Created by Luke Banks, Betting Sniper is a horse racing betting system that the creator purports as being able to consistently profit through day to day racing.
What is the product?
Betting Sniper is a betting system that comes as a downloadable PDF which over 17 pages details how you can identify potential winning horses on certain types of race. The method that Betting Sniper employs isn’t actually too complicated being based around finding races on Betfair where there is an odds on winner predicted (less than even odds). You then check to see if a number of other sources (including Sporting Life and The Racing Post) have reached the same conclusion. You then look at their race history and if certain criterion are met then you are supposed to back said horse. This method of betting should produce at least one bet per day and once you are used to navigating the various sites etc. Betting Sniper shouldn’t take too long to implement. Luke Banks claims that you should have a very high strike rate which makes sense however what I find rather concerning is that there are no numbers to back this up, nor is there any proofing which means that whilst it seems logical that Betting Sniper would have a high strike rate, this is a technically unfounded comment.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Whilst Betting Sniper is free to download as well as utilising free resources, there are still certain costs involved, namely your betting bank. This is recommended to be at least 20 points (so £10 bets would require a £200 betting bank). Interestingly, Luke Banks says that Betting Sniper is restricted to just 50 downloads however I can see no evidence whatsoever that this is actually the case. In terms of returns on your investment, the minimum that you can expect to make with Betting Sniper is £56,679.72 per year although interestingly there are no claims about staking etc. On top of this, Luke Banks claims that since 2008 the methods that he teaches have made him in excess of £1,000,000. Personally I would be impressed if this system could actually make even a tenth of the claimed minimum.
Does the product provide value for money?
Given the fact that it is free and as such costs nothing to trial, it is difficult to make a case against Betting Sniper being value for money, however I don’t anticipate much in the way of earnings from it.
It is very clear from the get go that Betting Sniper is there to primarily direct you to products that cost money. This wouldn’t be a problem if you were getting a system that stood up on its own rights but personally I find Betting Sniper to be rather lacklustre. Since the entire premise is betting on odds on horses there is a limit in terms of how much you can make with this method of betting. There is a betting system in Betting Sniper that may work but you should absolutely keep in mind that there are restrictions and I would definitely recommend playing on paper before putting any money aside for a betting bank.