D'Alembert

The simulation of the D'Alembert strategy on betting can be realized here.

1. Description

The D'Alembert strategy is based on the fact that at the chance of winning 50%, in the long term, the number of bets won tends to equate the number of lost bets. Starting from this premise, suppose that every time a bet is won, the chance of the next bet being lost increases and thus we lower its stake or vice versa, in case of a lost bet.

Advantages:

  • The long-term profit is guaranteed if the events are carefully chosen and the percentage of bets won is around 50%.

Disadvantages:

  • The strategy has the best yield if it is used at odds from 2 upwards. The problem is that, in reality, the odds 2.00 on bets has a winning chance lower than 50%, because of the payout value that the bookmakers include in the odds.

2. Simulation settings

2.1 Betting simulation settings

The D'Alembert strategy settings for betting simulation are presented in the image below and described under it:

D'Alembert - Betting simulation settings
Betting simulation settings

Where:

  • SS - represents the starting stake used on strategy simulation.
  • G/S - represents the value that is gathered to the stake of the following bets or is subtracted from it, when a bet is lost and won respectively.
  • M/D - represents the value by which the stake of the following bets is multiplied or divided, when a bet is lost and won respectively.
  • TB - represents the value of the total bank. This bank is common to all strategies and if it is enabled then any value lost or gained will also be felt in its value.
  • SB - represents the value of the strategy bank. This bank is only valid at the current strategy and if it is enabled then any value lost or gained will also be felt in its value.
  • Reverse D'Alembert - allows a reverse simulation, ie when a bet is won, the stake increases and when a bet is lost, it decreases.
  • Reset after a won simulation - allows that when a bet is won or lost (for Reverse D'Alembert), the stake of the next bet to be reset to the starting value.

2.2 Betting virtual simulation settings

The D'Alembert strategy settings for the betting virtual simulation are presented in the image below and described under it:

D'Alembert - Betting virtual simulation settings
Betting virtual simulation settings

Where:

  • SS, G/S, M/D, Reverse D'Alembert and Reset after a won simulation - have the same meanings and roles as above on betting simulation.
  • SB - represents the value of the simulation bank. Any value lost or gained will be felt in the value of this bank.

3. Simulation description

3.1 Betting simulation description

The simulation of the bets is presented in the images below and described under them:

D'Alembert - Sending the bet
Sending the bet

Where we have like this:

  • Number of betting simulation variant.
  • The field for entering the event name and event odds, and below them the button of sending the bet. The event odds can be specified only if at least one of the either total bank or strategy bank is enabled.
  • Stake of the next bet.
  • The icon which allows to display the betting history containing the data of the last 6 historical bets of the current betting simulation variant and allowing the result change of these historical bets or marking them as suspicious.
D'Alembert - Result establishment of sent bet
Result establishment of sent bet

Where we have like this:

  • Number of betting simulation variant.
  • The name of the betted event and the buttons for establishing the result.
  • The status of the betted event. This can be ok ( ) or marked suspicious ( ! ).
  • The icon with the betting history of the current betting simulation variant and the icon which allows marking the bet as suspect. The bet can be marked as suspicious when for various reasons its outcome cannot be established (deferred event, result that may be modified in the future due to some decisions, and so on).

3.2 Betting virtual simulation description

The virtual simulation of the bets is done at the chance of winning 50% and the odds 2, even though in reality the bookmakers offer the odds 2 at a winning chance lower than 50%, because of the payout value which the bookmakers includes in the odds.

The virtual simulation of the bets is presented in the image below and described under it:

D'Alembert - Betting virtual simulation
Betting virtual simulation

Where we have like this:

  • Buttons that allow a certain number of virtual simulations (100, 250 or 500).
  • The link which allows to reset the virtual simulation.
  • Various information that are related with the simulation process.
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