The Boxer is both a concise and potent progression. It limits the amount of net risk at any given point to a paltry 1 unit, while delivering a hefty 8 unit net profit on just a 4 win window of results. The Boxer predominately employs ‘’up as you win’’, with some use of ‘’re-betting’’ of losing bets.

Winning bets progress 1a to 2a, 2a to 2b, 2b to 3b, and 3c back to 3b. Note: Winning 3b completes the series. Losing bets progress (1a remains at 1a) 2a back to 1a, 2b back to 2a, 3b to 3c and 3c back to 1a to start over.

The Boxer is a good progression for environments that will regularly produce either short streaks, or close knit groups of wins.

Here are a few examples….

1. -1, +1, +2a, -2b, +2a, -2b, -2a. (2 coups resulting in -2)

2. -1, -1, +1, +2a, -2b, +2a, +2b, -3b, +3c, +3b. (3 coups resulting in +6)

3. -1, +1, +2a, +2b, -3b, -3c. (2 coups resulting in -2)

4. +1, +2a, -2b, +2a, +2b, +3b. (1 coup resulting in +8)