The Whittacker strategy is a rising whose use is used to limit the, sometimes too fast progression of the stakes of the Classic Martingale. This technique has certain advantages but also constraints that you will discover without delay:
The logic of the Martingale Whittacker strategy is to cover 2 losses after a single gain. This is why this method is slower than the Classic Martingale since it only takes into account the last two losses in a series. In the Martingale Whittacker strategy, the losing streaks will look like 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, etc. Note that there is a variant of the Martingale Whittacker strategy, which spans three successive losses.
The Martingale Whittacker strategy is easy to assimilate. The calculation to define the next bet is actually the sum of the two previous bets. The layout to be followed will therefore be 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34 (1 + 2 = 3, 2 + 3 = 5, 3 + 5 = 8 etc.).
With the Martingale Whittacker strategy, we can clearly see a progressive rise in stakes, unlike the Classic Rise, which is in a way its opposite.
The disadvantage is that the player must have at least two successive winning strokes to erase the losses caused at the start. Sometimes, too, the Martingale Whittacker strategy only works after a sequence of three times of the same color, which happens quite rarely. In addition, as with all roulette methods, the player will have to stop when his accumulation is positive.
Discover the summary table of this Martingale Whittacker strategy:
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