Only bet on draws when the probability is above 2.618
Increase your betting stake in a way that follows the Fibonacci sequence: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21 etc.
Looking at data from the 2011/12 Premier League, there were 93 draws in 380 games – therefore 24.5% of all games ended in a tie.
There are eight games in the Premier League on Boxing Day, with the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United all in action
Here, football betting experts Jon Black, Andy Schooler and David John run the rule over all the matches while there are also links to each individual match guide which includes team news
Watford lost two of their three meetings against Crystal Palace last season, including a 1-0 defeat at Vicarage Road in the league.
Palace have played Watford twice before on Boxing Day in their history, winning 2-0 in 1949 but losing by the same scoreline in 1952.
Troy Deeney scored all three of Watford's competitive goals against Crystal Palace last season.
Deeney is currently on a run of 10 appearances without a goal for Watford. He hasn't gone 11 successive apps without a goal (in all comps) for the Hornets since October 2011.
Crystal Palace have won only six league games in 2016 - this is their joint-lowest tally of league wins in a single calendar year (in the Football League system), level with 1962 and 1973.
The Eagles have the lowest points-per-game average of any Premier League or Football League side in 2016 (0.72).
Winning and Gambling with fibonacci sequences.
Fibonacci exists in many things in gambling and there are very few people that notice too.
Betting sequence with Fibonacci
More people are figuring it out today and it works best in the game Roulette. People have came up with fibonacci sequences in this game. The Roulette is most famous when using fibonacci.