Bet and
Lay strategies with spreadsheet staking
plans.

Both Sides spreadsheets.
Bet and lay the same runner with just a single stake

Both Sides.
Bet and lay the same runner
To a Profit Target
using only a single stake.
3 staking plans
in a single spreadsheet

Bet your
runners to a
Profit Target.

Lay your
runners to a
Profit Target.

Trade your
runners to a profit target using the "Both
Sides" method.
Combine the
Bet and Lay stakes of the 2 staking plans above to get a
single stake.

As we trade each
of our runners using that single bet or lay, one or other of
the 2 staking plans will complete a sequence in every race.
The 2 staking plans combined will have either a winning bet
sequence or a successful lay sequence.

Trade a few
races and we are looking to trade to a Profit
Target in every race.
These spreadsheet staking plans can be used to trade any
sporting or other event.

Trade a
series of races and as the staking progresses, the 2 staking plans hit either a winning
bet or a successful lay in every race.
The combined "Both Sides" staking plan is therefore working towards a
profit from every race.
Once our selections hit a winner followed by a loser, our "Both Sides"
Profit Target staking plans each complete a sequence.
Our profit should then be just short of our profit target multiplied by
the number of races that we have traded.

For example, if we set our
Bet profit target to £2 and our Lay profit target to £2 as well and
trade 10 races, if we hit a winner in the 9th race followed by a loser in
the 10th race, our staking will be aiming to achieve 10 x £2 = £20.
In reality, if we stake as per the spreadsheet using our money, our
profit from our 10 races would be just less than £20.

NEW One Point
Lay staking
plan & One point Bet staking plan.
This is staking method can be applied to betting or laying.
Betting or laying spreadsheets are available below.

Set a Basic Stake, your "One Point", in your spreadsheet.
Whilst there is no loss from the current stakes, the stake will be one basic
stake.
Hit a loss, and stakes increase by one basic stake until the loss is recovered.
Once the debt is recovered, the staking starts a new sequence with a single
basic stake.
That is all there is to it.

The result of this staking method is
that a profit of One Point is made (before commission deductions) for each bet
or lay that we place.
Even with commission deductions, profit will be close to One Point of profit per
bet or lay.
Your "One Point" can be rest at any time in the spreadsheet to any level.

The example below shows the laying version of this spreadsheet.
The basic stake is set to £2 at cell L4, and can be reset in that column
lower down if required.
In the Results column D, we input a zero for hitting a loser or a one for
hitting a winner.
In column D, results hit 7 losers before hitting 2 winners at rows 12 &
13.

Column N shows the size of the Next Stake for the row below - - - the
Next Trade.
After hitting losing trades, stakes in cells E13 & E14 increase by the £2
profit target that is set at cell L4.
Column M shows the amount needed to be won to clear losses and win the
profit of £2 per race set at cell L4.
Note that the total lays in this sheet were 201, with 66 of those
hitting a winner. . . . shown at D1 & D2, for a strike rate of 32.84% of
winners.
Here we see only the first 13 of those lays, to demonstrate the
completion of the first few lays.
A loss recovery progression completes at row 16 with a £10 lay in
column E.

Results start favourably, with the first
7 lays hitting 7 consecutive losers.
Profit after commission is £13.30 at cell J11.
The lays hit 2 winners at rows 12 & 13, for a
loss of -£3.12 and
-£10.40 at cells H12 & H13.
The lay stake increases by one point after hitting that first winner at
row 12.
This laying sequence now needs to win £17.52 at cell M13 to win back the
-£13.52 loss plus One Point of profit from each of those 2 trades in the
sequence so far of 2 x £2 (set at cell L4).

The 3 consecutive losers at rows 14, 15, & 16 clear off the debt in
column M at cell M16, so the staking starts a new sequence with a £2
stake at E17 on row 17.
Profit at cell J16 is £22.58 after 5% commission, from 12 races. . . . .
almost £2 per race after commission in this example.

The spreadsheets available here have a
facility for resetting the basic stake at any time in column L.
If we have good profit, we may decide to increase our basic stake to
boost profits further in coming trades.

At the bottom left of the
video screen below, click the right arrow to skip from one video to the
next :-

Video 1 describes
the One Point LAY
staking plan.

Video 2 describes
the
One Point BET
staking plan.

Bet One Point
staking plan.£10
Use this spreadsheet to Bet with the aim of making one point
of profit from every bet.
The spreadsheet allows inputs for the staking of 300 races
or other events.

