It is impossible to win every bet, but you can potentially still win in the future by employing the Martingale System. This progressive betting strategy requires one to double your betting sums on a chosen team’s game totals until they win.
Let’s say that the Golden State Warriors are averaging 108 points per game and have scored 110 points or more in their past five matches. After examining that day’s match-ups, you decide to bet $20 on the Warriors exceeding 110 points in their game against the Rockets. If the Warriors succeed, you win your bet and make a little profit.
Should they fail, the Martingale System requires one to suck it up and twice your bet to $40 that the Warriors will probably surpass 110 points into their following game against the Thunder. If the Warriors score 110 points or more, you will have covered your previous loss and made a few extra money. If they fail, the Martingale System requires you to double your previous bet to $80 and continue to create the identical wager until your fortune changes.
The keys to the Martingale System are patience, a large bankroll, and an understanding of statistical tendencies.
The keys to the Martingale System are patience, a sizable bankroll, and also an understanding of statistical trends. At some point, you are going to want to throw in the towel in case your losses become overly big, but if you’ve done your homework, then your patience should be rewarded. As they state, if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.
When using the Martingale System, you need to consider a group’s current scoring average, player match-ups, key injuries, and the pace of play for both teams. These variables will go a long way towards properly predicting the final score.
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