Hasek System

This is a system that you can play with a smaller bank, and is played with a small number of couples on the ballot in order to maximize the chances of winning.

 One round of the game will take 6 consecutive days and can start any day of the week. However it is recommended to start on Tuesday, as they do not play on Monday because Monday is the lowest offer, so the hardest draw ticket. You are allowed to play all sports.

The system begins with the first day (first column) by the 5 papers. Stake per slip is arbitrary, but all papers should have the same stake. Suppose the stake per slip 10kn, so the total investment for the first pillar of 50kn. Gain on transient slips first day serving as a stake for the second day (the second pillar). And so every day reinvest gains until the last six days. The goal is to bring at least one ticket to the sixth day.

 To help manage lead slip to the end of the string, here are a few guidelines that should be followed:

The system starts paying 5 per ticket 10kn (stake is arbitrary) and lasts 6 days (preferably from Tuesday to Sunday).

Money is not raised but as a way to reinvest the next day. Only after the sixth day of the banker wins.

Each label can consist of a maximum of three pairs.

On all ballots must be different couples.

Ulupni coefficient on the cards should be: First day – about 2.5, the second to fourth day – about 2.0, the fifth and sixth day – about 1.5.

If all the leaves are lost before they reach the end of the round (sixth day), starting a new cycle with the initial stake. No trying to restore the lost reckless bets with large stake.

An example of the system (for 1 ticket):

First day (first column): 10kn at odds about. 2.5 = 25kn

Second day (second tier): 25kn to the coefficient of approximately 2.0 = 50kn

3rd day (third column): 50kn to the coefficient of approximately 2.0 = 100kn

4th day (fourth column): 100kn at odds about 2.0 = 200 kn

5th day (fifth column): 200kn the coefficient of approximately 1.5 = 300kn

6th day (sixth column): 300kn at odds about 1.5 = 450 HRK

The circle is closed, you can banker and starts a new round with 5 new cards.

From the example shows that if it is able to get only one ticket to the end, with 10kn can earn as much as 450 HRK. Realistically this is easily possible because the higher the stakes at the end of it on a card placed lower coefficient, reducing the possibility of error.