Martingale

The simulation of the Martingale strategy on betting can be realized here.

1. Description

This strategy is similar to the well-known Martingale strategy except that when a bet is lost, the stake will not double but will be increased so much that if the next bet is won to recover the entire previously lost value.

Advantages:

  • The long-term profit is guaranteed if the events are chosen carefully and not many bets are lost in a row.

Disadvantages:

  • It can be reached very high stakes and the loss of the whole bank if a series of many consecutive lost bets is caught.

2. Simulation settings

2.1 Betting simulation settings

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

Martingale - Betting simulation settings
Betting simulation settings

Where:

  • MB - represents the minimum stake used on strategy simulation.
  • MO - represents the minimum odds used on strategy simulation. It is valid only if both banks are disabled (the total one: 'TB' and of strategy: 'SB'). This will be the odds used in calculations when getting the stake of the next bet. Any value of the bet odds that is above the minimum odds set here, will produce a bonus profit to the bettor when the bet is won, profit that is not used at all in the strategy calculations but goes directly to the bettor's profit. The minimum odds of the strategy must be less than or equal to the odds of the bet. The greater the difference between the minimum odds of the strategy and the odds of the bet, the higher the bonus profit when winning the bet, but also the risk of the strategy is higher because in the strategy calculations will be used a lower percentage of the value won. The format of the odds used by the strategy can be changed after log in from the "Account settings" section.
  • BM - represents the betting mode used on strategy simulation. We have two game styles: A and B, and these can be applied grouped - for groups of minimum odds or free - for any odds.
    • On method A, the behavior is the default one - the entire lost value is recovered in a single bet won.
    • On method B, the effect is that of a modified Martingale, at which the entire lost value is recovered only when are caught two consecutive won bets. In case of two or more bets lost consecutively, the bets stake becomes the minimum of the strategy and remains so until a bet is won. The method is ok for maximum odds of 2, because the bettor must catch win-win results before he has many win-lost-lost results.
  • 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.
  • Connect variants - it allows all the betting simulation variants of the strategy to be interconnected, that is, it allows that the value gained at one variant to be subtracted from the value lost at any of the variants. The setting is very useful especially considering that it is possible that at a variant to catch a series of lost bets and at another variant to catch a series of won bets, and having the variants interconnected, the stake will not increase very quickly at the variant with the lost bets, but the bettor's profit will be given:
    • only by the difference between the minimum odds of the strategy and the odds of simulated bets - when we have no bank enabled.
    • by the value of AP setting - representing the profit added to winning bets and which increases the stake of the bets by a percentage of the entered odds of the bets. It is only valid when we have bank enabled (the total one: 'TB' or of strategy: 'SB').

2.2 Betting virtual simulation settings

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

Martingale - Betting virtual simulation settings
Betting virtual simulation settings

Where:

  • MB, MO, BM and Connect variants - 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.
  • VN - represents the number of variants used in virtual simulation.

3. Simulation description

3.1 Betting simulation description

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

Martingale - 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. If at least one bank is enabled (the total one: 'TB' or of strategy: 'SB'), then the bets stake will be displayed only after the bets odds have been inserted.
  • 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.
Martingale - 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 taking into account the payout value that the bookmakers include in the odds, so at the odds 2 there will not be a winning chance of 50% but a smaller chance and only around the odds 1.85 the chance of winning will be 50%. Was used such a simulation for the simulation result to be as close as possible to reality. Through a simple analysis of events, the user can bet on events whose real chance of winning is 50% or higher, even if the event odds are 2.

Any bet won at the virtual simulation also adds a value won of 3-5% above the minimum odds of the strategy (3% for odds < 2.00 and 5% for the rest). The value added to the winning will be reflected in the strategy simulation bank and is used to coincide somewhat with the strategy simulation using real bets, where the minimum odds of the strategy will, in most cases, be lower than the odds of the real bets simulated, so that the bettor to have a guaranteed profit on each bet won.

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

Martingale - 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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