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A risky tennis betting system

If you love betting on sports matches and you want to pump up the emotions with some risky bets, you can try this betting system associated with Martingale and tennis matches.

However, note the fact that this system is very risky and you could lose all your money with just three or four unsuccessful bets.

Here is what we are talking about. All bookies around the world and especially the biggest names such bet365, bet-at-home and William Hill offer bets on live tennis matches. One of their main proposals is to pick the winner in every game of the match.

Usually the player who serves in tennis has a big advantage and often wins the game, which is a prerequisite for the lower odds of winning in the game you serve in. It often happens that neither of the two players loses their serving games and the set reaches a tiebreak, which can be easily used by the bettors.

How? One of the options is this simple system with which the bettor should bet to win the game only the player who serves. If the player loses the game, the next bet will be for the other player with increased, according to Martingale, amount. When the bet is a winner it starts all over again. It is important to choose players with equal strength because the odds for winning the game will be higher – around 1.5. So you can lose only if there is a series of breaks, something that at least in men’s tennis is rare.

Let’s for example have a bank allowing us to make maximum of three wrong bets. Let’s assume the bettor looks for profit of a unit from each winning bet with odds of 1.5. To make such a bet possible the bettor should bet at the first step 2 units. If it is a loser, the second bet should be 6 units and the third should be 18 units or in other words the whole amount the bettor risks is 26 units.

So, you need 26 successful bets to make a profit. Now everyone can make up their own calculation. Could you find tennis matches where not to fall in a series in three consecutive breaks? If the answer is yes, go for it.

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