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Excel spreadsheet file.

£10

Lay
One Point staking plan.£10
Use this spreadsheet to Lay with the aim of making one point
of profit from every lay.
The spreadsheet allows inputs for the staking of 300 races
or other events.

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PayPal should then route you to a download web page where you can obtain the
Excel spreadsheet file.

£10

Loss recovery.
If we make a loss, we could bet with the aim of recovering that loss
over a series of winning bets.
The spreadsheet below shows the staking for doing that, including
commission deductions.

The spreadsheet can
be set to recover your loss over any set number of winners.
Also, if your loss increases during your Loss Recovery, the staking can be reset
to cover a change in your loss.
This method uses a "Bet to a Profit Target" spreadsheet to show the stakes
required.
The Bet to a Profit Target staking can be used as a staking plan, with the loss
recovery, or set up with a loss in the first row of the spreadsheet, so that it
can be used just to recover a loss.

When
betting to recover a loss, we may hit more losers whilst we are doing that.
If the spreadsheet is set to recover a loss over say, 4 winning bets,
that is what it will do if the next 4 bets are all winners.
If we hit more losers during the loss recovery staking, the
original loss and any subsequent losses will be recovered, but
it will take more races.
Once the loss is recovered, the sheet carries on aiming for the
last profit target that was set in the sheet.

The videos below
demonstrate the spreadsheet.
All that is required to recover a loss over any set number of winning bets, is a
reset of the target amount that we would like to win.
Input a number of winners, and the spreadsheet shows the target stake required
to recover your loss if you hit that number of winners with your next few bets.

Video 1 describes how the
spreadsheet works and the Loss Recovery staking.
The Loss Recovery spreadsheet in this video uses
quite a few columns so it is best viewed in a Full Screen. For a BIGGER VIEW of this video, click the small icon bottom right of the YouTube screen with 4 square
corners.

Video 2 describes how Combined
Odds and Dutching can be used to get a single odds input for use in a
staking plan or any other spreadsheet.

A "Combined Odds" spreadsheet is
also included in this file.
The Loss Recovery spreadsheet
requires a single set of odds for each row.
If you bet by Dutching your runners, a single set of odds can be used in the
Loss Recovery spreadsheet by combining all the odds of your runners.

Enter the odds of your Dutched runners into the Combined Odds sheet and the
Combined Odds of your runners is displayed.
Use the Combined Odds in the Loss Recovery sheet as a single entry, to see the
stake required to Dutch your runners to the Profit Target.
Another name for Combined Odds, is Coupled Odds.

Profit Target
and Loss Recovery spreadsheet
£10
Use this spreadsheet to trade to a Bet profit target with
loss recovery, or use it just for Loss Recovery.
The file also includes a spreadsheet to show the Combined
(or Coupled) Odds of your Dutched bet odds.
A link to the video above is included the spreadsheet file.

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Excel spreadsheet file.

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Both sides.
Bet and lay the same runner
To a Profit Target
using only a single stake.
3 staking plans
in a single spreadsheet
This is how the individual staking
plans work in the Both Sides spreadsheet :-

Bet to a profit target -
Bet until we hit a winner and achieve our desired
profit.
Each bet stake aims to recover any lost stakes from hitting losers, and show a
profit when we hit a winner.

Lay to a profit target -
Lay until we hit a loser and achieve our desired profit.
Each lay stake aims to recover liabilities from hitting
winners, and show a profit when we hit a loser.

Combine those 2 staking plans so that we can
bet and lay the same runner using just a single stake.
For our "Both Sides" stakes, we simply take one stake from the other and
stake the difference.
That will be either a single bet or lay, depending on which is biggest.

We could of course place a bet
and a lay to match the 2 individual staking plans.
Combine the 2 stakes and a single stake does exactly the same. . . . .a bet
and lay of Both Sides of the trade.
The spreadsheet below, shows the staking for doing that.

As we trade a series of
events using our "Both Sides" single stakes, our 2 staking plans combined, hit either a winning bet or a successful lay every time. Therefore, one staking plan or the other
will show a profit in every event that we trade, horse races, football
matches, or anything else.

Over a series of bets and lays that
is reflected in the Both Sides staking plan as we hit winners and losers.
We can therefore in theory, profit from every race, football match etc
that we trade. That is the theory, and in the long term, that is what can happen in
practice when using cash. We will have either hit a winner with a theoretical winning bet, or we will
have hit a loser with a theoretical successful lay.
The word "Theoretical" is used here, as our bets won't always hit a winner and
our lays won't always hit a loser of course, but in the long term, that is what the
"Both Sides" staking plan
will be doing.

