This martingale or rising Martin Yung is a variant of Paroli.
The principle of the martingale of Martin Yung is a Paroli with a progressive decrease of the number of shots to play with losses.
It is assumed on the basis of Paroli of 5 that is to say 5 shot winners. If we fall on our five winning shots our bets will be made as follows: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16. The final gain is therefore 31 (32- initial bet of 1).
If we lose from the first bet, we lose 1 unit. In the next shot we're going to bet 2 units but we will cover only a Paroli of 4.
At each move lost we increase our bet following the normal progression of Paroli but we are decreasing our target of 1.
A poor series, this martingale Martin of Yung also reach limits with a runaway fast updates and reaching too quickly put ceiling.
Gains can be large and once winner of 5, you make profit.
Example of martingale of Martin Yung :
Example 1 :
Example 2 :