Soccer, or football, betting can be a multimillion dollar industry, and like several major betting markets there are lots of individuals who develop systems for making their bets. However, there's also a lot of people that take betting systems from one type of game and then try to modify methods to ensure they are assist other sorts of games. These modified systems sound convincing for the novice gambler but often are utterly inappropriate.
Generally speaking, progressive betting systems involve making a compilation of bets where each bet relies upon the outcome in the previous bet. While there are many unique systems of progressive betting, some of the most common ones are variations from the Martingale betting system. In their simplest form, Martingale demands the person making use of it to double the amount in the previous bet at each and every loss around the assumption that they'll eventually win and when they win they're going to get back a bunch of their lost bets along with one unit of profit. Mathematically, the system is unsound in the long term; but if it is suited for a short-term basis by the highly disciplined gambler it could have good results in contests who have 50-50 odds. For this reason it remains popular, however it is still only really suitable for bets its keep is roughly a 50% probability of winning along with the game itself is random, including in roulette.
Employing this system to sports betting is just downright absurd. Unlike random games of risk like roulette the skill of sports teams, and so their performance, just isn't random. Put simply, some teams are better skilled than these plus some teams are better at playing under specific circumstances than others. After a little research, you can make intelligent bets on sport teams, an alternative that is certainly unavailable for the people playing random games of chance like roulette. There is absolutely no valid probability that every teams will eventually come with an equal amount of wins and losses and therefore Martingale and derivatives makes no sense for sport betting. Nevertheless, one often sees betting systems on offer for sports betting which are essentially depending on the traditional Martingale system and this is just benefiting from people's ignorance.
Progressive Betting Systems designed to use Martingale since its underlying premise don't have any invest soccer betting, or sport betting normally. Scalping systems are easily recognizable by suggesting that one bet double (or half) with their previous wager around the next bet for the thought that the team must win at some point. To those that think that is reasonable, consider Derby County F.C., which been able to lose thirty-seven consecutive games between 2007 and 2008.