Explaining the 2-6 Tony Stoffo Money Management System

Since I am in the midst of an up and down month of January, I have made the decision to switch to the Tony Stoffo 2-6 Money Management system for my NBA Player Props & College Basketball plays.

To read about the 2-6 system in detail, please click here: Stoffo. Since it’s Tony system, I’ll let him explain it you (he has several different systems so make sure you are reading about the 2-6 system).

As you can see, it is a money management system (not a system that tells you who to bet on). It doesn’t take the personal handicapping out of the equation but it does organize your wagers in a way to hopefully minimize losses and grind out profits.

Each series will follow a betting amount of x, 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x, and 12x. For me x = 0.5 units, so the highest possible play would be 6 units (12x). The goal is to win 2 bets as quickly as possible. Once you win your second bet or complete your 6th bet (whichever comes first… hopefully the 2nd win) you go on to your next series.

I will be running an NBA player prop series and a college basketball series (this will be separate series). My goal is to slowly grind out profits to increase my bankroll for college football season where I make my most money. I will still be making my Bet Online 3PM plays and those will be non-system plays. This is for 2 reasons: 1. The juice is so high in those plays that it doesn’t really work with the system, and 2. Those plays have been hitting at a high enough percent that I don’t feel like I need this system for them.

Please follow me on twitter to get all these plays. The majority of the college basketball plays will be live and the NBA player prop plays will be a combination of pregame and live (with the pregame plays being announced first on my patreon).

Please let me know if you have any questions and let’s make some money!

System Tracking Sheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/165NcxufYFKn5VvfaN4b2rPVizCRr3Nj9YEQ9qpR0Wvc/edit?usp=sharing

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