The All-In approach means that you risk your entire bankroll. For example, if you begin with $200 and win $200 on your maiden bet, you’ll stake $400 on your next bet. If you win that as well, you’ll risk $800 on your next.
It’s the fastest way to double your money. However, it takes one lousy bounce from someone’s stake to lose all your money. Then what?
You can use the “all-in” approach again to build your lost bankroll if you intend to reload your sportsbook.
Although it’s comparatively complicated than others, the Kelly Criterion approach is among the most common in modern hocking betting systems, especially for seasoned bettors.
Through this approach, you base the bet’s amount on things you have the strongest feeling of winning.
This way, you’ll only risk on bets you’re confident of (and hopefully win) and avoid the risk where you have the slightest edge-on.