Created by Ben Watson, 341 Winners is a horse racing tipster service that offers 3 selections daily and has a basis in allegedly slightly dodgy methods.
What is the product?
Creator Ben Watson starts by discussing being roped into a group of horse racing professional bettors who employed “dodgy” methods to earn their wins. After several were supposedly arrested, Ben Watson reverse engineered the process and the result is 341 Winners. 341 Winners is so named as each set of tips come with 3 different horses, one back to win, one each way and an outsider to place. These combined bets allegedly keep 341 Winners in the black. Selections come from Ben Watson’s network of informants (which he claims goes right to the top) as well as his studying of form.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
341 Winners comes with a one month trial at just £5 with the cost going up to £23 per month after that. As 341 Winners is sold though ClickBank there is also a 60 day money back guarantee in place. The returns for 341 Winners are advertised at 23.7 points per month or 284.4 points profit per year. This would £2844 per year on level £10 stakes.
Does the product provide value for money?
Despite the reasonably low price I don’t think 341 Winners does provide value for money for reasons I shall outline below.
I am rather unsure of 341 Winners. I think the story that it is sold on the back of seems very questionable and there is a distinctive lack of evidence as well. Things like strike rates and proofing are none existent which is without a shadow of a doubt my biggest issue with 341 Winners. The betting system itself seems questionable to me as well. There is potentially some merit but it seems to be mostly in place to reassure the uninitiated. All of this could be overlooked for big enough profits but 23.7 points without proofing simply isn’t enough for me to consider putting my own money into 341 Winners.