Product Name: Walkaway Winner
Author: Warren Blair
Successful Punter finally breaks his silence on how he’s able to walk away from the bookmakers with £26,503.04 in Tax Free Cash
Price: £37 plus VAT in UK
Money Back Guarantee: 60 day (Clickbank)
What Do You Get?
– 8 page PDF manual download
Where To Buy: http://www.walkawaywinner.com
The marketing for Warren Blair’s Walkaway Winner states that it is a win bet system for UK and Irish horse racing but actually only UK racing when manual was checked.
What’s It All About?
The system is said to provide between 2 and 10 “Value” back selections daily. It applies to handicap racing only and is a 4 step self selection system.
How Much Money Do I Need To Get Started?
You can start with any amount. The author recommends staking 10% of bank per selection.
How Much Money Can I Make?
See headlines. Profit of 2.2 points in trial period.
How Much Time Will I Need To Make This Work?
Few minutes daily.
Will I Need Any Equipment To Do This?
PC and internet access – uses Sporting Life website for data.
Value For Money?
Probably not but jury out.
Quality Of Customer Service?
This has the standard marketing story (improbable and the video says no more than the sparse marketing detail) and images of someone’s cars/villas etc. A novel twist is the apparent live log in to the author’s betting accounts which only prove that someone was able to place funds into an account and show the balance – not how the balance was achieved.
Being a Circle Media product there is the inevitable attempt to upsell (daily tips in this case) and the completely unnecessary insistence on confirming your email address even though all you are getting is a PDF download. This practice is becoming increasingly prevalent and is a clear abuse of the general system.
But what about the system itself? If ever there was a good example of why you should not take decisions based on the short term application of systems this is it. The comments on the thread have ranged from wonderful to giving up now and I think that the emotions that have been evoked are possibly the most dangerous aspect of the whole situation.
The process itself is quite straightforward and takes about 3 minutes per meeting at most. The only imponderable is that the selections will vary depending on the time of day that you make the selection as it is dependent on the number of runners and so can change. This probably accounts for the discrepancies seen on the thread comments.
For the purposes of this review I have taken the information at around 10am daily and unless the number of runners has ruled a selection out not re-visited the races.
As can be seen from the spreadsheet the number of selections is averaging just over 4 daily and after a torrid start when the bank was reduced to less than 30% of its starting value we have since seen some good profits made with a peak of 283% seen although we are back down to a mere 22% profit at the time I write this.
And therein lies the real danger as the fact that such a large profit has been seen could lure users into continuing long past when they should. I have added a chart on the spreadsheet showing the daily movements in the balance on the bank and it would not be out of place as a ride at Alton Towers.
The strike rate is a not unreasonable 25% given the relatively high average odds being seen. The more so when the basis of the selection method is the result of just one race of the given horse.
It is perhaps the staking plan that is the worry with 10% of your bank risked on each selection which takes a very strong nerve. And so I have also calculated the potential situation with a 1% point instead of 10% which can be seen on the “smallerstake” tab on the spreadsheet. Readers will note that the profit generated here is greater than the recommended staking plan and I imagine that it would not only be a great deal easier on the nerves but you will not be risking account closure at the bookmakers.
The jury must still be out on the system at this point but will update the results in a further month’s time.
You can see a full breakdown of my results so far here:
The second half of the trial has seen the strike rate decline to 21% with 53 winners to 195 losers. Using the recommended staking plan your bank is now down to just 1% of where it started but the more conservative 1 point progressive approach sees a loss of just 8 points. It does make you wonder if a little more experimenting with the system rues could produce something worthwhile. Over to Scarbough!!
I have updated the spreadsheet and graphic illustration of the bank balance which makes interesting viewing. Series 1 is the recommended staking plan and Series 2 the 1 point option.
We will not be updating results further but the wild extremes of comment we have seen here do perhaps demonstrate the need to fully consider all aspects of the service/system before passing final judgement.
You can see a full breakdown of my results here: