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Route 66 Staking Plan

So called because of the famous Route 66 and the fact that 66 is a pretty handy number and $66 isn’t much to invest to find out if this works for you.

The Route 66 Staking Plan will ONLY work for you if your selection system is soundly based and throws up most winners at around the $4 mark but, occasionally, throws up a double figure winner.

Sound like you?

Here’s the staking idea based on a bank of $66.

Break your bank into $22 in the win section and $44 in the place section.

The idea is that all your win bets are calculated by multiplying the first figure of the bank by 2 -e.g. $22, that is, 2 x 2 = $4.

The place bets are calculated by multiplying the first figure of the bank by 3 -e.g. $44, that is 3 x 4 = $12.

This is the “base size” bet that you NEVER go under.

When the “win bank” increases however from the base level, the win bets do increase and decrease but never under the starting level.

The idea of course is that you should get many more place getters than winners and the place bank then “subsidises” the longer run of outs that inevitably plague the win side of the ledger.

Obviously, the place bank has a far greater chance of increasing than the win bank so you will end up probably having considerably more on your selections for a place than a win as the progression continues.

A winner though evens things up again as far as proportional betting is concerned.

However, it goes without saying, that this is fraught with danger if you do not have a consistent method of winner selection.

If your bank increases by 50% (to $99 on the example above) take the profit and start again.That way, if you lose your entire bank, which is quite likely, you have a half interest already with profit taken, to try again.

No staking plan can make up for plainly poor selections.

Disclaimer: Gambling on racing can be a very risky business and should only be undertaken with money you can comfortably afford to lose., or any of its associates or subsidiaries, cannot accept any responsibility for any loss occurred whatsoever in the use, or misuse, of information supplied



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