Passionate sports bettors regularly think about how to maximize their profits. It is then a question of finding the optimal strategy in order to bring in the greatest possible betting profit. A large number of systems have therefore been established that players use. One of them is the so-called 1-3-2-6 system. I will now present this exciting system to you.

## What is the system 1-3-2-6

The 1-3-2-6 betting system is based on the basic principle of positive progression. It is similar to the Paroli system. The basic game idea is that after a successful bet you increase your bet, if you lose you then reduce your bet. With this variant, the player can end up with a fairly high profit, with relatively small stakes.

The system consists of four stages which together complete a round of betting. The numbers 1, 3, 2 and 6 represent the betting units used per level.

## The system in detail

We assume that we only bet on bets with odds of 2.0. In total, the system comprises four stages that end a complete round of betting. At the beginning of the four levels we start with 200 euros.

## Starting capital 200 euros

Step 1: We invest 100 euros in a sports bet with odds of 2.0. If we win, we now have 300 euros (200 euros from the bet and 100 euros remaining budget). If we lose, we start again with level 1 – with the same starting capital (i.e. 200 euros). Stage 2: We bet all the available money, i.e. 300 euros (200 euros of the starting capital plus the 100 euros won). With a successful bet our bankroll is now 600 euros, with a losing bet we have lost our entire round capital of 200 euros and start with a new 200 euros in stage 1.

Stage 3: We set aside 400 euros from our capital (600 euros) and play our next bet with a stake of 200 euros. If we win, we have 800 euros in our betting account. If we lose the bet, we end the betting series with a profit of 200 euros.

Step 4: From our 800 euros we keep 200 euros so that if we lose, we end the betting series with “zero” (no win or loss). The last bet is therefore 600 euros. This bet decides whether we can turn the 200 euros into 1400 euros (1200 euros net profit) or whether we end the betting series with a balanced balance.

## What to consider

If you lose on the first level, you repeat the game with the same bet.

During the second stage, you risk your entire turn budget. Therefore, it is important to choose the second stage bet carefully.

If you lose the third level, you still end the round with a profit of 2 betting units.

In the last stage it is decided whether you end the round as a big winner or whether you are back with your starting capital.