For the Sic Bo formula that is popularly used is the Martingale formula and the Super Martingale formula. Both of which can help us withdraw the lost money back with 1 unit of profit. But the condition must be Compound every time you lose For details of both formulas are as follows.
Martingale walking formula
Let’s start with the most popular money-walking formula that is used the most. Because it can be used with every gambling game In principle. It’s simple, we just place a double bet on the last lost turn. Also known as the thrust. The UFABET bet will be divided into 5 rounds or 5 sticks only counting the losing rounds. Which has the following methods of placing bets
- Round 1 bet 100 baht, if winning the next round, place 100 baht if losing
- 2nd round bet 200 baht (twice the losing round) if winning the next round. Go back to bet 100 baht, but if losing
- 3rd round, bet 400 baht, if you win, return to place 100 baht as usual, but if you lose
- Round 4, bet 800 baht, if you win, return to place 100 baht again, but if you lose
- Round 5 bet 1,600 baht. If you win in this round. We will get the money that was lost in all 4 rounds back with a profit of 100 baht.
In conclusion, if we are going to use the Martingale formula, it is necessary to have a capital of at least 3,100 baht. But the good way should be more, about 100 units are good because if we really fall, there is a chance to lose all 5 rounds as well. Which means we lose a large amount of money. However, if losing 5 times in a row like this, I recommend that it be better to stop.
Super Martingale money walk formula
This formula is similar to Martingale in that if you win, you bet 1 unit back, but if you lose, you double your bet with another unit within 5 sticks as before. The formula format will come out as follows.
1 – 3 – 7 – 15 – 31 = 57 units
It means that if we set 1 investment unit equal to 100 baht, this formula we need to have at least 5,700 baht. And if we win in the 5th round, we will receive a profit of 5 units or 500 baht, which is different from Martingale that can only make 1 unit of profit.