Chase Betting Systems (also known as Dog Chase Bets)

If you are familiar with an old adage as an experienced athlete, losing your shirt and losing your account will lose your losers if you lose your losers. It's time to drop it absolutely out of the window and learn first that its worst scenario is chasing the losers. In order to make money with a haul system, you need three elements:

1. A decent bankroll (or account balance)

2. The plan

3. Strong Stomach for Execution of the Plan

The old quotation states that anyone who is pursuing losses is through his bankroll. This is true unless you have a true plan, a strong stomach and a decent bankroll. Let me explain. The old announcement comes from a gambler who throws $ 100 into Team 1 to win today. Team 1 loses, so tomorrow the gambler takes $ 200 to Team 2 to win (he thinks he can not lose twice and Team 2 is a sure thing). Team 2 loses, then on the 3rd day counts the remaining bankroll for the third team and loses its bankroll in three days. The old quotation is true, because this is a gambler … not for you.

See that a chase system uses simple maths to never lose money. However, you need to make sure that you have to make the right amount and give yourself the courage to follow this program. The system can be easily tracked regardless of which sport it is for, whether it is being pursued by a team or a general sport. In 2007 AFSB conducted a study of the chase system in the NHL, focusing on the Montreal Canaani. The system worked: On Day 1, $ 25.00 was spent on Montreal if Montreal lost, the next time Montreal played $ 50.00 in Montreal, Montreal would lose if Montreal lost it, the next game was $ 100.00. Montreal lost the game, then stacked $ 200 in Montreal, and so on while Montreal wins or runs out of money. After winning Montreal, the system will be restored, and the next time Montreal win 25 dollars in the next game, if he lost Montreal, he would have missed $ 50 in the next game in Montreal. However, if he won, the next game was $ 25

This simple system made us $ 1,210.00 in 2007 in the NBA playoffs (see the article about Absolutely Free Sports bets on the NBA Dog-Chase system). We used this system again in the 2008 MLB playoff and we took a nice $ 1,373.00.

In the 2010 NCAA basketball season, this system is used in a more general manner. We play a Dog-Chase and a Favorite Chase, which is not a teamwork. Click on the Free Picks link to try out the 2010 NCAA Basketball Running System.

To prevent your account from being compromised, we recommend that you only play 1/4 of the normal amount to play games. For example, if you spend $ 100 on a game, you will only have to bid 25.00 dollars per game on a runtime. Therefore:

The chase system is based on the assumption that it can not mislead a game for seven days in succession. If you pay 10,000 dollars per event per event and are 7 times in a row wrong, you will receive $ 400, $ 400, $ 800, $ 1,600, $ 3,200, $ 6,400 for $ 7,400 for the seventh game. To defend yourself, you should do 1/4 of the normal amount, in the examples we assume that 1/4 $ 25.00 / $ 25, $ 50, $ 100, $ 200, $ 400, $ 800, and $ 1,600 / $.)

is the power of the Chase system. Let's look at a gambler who wins 14 games (14 days a day), and this gambler does not do that well, he wins 6 and loses 8. Example 1 below shows that $ 100 per game per game per game. Example 2 shows the same gambler with the same results but throws $ 25.00 in the Chase system.

first Example – Sports bettor who has won 6 wins and 8

betting $ 10,000 per game, a game per day

Game 1: Winner, $ 91.00

Game 2: Winner, $ 91.00

Game 3: Loss – $ 100.00

Game 4: Loss – $ 100.00

Game 5: Loss – $ 100.00

Game 6: Winner $ 91.00

Game 7: Loss – $ 100.00

Game 8: Loss – $ 100.00

Game 9: Winner $ 91.00

Game10: Loss – $ 100.00

Game 11: Winner $ 91.00

Game 12: Loss – $ 100.00

Game 13: Loss – $ 100.00

14. Game: Winner $ 91.00

This gambler has lost 6-8 years and $ 254.00 in a two-week period.

2nd example – Sports Gambler with 6 wins and 8

bets $ 25.00 per game (chase rules), a game per day

The game counts 1: 25 and wins $ 23.00 so in the next game:

In 2: 25 play bet and win $ 23.00 so in the next game:

The 3: 25 game bet and loss – $ 25.00 so in the following game:

Receive and lose 4: 50 game – $ 50.00 so in the game:

Play 5: $ 100 for bet and loss – $ 100.00 so in the next game:

Game 6: $ 200 bet and win + $ 182.00 so in the following game:

Game 7: $ 25 for bet and loss – $ 25.00 so in the following game:

Game 8: $ 50 for bet and loss – $ 50.00 so in the following game:

Play 9: $ 100 bet and win $ 91.00 so in the next game:

Game10: $ 25 for bet and loss – $ 25.00 so in the following game:

Game 11: $ 50 bet and win $ 45.00 so in the following game:

Game 12: $ 25 bet and loss – $ 25.00 so in the following game:

Play 13: $ 50 for bet and loss – $ 50.00 so in the next game:

Playing 14: $ 100 Betting and Winnings $ 91.00

This player is 6-8 and WON $ 105.00 for a two-week period with a losing record

Obviously you can use this system as you like: [19659002] (1) Team-specific. In 2007, we only received this system in NHL in Montreal. If Montreal was lost, he would have doubled in the next game if we win, then we returned to our starting point in the next game.

(2) Position specific: In 2010, a dog and a pet will play in NCAA Basketball every day if the dog is lost, we will double the next day if the dog wins the next day, we return to our starting point the next day. (The same is true of our favorite system)

(3) Exact situation in the series: In the 2007 NBA playoffs we played in a series in a dog so the dog is Team 1 as Team 2 but Team 2 can be the dog in the 2nd game. We played in the dog, no matter who played in the previous game.

You have to be cautious, there will be a point where you will bet more than ever before a match on your winnings. Please do not accept a normal unit, 1/4 or less.

If you're skeptical, check out our 2007 article about NBA Dog-Chase, check out our results from the MLB 2008 or click on the Free Picks link from our website to see how the system works in 2010 . If you see how it works, it will be addictive.