A variant of the Paroli system, Martin Yung strategy has the same name as its creator. This martingale can prove to be very profitable but it should be borne in mind that the risk is great. Here is all the information you need to know before using it:
Martin Yung strategy works according to the model of a continuous decrease in the number of strokes to be played, in correlation with the possible losses recorded by the player.
Martin Yung strategy is established on the basis of five winning strokes. In this way, if the player manages to win five winning strokes, the stakes will gradually double (1, 2, 4, 6, 16 … etc). The terminal gain amounts to exactly 31 since the bets can go up to 32 with a reduction of 1, which obviously represents the initial bet.
In short, each time the player loses once, his bet increases – following the classic progression found in Paroli – with the only difference that the final objective decreases by 1.
What to remember? Here is the essential information summarized in a betting table: