If you're happy to accept lower returns you can vastly improve your chance of success!
The first thing you need to understand with dutching is that you’re going to be placing bets that are definitely going to lose and that you’re not going to have a single result that you’re rooting for!
The approach is based on a betting strategy devised by Arthur Flegenheimer (aka Dutch Schultz) who ran a number of racetrack rackets with Al Capone. It effectively requires that you divide your stake proportionately over a number of bets in such a way that no matter which wins, you’ll win the same amount. Let’s give you an example. If you wanted to spend £100 backing either Player A, B or C to score first and they were priced at 4-1, 6-1 and 12-1 respectively, the dutching calculator shows that you should stake £47.64, £34.03 and £18.32 respectively. This will then guarantee you a return of £238.22 regardless of which player is successful. It also combines the probability of success so the chances of either A, B or C scoring first is 42%, far higher than each individual player’s chances.
To use the Dutch Calculator, simply rename the Events with your footballing events, enter the odds in decimal format and enter your stake. The spreadsheet will automatically update.