Triggers with tag "Staking plans"
Back on selection "Only one has 21 pts" after it has lost 3 consecutive games.
The Fibonacci staking plan.
Lay on a selection priced higher than 2.0 and recoup the loss according to a scheme.
Place a lay bet on some selection (hand, player) and then double the next bet if it lost.
This plan is based on so called Kelly criterion.
This is a basic loss recovery strategy where you add the previous loss to the next lay bet and revert to the original stake size once the bet has won.
This example combines a betting strategy with a Fibonacci staking plan.
Lay on "2 Card run" in HiLo in the first round.
The clue to this betting system is indeed held within its name. It is a very simple idea and can be simply stated as backing on the second last winning result.
Back on Banker all the time in the first round.
When there is a loss in the previous game, the amount of the lost stake is added to the next bet.
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.
HiPro86 staking plan
Lay on a selection according to the Lay "1-4" staking plan.
Whenever you find a staking plan listed here useful, here are the steps that you should take in order to make this plan work for your betting.
Lay on the selection priced between 2.0 and 11 according to the Maria staking plan.
Lay on a selection which is priced higher than 5.0 (the selection that has high chance to lose).
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.
This strategy is very much like the similar one for betting in Poker channel, only it lays on the second favourite, without any particular conditions.
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