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Classical progression

 



 
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Classical progression

A classical variety of progression is very simple and at the same time usually amazingly efficient. You begin classical progression with an established amount of money – basic stake, which will be later doubled if necessary. Established basic stake is a very important issue. The higher this stake is, the higher the ultimate profit will be but if you do begin with an initial high stake 1st bet, remember that any subsequent progressive bets will also increase proportionately. When considering your optimal basic stake, you’ll find the attached progression sheet most useful, which may be downloaded by clicking here.

 

The whole idea of classical draw progression is very simple. You choose a football team or hockey team, which currently holds a sequence of several matches without a draw and you bet on its draws. If the match doesn’t end in a draw, then you bet on the team’s next game to end in a draw again, remembering to double your stake this time. If you fail again, you double the stake again and so on until your team achieves the desired draw.

 

To demonstrate this in simple terms, I attach below a short simulation of such a progression for X team. Decimal odds quoted of 3.0 represent fractional odds equivalent to 2/1, most odds quoted for a game to end in a draw are at least equal to or longer than 2/1.


 

Level

Stake

Odds

Result

Win

Profit

I

1 ₤

3.0

2:1

0

-1 ₤

II

2 ₤

3.0

3:2

0

-3 ₤

III

4 ₤

3.0

1:1

12 ₤

 

As you see on the example above, winning on III level of progression provides 5₤ of net profit (win – the sum of stakes of all levels), it is 71.43% return of invested capital. Which investment fund provides you such profits during 3 weeks? Of course 1₤ is only an example of a basic stake, this may be much higher and then your progression will provide you with diametrically higher profits.

 

I have presented here simulation of a classical draw progression for X team, which ended in success on III level. If you want to make using draw progression easier, I recommend you use my progression sheet and you may download it by clicking here.

 

If you use the draw progression you have to remember that in case of a failure, you bet on another match of a chosen team regardless of which team your team plays next. Remember that in progression you carry out analysis only once. If you have followed my instructions and chose your team or indeed, followed my tips, then wait patiently and you’ll soon begin to benefit from the seemingly improbable high strike/success rate. Remember also that if you choose the team e.g. from 2 French league, you only bet on matches of this team in the French league. You do not bet on matches in other leagues or indeed, in cup games.

 

When a team you have chosen ends a match in a draw this is the end of your classical draw progression. You choose another team and the whole process starts from the beginning.

 

The classical progression is characterised by the fact that it starts form low stakes, which increase very quickly as the progression develops and this is why you have to choose such a basic stake to have capital for predicted number of levels. Increase of stakes causes that the later your progression ends, the higher your nominal profit is.

 

Final level

 

Using classical progression is easy to establish a particular level over which you do not bet any longer on a particular progression. As mentioned and evidenced in archive, the vast majority of progressions will end in you making a healthy profit. However, it is better to establish an appropriate level – final level, above which you will stop carrying out progression. This is something like the safety valve which limits possible losses. I have established it on level 8. If I reach this level, I end the progression regardless of result. Of course, I lose some money for this particular team’s progression but it is much less than I could lose if I continued progression on to level 9 and if a draw didn’t happen. For example your final level may be equal to 6th or 10th level, it is your choice.

 

In any event, we have proved and evidenced for you to see, that profit from our tips will far outweigh the rare occasions when a loss has to be borne. However, we’ve even devised a method to cover any such loss, which is covered off in our Recovery section.