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Bankroll Strategy and Points Staking System

 

As already mentioned, each selection provided will come with a recommended stake. Your first step will be to set up a betting bank, or "bankroll", which is money specifically put aside for betting. The recommended staking system uses "points" which are effectively percentages of your betting bank. We advise that you start with a bank of 100 points. Our strategic bets are aimed to maximise your profits using our soccer tips.

 

 

 

Points Staking Betting System

 

This is a very simple concept. With each of our soccer tips we will advise how many points you should outlay. This is based on maximising profit and minimising risk. Let's assume you have $1,000 in your bankroll. Placing a bet of 5 points means risking 5% of your bankroll, which in this case would be $50. A 3 points stake would be 3%, and so on. It's that simple!

 

 

 

Effective Bankroll Management

 

Regardless of how great or small the size of your Bankroll, there is a simple and effective way of managing this fund.
Put simply, break down your Bankroll into 4 groups of equal size, and only place bets using money from one of these groups.

 

This is easier to illustrate by way of a simple example.


Say you have an initial Bankroll of $400.
This is broken into 4 groups of $100.
You now start placing bets using the first $100 group.
When you double this $100, you add it back to your initial Bankroll and begin again.

 

In this example, you have doubled the first $100, making it $200.

This gets added back to the other groups, giving you a new Bankroll of $500  ($200 + 3 x $100)
Begin the process again.
You have an initial Bankroll of $500.
This is broken into 4 groups of $125.
You now start placing bets using the first $125 group.
When you double this $125, you add it back to your initial Bankroll and begin again.

 

If you hit a bad run and lose all of your first group, you split the remainder into 4 groups and begin again.


In this example, if you lose the first $100, you're left with a $300 Bankroll.
This is broken into 4 groups of $75.
You now start placing bets using the first $75 group.


This is just one example of effective management of your fund. If you are an experienced gambler then you may have another system which suits you better. This system is a good starting point for beginners.