Staking Plans Explained

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Staking is one of the most important aspects of making money, and hopefully I can help you to improve your winnings. DO NOT expect to make a £MILLION over night, it takes many years of hard full-time study to make enough money to give up all other forms of work, so be patient, and avoid multiple bets of Yankees, etc., very few, if any, make money on these bets.

No tipping service in the history of the World has made instant profits they can maintain for the long term.

Unlike some, I will back odds-on, as a winner counts towards profits, although the risk does increase the lower the price gets. However, I will not back at less than 1/3 with no tax paid. With the Internet these days, you should no longer be paying tax.

Regardless of the staking plans below I only recommend level stakes, or a fixed percentage for beginners of no more than 3%.

The Secure Profit Maker

This is a simple staking plan to use, but can take a little time to get the hang of. It is based on the fact that as the price of a horses increases, its chances of winning are therefore lessened. This staking plan is based on the principal that the higher the price of the horse, the less you place on it, thereby including security into your outlay. On the other hand it takes advantage of the odds by ensuring that the greater they are, the higher the return you get.

Although you can change, and evolve the following as you go to suite your own betting, this has proved to be one of the best staking plans around for method bets, and is used by many other professionals. Any winners over 8/1 give the highest profit, you can raise this, and change the amount you lay depending on how much security/profit you are looking for.


The 50% Investor

This is a simple staking plan that should only be used when the strike rate is more than 45%, although it will work on less, the profitable advantage is reduced.

What ever staking plan you use now, continue to use it throughout this system. Use this as an addition, or work on a level stake basis.

The example below is based on a level stake system;

Place 1 point on the selection. If it loses, place 1 point on the next one, and so on.

If it wins, for example @ 6/4, which returns 2.5 points, take away your stake, leaving the profit, 1.5 in this case, and half it = 0.75 points for the example. Add this to
your next stake. So that would be 1.75 points on your next selection.

Unlike investing all of your winnings, this system has the security of keeping 50% in your pocket.

Win or lose, you return to 1 point for the next race.


Won 2/1
Won 3/1
Won 6/4
Won 5/2
Won 3/1

The Stepping Plan

The staking plan is checked once a week, Sunday evening in my case. Work out what your profit/loss is to a £1 level stake for the past week, and follow these rules:

Starting off initially with a the basic stake as 1 point (1X your stake) for the first week, if, at the end of that week your total is less than £2, then increase your basic stake to 3 points (3X your stake) for the following week.

Again, at the end of that week, if your total is less than £2, then increase your basic stake to 5 points (5X your stake). This is the highest your stake is allowed to go. So if after another week, it’s still less than £2, then your basic stake will stay at 5 points.

If at the end of the week you have made £2 or more, reduce your stake back to 1 point (1X your stake), and start all over again.

The Stepping Plan (2)

This is similar to the above but works on the principle of 1,1,2,2,3 (max points) strictly followed after each race, and not the end of the week. So if your first 2 horses lose, you back the 3rd selection with 2 points (2X your stake), etc., continuing from were you left off the day before.

I do not like this one, although it does improve profits, as you can not include early morning prices, and ante-post bets, as you do not always know how much is supposed to be placed on them.

Level Stakes

This staking plan carries the least risk of the lot of them. You decide on a fixed stake, say £2, and stick to it. That’s it. Simple! Highly recommended for beginners.

% Bank Staking

Is a staking plan used by many people, although this is not part of the above systems, it can be worked into them. But the basic rule here is if you just place 1% of your total bank on each selection, your bank should never reach ‘0’, although most people would for instance starting with £1000, place £10 on each selection and if the bank double to £2000, then increase the stake to £20, or if it halved to £500, reduce it to £5. This is a good way of protecting the betting bank during losing runs.

% Stepper

This method applies to one race only, and is then corrected after each bet. Your bets are split into 3 categories, and are placed as a % of the bank as follows, 2%, 5% and 10%. This is another service were your bank should never reach 0, and is a method used by many.

The Loss Chaser

Avoid this like the plague unless you know how to do risk management. You have no control over your bank, and a losing run can lose it in one bet.

If you lose your bank, either change staking system, or tighten up your method of selecting. But by starting with a bank, you at least know in advance what your going to lose if it all goes wrong.

I hope this is of use to you, and helps you to gain extra profit from your local bookmaker. I will add further systems once I have proved they extend profits, in the future.

If anyone has any other useful staking systems, please feel free to contact me.

Rollover Double

Can be used on the MAIN BET and/or MAXIMUM selections on this site. You place your usual stake on the horse, and if it wins, place all of it onto the next runner. Reduce back to your usual stake whether that selection wins or losses. This system should only be applied to selections that run at over 50%, but can improve profits by over 30%. There is obviously more risk in this method.

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