Note that, these 2 staking
plans are basically "Chase Your Losses" staking plans.
Staking to chase losses can be a very dangerous strategy.
It is therefore recommended that using very small stakes may be best as
liabilities can escalate very quickly if we hit a series of winners or losers.
That is especially true of the lay side of these trades if we hit winners. Disclaimer. The owner of
this web site cannot be held responsible for losses incurred by third parties.
It is entirely up to the individual to trade sensibly.
Never bet or lay with money that you cannot afford to lose.

The video below describes a single
spreadsheet that includes all 3 staking plans.
Use the Bet or Lay staking plans individually, or combine them for the "Both
Sides" staking plan.

For a bigger view of the video, click the 4 small "Square corners" icon at the
bottom right of the video screen.

Both Sides
staking plan spreadsheet
£20
Use this spreadsheet to trade to a Bet profit target and a
Lay profit target, using a single stake.
The spreadsheet allows inputs for the staking of 100 races
or other events.
A video description of the strategy and the spreadsheet is
included.

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Excel spreadsheet file.

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Percentage of Bank staking plan.
. . . . . 2 spreadsheet staking plans :- One for Betting and another for
Laying.
Staking a percentage of your bank is a very well known method of
staking.
Winning bets will increase the stake size, whilst losers will decrease
the stakes.
As we continually stake a percentage of our bank, we should never run
the risk of losing all of our bank if we have a losing streak.
A series of winners will see our bank grow.

A problem with this method is that
we may be limited to one bet at a time, since we need to change our stake size
as we hit winners and losers.
The spreadsheets available here get around that problem by allowing us to bet
several events using the same stake if we choose, or we can let the spreadsheet
update the stake after each individual stake.
That facility allows us to bet several events that take place at the same time,
for example several football matches that all kick off around the same time, or
if we are at work, we can bet several events at the same level of staking and
then update the staking when those results are known.

Want to bet several runners in
the same race to Dutch a market. . . . . . No problem.
A spreadsheet is provided to show the Coupled Odds of your Dutched runners so
that a single entry can be made into the Percentage of Bank sheet.
Enter the odds of your runners into the "Combined Odds" spreadsheet and the
spreadsheet shows those odds coupled.
Use those coupled odds for your entry in the Percentage of Bank sheet as a
single entry and the your staking plan can continue as if you had bet a single
runner.

A graph is provided to show the
profit and loss progress of our trades.
Enter your starting bank and the percentage of your bank for each bet of your
staking plan.
As the odds of runners are entered, the spreadsheet shows the stake required.
Enter the date and the spreadsheet will update after every event.
Leave the date column blank and the spreadsheet keeps the same stake until the
next date is entered.
Once the date is entered, the spreadsheet updates the results and shows an
updated stake when the odds of the next runner are entered into the spreadsheet.

The video below
describes a single Excel spreadsheet file that includes both bet and lay staking plans.
For a bigger view of the video, click the 4 small "Square corners" icon at the
bottom right of the video screen.

Percentage of
Bank
staking plan spreadsheet
£10
Use this spreadsheet to bet or lay a pecentage of your
betting bank.
2 spreadsheet files allow inputs for the staking of 50 or
2000 races
or other events.
Both files contain a Betting spreadsheet and a Laying
spreadsheet.
A video description of the spreadsheets is
included.

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Excel spreadsheet file.

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NEW. Lay a
Percentage Of A Profit Target
staking plan.
The theory behind
this staking method is that after a loss, the staking increases, so
losses may be recovered more quickly than if we simply staked a
percentage of our betting bank.

Use this spreadsheet
to place a series of lays with the intention of winning a specific profit . . .
. . . a Profit Target.
We lay each time to a percentage of our chosen profit.
We set that percentage in the spreadsheet.
Example :
If we set a Profit Target of £40 and stake to a liability of 10% each time, our
first lay would have liabilities of £4.
As we hit winners and losers with
our lays, the liability of each lay goes up and down.

Profit from
successful lays is taken off what we still need to win to get to our chosen
profit.
A profit reduces what we need to win, so the percentage of the next lay
gives a smaller liability.

If we hit a winner with one of
our lays, the loss is
added to what we still need to win to get to our chosen profit.
A loss increases what we need to win, so the percentage of the next lay
gives a bigger liability.

