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Collect the free until you have a few thousand to play with or deposit some into your account. The key to this whole process is NOT to be greedy!
Martingale Bet Strategy
You need to bet less than 0.1% of your bankroll, this is to ensure you have enough funds to bet if you reach a losing streak. But with this strategy no matter how long the losing streak is you will always win your bet back!
Bet 1 unit, if you lose bet 2 units next with the same settings. If you lose then bet 4 units. Keep doubling until you win. You will win +1 Unit, you then reset your bet back to 1 unit. You can continue this forever as long as you have thebankroll to keep playing. That is why it is important to start at 0.1% of your bankroll or less.
Reverse Martingale Bet Strategy
Similar to the Martingale sstrategy, just double your unit bet when you win not when you lose and reset your bet when you lose, not when you win. The idea of this strategy is for lower bankroll players to not go broke when betting more than they should.
Fibonacci Bet Strategy
Similar to the martingale strategy, but instead of doubling your unit bet every time, you use the last Bet + current bet to figure out your next bet size. For example:
First bet is 1 unit, your next bet is 1 unit + 0 as there was no last bet. Outlined as this - 0 + 1 = 1
Then 1 + 1 = 2 unit bet for the 3rd bet.
The 4th bet will be 1 + 2 (Last bet plus current bet) This is 3 units
The next will be 2 (Previous bet) + 3 (Current bet) = 5 Units. an so on...
Here is the first few numbers in the fibonacci strategy...
0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987, 1597, 2584, 4181, 6765, 10946, 17711, 28657, 46368, 75025, 121393, 196418, 317811...
All in Bet Strategy
Just bet everything you have every time, this is a simple strategy that should be used in short sessions every time. The idea is to bet big and hard every time to completely ignore the house edge, by doing this at random intervals the expectation is no pattern should emerge for you to lose to.
Fixed Bet Strategy
Always bet the same amount for each bet and don’t vary no matter how much you win. In this example, it was 100 Units, If your chance of winning 47.5% on a 2x bet (2.00), this method means you’ve dramatically reduced your chance of losing your entire stake. Unfortunately, it means your winnings are limited to increase in a “slow and steady” fashion.