Created by Harold Schmitt, 1 Pound Punt is an independent horse racing tipster service that provides subscribers with selections on long odd bets that allegedly maximise profits.
What is the product?
1 Pound Punt is a new tipster service operated by one Harold Schmitt that claims to be able to turn huge profits simply through £1 level stake betting. This is mostly achieved through a number of long odd bets that can range from doubles and trebles moving up to Trixies (3 doubles and a treble), Yankees (6 doubles, 4 trebles and a fourfold accumulator) and on one occasion, a Super Yankee or Canadian (a bet comprised of 26 bets made up of 10 doubles, 10 trebles, 5 fourfold accumulators and a fivefold accumulator). Unfortunately there is no information forthcoming on how the horses for these bets are selected. This makes 1 Pound Punt a low strike rate system with the statistics currently showing 16.6% so far for January. Unfortunately there is no proofing for 2014 to draw a better idea of what to expect. In terms of the service, selections aren’t a daily thing which is to be expected given the nature of 1 Pound Punt although when selections are available Harold Schmitt typically sends them out before midday. As is clear from the name, 1 Pound Punt uses a simple staking of £1 per bet with the biggest potential outlay on a given day being £26.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Harold Schmitt offers a monthly subscription for 1 Pound Punt which costs £19.95 per month. Alternatively you can sign up for a year of tips for a cost of £50 which is certainly the more attractive option. It is worth noting that membership for 1 Pound Punt is limited to 100 users. As a nice bonus there is also a 60 day money back guarantee in place as the service is sold through Clickbank. The income potential for 1 Pound Punt is claimed to be immense with Harold Schmitt saying that in 2014 he was able to make 3418.32 points of profit starting with a 100 point betting bank. As mentioned it is worth keeping in mind that there is no proofing for this.
Does the product provide value for money?
It is hard to judge whether 1 Pound Punt is value for money. On the surface of things this is a great service that is exceptionally well priced if you subscribe for a year however I have my doubts.
There is a lot that 1 Pound Punt offers that is definitely appealing and at a very reasonable price. In fact, I have seen services charging more for a month than Harold Schmitt charges for a year of 1 Pound Punt. There is definitely some potential to the method and with a bit of luck (because when you’re placing the kind of bets that 1 Pound Punt uses luck is a factor), there could be a profit. My biggest concern however lies with the lack of proofing for the allegedly fantastic year that Harold Schmitt had last year. There is also a worrying lack of information on the service or the tipster behind it outside of this. With that in mind I feel like 1 Pound Punt is something of a gamble however the money back guarantee does offer some assurances for this. At this point I think I’d say that 1 Pound Punt is worth watching until there is a larger sample of data available.