The effect of subtracting profit
and adding losses, (the opposite of laying to a percentage of a Betting
Bank) is that we lay to a Profit Target.

It won't have escaped your notice
that as our profit goes up, our stakes go down.
If our profit continues to
increase if we continue to hit losers with our lays,
we could be laying very small stakes.
It could take us a long time to finally reach our profit target.
To get around that problem, a "Reset" facility is built into the spreadsheet
that allows us to enter a new Profit Target at any time, so that stakes can be
increased without the need to delete all previous stakes and results from the
spreadsheet.
The "Reset" can also be used to reduce stakes if necessary.
If we have favourable results, resetting after making profits can increase the
overall profit of the staking plan.

For a bigger view of the video, click the 4 small "Square corners" icon at the
bottom right of the video screen.

Lay a Percentage
of a Profit Target
staking plan spreadsheet
£10
Use this spreadsheet to lay a percentage of a Profit Target.
2 spreadsheet files allow inputs for the staking of 100 or
1000 races
or other events.

An additional
spreadsheet for Dutching several runners to a Profit Target
is included.

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Excel spreadsheet file.

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NEW.
Lay to a Set Liability
staking plan.
This Lay staking method keeps lay liabilities under control.
Set a lay liability in the spreadsheet and whatever odds we lay, every lay will
have that liability if we are unlucky and hit a winner.

This staking method
can be surprisingly profitable.
Profits from favourable results should compare very favourably with the other
lay staking plans described above, for staking a Percentage of a Bank or Percentage of a Profit
Target.

A "Reset" facility
is built into the spreadsheet that allows us to set a new Lay Liability at any
time, so that stakes can be increased without the need to delete all previous
stakes and results from the spreadsheet.
The "Reset" can also be used to reduce stakes if necessary.
If we have favourable results, resetting after making profits can increase the
overall profit of the staking plan.

For a bigger view of the video
below, click the 4 small "Square corners" icon at the
bottom right of the video screen.

Lay to a Set Lay
Liability
staking plan spreadsheet
£10
Use this spreadsheet to lay a percentage of a Profit Target.
2 spreadsheet files allow inputs for the staking of 100 or
1000 races
or other events.

An additional
spreadsheet for Dutching several runners to a Set Liability
is included.

After payment via
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PayPal should then route you to a download web page where you can obtain the
Excel spreadsheet file.

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NEW. Rolling Lays. The aim of this staking plan is to
allocate a small amount for our first lay, with the aim of re-investing profits
in further lays to roll up profits until we hit a winner with one of our lays.
Whilst we are rolling up our profits, we can reset our Bank at any point to take
some profit.

We start with a very small Bank,
and lay with our lay liability equal to the whole of that bank on our first
runner.

Hit a loser with that first lay
and We now have some profit to play with.
By resetting our Bank, we can extract that profit to use as our bank for the
lays that follow.

To play up our winnings, carry
on laying, each time re-investing our winnings, and each time
with our liability equal to what is in our Bank column in the spreadsheet.

If we reset our Bank again at
any point, we can have profit when we hit the first winner with one of our
lays.

When we eventually hit a winner
with one of our lays, we lose what is in our Bank column at that point.
A "Reset" of our bank before that winner should produce a profit.
We can reset our Bank several times to build our profit whilst we place our
Rolling Lays.

We may decide not to reset the
Bank at all, but aim for a very large profit at some point after hitting a
string of losers.

Method. If our first lay is successful,
we can use the profit from that first successful lay as the initial stake for
all lays that follow until we hit a winner with one of our lays.
That is, we keep re-investing our profit by laying with our lay liability equal
to the total profit that has built up in our Bank column.
As profits grow, our lay stakes grow.
We lay over and over until we either hit a profit that we have decided on
beforehand, (we could withdraw everything and start again), or we hit a winner
with one of our lays.
If we have reset our bank, we could lose nothing as we have been playing up the lay profit from our very first
lay.
Whilst we are rolling up our lays, we have several options :-

Reset our bank after hitting a
loser with our first lay, so that we lose zero on our combined lays when we hit a winner later.
Hit a loser with our first lay and we can have a free stake for all lays
that follow.

Reset our bank at any time so
that we have some profit when we hit a winner later.

Simply allocate a small amount
to lose, and continually lay that stake and any winnings until we hit a
desired profit.
When we reach our target, stop and start again to take all profit, OR, reset
the Bank to a smaller amount to take some profit.

