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Gents, I'm on the hunt for a decent staking plan, i have developed/developing a low odds system that so far is proving very successfull, However as everyone will be aware doing Huge bets to maximise profit can end up disastrous. Odds are usually in the region of 1.1 - 1.25 (1/10 - 1/4) So for example if i had 10 selections at 1.1 and staked £100 each time it would take 10 bets to double the amount, however if any of those bets lost its a huge step back. On paper and in practice my current methods haven't lost as of yet, not to say that they won't. Success with this i feel will come from a decent staking plan to maximise the output without risking too much or without it taking an eon to generate a worthwhile profit. Any ideas? Many thanks

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Re: Staking plan help Level stake + % of any profit? Although I'm fan of level stakes, you can get a little bit more aggressive than setting your level stake as 1-2% of your starting bank in that odds range. There are lots of resources out there that let you load in your selections and analyse the results against a raft of staking plans.

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