Created by Thomas and provided by Winning Information Network, Each Way Statman provides each way tips for horse racing.
What is the product?
Each Way Statman is an email based horse racing tipster service that puts its emphasis on each way bets. The creator Thomas claims to have developed his system after obsessing over and investigating other successful betting systems for 3 years. He claims that from here he married together five different aspects from five different services with the result being his selection process for Each Way Statman. Since going live with Winning Information Network (a part of the Betfan group), Each Way Statman has produced an average strike rate of 42.24% with between one and three selections being made available when there are bets. It is worth stating at this point that Each Way Statman doesn’t provide a daily service and is still very much in its infancy having been operational for just the two months. Stakes are mixed for bets and appear to range from 1-4 points.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Each Way Statman comes with a 14 day trial which is available for a limited time only at a cost of £4.97. Once this has elapsed subscriptions will cost £44.40 for 28 days and £88.80 for 90 days. With Each Way Statman being a Betfan product there isn’t a refund policy in place as such however they do state that they will review requests. In terms of income Each Way Statman has shown a very positive start generating a 193.95 point profit since its inception.
Does the product provide value for money?
With the trial and the current results Each Way Statman definitely does provide value for money as it stands. That having been said it is still very early days for this service.
To use a racing analogy Each Way Statman has started very strongly and is definitely ahead of the pack in terms of profitability. The question is whether or not it can maintain this momentum. I have seen a few services that have started very strongly and quickly fizzled out and no tipster is immune to this. If you don’t mind taking a gamble then now may be a great time to get on board with Each Way Statman as Thomas seems to be very much in form. For the more conservative amongst you (myself included) I would leave this on my watch list to see how it does over a slightly longer time scale.