Example :- Using odds of Evens (2.0) to
keep things very simple.
We start with a bank of £10.53.
We lay to a liability of £10.53 on our first runner and if we are successful we reset our bank
to £10.
The extra £0.53 in the starting bank allows for commission at 5% on the first
successful lay.
Reset the bank after that, and we have a straight £10 lay on our 2nd runner and
we roll that up on the lays that follow.
The screenshot below of the spreadsheet, shows a starting bank of £10.53 and the
bank reset to £10 for the 2nd lay.
To keep things simple for this demonstration, odds of 2.0 have been used for all
lays, but this same principle can be used for any size of lay odds.

Result

5.00

<<< Commission

LAY

Win

Stake

Lay

Profit

Total

BANK

Reset

Date

Details

Odds

or Lose

Adjust

Liability

or Loss

P/L

BANK

01-Aug

Horse 1

2.00

0

10.53

-10.53

10.00

10.00

10.53

02-Aug

Horse 2

2.00

0

10.00

-10.00

9.50

19.50

10.00

10.00

03-Aug

Horse 3

2.00

0

19.50

-19.50

18.53

38.03

19.50

04-Aug

Horse 4

2.00

0

38.03

-38.03

36.12

74.15

38.03

05-Aug

Horse 5

2.00

0

74.15

-74.15

70.44

144.59

74.15

06-Aug

Horse 6

2.00

0

144.59

-144.59

137.36

281.95

144.59

07-Aug

Horse 7

2.00

0

281.95

-281.95

267.85

549.81

281.95

08-Aug

Horse 8

2.00

1

549.80

-549.80

-549.80

0.00

549.80

09-Aug

Horse 9

0.00

0.00

10-Aug

Horse 10

0.00

Enter a zero for a loser or a "1" for a winner in
the Result column.
Hit a loser with our first lay and our lays after that can cost us zero if we
hit a winner, shown at horse 8 in this example.
8 successful lays at odds of evens (2.0) wins over £1000 at horse 8 if all 8
were losers. . . . . .(£1072 after commission).
Below :- We may decide
to reset our bank once our profit gets above
£100
- - - after horse 5 in the example below.
Now when we hit a winner at horse 8, we have £100 profit rather than breaking
even with no loss.
We could take profits at any point simply by re-setting the bank. We can
reset at any point and as many times as we like.

Result

5.00

<<< Commission

LAY

Win

Stake

Lay

Profit

Total

BANK

Reset

Date

Details

Odds

or Lose

Adjust

Liability

or Loss

P/L

BANK

01-Aug

Horse 1

2.00

0

10.53

-10.53

10.00

10.00

10.53

02-Aug

Horse 2

2.00

0

10.00

-10.00

9.50

19.50

10.00

10.00

03-Aug

Horse 3

2.00

0

19.50

-19.50

18.53

38.03

19.50

04-Aug

Horse 4

2.00

0

38.03

-38.03

36.12

74.15

38.03

05-Aug

Horse 5

2.00

0

74.15

-74.15

70.44

144.59

74.15

06-Aug

Horse 6

2.00

0

44.00

-44.00

41.80

186.39

44.00

44.00

07-Aug

Horse 7

2.00

0

85.80

-85.80

81.51

267.90

85.80

08-Aug

Horse 8

2.00

1

167.31

-167.31

-167.31

100.59

167.31

09-Aug

Horse 9

100.59

0.00

10-Aug

Horse 10

100.59

Note that if our first lay was at odds of 3.0, we
could start with a Bank of £21.05.
Hit a loser with a lay stake of £10.53, and we can reset the Bank to £10 for our
2nd runner.
Profit from a lay of £10.53 at odds of 3.0 would be £10 after commission at 5%.
A separate spreadsheet is included to work out the size of your first lay to
include commission deductions if you chose to copy the method shown above.

For a bigger view of the video
below, click the 4 small "Square corners" icon at the
bottom right of the video screen.

Rolling Lays
staking plan spreadsheet
£10
Use this spreadsheet to show the staking for placing a
series of lays that re-invest profit each time.
The spreadsheet file allow inputs for the staking of 200 races
or other events.

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Excel spreadsheet file.

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4 Lay staking plans.
Test your past results to see which staking plan may be best for
your lays.
This Excel file contains 4 separate Lay staking plans :-

4 Lay
staking plans spreadsheet
£20
Use these spreadsheet to show the staking for placing a
series of Lays.
The spreadsheets in this file allow inputs for the staking of
100 races
or other events.

