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Pro Staking Plan

The Pro staking plan aims is to achieve a predetermined profit for each race. This market target profit is calculated as percent of the bank at the start of every betting sequence and remains unchanged until the sequence is finished. The percent value can be applied to initial, current or highest bank. During the betting sequence the following rules apply:

  • A total target profit for the sequence is calculated by multiplying the market target profit with the current race number in the sequence.
  • The cumulative profit/loss of the sequence is subtracted from the total target profit and an actual target results. This actual target is divided by a certain number and the result represents the total stake for the current race.
  • The sequence ends when the cumulative profit/loss equals or exceeds the total target profit.

In order to limit the losses in case of long losing runs, a maximum value for the actual target can be set.

Settings

The following parameters can be configured in this staking plan:

Pro staking plan settings
Pro staking plan settings
  • Initial target = X% of Y bank: the value of the aimed profit for each race expressed as percent of the bank.
    • X: the percent value.
    • Y: the type of bank to which the percent value is applied:
      • initial: the percent value is applied to initial bank.
      • current: the percent value is applied to current bank.
      • highest: the percent value is applied to highest bank.
  • Divisor: the number by which the actual target is divided in order to determine the total stake of the current race.
  • Actual target must not exceed X% of current bank: the maximum value allowed for the actual target, expressed as percent of current bank.
  • Split total stake when multiple selections qualify: this option splits the total stake equally among multiple selections in a race. If the option is not used the total stake is placed for each qualified selection.

Pro Staking Plan Example

Let’s assume the following settings:

  • Initial bank: £200
  • Initial target = 2% of current bank
  • Divisor: 2
  • Actual target must not exceed 100% of current bank
  • Split total stake when multiple selections qualify: not checked

Step 1

  • initial target is £4
  • race number is 1
  • total target is £4
  • actual target is £4
  • total stake is £2
  • 1 selection qualifies at decimal odds of 5
  • bet losses and the loss is £2
  • cumulative profit/loss is -£2
  • current bank is £198

Step 2

  • race number is 2
  • total target is £8
  • actual target is £10
  • total stake is £5
  • 1 selection qualifies at decimal odds of 3
  • bet losses and the loss is £5
  • cumulative profit/loss is -£7
  • current bank is £193

Step 3

  • race number is 3
  • total target is £12
  • actual target is £19
  • total stake is £9.5
  • 1 selection qualifies at decimal odds of 2
  • bet wins and the profit is £9.5
  • cumulative profit/loss is £2.5
  • current bank is £202.5

Step 4

  • race number is 4
  • total target is £16
  • actual target is £13.5
  • total stake is £6.75
  • 1 selection qualifies at decimal odds of 4
  • bet wins and the profit is £20.25
  • cumulative profit/loss is £22.75
  • current bank is £222.75

Step 5

  • initial target is £4.46
  • race number is 1
  • total target is £4.46
  • actual target is £4.46
  • total stake is £2.23
  • 1 selection qualifies at decimal odds of 5
  • bet wins and the profit is £8.92
  • cumulative profit/loss is £8.92
  • current bank is £231.67

Step 6

  • initial target is £4.63
  • race number is 1
  • total target is £4.63
  • actual target is £4.63
  • total stake is £2.32
  • 1 selection qualifies at decimal odds of 4
  • bet wins and the profit is £6.96
  • cumulative profit/loss is £6.96
  • current bank is £238.63

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