Thread: A+ bets question
18th May 2005 #1
A+ bets question
at the moment, i put 5% of my bank on the A+ bets. right now, is this a good figure? or should i higher or lower it.
would i be better off putting a fixed amount on each bet despite my bank balance?
i have been making a small but steady profit which i dont want to screw up, but if there is a chance of making more i obvously want to do that.
what way do you lot do it?
18th May 2005 #2
BB+SQR or 3%-4% should do it. You don't have to use round number, something like 3.75% may suit a particular system.
18th May 2005 #3
ok will try that,
just want to say that your site and forum is one of the best on the net. i had been following different cowboy tipsters for about a year and they were not contactable when a losing streak was hit. at least you are here to explain things and help out. keep up the good work
18th May 2005 #4
I learnt everything I get wrong off Vegy :D
18th May 2005 #5
I learnt everything I get wrong from the book
"believe what I say" by Alma Buffoon!
21st May 2005 #6
What does BB+SQR mean??
Just when I think I have got my head around something, another little acronym apears!!
21st May 2005 #7
Base bet + square root of the profit. I think.
It's hard to have a battle of wits when your opponent is unarmed.
21st May 2005 #8
Hell! So you would need to know the odds?
(This is another novice making his excuses, and wandering off in bewilderment.)
21st May 2005 #9
No....Your BB (base bet) is something you decide on for all bets for that system. Say £5. You then add to that the square root of the profit, and that is your stake....simple as figuring out how Vegy exists
21st May 2005 #10
"You then add to that the square root of the profit"
Sorry again... what profit are you referring to?
21st May 2005 #11
if you have a bank of £100 and you stake 5% of that as your BB that means each bet is a fiver. Once your bank is in profit you add the square root of that profit to the BB.
E.g. £112.00 bank. Bet =BB (£5.00) + sqrt of profit = (3.46) so stake is £8.46 on next race.
It is not the cards you are dealt but what you do with them that counts
21st May 2005 #12
That'll be the profit you've made on the system, so for instance your bank started at £100, and your BB is £5, you've just backed a horse at 4/5, so you've won £4 to take the bank to £104. Your next bet is the BB plus the square root of your profit - in this case the profit is £4, so the square root is £2, which means the next bet is £7. Hope that helps:)
My keyboard's running out of ink....
21st May 2005 #13
That makes it clear.
21st May 2005 #14Win2Win Racing Club Member
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I joined approximately one month ago and have followed the pro bets using the secure profit maker staking plan. I seem to be going nowhere, usually there is a good build up during the week only to be followed by disaster at the weekend. Are any members using this system to make profit?
21st May 2005 #15
Your using the wrong staking plan, ask the question in the Members Area.
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