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Multiple betting technique with cover

The technique of multiple bets with coverage is based on an algorithm that provides multiple coverage as the events are guessed.

The concept is simple: as events are played out we get covered. If they are guessed we spend money on coverage and continue our martingale. If an event of the multiple is a loser, we will have won in the coverage everything we have spent so far and a small gain.

Some things are very important:

The events to be inserted in the multiple must be chosen at least 2-3 hours apart from each other so as to have time to adjust our operations. In essence, the previous event must be concluded. (Attention to tennis because there can often be delays).

Operating on the same bookmaker the odds must be chosen so that they are in line with those of the market (in other words if that bookmaker shares the sign 1 to 1.8 while the other bookmakers rate the sign 1 at much higher odds, it is better change sign, for example choose X or another market eg under / over or do not enter that event and choose another one).

It is advisable to include in the multiple at least 6-7 events, even better if more for two fundamental reasons:

Take advantage of the bonuses that are generally offered if the multiple contains many events
We guarantee ourselves from the covering made at high costs so that we can compensate it.

Event coverage

I anticipate a question that many of you will have asked or will surely come if they want to use this technique.

Question: If in my multiple I have the sign 1 at an altitude of 1.8 and in the exchange site I find it bankable at 1.9 if I deal with it I cover myself by spending a higher amount than I would win. If I guessed I would have the second event, for example an under 2.5 at a bankable rate of 1.6 at 1.7. Even in this case I should cover everything I have spent so far, still spending a higher amount than I would win and continuing until the end, if my multiple were successful I would have spent a higher amount than I would win.

Answer: Certainly a small skill is needed to try to cover yourself up by spending as little as possible or taking small calculated risks, but in general you never go negative.

Here are some ideas that we will explore later in an article dedicated to coatings:

1. Under. In this case we can cover with different techniques. We know that the under share goes down as the minutes pass.

One technique is to lay a sum and then wait for the odds to drop to continue to bank when we are missing for the complete covering in order to lay the covering amount on average at a lower level than the peak one in the multiple. It is risky, because in the case of goals in the first minutes we will find ourselves at a higher bank odds

Another technique is to lay a higher amount than the covering amount and then bet the excess in the event of a goal at a higher amount. In this case we will be covered without risk, but if there was no goal we will not be able to lower our exposure

Another technique is to bet a higher amount in pre-live and then immediately place it in the bank in live mode at a lower price. Also in this case the so-called 1 minute goal is met.

2. Sign 1. In the case of having played the sign 1 (the favorite) we can also operate in different ways:

Cover it with the X sign in order to get back the amount spent so far and a lower sum on the 2 sign going to lose a few euros in case of exit of this last sign. Maybe in the case of goals we can adjust our exposure.

Another technique here is to immediately bank the 1 sign by a larger amount and then wait for the 1 share to go up (or because the favorite’s goal does not arrive or because it marks the opposing team. In the latter case, the covering takes place at very low costs and it is not rare that the favorite then wins in comeback especially if the goal happened in the first minutes).

3. Bets without covering. They must be inserted at the beginning of martingale with the aim of starting already with a% advantage. For example, bets like 1X pay very little or Under “easy” like under 4.5, etc. However, it is always good to cover up live because everything can always happen, perhaps after the goal has come.

4. Other techniques. Other markets are going to be used, for example the market of the exact result to cover under or the market of odd / even.

5. The middles. Middles are used, especially when our recalculated odds are high.

These of course are only ideas, but even if we have covered for a higher amount than our odds, we can count on the lower cost of the previous bets and the bonuses.

Obviously there may be circumstances in which we can face losses, for example the cases indicated below, but we must also ask ourselves how many times it happens especially if we have inserted 6 or more.

We played the sign 1 (the favorite) and we immediately banked it at a bank rate higher than that of our multiple. The team immediately scored a goal.
We played under 2.5 straight away and the game ended smoothly at 0-0
and similar things for all the events included in the multiple. In this case we will face losses, but proportionately small because they are generally mitigated by the bonuses.

The meaning of the fields

We are familiar with some terms used in our spreadsheet. After entering all the required fields (events, bet type, odds, multiple amount, total amount of winnings including any bonus, commission percentage on the exchange site we use) the sheet presents us with a series of fields by line , where in some we are going to enter values, others will be used to make decisions.

Spreading the bonus. This is the first information we’re going to enter. For example if the multiple gives us the right to a bonus we can decide how to spread it, if only in the last game, in the last two, in the last three, etc.

Covering amount. It is quite intuitive and it is an input field where we will insert the amount we spent to cover it for that event.

Progressive losses. We have called progressive losses the total amount we have spent so far and it is also the amount we should earn minimum in the next event to get a profit.

Recalculated odds. There are the odds that are recalculated for the event in progress considering the amount of coverage of all previous events. If we have been good, we can find ourselves with a very high recalculated share value. In this case we can make some decisions. For example, by entering the share offered by the exchange site to bank for that event, we can already know how much to lay considering the% commission entered. Or we can make interesting games to try to get double winnings, for example:

The next event is an Under 3.5 that we have in a multiple of 1.4 bankable on an exchange site at 1.5. Our recalculation odds shows a value of 3.2. We can go to bank instead of the under 3.5 market the under 2.5 market which is bankable at 1.9. We are going to spend a little more because we are going to lay the under 2.5 which has higher odds than the 3.5 but in the case of 3 goals we will have won on the cover and our multiple will continue because we will then go on to bank the market too of the under 3.5 with further winnings if the goals were 4.

Still considering the previous example, if we have as a follow-up event an under 3.5 and high recalculated odds we can check the bank share of the under 2.5. If the recalculated odds are bigger we can decide to wait before the under 3.5 bank because even if there was a goal in the first minutes the under 3.5 will always be bankable at a lower value than our recalculated odds.

Another example: we have in our multiple an Under 2.5 with very high recalculated odds. Instead of aiming to cover ourselves on the over 2.5 we can bet on over 1.5. If there are 2 goals we will have won immediately and our under 2.5 will still be in the running.

Another decision if we have the double chance in multiple 12. We can go to bet on the “even” spending a little more than to bet X but with the possibility of winning with the covering and continue the multiple if the match ends 2- 0, 3-1 or in any case “even” with the victory of one or the other team.

Max coating. It is the total amount we can spend to cover ourselves. If something has gone wrong spending the amount indicated, we will cancel all the savings made previously and we will end up with “recalculation odds” equal to that of our bet.

Bank amount, amount to be laid, exposure and earnings are fairly intuitive fields. For the event that interests us at that moment by entering the value “bank odds” that we find in an exchange site, the calculation sheet shows us how much to lay. To be used only if our recalculation odds is much higher than that value, otherwise the amount to be banked must be greater than the “progressive losses”. The gain is instead how much we win on the covering and it is also a “sum available” to lower the covering amount if the sequence of the multiple was still very long.

Exposure is what we need to cover.


It should be emphasized that if we have carried out a multiple payment that gives us a very high winnings in the end, we must have a not-so-low amount available to cover us.

The spreadsheet does not suggest us how to operate or what events to choose, but it is certainly a valid aid for all bettors who want to be professionals and to trade bets and get profit, it is certainly not useful to the bettor of Sunday who bets for fun .