Famous betting strategies
There are different betting strategies, each one with different variations, that players themselves developed in the betting process according to their individual needs. Some of the most popular are:
Martingale: is one of the most popular and the most risky systems. Its basic principle is that after every losing, the stake is doubled. For example, if we start with a bet of 1 and you lose then the next bet is 2, if you lose the next bet is 4, etc. If your bet is winning, it starts from 1. Stakes are always with a factor >= 2. We have to risk a large amount of money on an event.
Fibonacci numbers system: is very similar to the Martingale, with difference being in the steps which increase this bet loss: 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89 ... etc. In case of loss we go a step up. When we have a profit - 2 steps down. Play events with odds >= 2.
D'Alembert: is similar to the above mentioned two systems. When there is a loss, we increase the stake by one unit, and in success is reduced by one unit. For example: bet 1 and win, again bet 1, lose and bet 2 (increase the bet by one), you lose - the next bet is 3 (increase the bet by one), you lose the next bet is 4 (increase the bet by 1), win and next bet is 3 (reduced by 1).
Paroli system: is exactly the opposite of the Martingale. The amount increases with each winning bet, with any loss we start from an initial position. Increasing the proportion bets: 1, 2, 4, 16, 32 ... it is important to determine in advance until which step you will play before beginning.
1-3-2-6 system: is similar to the system Paroli. Follow the steps 1-3-2-6 and if you lose you go back to the beginning (to 1). The system is a complete cycle in which after step 6 you return to step 1.
- First and most important is to explore the game you want to bet.
- Determine the amount you will bet
- Match the strategy that meets your requirements.