Hello,

4) initial stake: 1% of the capital based on the Maria Lay System with the same odds (range1: 3.5, range2: 7.4, range3: 11)

5) If the race is won continue with the standard stake

6) if the race is lost the next bet will be: initial bet + last loss

7) if the next race is also a loser, the new stake will be: initial stake + (total losses / no. Races that generated the loss).

Not sure it's clear.

The Maria stacking plan supposes % of bank for next bet (if it lost). That's the ranges are for.

But you need to add 100% of the loss to the next bet.

Which one should I do?

Hi Tim

I'll give you a numerical example.

Let's say I have $ 300 in total cash.

The first stake with the Maria Lay System would be:

1% of the total cash if the odds is less or equal than @3.5

0.60% if the odds are between @3.51 and @7.40

0.40% if the odds are between @7.41 and @11.

Suppose the odds of the first bet are @5.00.

The stake would be (300 x 0.60%) = $ 1.80

The liability will be (1.80 * (5.00-1)) = $ 7.20

I lose.

The new balance will be (300.00 - 7.20) = $ 292.80

We suppose that the odds of the next bet is @3.80

I would like the next bet is:

(7.20 + (292.20 * 0.60%) = (7.20 + 1.75) = 8.95 $

If I lose this too, the next bet will be calculated as follows:

n. consecutive loss = 2

total loss = 7.20 + 8.95 = $ 16.15

Current balance is = 300-7.20-8.95 = 283.85

Suppose the third bet is 2.00

The new stake must be: ((7.20 + 8.95) / 2 + (283.85 * 1%)

(16.15 / 2) +2.84 = 10.92

I hope I have been clearer.

Thanks a lot Tim

Best regards

Davide