Win Picker Review – The Betting Club

Win Picker is a brand new horse racing tipster service which is operated by John and James Dobson. The pair claim that you can use incredibly low stakes in order to generate a quite substantial profit.

Introduction to Win Picker – Betting Club

I always love seeing claims like the headline for Win Picker. This reads “Are you sick and tired of all those bogus claims from so called “Tipsters” that NEVER live up to the hype?… Don’t Worry, I Have The Solution!”.

Well, if you are going to make that kind of claim, then I am of the opinion that your service should be absolutely spot on and as such, I will be holding John and James Dobson to even higher standards than I usually would. With all of this in mind, I am quite keen to see whether or not Win Picker is actually capable of making the money that it claims.

win-picker-review-betting-club In fact, if it could deliver even half of this, you would look at quite substantial profits.  

What Does Win Picker Offer?

Whilst John and James Dobson talk a very good game about how great Win Picker is supposed to be, the truth is that it is a very straight forward tipster service. Starting with the logistics, there is nothing here that you won’t have seen before. Selections are issued on a daily basis, directly to subscribers via email.

All that you have to do, John and James Dobson say, is place the bets that Win Picker advises. Now, it should be noted that there isn’t really any substantial information contained within these emails and as such, Oddschecker will serve you well.

Sticking with that theme of simplicity, the same thing applies to the bets themselves. Each day you can expect just one bet that you have to place. These are bets that according to John and James Dobson  are “not a bunch of low priced, favourite win selections”.

There is a very limited amount of information provided in terms of Win Picker and as such, whilst this has been demonstrated to be correct date, this is based off an incredibly narrow field of data.

It probably doesn’t come as any surprise to learn that the staking plan that is in place for Win Picker is also incredibly easy to follow (I feel like I’m running out of ways to say simple). That doesn’t however mean that it isn’t interesting. Especially given that John and James Dobson claim that the level stakes that you are betting to are just £2 per point. That is a very small number and I am not entirely sold on the idea that you can actually make the profits that are claimed on any sort of consistent basis.

This brings me on to the subject of a strike rate. John and James Dobson don’t ever make any particular claims for Win Picker however I do believe that there are some rather interesting implications. They say “ It is unrealistic to expect to win 100% of the time. There will be periods with lots of winners and periods with less winners.

As long as you stick with the system you have absolutely nothing to worry about”. This seems quite contradictory to a claim that Win Picker provides a “steady stream of winning bets”. It is also worth pointing out that there is no proofing for the service. This is particularly concerning for me for a number of reasons that I will discuss a little later.

How Does Win Picker Work?

Honestly, I would be lying if I didn’t say that Win Picker doesn’t sound impressive so far. Let’s be entirely honest here. John and James Dobson are claiming incredibly low stakes betting. They are claiming that their service has good results.

It is incredibly easy to use and follow. All of this however is somewhat tempered for me by the fact that there is no information provide about what exactly you are getting yourself into with Win Picker.

Truthfully, I don’t expect any tipster to go into excessive detail about what their selection process entails. It wouldn’t be fair to them. What I do expect however is that subscribers are given at least some information. With Win Picker we are told things like “It’s NOT a lay system!” and “It’s NOT one of “those” software programs that just kick out garbage”.

All that John and James Dobson say is that over the years, they have “developed a SIMPLE but VERY PROFITABLE method”. Furthermore, it takes just 15-20 minutes per day. I am very cynical of these claims however.

What is the Initial Investment?

There are two different options if you want to subscribe to Win Picker. The first of these is a monthly option which is priced at just £15 plus VAT. This is being sold as a limited time offer with the cost supposedly going up to £30 in the future.

It is worth noting that this isn’t a subscription based cost so you would have to pay this for each month. Alternatively, you can opt to sign up for Win Picker for 12 months at a cost of £60 plus VAT. This is again a limited time offer with John and James Dobson claiming that the cost of this will be £180 moving forward.

John and James Dobson are selling Win Picker through Clickbank which means that there is a full 60 day money back guarantee in place.

What is the Rate of Return?

The headline for Win Picker talks about making £295 as a daily profit. This is only one of the many numbers that are quoted in terms of the profit and loss though. There are a number of other examples, none of which actually ever end up quite adding up in my opinion.

For example, we are also told that John and James Dobson have made a profit of £3,770.40 “just last month”. It is worth noting that there is no proofing for any of this, and the only evidence that is actually provided for Win Picker is a somewhat questionable screenshot of a Betfair account.

Conclusion to to Win Picker – Betting Club

I don’t like to get too “legalese” with these reviews because honestly, most people in this line of work are salespeople and you can’t sell without perhaps stretching a few truths here and there. None the less, I do want to say that in the case of Win Picker, I believe that full onus should be on John and James Dobson to demonstrate that their service is able to deliver.

They make some very extraordinary claims and because I can’t quote Carl Sagan enough, extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.

Honestly though, I would settle for any kind of evidence. What John and James Dobson do with Win Picker is paint a very good picture of a lifestyle that they are selling. This includes things like “[going] to the gym or for a bike ride, play my guitar or for a bite to eat and not enjoy having to rush around working the 9-5 grind”.

They also show you what you could be spending your money on including a picture of an Aston Martin, a massive house, a yacht and a tropical beach. This is in spite of the fact that John and James Dobson deride “so called “experts”” who show you “super cars and footballer style mansions”. Pot, kettle, black?

From what I have seen of Win Picker to date, I would love it to be a genuine product. Nothing would give me greater pleasure than finding a tipster service that could make £900 per week from £2 bets. But that’s a 450 point per week average. More than most good tipsters would expect to make in a year. It doesn’t take much to see what John and James Dobson are doing here and that is selling a bad service in my opinion.

Yes, Win Picker is cheap. There isn’t a lot of dodging that particular bullet. It is also sounds undeniably appealing. In fact, the whole thing is a decent sales pitch. It is just a shame that I don’t believe that it can back this up. It isn’t very often that this kind of service actually ends up delivering on the promises made and Win Picker just doesn’t look any different.

Personally, I would give this one a wide berth. There are plenty of genuine products out there that will not make you 450 points per week. They may not even make 5% of that in a month But neither will Win Picker.  

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From: Simon Roberts