My plan was to play with backing on Over 1.5 goals in a football match with a nil score. With a profit accumulator and a loss recovery, my balance went up and down over these 9 days of testing. Try the triggers yourself in the downloadable setup file.
It’s all about prices: how the exchange commission can fundamentally ruin your loss recovery and what you can do about it. A profit accumulator plan based on 12 days of testing.
Counter-intuitively, you need to back on the horses in the Place market if their prices in the Win market have increased over the specified period, to get the best ROI.
Back on Over 0.5 goals in football at three different moments during the first half: get the best odds while the score is still 0 - 0. A loss recovery plan included.
At 30 seconds before the start of a race, lay a percentage of the bank (or to a liability which is a percentage of a bank) on the chosen favourite in a Greyhound Win market, with the minimum and maximum price. Recover potential loss in several steps.
This is a one-size-fits-all solution for setting the target profit and/or the maximum loss after which your triggers will stop betting until you reload them next time. The example contains some actionable advice as to how incorporate the triggers into your existing trigger file.
Aim to win 2 bets out of 6 before you restart the sequence.
The rather aggressive staking plan aiming at recouping your losses and earning a fixed target profit per each market.
The automation of the Retirement Staking plan which is based on your history of wins and losses, and the average price of previous winners.
This incremental loss recovery plan is designed to cover your betting losses in a less aggressive (compared to plain Martingale) manner.
Lay on selected runners to an equal profit. If the bets end up with a loss, recoup this loss in the next markets.
This is an exact opposite of Lay Dutching with loss recoupment. Beware though that when you do back Dutching, your liability can be way higher than the amount you're looking to win.
Here's the simplest staking plan which can be used as a base for many other plans.
The idea behind the Maria staking plan is very simple: you bet different amounts depending on the size of your bank and on the price of the selection. Your stakes are adjusted if you make profits or get exposed to losses. The flexibility of this plan makes it so efficient.
The idea for this staking plan is to increase your lay stake or liability every time your bank balance increases.
If your staking plan sequence does not fit into any known formula or the formula can't be expressed with the program's tools, this example is just for you!
This staking plan is based on so called Kelly Criterion - a method of calculating your stake size based on the size of the bank, the current odds and certain expectations that you have for winning or losing the bet.
This is a quite well-known staking plan that helps you manage your bank.
This staking plan is a variation of the "Backing Multi-Link Doubles"
Contrary to the common practice of increasing a stake after a loss, this staking plan does this after a win. This way you accumulate profit faster if winning streaks happen more often than losing ones.
This is the exact opposite of the Fibonacci Back Staking Plan, but for lay stakes.
Back on a selection, then double the stake in the next market if the previous bet lost.
This is a classic Martingale staking plan applied to "Over/Under" markets in football. Lay against Over x.5 goals and recover your losses as the score increases.
Lay on a chosen selection and recover the loss (if any) in several consequent bets.
The following triggers will work only in a specific type of market: "Total Goals" in Soccer matches. Its staking principle (handicap with any number of winners) makes it possible to recoup the loss from the bet placed on the first outcome in a bet placed on the next outcome.
Lay on a selection according to the D'Alembert plan
Main idea is to place back bets in cycles, for example starting from 5% of bank, ending with 1%, each time adding a fraction of your winnings to the rest of bets left in the cycle.
In brief, the "1-4" staking plan is about increasing your stake by 1 unit after each loss to a maximum stake of 4 units, until you recoup the cumulative loss completely.
This is an exact opposite of the Lay accumulator staking plan.
Lay on a selection to a fixed liability, that is to lay so that a given amount is lost if the bet loses, regardless of the price.
The Fibonacci staking plan
Back on a chosen selection and recover the loss (if any) in several consequent bets.
Wait till the favourite (or second, third etc. favourite) wins X races in a row, then lay on the next favourite with a simple loss recoupment plan, until you win or reach a maximum loss.
This staking plan is identical to the Simple staking plan for lay bets. Its only difference is the type of bets.
This example is about the Labouchere system.
This trigger example has been kindly provided by one of MF Pro users and participants of the first Trigger Battle, Brad Jones.
This staking plan differs from others, because it does not recoup the cumulative loss from the previous market. Instead it recoups the loss from a single losing bet, even if other bets in that market won.
Back on a selection according to the D'Alembert plan
This is an implementation of the "Percentage Point Staking Plan"
This Lay HiPro86 SP4 staking plan is a form of a loss recovery staking plan but cuts its losses before the stakes are excessive.
Lay on a selection to a fixed liability (so that a fixed amount is lost in case the bet loses, regardless of the price).
This is a variation of the classical Fibonacci (Backing) staking plan, only it offers a certain protection against long losing streaks.