Reverse Martingale System
With this reverse Martingale system, we increase the stake only when we win. If we lose we keep playing with the same low stake.
You can use the same series of stakes as in the normal Martingale system. For example, for odds of 2, this would be:
After five consecutive wins, the stake is then 32. However, if you lose the last bet of 32, you will still lose all your winnings.
For this reason, you might consider reverting back to the lowest stake after four consecutive wins. In this way you won't see your hard-won profit disappear all of a sudden, like a snowman in the morning sun.
With this method, we will also work with a series of escalating stakes in the case of a loss. These stakes do not however escalate to same extent as with the previously discussed Martingale system.
In every series of bets you will only earn 1 dollar. The factor or odds must always be equal to two.
You start with a stake of one unit.
If you lose, you play on with the same amount until you win a bet.
If you win a bet, you raise the stake by one unit and play on.
Every time you lose you play on with the same amount and every time you win you increase the stake by one unit.
You continue playing until you've earned back your losses.
Pros and cons:
The stake increases less quickly. This is a less risky method than the Martingale system. If things don't go well, it can happen that you can no longer make back your losses and your bankroll will return to zero.
Two possibilities at once
If you're betting on football or ice hockey, you can bet on a win, a loss or a draw.
To limit the risk you can bet on all three possibilities at once, but with varying stakes. Not all websites accept such bets, however.
In the case of tennis or basketball, you can also bet on a win or a loss while varying the stakes.