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Ron’s Football Winners Review

Ron’s Football Winners is a sports betting system for football games that has been developed by Ron Black.

What does the product offer?

Ron’s Football Winners comes as a downloadable PDF that will teach you about his betting system and how to implement this in order to bet profitably. Ron Black claim that Ron’s Football Winners requires just 3-4 minutes per game that you are betting on. Ron’s Football Winners is advertised as having achieved a strike rate of 91%.

How does the product work?

Ron’s Football Winners uses a very specific betting method that makes use of odds on the HT/FT market. Ron Black also advises that Ron’s Football Winners splits 4 points between three different bets. This suggests to me that there is possibly some kind of arbitrage involved however this is only speculation on my behalf. Whilst Ron’s Football Winners only provides results for Premier League on the website the system can allegedly be applied to any game.

What is the initial investment?

Ron Black has made Ron’s Football Winners available for a one off cost of £19.95. This also comes with a 60 day money back guarantee courtesy of ClickBank.

What is the rate of return?

Betting purely on the Premier League, Ron Black claims that he was able to take a £100 bank to £4,120.32. This means that Ron’s Football Winners is theoretically scalable by betting on a larger number of leagues and games.


I am generally wary about betting systems that leave selections up to the purchaser as I often feel that it allows an exit strategy for the sellers. In the case of Ron’s Football Winners I am still not entirely sold but I do however feel that there may be something in this. The results are definitely believable and from what I have seen of the betting method there is some merit. The real beauty of Ron’s Football Winners lies in a combination of a low cost and a 60 day money back guarantee which allows you to try this with very little outlay to see if it really works for you.



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Tried it for a while and it didn’t work out for me. The search continues.

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From: Simon Roberts