If you are a seasoned sports player, you know the old adage that if you chase your losses, you will lose your shirt and you will surely ruin your account. It’s time to throw all that nonsense out the window and learn for the first time, that chasing your losses is the best possible scenario. To win money using a chase betting system, you need three elements at your disposal:
1. A decent bankroll (or account balance)
2. A plan
3. A strong stomach to carry out the plan.
The old adage says: he who chases your losses will consume your funds. This is true, only if you don’t have a true plan, a strong stomach, and a decent budget. Let me explain. The old adage comes from the player who bets $ 100 on Team 1 to win today. Team 1 loses, so tomorrow the player bets $ 200 on team 2 to win (he thinks he can’t lose twice in a row and more than team 2 is a sure thing). Team 2 loses, then on day 3 you bet your remaining balance on team 3, you lose, and in three days your bankroll is ruined. The old adage is true, for this player … not for you.
You will see that a chase system uses simple math to make sure you never lose money. However, you need to make sure you are betting the correct amount and you must have the guts to go through with this program. The system is easy to follow regardless of the sport you bet on and regardless of whether you are chasing a specific team or a sport in general. In 2007, AFSB completed a study of the chase system in the NHL focusing on the Montreal Canadians. The system worked like this: on day 1, $ 25.00 was bet on Montreal, if Montreal lost, the next time Montreal played $ 50.00 they bet on Montreal, if Montreal lost again, the next game was $ 100.00 Montreal, if Montreal lost that game, then $ 200.00 was wagered on Montreal and so on until Montreal wins or you run out of money. Once Montreal wins, the system is reset and the next time Montreal won $ 25 they bet on Montreal in their next game, if they lost, the next game they bet $ 50 on Montreal; however, if they won, in the next game. $ 25 was wagered in Montreal.
This simple system earned us $ 1,210.00 in the NBA Playoffs in 2007 (see our article on absolutely free sports betting regarding the NBA dog chase system). We used this system again in the 2008 MLB playoffs and got $ 1,373.00.
In the 2010 NCAA basketball season, we are using this system in a more generic way. We are playing a dog chase and a favorite chase that is not team specific. Click on our Free Picks link to view details of the 2010 NCAA basketball chase system in operation.
To ensure that your account is not broken, we recommend that you bet only 1/4 of the normal amount you bet per game. For example, if you bet $ 100 per game, then under a chase system you should only bet $ 25.00 per game. This is why:
The chase system is based on the premise that you should not be able to make the wrong handicap in a game for seven days in a row. If you are betting $ 100.00 per event in a chase system and it is wrong 7 times in a row, then you are betting $ 6,400.00 on the seventh game ($ 100, $ 200, $ 400, $ 800, $ 1,600, $ 3,200, $ 6,400) . To protect yourself, you must bet 1/4 of the normal amount, in our examples we assume that 1/4 would be $ 25.00 per event ($ 25, $ 50, $ 100, $ 200, $ 400, $ 800 and $ 1,600).
Let’s examine the power of the Chase system. Let’s examine a player who bets on 14 games (1 per day, over a 14 day period) and this player does not do as well, wins 6 and loses 8. Example 1 below shows if you simply bet $ 100.00 per game on a normal -110 per game. Example 2 shows the same player with the same results, however he bets $ 25.00 on a Chase system.
Example 1: sports player who wins 6 bets and loses 8
betting $ 100.00 per game, one game per day
Game 1: Winner, $ 91.00
Game 2: Winner, $ 91.00
Game 3: Loss – $ 100.00
Game 4: Loss – $ 100.00
Game 5: Loss – $ 100.00
Game 6: Winner $ 91.00
Game 7: Loss – $ 100.00
Game 8: Loss – $ 100.00
Game 9: Winner $ 91.00
Game10: Loss – $ 100.00
Game 11: Winner $ 91.00
Game 12: Defeat – $ 100.00
Game 13: Defeat – $ 100.00
Game 14: Winner $ 91.00
This player is 6-8 years old and lost $ 254.00 over a two week period.
Example 2: sports player who wins 6 bets and loses 8
bet $ 25.00 per game (with chase rules), one game per day
Game 1:25 you bet and win $ 23.00, so in the next game:
Game 2:25 you bet and win $ 23.00, so in the next game:
Game 3:25 is bet and loss – $ 25.00, so in the next game:
Game 4:50 is bet and loss – $ 50.00, so in the next game:
Game 5: $ 100 is bet and Loss – $ 100.00, so in the next game:
Game 6: You bet $ 200 and win + $ 182.00, so in the next game:
Game 7: $ 25 is bet and Loss – $ 25.00, so in the next game:
Game 8: $ 50 is bet and Loss – $ 50.00, so in the next game:
Game 9: You bet $ 100 and win $ 91.00, so in the next game:
Game 10: $ 25 is bet and Loss – $ 25.00, so in the next game:
Game 11: You bet $ 50 and win $ 45.00, so in the next game:
Game 12: $ 25 is bet and Loss – $ 25.00, so in the next game:
Game 13: $ 50 is bet and Loss – $ 50.00, so in the next game:
Game 14: bet $ 100 and win $ 91.00
This player is 6-8 and WON $ 105.00 over a two week period with a losing record.
Obviously you can use this system in any way you want, here are some possibilities:
(1) Equipment specific. In 2007, in the NHL we only used this system betting in Montreal. If Montreal lost, we doubled in the next game, if they won, in the next game we returned to our starting point.
(2) Specific position: in 2010, we play with a dog and a favorite every day in NCAA basketball, if the dog loses, the next day we double a different dog, if the dog wins, the next day we come back. to our starting point. (The same goes for our favorite system)
(3) Specific position within a series: In the 2007 NBA playoffs we played the dog throughout a series, so the dog could be Team 1 in game one vs. Team 2, but Team 2 could be the dog in game 2. We played the dog no matter who we played in the previous game.
You should be warned, there will be a point where you will find yourself betting more than you had previously wagered on a game, however when that game hits your winnings skyrocket. Don’t bet your normal unit, bet 1/4 or less.
If you’re skeptical, check out our 2007 NBA Dog-Chase article, see our 2008 MLB playoff results, or just click the Free Picks link on our website and see how the system is performing in 2010. Once you see how well it works, you will get addicted.