Three Staking Plans to Avoid

When it comes to placing your bets, there’s one thing you need to have and that is a staking plan. There are people who completely disagree with this and they say that you can just place level stakes on your selections but as far as we’re concerned, that’s naive and it’s avoiding a way of pushing that bank further and a way of making greater profits, faster.

However, before you dive into working out the perfect staking plan for you, we’re first going to look at the THREE you have to avoid. They’ve become pretty well known in the ‘gambling’ world, but that doesn’t mean that they are effective.

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Staking PlansStaking Plan #1 to Avoid: The Martingale

I’d be surprised if you’ve not heard about the Martingale Staking Plan. The logic behind it is brilliant and it’s incredibly easy to sell to a newbie (hence why so many use it and lose) but when it comes to putting it into practice, it really does slip up and if you ever have tried, you’ll no why.

All it takes is a losing run of 4, 5, 6 or more and you’re throwing huge sums of money onto bets to win a few quid. It’s probably easier to explain with an example:

So you start with £2.00 and every time you win, you double your money (yes, we’re going for the roulette example). But in this case, you lose so you double your stake to £4.00, you lose again and double it again to £8.00. So that’s 2 losses, now a 3rd loss and you double again to £16.00. So now you’re betting £16.00 after just 3 losses and this is to win £2.00!

A 4th loss and you’re going to have a £32.00 stake, a 5th loss will bring you to £64.00 and a 6th loss will bring you to a stake of £128.00 to win… That’s right, £2.00!

If you lose this 7th bet, you would have used a total bank of £254.00 to win £2.00… And you STILL haven’t made that £2.00 profit. Once you look at it like that, it’s not so appealing, is it?

Staking Plan #2 to Avoid: The Labouchere

As far as I’m concerned, the Labouchere Staking Plan is a disguised Martingale system… OK, it doesn’t involve doubling your bets, but your stakes can increase higher and higher and higher and then can get completely out of control.

It involves creating a sequence and adding the totals of the end values… Do you want a better explanation, then check out this Labouchere Staking Plan Click Here.

Staking Plan #3 to Avoid: Increasing Stakes on a Lay System

When it comes to lay betting, we would highly recommend using a fixed liability staking plan OR an increasing liability staking plan. We would recommend avoiding increasing stakes because with laying your stakes are not what you are risking as I am sure you are well away.

For example, a £10 stake on a 3.2 lay would risk £22 but a £10 stake on a 15.5 lay would risk £145… And that’s the same stakes. Imagine if you were increasing those stakes to recoup losses. Your lay bets would be MAMMOTH.

By avoiding those three types of Staking Plan, you can ensure you don’t waste your bank away and instead grow it. Keep an eye out for the next post in this series which will look at three staking plans you COULD use with your selection method.

You can download a good money management and staking plan for laying for FREE by Clicking Here

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