FSUsem brought the Fibonacci sequence betting style to the board a few years ago, IIRC. so, if i describe this incorrectly, please correct me. sequence is this: 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, etc. to get the next number, you basically add the first two before it. 1+2=3, 2+3=5, etc. with normal -110 juice, you need to win at least 53% of the time in order to be in the black and win money (assuming you bet the same amount for each bet). by betting using the Fibonacci sequence, it allows you to to be somewhere in the 40% range in order to win money. I can't remember the exact number, i was thinking around 45%, but I could be wrong on that. for simple purposes, i'll use $10 as your base number. you keep working the chain until you win 2 out of the last 3 of your bets. your first bet will be $10 (base). your second bet will be $20, no matter of a win or loss on the $10 bet. If you win your $10 bet and win the $20 bet, then the chain ends and you will then start a new 10 and 20 chain. if you lose $10 bet, but win the $20, your next bet you will reduce your bet back down to $10. if you win that bet, chain ends. if you lose, you move back up to 20. if you lose that bet, next bet will increase to 30. if you lose 8 bets in a row, the chain ends and you should possibly think about stopping betting altogether. i've never really bet on MLB before. i don't have time to follow it enough to know who/what to bet on. what I've been doing is picking 3 teams and stricly betting the under on each game. This is a very limited sample size; therefore, i'm treading lightly since i'm testing this out. I don't have any logic or reason to pick unders vs overs. I feel that being as consistent as possible is key during this test phase and will help eliminate the possibility of me losing 5 or 6 in a row on a fairly often basis. in one week of bets, i'm up around 8 base units. tl;dr pick a few teams and exclusively bet unders on their games. use Fibonacci sequence for your betting amounts. profit?