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Betting money management system

To apply this system you must follow 3 simple steps:

  • establish the bankroll and divide it into several parts
  • sett a target
  • determine the amount to bet – single bets and multiple bets

Establishing the bankroll and dividing it into several parts

Once you have established the sports betting bankroll, you can divide it into several parts, especially if it is consistent enough. To better understand, I’ll give you an example. You have 1,000 EUR to start betting online. It is advisable to divide this amount into 10 equal parts and play with the money only from a mini-bank. Once you have reached your proposed target, divide the new main bank into 10 equal parts. If you have lost a mini-bank it is not a problem because you have 9 more available.

The main bank: 1,000 EUR
Number of mini-banks: 10
Mini-bank: 100 EUR

Establishing a realistic target

Let’s say you proposed a 50% profit for each mini-bank. Thus, when you have reached the sum of 150 EUR you will have a total of 1,050 EUR, which means that you will again divide this amount into 10 other mini-banks. Of course, I just set an example, because everyone sets what goals they want to achieve.

Determining the amount to bet – single bets

Once we have determined how we should divide our bets money, you will have to decide how much to bet on each bet, depending on the odds. You have to be very careful about the analysis you have on the match. I said that the total amount of 1,000 EUR I divided it into 10 mini-banks of 100 EUR each. In the following examples will be given with amounts reported to a mini-bankroll, as you must also play.

First of all, it is not recommended to play odds below 1.20, as they are not worth the risk, as it has been proven over time. Probably many have lost important betting slips because of such odds. However, if you have a strategy that involves betting on this type of odds, nothing is wrong. It is recommended that it be used on odds of 1.20+.

I recommend that you risk a maximum of 15% on odds between 1.20-1.60, but only after you have analyzed the match correctly. This means that you can bet the maximum of 15 EUR, in our case, on odds of up to 1.60.

The ods between 1.60 and 2.20 recommend not to allocate more than 7% of the mini-bank. Thus, for this category, you can bet up to 7 EUR per event.

For odds greater than 2.20 I recommend not risking more than 5% of the mini-bank. Based on our example, this means 5 EUR. Of course, if you play odds of 20-30, when the chances of winning are extremely low, 1% is as high as you would like to bet.

Thus, after a few days, you can reach the target of 50% proposed and you can start again with the updated mini-banks, thus increasing the stakes, implicitly the winnings.

Determining the amount to bet – multiple bets

We have determined how we should divide our money and what percentage we should bet on a single event and now is the time to determine and how much money we must bet on a betting slip or combined events.

We recommend that the betting slips formed should not be in the “bombs” category, but betting slips with a maximum of 2-4 events that will form final odds between 2.50 and 4.00. Thus the chances of winning increase considerably, as opposed to betting slips with odds of 40-50 or higher.

For a betting slip with odds between 2.50 and 4.00, it is recommended to bet a maximum of 10%, considering that the respective events can be very risky if they form such a small final odds. Plus, with a betting slip won you can even recover 4 losses, which is not bad at all.

The betting slips that make up final odds between 4.00 and 8.00 should not receive more than 7%, generally, from the mini-bank. This means, compared to our example, a maximum of 7 EUR allocated to this type of betting slip.

Betting slips with odds between 8.00 and 20.00 are already becoming extremely difficult to win. So I recommend that you do not allocate more than 2% of the mini-bankroll for this category, which in our case means 2 EUR.

For “bomb” betting slips with final odds over 20, it is advisable not to allocate more than 1%. In fact, it is advisable not to even make such betting slips, because the winnings appear extremely rare and generally do not cover previous losses.