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Bet to win a percentage of a Profit Target.
If you are familiar with Betting a Percentage of a Bank, the banking
arrangement for this method is the reverse of that.
If we bet a % of a bank, as we hit winners, winnings are added to our bank so
our bank increases, and our bet stakes increase.
Hit losers, and losses are deducted from the bank, so our bank goes down and bet
stakes decease.

If we do the opposite of that and
deduct winnings but add losses, our bank no longer matches the cash that we are
winning or losing, but it becomes a Profit Target.
We set a profit target in the spreadsheet - - an amount that we would like to
win from our betting.
We stake to win a percentage of that profit target with every bet.
If we hit a winner, we deduct those winnings from our profit target, as we now
need to win a smaller amount to get to our profit.
The next bet is the same percentage of what remains to be won to reach our
profit, but as the remaining target is now smaller, the bet is smaller.
If we hit a loser, we add that loss to our profit target.
What we still need to win to get to our profit is now bigger.
Our next bet after hitting that loser will be bigger as it is a percentage of a
that bigger profit target.

Advantages of this method over the
Bet a Percentage of a Bank method :-

After hitting a
winner or winners, a losing bet should cause less financial damage as the
bet stake will have gone down after the winnings were deducted from the
profit target.

Recovery from a loss should be
better than the Bet a % of a Bank method.
After hitting a loser, the next bet stake will be bigger than the previous
losing bet stake.

Disadvantages of this method
compared with the Bet a Percentage of a Bank method :-

Losses may escalate if we hit a
series of losers.

Profit from a series of winners
will be less than the % of bank method, since our bet stakes will be
reducing.

The spreadsheet allows us to reset
the Profit Target at any time.
Resetting our profit target allows us to increase our bet stakes again if we get
into profit and our bet stakes are reducing.

Bet a percentage of a Profit Target
staking plan spreadsheet
£10
Use this spreadsheet to show the staking for placing a
series of bets aiming for a Profit Target..
The spreadsheet file allow inputs for the staking of 100 races
or other events.
A "Dutch to a Profit Target" spreadsheet is also provided
for betting more than one selection in your race, football
match, etc..

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NEW. Bet to Increase a Bank by
a Set Percentage staking plan.
The theory behind this betting method is compound interest.
We all know how Compound Interest can mount up, so why not use
that for a few favourable results if we get a bit lucky and hit
some winning bets ?
Compound interest adds interest on top of interest :-
£!00 plus 10% = 100 + 10 = £110.
£110 plus 10% = 110+ 11 = £121.
£121 plus 10% = 121 + 12.10 = £133.10.

Compound interest of 10% above adds
interest on top of interest already earned.
If we were placing bets to copy that, our betting bank would be the figure on
the left each time, £100, £110, and £121,and we would be betting to win a profit
of 10% of that which would be £10, £11, and £12.10.
If we could hit 3 winners and win 10% of our betting bank each time, our betting
bank would grow from £100 to £133.10 in 3 bets, if we ignore commission of
course.

This staking method
involves betting to win a profit target with each bet, that is equivalent to a
set percentage of our betting bank.
If we can hit a series of results that pay better than level stakes, our
winnings should gradually grow as our betting bank gets bigger and our profit
target increases.
The theory is that if we are able to hit plenty of winners with our bets, our
betting bank will increase each time, with those profits compounded by the added
percentage of previous winners.
Losing bets would slow that process down of course.

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Bet to Add a Set
Percentage to a Betting Bank,
staking plan spreadsheet
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Use this spreadsheet to bet to increase a betting bank by a
set percentage.
2 spreadsheet files allow inputs for the staking of 100 or
1000 races
or other events.

An additional
spreadsheet for Dutching several runners to a Profit Target
is included.

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4 Bet
staking plans.
Test your past results to see which staking plan may be best for
your Bets.
This Excel file contains 4 separate Bet staking plans :-

Bet a
percentage of a bank

Bet to win a
percentage of a profit target

Bet to add a
percentage to a bank.

Level
Stakes.

Methods 1 to 3 are
described and sold separately above.
The video below compares 4 staking plans for Betting.
These 4 Betting methods allow a comparison to be made.
After comparing some suitable results, we can then select the most
suitable staking plan for our selection method.

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4 Betting
staking plans spreadsheet
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Use these spreadsheet to show the staking for placing a
series of Bets.
The spreadsheets in this file allow inputs for the staking of
100 races
or other events.

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