July 14, 2020


As the name suggests, the tie bet is a bet that a game will end in a tie. The system is particularly well suited for soccer betting, since it is often a draw in comparison. Which teams actually play draws on matchday can be assessed with a skilful strategy for draw bets. Of course, you cannot predict exactly. The progression strategy therefore tackles the bet in a different way. If you have staying power, you can significantly increase your chances of winning with this approach. That's how it works:

1. Solo bet on a draw

Basically, this strategy does not consider the individual match days, but the entire season of a team. This means that a team is drawn for a whole season - without exception. It is irrelevant whether the team plays away or in their own stadium and what the current form of the team looks like. With the progression strategy, you have to consistently hide all other strategies and rely on the same team throughout the season.

Our tip: Teams that are more likely to be found in midfield are suitable for this strategy. If you look at the tables of the last few years, you will find that there are always teams that particularly like to draw - for example, because they do not go forward but defend well. Favorites and underdogs tend to be unsuitable for this betting system - but here too there is no security when betting and the table can only help you.

table draw draw bet
Example: A look at the table 2018/2019 reveals that Bremen and Hoffenheim have played around a third of their games.

2. Gradually increase the stake

If you have committed yourself to a team, you have to hold out. Because now your stake is progressively increased in every loss. As a rule of thumb, there is an increase of 50 percent. Until you win. With every successful tip, it will return to your initial stake. The starting mission is of course based on your discretion. But never forget to have enough money in hand to compensate for loss phases!

In the following example, we would like to show you specifically what a tie progression strategy can look like. For this we look at the matches of 1899 Hoffenheim in the 2018/2019 season. For the sake of simplicity, we take a odds of 3.0 in this example. In reality, the odds are of course subject to certain fluctuations, but this is only about the principle.

So let's assume that you start the season with a stake of five euros:

progression draw bet

In this example, you can see some losses at first glance, but the progression strategy and the growing commitment will bring you a decent plus at the end of the season. Depending on the application, the stakes can increase enormously over a whole season. You should always keep that in mind and have appropriate capital. If you start with small sums, the risk is of course correspondingly lower and the loss manageable. It is important that you follow the strategy consistently so that you achieve the desired profits in the long term.

Tip: If the betting strategy threatens to slide offside, a cash-out may make sense. If you cancel your strategy during the season, you can still save part of your stake across the finish line. the cashout option is even available for live bets.

3. Fibonacci strategy for certain leagues

The so-called Fibonacci strategy is also suitable for selected leagues, such as the Spanish La Liga or the Portuguese Primeira Liga. A system that professionals in particular are increasingly relying on. It is important that you choose a league with only one game at a time for this strategy to minimize the risk - a draw will be fairly certain. In addition, the quota must always be above 2.618. In the course of this strategy, the stakes are not then doubled, but recalculated based on the stakes. That is, the sum of your last two bets is added to the new bet. So if your bet is one euro, the sequence is as follows: 1 euro, 2 euro, 3 euro, 5 euro, 8 euro, 13 euro, 21 euro ... If you win, you then start again

with your initial bet. In contrast to the doubling strategy, you work with a relatively homogeneous effort and minimize your risk.