​Risky financial betting strategies

This
article will tell you about the financial betting strategies that
will lead you sooner or later to the bankruptcy.

Martingale Betting System

This
is the simplest and risky (dull) financial strategy. It was developed
for “red/black” betting in roulette. The main point is in
constant doubling of bets when you lose according to the rule 2, 4,
8, 16, 32 and so on. When the bet will play you will get in plus only
one basic (primary) bet. If you have open-ended budget and the
possibility to raise the bets constantly, this Martingale Betting
System is really profitable.

But
actually, this strategy has two obvious disadvantages.

You,
in fact, can’t have enough money all the time. Martingale Betting System can be used for a long period of time, but sooner or later you
will get into the situation when the series of “not guessing”
will last for too long and the necessary outcome hasn’t appear. You
money will end and you will lose your shirt.

Any
bookmaker has its limits and can stop accepting the bets at “the
most interesting” moment. This opportunity guarantees the bookmaker
the winning over the bettor, who is using Martingale Betting System.

For more details
see: Martingale
Betting System

D’alambert strategy

This
financial betting strategy is also known under the name “The
Pyramid” and as the previous one was developed initially for casino
games. When compared with Martingale Betting System it is a little
bit more sophisticated and as a result, it is less popular but less
risky too.

You
need to determine your single bet and then you mustn’t alter it:
for example $1, if the bet has lost your next bet is raised for this
one dollar. If you win – it is reduced for this one dollar.

This
strategy is usually used by those bettors who bet a lot (several
times a day). You will ask why? This is because this strategy can
return the money you lost. On the other hand, you can lose your money
very quickly if you have to wait for the necessary outcome for too
long.

D’alambert
strategy is quite acceptable under the coefficients 2 and higher.
That is, if you bet on sport events (football draw) this system is
quite possible.

That
is the example of this financial strategy with the coefficient 2:

 

Bet Winning Profit
1 0 -1
2 0 -3
3 6 0
2 0 -2
3 6 +1

 

In
order to make the risks smaller, after the winning it is possible to
decrease the sum of the bet not for “one unit”, but to start with
the initial bet. Regardless
of
the
coefficients
it
leads
to
losses.
For
example, with the coefficients 2.0 after three losses you will get
zero and then this zero will turn into minus:

 

Bet Winning Profit
1 0 -1
2 0 -3
3 6 0
1

 

Contra – D’alambert strategy

This
is the financial strategy with the similar idea, but the opposite
realization.

When
you lose you decrease the size of the next bet for “one unit” and
when you win – raise for “one unit”.

 

Bet Received Balance
1 +1 +1
2 +2 +3
3 +6 +6
4 -4 +2
3

 

You
need to start with high bets (the size should be of several
accountable units) in order you have the money you can take away.

This
strategy is very often used by the bettors who experience both
winnings and losses. That is, in case of the no-win series it
minimizes all losses and vice versa by the series of several winnings
in a row, it maximizes your profit.

Oscar’s Grind strategy

In
general, this strategy redoubles D’alambert strategy but with some
nuances:

Clear
profit by the end of each cycle must not exceed “one unit”.

You
need to reduce the size of bet to the size of the minimal possible
for the purpose of clear profit in “one unit”.

General
rules of financial Oscar’s Grind strategy:

initial
bet – $1 (£,
€ …).

the
size of bet after you have lost is equal to the size of the previous
bet.

after
winning the size of the bet is raised for “one unit”

An
example:

 

Bet Winning Profit
1 0 -1
1 0 -2
1 0 -3
1 0 -4
1 2 -3
2 0 -5
2 4 -3
3 6 0
1 2 +1

 

Oscar’s
Grind financial
strategy is
used
for
minimization
of
risks.
As
the previous ones this strategy is used by the bettors who practice
betting several times a day. The golden rule is not to apply it with
the coefficient is lower than 2.

Danish system

It
is twice risky financial betting strategy that is based on bets
raising when you lose and choosing the next outcomes with high
coefficient.

for
example: 1 bet – $1 with the coefficient = 2.00

in
case you lose: 2nd
bet – $2 with the coefficient = 2.50.

in
case you lose: 3rd
bet – $2 with the coefficient = 3.00.

in
case you win the profit will be 3*3-3-2-1=3$

Remember:
if the risk is high it is possible that you won’t get any profit.

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