CRASH GAME STRATEGIES
1. The simplest method is selecting an auto-cashout number such as 1.5x, and always collecting your profit at this amount. Or you could set your cashout multiplier much higher, for example 5x. This will mean you might win fewer bets but you will win big on these.
2. There are also more complex strategies, such as the Martingale betting system, which in fact first developed in 18th century France. While the exact numbers involved tend to vary from player to player, the basic principle remains the same. If you lose a game, in the next round you increase your bet by a certain fixed percentage, and once you win, the bet decreases back to the starting amount.
The idea is that even if you make several losses in a row, an eventual win will not only recover these losses but in fact make a profit. Such a strategy is best suited for those with a large bankroll since losses will not wipe out your balance and so you can keep playing until you win. If you are doing this for the first time, here are the Martingale settings we recommend.
Go to “Auto” and “on loss” you should type “1.5x,” meaning after each loss your bet size increases by 1.5x. For “on win” simply choose the “return to base” option. This is a basic Martingale strategy, and you can tweak the numbers and decide whether you want to choose to auto-cashout once you have more confidence in this method. What are the risks of such a method? If you hit an unlucky streak of losses, you will lose money very quickly as the amount you are betting will keep increasing.
3. The anti-Martingale is yet another strategy, less well-known but equally effective. Some players believe that they have “hot” or winning streaks, in which they win several games in a row, as well as “cold” or losing streaks. To take advantage of this, after each win they increase their bet size by a certain amount, and after each loss they decrease their bet size, meaning they make lots of money on winning streaks and minimise losses on losing streaks. To implement this strategy, use the same settings as the Martingale under “on loss” and “on win,” but reversed. Under “on loss” select “return to base,” and under “On win” select the amount by which you wish to increase your bet size. The risks are similar to a Martingale approach.
Of course, we would recommend doing your own research before applying any of these strategies, since there is such a wide variety of them, and it is worth understanding the pros and cons of each.