# Star Alternative Progression Betting System Explained

Written by Jennifer Lynn
Reviewed by Richard Grant

## Introduction

In this article, we explore an alternative betting progression system, akin to the star system, designed to enhance your betting strategy. This system aims to provide a more efficient way to manage your bets, particularly in scenarios where you might experience consecutive losses.

## Understanding the Basic Progression System

The basic progression system is outlined as follows, requiring two wins at any level to revert to the base bet:

• Initial Sequence:
1. Bet 1 unit, repeat if won
2. Bet 2 units, repeat if won
3. Continue doubling the bet until 16 units, then stop
• Example Progression: 1, 1, 2, 2, 4, 4, 8, 8, 16, 16 (stop)

## Recovery Progressions

In cases of losses, the system has recovery progressions:

### Recovery 1

2. Double the bet each time until 32 units
3. Example: 2, 2, 4, 4, 8, 8, 16, 16, 32, 32

### Recovery 2

2. Double the bet each time, reaching 96 units
3. Example: 6, 6, 12, 12, 24, 24, 48, 48, 96, 96
4. Note: Loss of daily bankroll is possible at this point

## The Star Alternative Progression 2

This variant mimics the star system with slight modifications:

• PROGRESSION CHART:
1. Bet 1 unit, win and parlay; move to next bet if lost
2. Continue this pattern, doubling the bet after each loss
3. At higher levels (16, 32 units), repeat the same bet after a loss
4. The progression involves both winning a bet and then losing twice in a row to move to the next level

## Conclusion

This alternative betting progression system offers a structured approach to betting, potentially reducing the bankroll requirement compared to the star system. It’s particularly suitable for table limits ranging from \$5 to \$500. However, it’s essential to approach this system with caution and awareness of the risks, especially the potential for losing the daily bankroll in the higher stages of the recovery progressions.