The “Goings After” With The Use Of The Progression

Usually the gamers while playing with the ‘’goings after” don’t think much about the time and the sum, which they want to win. Often the first stakes are done with the notes about the big winning, but after the loss the gambler only leaves to get back his money. And the opposite at all situation exists, if you leave to play with the “going after” based on the arithmetical progression. And what is the mathematical progression I think everyone should know (but for the being sure: in the arithmetical progression every next number is different from the pervious on the same number).

And you’ll ask:”How can my stakes be connected with this?!” and I’ll answer:”you can make you stakes in the system of the arithmetical progression”. I mean, for example, after your first bet your lottery should be 5$, after the second – 10$, after the third – 15$, and so on. So after each stake your winning is bigger in 5$. And what about the loss will you ask again?! And the thing is that there is no loss!!! There is no, because we’re playing the “going after” and in the best case we bet on the same event to play off our previous loss and win the sum, which you have to checking with the arithmetical progression.

This system can be described by a very easy mathematical formula:

The sum = (winning + loss)/ (coefficient-1)

The sum – is the sum of your bet on each round of the “going after” (let’s pretend N round)
The loss – your previous loss, means the loss for the N-1 round of your playing
The winning – is the winning, which you have to get on this round of the “going after”, it’s easy to count with the formula N*W, where N – the number of the “goings after”, the W – is the winning for an each round of the “going after”
Coefficient – is the coefficient on the event, which is gone after.

So what do we get while playing with this system?

We get the fact, that after each game of the team, which we’re “going after”, we have the certain and always similar sum of the money which we get all the time. It means, that if we “go after” the team on the total less (and only the “going after” the totals has sense), it doesn’t matter how many times the team will play more – 1 from 10 times, or 9 from 10 times, we’ll have our winning 50$ (f we want to get %$ for the match)anyway.

The only one problem is having enough money to put on the previous loss if the “going after” is long.

The best use of this strategy is using the “going after” of a few teams or even the whole championship.

Let’s pretend, we’re going after ten teams and for each team we have got 1$, it means that after the first day of the stakes we’ve got 10$ – really (if everything went on right) or potentially (if some teams didn’t play an you’ll have to “go after” them in the future).

If you choose the teams right, we’ll already have the reserve of the money for one team if the “going after” is long. In my opinion it’s one of the best systems to play the “going after”, which needs only enough money and giving not bad practical 100% winnings. But I’d like to tell you once more about the danger which exist while playing with the “going after”. If you get into the long event, which is opposite to that, which you’re “going after”, you can lose everything.