Now, of course, there are many races, which qualify here:
- Slower ground and high handicap
- A jockey change to an inexperienced jockey, jockey with a win percentage or below 5%
- Strong Step up in class when another horse also has potential.
- Long pause and decent competition in the race
- Long run in lost race
The selection process must therefore be carefully and Staking vote.
Staking on Lay
The following plans nearly 1:1 on the Lay Bets transferred:
- % Of the bank – always 1%, 2%, etc. of the current bank as use, or always possible loss x% of the bank
- Solid bet for each bet, or fixed risk of loss on each bet.
- La Boucherre plan
Other approaches, or modified approaches
The first approach is similar to the retrieval-staking plan: Take back a sum X, wants to win it. Exactly this sum as it is now used, as it always wins double his bet. If you win the bet, you start again at zero, you lose it, and it is next again the sum X + the lost sum. This is repeated until you have a winner. Disadvantage is that, if you are unlucky and two or three bets lose overlap, it suffered huge losses. Even at a rate of 4 the lost only 2 bets and expected profit would be € 10 € 200 loss. Respectively, they are at higher rates higher losses. Those who can afford it can, of course, horses with rates beyond the 70 Layen. This win only rarely and rarely predictable race.
The staking plan is based on a gradation of use after the possible loss, the liability:
- Under 3.5 – Lay with 1% of the bank
- From 3.6 to 7.4 – Lay with 0.6% of the bank
- From 7.5 to 11 – Lay with 0.4% of the bank
- Ratios above 11 are ignored
- The stakes are here daily if you win
- Lose, however, that are stakes only from a loss of 35% of the initial bank adapted. Here one starts again with 1% of the stakes, and it increases and decreases days after won him again after lost 35%.