Triggers with tag "BACK"

  • Back on Only one has 21 pts with partial loss recoupment
    Back on selection "Only one has 21 pts" after it has lost 3 consecutive games.
  • Backing according to the Fibonacci plan
    The Fibonacci staking plan.
  • Backing on all hands except the one that has won 2 times in a row
    If certain hand has won two (or more) times in a row, then in the next game back on the other three hands, to win equal profit if one of them wins.
  • Laying on Card 11 and backing on every other selection
    In the first round of each game place a lay bet on selection "Card 11" and in the same time a back bet of the same size on selection "Card 1 or further".
  • Using P/L trend to back and lay the favourite
    Here's an experimental strategy based on the unique X-Feeder parameter - the P/L trend.
  • Pattern backing with Fibonacci staking plan
    This example combines a betting strategy with a Fibonacci staking plan.
  • Back on 'Card 11' in the first round, then either green up or distribute the loss equally.
    In the first round of each HiLo game back on the "Card 11".
  • Backing on Banker doubling the stake after loss, ignoring Tie
    Back on Banker all the time in the first round.
  • Back on Card 1 in three games in a row, after it lost in 3 consecutive games.
    Back on "Card 1 or further" in the first round, three times in a row, after the selection has lost three consecutive games.
  • Simple backing loss recovery
    When there is a loss in the previous game, the amount of the lost stake is added to the next bet.
  • Alternate backing on Banker and Player with Dalembert plan
    Wait till either Banker or Player have lost at least 1 game (they may lose more). If in the next game that selection wins, then back on it in the game that comes after the winning one.
  • Modified Green-Up (profit or zero loss)
    Obtaining profit when the lay bet wins.
  • Back Dutching the first two favs with additional conditions
    Back Dutch on the first two favourites at Preflop in Poker, but only if the other two hands (the ones with the highest prices) do not have suited cards, a pair or cards in sequence.
  • Betting according to wins advantage
    If two or more selections have equal chances to win a game, out of last, say, 100 games they will have won equal number of times. Once one of them starts winning more frequently than the others, this gives you a reason to think that it will enter a losing streak pretty soon.
  • Backing on the winner except Tie
    This is a very simple strategy, but surprisingly many of our users are struggling with making a trigger.
  • Backing to leave the fav with profit and second fav with zero P/L
    Back on the first two favourites in the fourth round (at Turn) so that there is profit on the favourite and a zero P/L on the second favourite (and negative P/L on the remaining hands).
  • Backing on the selection holding the minimum handicap and the maximum points
    In the third round, after the first three cards are taken out of the deck, back on the selection that is dealt handicap cards with the least points, and whose actual points are the maximum.
  • Backing according to the D'Alembert staking plan
    If a bet lost, increase the size of the bet by 1 unit. If it won, reduce the next bet by 1 unit. Limit the size of the stake to 10 units.
  • Back-Dutching the first two favs at Preflop
    Place back bets on the first two favourites (the hands with the lowest prices) at Preflop, so that if any of them wins, you win a fixed amount.
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