November 20, 2012

PAWS – Final Review

Overall this service is up by 52.87 points over the 90 day review period. There were 123 bets overall: 105 singles (win or each way) and 18 doubles. 14.9 points profit was from singles and 37.97 points profit was from doubles. The doubles results includes a win each way double of 58.84 points on October 6th at Wolverhampton.

The first two 30 day periods were profitable: +15.85 points, +60.56 points. The last 30 days had a loss of 23.54 points. Note there are very few profitable betting services that never have a losing month.

The profit return on the starting bank is 52.87%. The cost of three months service is £119.97. For a £10 bet per point, this gives a profit of £408.73.

The PAWS site results over the 324 days from Dec. 14th 2011 to 1st November 2012 show a gain of 231.48 points (134.75 points from singles and 96.73  points from doubles). This would correspond on average over 90 days to a gain of 64.3 points (37.43 points from singles and 26.87 from doubles).

So during our trial, in total PAWS has performed on average very similar to the site results; however, on singles worse and on doubles better.

The bets arrive by email usually between 10 and 11 am. Placing bets takes around 5 mins. I placed bets on BOG bookies. The prices advised by PAWS were nearly always available.

I am going to approve this service as it has returned a decent profitable return over the 90 day period.

Number of Days  90
Number of Betting Days 59
Number of Winning Months 2/3
Starting Bank  100 pts
Highest Bank   190.12 pts
Lowest Bank    101.5 pts
Current Bank   152.87 pts
Profit/Loss   +52.87 pts
Return on Bank = + 52.87%
Return on Time = +0.18 pts/min (assumes 5 mins on average per betting day)

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The bank has now doubled from a starting  level of  100 pts to 201.15  pts  after 390 days (end of Sept 13th 2013).

According to the staking instructions:  as the starting bank has now  doubled, the unit bet per race will now be doubled.

Note with the PAWS service:  there are additional profitable services that come as part of the  PAWS subscription for no extra charge.   More details about these services  in due course.

You can join PAWS here:

Filed under Backing,Each Way,Horse Racing Systems by Julian Daniels

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Allan November 21, 2012 at 12:17 pm

Yes we had a sub par 30 days, downsides happen but at the end of the day, as the reviewer showed, Paws makes a profit overall and we normally do better than the last 30 days. In fact that is the first 30 days that we have lost money! Thanks to the reviewer for his fair and honest review.

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