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Systematic Racing Review

Systematic Racing is a horse racing tipster service under the Betting Gods umbrella. The system offers a mixture of bets.

What does the product offer?

Systematic Racing is a horse racing tipster service that focuses on providing win and lay bets. Tips are sent out daily, typically before 10.30am with the number of selections varying hugely but ultimately averaging 4-5 per day. Betting Gods claims that Systematic Racing has been able to produce a strike rate of just 31.15% which is realistically below average. Systematic Racing uses a level 1 point staking system for both win bets and lay bets.

How does the product work?

As always with any of Betting God’s products information on how Systematic Racingis scarce at best. They say that the unnamed tipster behind Systematic Racing uses a systematic approach (hence the name) but I feel that without further embellishment this is something of an empty statement. Systematic Racing is also keen to push the fact that it makes use of both win and lay bets referring to it as a two pronged method although this doesn’t really mean anything.

What is the initial investment?

Systematic Racing is available for the first month for just £4.95 with costs then subsequently rising to £5.95 per week, £19.95 per month or £49.95 per quarter. All of these are backed by a 60 day money back guarantee as Systematic Racing is sold through ClickBank.

What is the rate of return?

This is something of a point of contention as Systematic Racing claims to have a profit since March of £545.70 but when you look at their results, the points profit for this period is just 27.27. This means that the cash value is using £20 stakes, something that isn’t clearly stated.

Conclusion

The main thing that I see when looking at Systematic Racing is the discrepancy on the profits. The fact is that 27.27 points over 3 and a half months isn’t the kind of output that you’d expect from a reputable tipster. If you factor in the monthly subscription cost of Systematic Racing as well, this number actually drops to around 20 points or 5 points per month. This doesn’t seem a worthwhile investment when you look at other tipster services out there.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts