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Retirement Staking Plan

The Retirement staking plan follows the next rules:

1.1. First bet in the sequence

1.1.1. First sequence

stake = (percent / 100) × initialBank

where:

• stake = total stake for the race.
• percent = percent value (default is 1).
• initialBank = initial bank.

divisor = averagePrice × 2

where:

• divisor = initial divisor value.
• averagePrice = the average price of the winning bets for the employed selection system. This value must be calculated after at least 20 winning bets using the following formula:

averagePrice = (totalIncome / totalWinners) – 1

where:

• totalWinners = total number of winning bets.
• totalIncome = total amount returned by the winning bets, including the stakes.

target = stake × divisor

where:

• target = initial target.

1.1.2. Following sequences

• Initial target is increased by £10 for each £200 enhancement of the current bank in comparison with initial bank.
• Divisor returns to the initial value.
• Total stake for the race is calculated using the following formula:

stake = target / divisor

1.2. Following bets in the sequence

• The race profit/loss is subtracted from the current target.
• If the current target is below the initial target, a new sequence begins.
• If the losing run equals the divisor, then the divisor is increased by 1 after each loss.
• After a win, if the current target is not reduced enough to start a new sequence, the divisor and the losing run become the same as the ones in place when the target was at the same value as the current target.
• Total stake for the race is calculated using the following formula:

stake = target / divisor

If multiple selections qualify for the race, the dutching algorithm is applied to calculate the individual stakes.

Settings

The following parameters can be configured in this staking plan:

• First bet = X% of initial bank: the value of the initial stake in the first betting sequence, expressed as percent of initial bank.
• X: percent value.
• Winners average price: the average price of the winning bets for the employed selection system.

Retirement Staking Plan Example

Let’s assume the following settings:

• Initial bank: £200
• First bet = 1% of initial bank
• Winners average price: 4

Step 1

• total stake is £2
• divisor is 8
• target is £16
• losing run is 0
• 1 selection qualifies at decimal odds of 5
• bet losses and the loss is £2
• current bank is £198

Step 2

• target is £18
• divisor is 8
• total stake is £2.25
• losing run is 1
• 1 selection qualifies at decimal odds of 3
• bet losses and the loss is £2.25
• current bank is £195.75

Step 3

• target is £20.25
• divisor is 8
• total stake is £2.53
• losing run is 2
• 1 selection qualifies at decimal odds of 2
• bet wins and the profit is £2.53
• current bank is £198.28

Step 4

• target is £17.72
• divisor is 8
• total stake is £2.22
• losing run is 1
• 1 selection qualifies at decimal odds of 4
• bet wins and the profit is £8.88
• current bank is £207.16

Step 5

• target is £16
• divisor is 8
• total stake is £2
• losing run is 0
• 1 selection qualifies at decimal odds of 5
• bet wins and the profit is £8
• current bank is £215.16

Step 6

• target is £16
• divisor is 8
• total stake is £2
• losing run is 0
• 1 selection qualifies at decimal odds of 4
• bet wins and the profit is £6
• current bank is £221.16