Chase Betting Systems (also known as Dog Chase Betting)

If you are an experienced athlete, you know the old rumors that if you pursue your loses you will lose your shirt and be sure to break into your account. It's time to throw everything that is not left out of the window and learn for the first time, chasing you loses is the best event. In order to make money using a bet security, you need three things at your disposal:

1. Good bank account (or account balance)
2. Plan
3. Strong stomach to implement the plan

The old word says: The person who pursues his loss will burn through his bank account. This is true only if you do not have a true plan, a strong stomach and a decent bank account. Let me explain. The old adage comes from a gambler who bets $ 100 on team 1 to win today. Team 1 loses, so tomorrow's gambler will be paid $ 200 on team 2 to win (he thinks he can't lose twice in a row and in addition to Team 2 is a certain thing). Team 2 loses, then on the third day he adds his bank account to item 3, loses and within three days his bankruptcy. The old term is true, for this player … not for you.

You see the chasing system uses simple math to make sure you never lose money. However, you must make sure you bet the right amount and you must have the gut to follow through with this application. The system is easy to follow, regardless of the sport you bet on and whether you are pursuing a particular group or sport. In 2007, the AFSB completed a study on the NHL's tracking system, focusing on Montreal Canadians. The system worked like this: On the first day, $ 25.00 was pledged in Montreal, if Montreal was lost, then the next Montreal was playing the $ 50.00 bet in Montreal, if Montreal lost again then $ 100.00 was in the bet Montreal, if Montreal Lost this game was a $ 200.00 bet on Montreal and so on until Montreal wins or you lose money. When Montreal won, the system ended and next time Montreal won $ 25 a bet on Montreal in the next game, if they lost in the next game was a $ 50 bet on Montreal, though if they won them in the next game $ 25 was a bet on Montreal. .

This simple system made us $ 1,210.00 in the NBA Playoffs in 2007 (see our article on completely free sports betting on the NBA Dog Board). We used this system again in the 2008 MLB playoffs and picked up a good $ 1,373.00.

In the 2010 NCAA basketball season, this system is more widely used. We are playing one dog card and one favorite chase that is not team specific. Click on our link for information on the 2010 NCAA Basketball Chase System at work.

To ensure that your account does not respond, we recommend that you only know 1/4 of the normal amount you play with games. For example, if you bet $ 100 a game, then under the chase system you should only bet $ 25.00 per game. This is why:

The chase system is based on the promise that you should not be able to handicap a game for seven consecutive days. If you bet $ 100.00 per event in a chase system and are incorrect 7 times in a row then you have to bet $ 6,400.00 on the seventh game ($ 100, $ 200, $ 400, $ 800, $ 1,600, $ 3,200 , $ 6,400. To protect yourself, you should bet on 1/4 of the normal amount. In our examples, we expect 1/4 to be $ 25.00 per event ($ 25, $ 50, $ 100, $ 200, $ 400, $ 800, and $ 1,600).

Let's look at the power of the Chase system. Let's look at one player who bets on 14 games (1 per day, over 14 days period) and this player does not do well, he wins 6 and loses 8. Exercise 1 below shows whether he simply bet $ 100.00 a game of normal -110 per game. Example 2 shows the same player with the same results, but he bets $ 25.00 in the Chase system.

Example 1 – Athlete who wins 6 bets and loses 8
bet $ 100.00 per game, one game per day
Game 1: Winner, 91.00 $
Game 2: Winner, 91 , 00 $
Game 3: Tap – $ 100.00
Game 4: Tap – $ 100.00
Game 5: Tap – $ 100.00
Game 6: Match $ 91.00
Game 7: Tap – $ 100.00
Game 8: Loss – $ 100.00
Game 9: Winner $ 91.00
Game 10: Loss – $ 100.00
Game 11: Winner $ 91.00
Game 12: Loss – $ 100.00
Game 13: Loss – $ 100.00
Game 14: Winner $ 91.00

This player is 6-8 and lost $ 254.00 over a two week period.

Example 2 – 6-bet winner losing 8
bet $ 25.00 per game (with chasing rules), one game per day
Game 1: 25 is a bet and wins $ 23.00, then in the next game:
The game 2: 25 is a bet and wins $ 23.00, then in the next game:
Game 3: 25 is a bet and a loss – $ 25.00, then in the next game:
Game 4:
Game 5: $ 100 is a bet and a loss – $ 100.00, so in the next game:
Game 6: $ 200 is a bet and wins + $ 192.00, so in the next game:
Game 7: $ 25 is a bet and a loss – $ 25.00 in the next game:
Game 8: $ 50 is a bet and a loss – $ 50.00, so in the next game:
Game 9: $ 100 is a bet and wins $ 91.00 , then in the next game:
Game10: $ 25 is bet and loss – $ 25.00, then in the next game:
Game 11: $ 50 is a bet and wins $ 45.00, then in the next game:
Game 12: $ 25 is a bet and a loss – $ 25.00, so in the next game:
Game 13: $ 50 is a bet and a loss – $ 50.00, so in the next game:
Game 14: $ 100 is a bet and wins $ 91.00

This player is 6-8 and WON $ 105.00 during a two week period with a lost record.

Obviously, you can use this system as you like, here are some options:

(1) Team specific. In 2007, in the NHL, we only use this betting system on Montreal. If Montreal lost, we doubled to the next game, if they won, then in the next game we returned to the start.

(2) Particularly: In 2010, we are playing one dog and one favorite each day in NCAA Basketball, if the dog loses then twice to another dog the next day, if a dog then wins the next day we return to the start our. (Same goes for our favorite system)

(3) Sequence-specific status: In the NBA playoffs in 2007, we played on the dog in a row, so the dog could be team 1 in one-on-one against Team 2, but then Team 2 could have the dog in game 2. We played on the dog regardless of what we play in the previous game.

You have to be warned, it will be a team where you find yourself better than you have before in one game, even though this game hits your profits. Please do not bet on your normal unit, bet 1/4 or less.

If you are skeptical, check out our 2007 NBA Dog-Chase article, view our 2008 MLB Playoffs results, or just click the Free Picks link from our website and see how the system is working in 2010. When you have Seeing how well it works then you will be addicted.

Source by William R. Admin

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