A simple snooker betting system

Few days ago I wrote about my biggest mistake in martingale. I made it betting on snooker. Now, I bet on snooker in different way and I want to write about it. The system is really simple. I play only live and I play for the winner in every frame, if the odds allow me to do it.

I bet for the underdog in the frame when the odds reach some level. You know that when a player is on the table and make points after points the odds for the player who sits on his chair are going higher and higher. Here is my point. I simply wait until the odds reach the level I want and I bet for the underdog in this frame. Sometimes it is really nice to bet for Ronnie on 5 coefficient :).

Here is the example from today. 5 minutes ago the match between Stephen Hendry and Peter Ebdon finished. Ebdon won by 5:1, but the game was great and I think Hendry lost the match almost without making a single huge mistake.

What happened with my betting? Usually I bet when the odds go to 3 for the underdog. Today I did it with 5 coefficient for win for the man on the chair. Actually, sometimes the difference between 3 and 5 is about tho shots. It is about a punter’s stile of betting. If the punter want more bets and a bit safer then bet when the odds are lower, if you want bigger coefficients, just wait for few shots. However, the ROI is almost the same – about 120% in both ways.

So I wait until the odds are 5 for the underdog.

Frame 1: I bet for Hendry with coefficient of 5.5. The result at this time was 0-40 for Ebdon. I lost. Total for this match -1 unit.
Frame 2: I bet for Hendry with coefficient of 5.5. The result at this time was 0-18 for Ebdon. I lost. Total for this match -2 units.
Frame 3: I bet for Ebdon with coefficient of 5. The result at this time was 0-23 for Hendry. I won. Total for this match +2 units.
Frame 4: The bookie did not offer coefficient more than 3.75, so I did not bet.
Frame 5: The bookie did not offer coefficient more than 3.75, so I did not bet.
Frame 6: I bet for Hendry with coefficient of 5. The result at this time was 9-34 for Ebdon. I lost. Total for today +1 unit.

That is. I bet on straight 100 bets and then I calculate the ROI. The last sequence of 100 bets gave me 123.5 ROI.

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My biggest mistake with martingale

Right now, I am watching the snooker match between Dave Harold and Stephen Maguire and I remembered what I did few year ago. I want to share this with you, because it is very funny. I had brilliant idea about martingale system and I could not resist to try it which led to my biggest failure in betting.

I remember I walked on the street and thought something like: “Wow, this is great it can not be wrong. I am going to succeed”, well, now I am laughing for this street walk few years ago. I remembered a joke now about succeed, but you will find it on the bottom of this post 🙂 .

Then I also watched snooker and I found out that the underdog has more than 2 coefficient to win in every frame and also even Ronnie lose some frames, so my idea was simply to bet in live martingale for the underdog. Of course the betting would stop when the underdog get a frame in 5 from 9 games and some frames in longer games.

Even now, I do believe there is some point in this system, but I don’t dare to try it again. What happened? Neel Robertson played with some player, I can’t recall his name now and easily won with 5-0 and I lost everything I had.

However, I must say it again, this system can be profitable, but it has to be played very carefully.

Now, the joke. May be many of you know about it, but anyway. So, we have a man climbing Everest. On the 4000 meters a beautiful blond woman stop him and told him: “Do you want sex with me or you want to succeed?” The man answered: “I want to succeed!”. The same situation happened again on the 6000 meters, but with beautiful brown hair woman and the answer was the same.

The final result here is that on the top of Everest, strong black man came up and simply said to the man: “Hello, my friend. My name is Seed!” 🙂 That is 🙂

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