The betting system we are about to review is based on “Fibonacci’s sequence” theory. The method is not complicated, but you should follow the picture below. It gives a good example of how the numbers are relative to each other. This way you can calculate your bet easier.
How to do it ?
This well-known mathematical principle is based on progression that follows the perfect spiral of numbers. Starting a bet with a given rate increases the bet according to certain criteria. This is the sum of the two previous numbers, which will give you the final result to bet on. If we take £1 for starting odds – we bet £1, we lose; then as a second bet we bet once more, we lose again and in order to make a profit on the third bet we increase our bet by summing the stake we have added to the previous bet and the previous bet itself (our second bet was £2 has formed from our original bet of £1 and stake £1, so we have to sum up the rate and the final bet 1 + 2 = 3 ). Accordingly, our third bet will be £3. If our third bet is wrong, then the fourth bet will be £ 2 plus the last bet of £3, which gives us a total bet of £ 5. This spiral function ensures that when we win we will be profitable regarding the cost.
It is important to note that the odds must be above 2.50 and the mathematical theory tells us that at odds of 2.65 or greater guarantee us a good profit. Experienced players use the “Fibonacci sequence”, betting on draws because, as we know, the odds for draws are usually around 3.00, which guarantees a good return. When you win, you have to go back two stakes in the bets so you can generate good profit in a medium term. It is important to set your own period of time (3-4 weeks to bet on a team who tends to make a lot of draws) to follow that strategy and also bet responsibly.