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Danish football betting strategy - really interesting alternative of “martingale”

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“Danish strategy” is a type of betting strategy, the essence of which is “catch-up”, which increases in arithmetic progression, and that means that the player can be more confident in the safety of his bankroll.

It's hard to say where the habit of naming this strategy after Denmark came from - perhaps it really did first appear in the Danish Kingdom. Its creator, who wished to remain anonymous, could thus have shown patriotism to his homeland.

The essence of the strategy

The essence of the Danish betting strategy is somewhat similar to the famous Martingale strategy, but the difference here is that the bet amounts do not double at each stage, but increase in arithmetic progression, which is much safer for the bankroll. However, after each loss, the player is required to place the next bet with higher odds.

An example of working with a bank

Let’s say there is $ 1,000 in the player's bank. The game starts with the first bet of $ 10 at odds of 1.5.

1. The player bets $ 10 on the odds. 1.5 is a loss.
2. The player bets $ 20 on the odds. 2.0 is a loss.
3. The player bets $ 30 on the odds. 2.5 is a win ($ 15 net profit).

Each win starts the betting process anew.

1. The player bets $ 10 on the odds. 1.5 - loss.
2. The player bets $ 20 on the odds. 2.0 - loss.
3. The player bets $ 30 on the odds. 2.5 - loss.
4. The player bets $ 40 on the odds. 3.0 - loss.
5. The player bets $ 50 on the odds. 3.5 - loss.
6. The player bets $ 60 on the odds. 4.0 - winnings (net profit $ 30).

1. The player bets $ 10 on the odds. 1.5 - loss.
2. The player bets $ 20 on the odds. 2.0 - loss.
3. The player bets $ 30 on the odds. 2.5 - loss.
4. The player bets $ 40 on the odds. 3.0 - loss.
5. The player bets $ 50 on the odds. 3.5 - loss.
6. The player bets $ 60 on the odds. 4.0 - loss.
7. The player bets $ 70 at odds. 4.5 - loss.
8. The player bets $ 80 at odds. 5.0 - loss.
9. The player bets $ 90 on the odds. 5.5 - loss.
10. The player bets $ 100 on the odds. 6.0 - winnings (net profit $ 50).

In case of losing on the tenth bet, the player can take 4 more steps, after which his bank will disappear. This means that this strategy works even if there have been 13 unsuccessful bets, but the odds are still quite risky. The player's task is to choose the type of bet in which the variance will be minimal. For example, in football, the most successful betting options for this strategy are accumulators on favorites.

How to use the express train in Danish strategy

For example, a player needs to make the third step, namely, a bet with 2.5 odds. In the bookmaker's line, we see Chelsea's away win against Cardiff at 1.6, Atlético's win at home against Granada at 1.2, Bayern's away win against Mainz at 1.3.

The total multiplier of these three events is about 2.5.

Total goals as a substitute for express

The loss of 13 such express bets is extremely unlikely, especially in a row. Other options, in addition to betting on favorites wins, are express bets from bets on "total over" in games between scoring teams: TB1.5 or TB2.5.

You will need to carefully pay attention not only to the meetings between the teams, but also to their results in recent matches.

Here you need to pay attention not only to the score, the statistics of the created moments is also important. For example, if the teams played 2: 2, but these 4 total goals were delivered on target, it is difficult to expect an abundance of goals in their subsequent matches.

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