Staking Plans in TSM

If you are going to make money long term in betting you need to have some sort of money management in place.

Professional Bettors treat their betting as a business. By simply recording your bets in detail is a great start to making money long term. If you want to go the next level you need to use the correct type of staking plan for your selection system.

The Staking Machine has every type of staking plan conceivable. From low risk level stakes to the high risk Pro Staking Plan. From the famous Fibonacci Sequence to the not so famous Bookies Bank Staking Plan. Is your current staking plan likely to bankrupt you ? Could you increase your profits by using a recovery based staking plan whilst still keeping your risk level low ?

If you are new to staking plans it is well worth having a read through the staking plan descriptions in the right column on this page.

There are 43 Back and Lay Staking Plans available in TSM – These are also 2 additional Each Way Staking Plans that can be used.  

One click is all it takes to switch staking plans and see if you could of increased profits by making a few simple changes. Each staking plan is fully editable. A Description for each staking plan can be found in the right hand column on every page on the TSM main site.

  • 26 Back Staking Plans – Level Stakes, 1326, D’alembert, Fibonacci, Percentage, Parlay, Pro, Secure, Fixed, Kelly, Square Root, Labouchere, Retirement, Bookies Bank, the infinite settings of XYZ, Up X Down Y, L.P.28, Stop at a Winner, Recovery, Rolling Doubles, Recovery Type 2, Recovery Type 3, Bookies Bank V2 and Bookies Bank V3, Coup Master, 1 Point Back and i-TSM.  
  • 17 Lay Staking Plans – Lay Level, Lay Percentage, Lay Liability, Lay Liability Percentage, Lay Mixed, Lay Maria, Lay Maria Liability, Lay Ladder, Lay Kelly, Lay 1-4, Lay HiPro86 SP4, Lay % Recovery, Lay Labouchere, Lay XYZ, Lay % Up Down, Lay Goff,and Lay 1 Point.
  • 2 Each Way Staking Plans – Each-Way Level and Each-Way Combined

Editable Settings – Each staking plan can be configured to allow for virtually any possibility.