The Dutch Martingale is a method of play that is always good to know. However, its principle is perhaps slightly more complex than for other martingales. All the same, we take stock of it:
How and why to use the Dutch martingale? The advantage of this technique is to increase your stake with a chip each time you lose. You must stay on the same bet amount until you win.
Example: you bet a euro but you lose the round. If you lose four times in a row, you will have to bet four times two euros. When you win a round, you will get a small euro. But afterward, if you win, you will automatically pay two euros each time.
The huge advantage of the Dutch martingale is that once you manage to make a profit, you gain an additional benefit in the number of chips. The longer you take to recover your losses, the more money you make, which indeed may seem contradictory.
However, the fault of the Dutch Martingale is not to be taken lightly since it requires extra concentration. It takes a long time to recover the lost money, sometimes more than an hour. So you have to be mentally very solid to be able to use this technique.
Here is a table that will be of great help to you:
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