davidson, Platinum Puck Profits doesn’t come with any sort of money back guarantee. He says “Unlike companies that provide a tangible product that can be returned for a refund, our product is information. It can be used immediately upon viewing, and there is no product to return. Once a service has commenced, there can be no refund.”
What is the Rate of Return?
We are told that last year, Dennis made 313.88 points of profit across the Swedish League, the NHL, and the Czech Extraliga. That is a bloody good looking profit. So far for this season (3 months) the Czech and Swedish leagues are showing a profit of 37.3 points of profit. Meanwhile, the Swiss league which is being bet on due to the lack of US hockey at the moment is at 23.81 points of profit since the start of October.
It is worth noting that last year, the proofing put forward by Steve Davidson (which is by no means comprehensive, but I believe he has enough integrity that I don’t really question the results) shows that the NHL is definitely the star of the show here. Of the 313 points made last year, a shade over half of this came from the US (which is due to open on the 1st of January 2021).
Conclusion for Platinum Puck Profits
I’ll be quite upfront here and say that I fundamentally rather like Platinum Puck Profits. And whilst I am going to break this down firstly, I also think it is important to note that this also isn’t quite as black and white as it seems. In fact, there are a few things that are definitely worth keeping in mind if you’re considering this. But let’s start with the positives.
First things first, let’s talk profit. The results are impressive. If they were a tipster service, I’d be saying that they are very strong for the course of a year. However, it is worth keeping in mind that small fact that you have to be checking for bets every day if you want to get these results. And whilst Platinum Puck Profits may be pretty straightforward by betting system standards, that can take work and discipline.
And whilst we’ve touched on it, that simplicity is welcome. Whilst there are definitely better betting systems that can teach you much broader skills than Platinum Puck Profits, this is a pretty good entry point if you’re looking for something that you can do for a bit of fun when you have some time spare. Furthermore, most people should be fine following the instructions.
The final biggest positive is also something that somewhat counts against Platinum Puck Profits, and that is the niche nature of the product. You see, I often talk about building a betting portfolio. This effectively means setting up your betting in such a way that all of your eggs aren’t in one basket. And of course this means that you ideally want to be covering as many sports as possible. Now let’s be honest, how many people have a hockey betting system?
Now let’s talk about how that counts against Platinum Puck Profits. Because the fact is that if you are looking at Platinum Puck Profits as your first betting system, there are probably better options out there in terms of some of the more liquid sports and betting markets. Don’t get me wrong, you could just run this as your only betting system, but I believe that your money could also work harder elsewhere if you haven’t covered those bases.
The other big issue for me is the reliance on using bookmakers. Unfortunately, you don’t have that much choice for some of the leagues. And if you are winning often, there comes restrictions and potentially account closures. Which is of course less than ideal. Now you can adapt this to exchanges, but it does mean more work and time. Is that a deal-breaker? Not necessarily, but I don’t think it’s an insignificant consideration either.
So, is this worth it? To the right person, I think that it is worth some serious consideration. The pricing is pretty reasonable (so long as you can get it at the lower price, otherwise, I think there are much better options for the money), the quality isn’t bad at all, and ultimately, I believe that this can bring you a profit. It really is an attractive option.
With that said, I am not certain about the longer term sustainability of this if you are using it as your sole betting system. Really, I think that Platinum Puck Profits would be at its best as part of a wider portfolio where it might be better adding small and consistent returns to you rather than going whole hog with big bets. Because once you start using betting exchanges, I do think it rather blunts the edge that is offered.