Choose from any of the strategies below in order to improve your chances of a steady, regular winnings.

This is a progressive betting system that looks to lower losses by doubling your stakes on your next bet. It arguably produces the best results among the various strategies. Its simply doubling stakes on losing bets i.e. If you bet £10 on a horse and lose, you would bet £20 on the next race. If this loses, you would bet £40 on the next race, and so on.  If the third race wins it would cover earlier losses with a small profit. This system can be flawed, because in a losing streak it would be necessary to stake large amounts to cover earlier losses.

This system is similar to the Martingale Strategy, but instead of wins it is used to bet on draws. It runs sequentially i.e. 0, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34 and so on and its based on adding the two preceding numbers together. The idea would be to place a £1 bet on a football match. If it lost you would raise your stake to £2 in the next match. If it loses you would make a bet of £3, then £5 and so on. This strategy would only be used for  odds on draw results over 2.618. This works because the odds provided on drawn matches can prove to be quite attractive.

This method is used to bet on how many goals there are  in a game e.g. More or less than 2.5 goals, 3.5 goals, 4.5 goals. If you think its going to be a low scoring game, for example you could bet on under 2.5 goals or under 3.5 goals. On high scoring games you could bet on over 4.5 goals, for example. These bets are mainly used on football but some Bookies will provide them for other sports as well.


With a half time bet, you are betting on the result at half time as well as full time (as the name suggests). If you think team A will be winning at half time but will lose the game, this type of wager gives you the opportunity to place a bet on both outcomes. Both results would have to predicted correctly for a bet to win.


With this strategy, you can bet on two outcomes of a game. This is ideal for football betting as there are three possible outcomes – Win lose, draw, on the majority of bets, there is only one outcome. The downside with this type of bet is that the odds will generally be lower than with a straight win bet but it gives you a greater chance of success.


Scorecast bets are similar to Double Chance bets as you are betting on two separate events during one game. E.g. First Goal Scorer and Correct Score. It would only be a winner if both bets were predicted correctly eg Liverpool to win 2-1 and Salah to score. The difference with a Wincast bet would be a Liverpool win, irrespective of the score and Salah to score. The odds on these bets can prove to be attractive but there is a reason for this and you will often find one or both bets losing. With this strategy you can bet on  two outcomes of a game. This is ideal for football betting as there are three possible outcomes – win, lose draw. On the majority of bets, there is only one outcome.Click