Before starting to use the two strategies I am about to explain to you, it is essential that you follow these steps in advance:
Choose a monthly budget for betting on draws, decide it according to your budget and never exceed it;
Before starting with real money, try to analyse some matches using statistics and do some tests with “virtual” money: take a pen and paper and write down how much you would have bet on sign X of that match and count how much you would have won or lost;
Start betting with real money only when you see stable positive results and you feel you have the basics to analyse when choosing a draw bet;
Of course, you are also free to ignore my suggestions, but I strongly advise against doing so: you could do yourself a lot of harm!
Is that clear?
Well, now let’s get down to business…
THE 3×3 METHOD
Here’s how to apply this method. Follow these 3 steps:
- Select 3 probable draw matches (taking into account what you have learned in this guide) that have the odds of X equal to or greater than 3.00;
- Play them all as singles, betting the same amount on all 3 bets.
NB: I advise you to start betting $2, which is the minimum allowed by the bookmakers, so that you can learn how to manage your strategy without having to invest too much money.
- Wait for the results of the matches and calculate the possible wins or losses.
To understand this better, let’s take a numerical example:
- You have decided to bet on 3 draws that have these odds: 3.00 – 3.10 – 3.20;
- You have placed 3 bets of $2 for a total invested of $6;
- Here’s what could happen at the end of the three matches…
If you lose them all you will have – $6 on your budget.
If you win one of them, let’s say the one with the lowest odds (in this case 3), you’ll win $6 in total and thus get back what you invested.
If you hit 2 draws, you will make a profit, i.e. a net win of between $6.2 and $6.6 (depending on the odds of the winning Xs).
If you hit all 3 X’s, you will have a net win of $12.6.
THE FIBONACCI METHOD
The name of this method is no coincidence, in fact this strategy is based on the famous Fibonacci sequence, applied to the “X” sign.
“Yeah ok Luca, but I’m not an ace at maths!”
Don’t worry, you don’t have to be a genius to apply it… all you need is a bit of commitment and, as always, a sufficient dose of responsibility!
Here’s how to do it:
- After a careful statistical analysis, identify a single “X”: that of the match which you think has the best chance of ending in a draw. The odds of this X must be greater than or equal to 3;
- If this is the first time you’ve tried this strategy, place a £2 single bet on a draw.
If you get a draw, great!
You’ve made a profit and completed the sequence.
If you lose your bet you’ll have to choose another game and set your next bet following the Fibonacci sequence: “1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,89,144…”
continuing until you get a break-even.
Explained in this way it sounds a bit complicated, but with a numerical example we can understand each other better…
- The first thing to do is to set the initial bet, which in our case will be 2 euros.
- Next, we choose the game with the X at odds of 3.20.
- We place a single bet of 2 euros on the X.
If we hit X, the sequence is over and we have to start again from point 1.
What do we do if the first bet loses?
See the table below…