Up down staking plan

 
Example
Bet # Stake £ Odds W-Win, L-Lose Single bet profit Overall profit
1 £10.00 3.0 W £20.00 £20.00
2 £10.00 2.5 L -£10.00 £10.00
3 £12.50 4.25 L -£12.50 -£2.50
4 £15.00 1.95 L -£15.00 -£17.50
5 £17.50 3.65 L -£17.50 -£35.00
6 £20.00 2.95 L -£20.00 -£55.00
7 £22.50 2.2 L -£22.50 -£77.50
8 £25.00 1.8 W £20.00 -£57.50
9 £20.00 3.2 W £44.00 -£13.50
10 £15.00 3.45 L -£15.00 -£28.50
11 £17.50 4.8 L -£17.50 -£46.00
12 £20.00 2.8 W £36.00 -£10.00
13 £15.00 5.0 W £60.00 £50.00
14 £10.00 3.0 W £20.00 £70.00
15 £10.00 9.4 L -£10.00 £60.00

Up and down staking plan changes your stake as you win and lose. When you win stake decreases by set amount and when you lose stake increases by set amount. As you lose you keep increasing stake as you expect things to change and that you start winning. But once you start winning with higher stakes you also start reducing your stake and returning to your initial stake amount, because every winning sequence must come to an end.

Depending on your strike rate and odds at which you bet you need to adjust amounts to increase and decrease stake on winning and losing bets. If your strike rate is high and you bet at low odds then you can increase stake more on losing bets and decrease it less on winning bets. But if you are betting at high odds then small increase will be enough to recover your loss and you should decrease stake more as your strike rate is probably low.



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