Compound Formula: Calculates bet amounts based on current bank balance so if your bank is increasing or decreasing your bet amounts are changing accordingly. Works like compound investment schemes.
The key difference between a percentage staking plan and a level staking plan is that the stake is always connected to the cumulative total. When your bank increases or decreases, the theory states that this is the time to recalculate your stakes. Unlike flat betting, where you’re betting the same amount each time, with a percentage staking plan, you reassess your stake as your bank fluctuates.
The following figures represent an average place div of $1.45 @ an 80% strike rate over a period of 4 months, demonstrates how the compound formula can turn a modest bank into a handsome profit.
- Starting Bank: $1,000
- Month 1: $1,300
- Month 2: $1,800
- Month 3: $2,700
- Month 4: $4,200
- Level stakes formula that increases profits similar to compound interest schemes
- Good profits can turn into great profits. Suited to high strike rate low div betting.
- Compound Fixed [Level stakes] – Bet Amounts will remain the same according to the original percentage & bank set
- Compound Flexi – Bets will increase and decrease in size according to bank and percentage set