1326 Staking Plan
The clue to how 1326 Staking Plan works is in the name. It is similar to other staking plans such as the parlay system. Should be lucky enough to win 4 times in a row you stand to make large profits. The series continues until you lose. After you lose the series restarts over at 1 unit. The series also ends after 4 wins.
For example -
• The first bet you make is 1 unit
• The second bet is 3 units
• The third bet is 2 units
• The fourth bet is 6 units.
Let’s look at a working example by setting each unit at £10 and each win at even odds:
• The first bet is 1 unit which equals £10. Let's say this bet loses. The sequence starts again. The next bet is still the first bet and is still 1 unit.
• The first bet is still 1 unit which still equals £10. This time the bet wins. This means the next bet is 3 units.
• The second bet of the current series is 3 units which is £30. Let's say this bet wins as well. The next bet is 2 units.
• The third bet of the current series is £20. Let’s say this bet loses. The series re-starts and the next bet reverts back to the start of the series. 1 unit. £10.
If you were to win 4 bets in a row you would make a substantial profit. The example shown uses level odds but in horse racing the odds are usually greater meaning that profits are often created and banked on each bet.
Percentage Staking Plan
Sometimes known as the 'plateau philosophy', the percentage staking plan says you should recalculate your stake whenever your betting bank reaches a certain, predefined level.
Some say that you shouldn't downgrade your stake if you fall back through a level, on the assumption that if you stick with the higher stake it will speed up your return to the top.
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