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The Irish Angle Review

The Irish Angle is a subscription based email and text tipping system for Irish horse racing.

What does the product offer?

The system offers tips when available that are usually sent out 2-3 hours before the start of the race by the creator of The Irish Angle. There are also occasionally text messages sent to subscribers with “last minute” tips. Tips are not provided daily as the creator says he only likes to send them out when he is certain.

How does the product work?

The tips provided by The Irish Angle claim to be based around the creator’s allegedly extensive tipping network which includes “valets, the work riders and the stable hands not to mention the owners and trainers”. Outside of this there isn’t much information on how he makes selections.

What is the initial investment?

The Irish Angle costs £50 per month or is available for an annual fee of £450 providing 3 months for free. There is not mention of any money back guarantee on the product.

What is the rate of return?

There are no details provided by the creators in terms of what to expect either in the form of ROI or a strike rate. Results are published on the website but they seem to be designed to confuse and obfuscate the overall picture.

Conclusion

The results that are published on The Irish Angle, as mentioned, are rather unclear. They also seem to only go back to September which potentially casts into doubt the creator of The Irish Angle’s claim that he has been “a part of Irish Racing almost all my adult life”. There is also the lack of information on how his tips are generated. Yes, he claims to have an expansive network of tips but with very little on offer to prove any of this.

There is a lot of faith that would need to be shown in order to buy into The Irish Angle. For me there just isn’t enough supporting evidence for most of the claims. This coupled with a very high sale price just doesn’t come together to produce a package that is competitive in the market.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts