Original title: Football Wealth: "Consecutive Descending" of the two types of discs that are easy to get out of favor
The author once published an article called "How to judge the unpopularity" in 2017, but the full text only explains the factors that induce the unpopularity from a fundamental perspective. Therefore, the concept of the article content is vague and empty talk, which cannot be used better In actual combat.
To this end, the author collects information, organizes two types of discs that are easy to be unpopular, and shares them with you. This series of articles is aimed at mainstream competitions, starting from the point of set compensation, taking the Macau Asian game as the standard, referring to its dynamic characteristics and data from the beginning to the spot, and combining the fundamentals, it has a higher technical content and practical value.
What we bring to you today is the first type of disk-"continuous drop".
Continuous drop, that is, in the middle and late stages of the Macau market with more than one goal, the ball will retreat at least twice, and the market will not be raised again, and the exit will be maintained until the game. Because this phenomenon lowers the threshold for hitting the upper game and puts a certain pressure on the next game, it seems that the former is easy to play, but in fact, this type of game is easy to win the latter, or even upset.
There are usually two reasons for "continuous drop". The first is that the organization knows from a special channel that there is an unexpected situation for the ball, and there is a high probability of a small win or no win. This is an active operation of the organization; Unpredictable market players put large amounts of funds into the next market in batches, resulting in an imbalance in the payment of funds, which is a passive operation of institutions. In short, no matter whether it is active or passive, most institutions are unable to maintain the initial situation, and need to make timely market adjustments to balance the water level and reduce the risk of compensation.