Bet 20 Rolling Trixies in an Exchange




A Trixie is 4 bets – – –  3 doubles and a treble.
This staking plan is best suited to bets that hit plenty of winners.
If you have a source of a good percentage of winners even at quite short odds, this staking plan could build up a nice profit for you.
3 consecutive winners  at any point within 22 bets will guarantee a completed Trixie.
4 consecutive winners guarantees 2 completed Trixies, and 5 consecutive winners = 3 completed Trixies, ands so on.
2 consecutive winners, or 2 winners within 3 bets guarantees a winning double.
The risk here is that your selection method doesn’t hit a high enough percentage of winners, or that the odds of your winners are too small to cover losing Trixies within your staking sequence.

Note that to bet a multiple in an exchange using this method, you you will need to know the result of one event before betting the next.
We can bet a Trixie in an exchange by placing 3 separate bets, one bet at a time.
We DO NOT bet the whole Trixie in one go as per a bookie Trixie bet.

It doesn’t matter if each bet is a a few minutes or even a week or more apart, and it doesn’t matter if we have no idea what we will bet on with our next bet.
All that matters is that we know the result of one event before betting the next.
Also, we can stop at any time and start afresh, even in the middle of more than one Trixie, so if we have a nice profit we can stop while we are ahead, or if we hit a bad sequence, we can stop and start again from scratch..
We do not have to let our bets continue as you would do with a bookie’s Trixie bet . . . We can stop at any time, in the middle of our Trixies..

This spreadsheet shows the staking required to bet 20 rolling Trixies in an exchange.
Each new bet starts a new Trixie, and continues previous Trixies that have not yet completed.
Bets for each individual Trixie are added together so that we only place one stake on each of our selections.
The example below shows Horses, but we can bet anything, . . .  football, horses, tennis, cricket, etc. or any combination.
All that we need to do is make sure that one event finishes before the next event starts, so that we know each result in turn before placing the next stake.

To get the stake in the table below, add the Bets together that are on the same row.
For example, betting a horse in 5 separate races could complete 3 Trixies, but the spreadsheet covers 20 Trixies in 22 bets using a much bigger table..
Horse 1 – – Stake 1 would be Trixie 1 bet 1.
Horse 2 – – Stake 2 would be Trixie 1 bet 2, plus Trixie 2 bet 1.
Horse 3 – – Stake 3 would be Trixie 1 bet 3, plus Trixie 2 bet 2, plus Trixie 3 bet 1.
Horse 4 – – Stake 4 would be Trixie 2 bet 3, plus Trixie 3 bet 2.
Horse 5 – – Stake 5 would be Trixie 3 bet 3.