How to win on Aviator and is it possible at all, those are the questions that many players have. We can safely say that it is absolutely possible to win on Aviator, but to do so you have to be really focussed on following your strategy. Many people start with a good strategy, but at some point they think they can win more money, start to make bigger stakes, and eventually lose more than they gained. Closely following the strategy is the only way to win, simply because strategies are based on constant stakes and following certain patterns. One of things that can make you feel more comfortable while playing is the percentage of money returned to players, which is 97%, meaning that of all bets made, just 3% stay in the casino, everything else is back in players hands. Combine that fact with the fact that most players are casual players with no plan, and those players usually lose their money really fast, and you will realize that others that follow some strategy will certainly be on the winning side.

Look at this example: If you have 10 players that each invest 10$, and just one loses everything, that is already 10% money kept by the casino. To come back to 97%, other 9 players have to make a profit of 7$, and that means that each of them can make some profit around 0.8 eur each, which makes it 8% profit for each of them. So for each player being reckless and throwing money away, you will have 9 players making potential profit.

## Win Big With These 5 Strategies

There are too many strategies available for Aviator, and it is simply impossible to address each one of them. Every player will have his own twist on some general strategy and will have his theory of what worked well for them. You should also closely follow all of your games and write down any changes you made, so you can analyze if some changes brought more profit or inflicted some more losses. Never rely on your mind alone, write down any deposit you make, and the stakes, wins, and losses, along with the profit at the end of the day. It is the only way to make a strategy that is best suited for you and your style of playing. Because of all the variations, we decided to group strategies by their similarities and their risk factor into these 5 big groups:

**Low-Risk Strategy**

**Medium Risk Strategy**

**High-Risk Strategy**

**Two concurrent bids Strategy**

**Using Other Betting Systems**

### Low-Risk Strategy

As its name says, this strategy will most likely bring you profit and if played well there is almost no risk of going bankrupt. Some guidelines have to be followed:

- You should play on multipliers no bigger than 1.30 because that way you will have longer winning streaks than losing ones. It will very rarely happen to have a streak of multipliers lower than 1.30 that is longer than 3 rounds.
- Try to avoid consecutive low multipliers that are under 1.05. Those consecutive ones happen from time to time, and it is best to stop playing if they didn’t happen for some time, wait for consecutive ones to happen, and then continue playing. This way you will improve your chances over the casino because those are the situations and multipliers that most of the casino profit is coming from.
- Keep your stakes constant, and don’t make them higher than 5% of your total playing budget. If they are much bigger than that, you will narrow your maneuver space and longer losing streaks can put you in uncomfortable situations of being close to bankruptcy. When stakes are under 5%, you can even afford to lose 20 rounds in a row, which is almost impossible to happen.
- The budget for Aviator has to be only the amount you can afford to lose. Never deposit more money than what you can lose without impacting your life, goal of Aviator is to have fun and not to make you feel miserable.

### Medium Risk Strategy

Medium risk strategy is a strategy for players that want more profits, and also more exciting games. They should try to catch multipliers in the range from 2.00 to 3.00, but those strategies need a bit higher budget than low-risk ones. It is simply about the frequency of these multipliers happening, a multiplier of 2.00 will appear in a bit under 50% of the rounds played. Therefore 5 or 6 rounds out of 10 will be lost, and that means that the losing streak can be even 6 rounds. If the budget is too small, or the stakes are too high, a few longer streaks like this one can deplete your budget quickly. Even more demanding are multipliers near 3.00 that happen in less than 33%, and that means 7 out of 10 rounds would be lost. That makes a losing streak longer than 7 rounds very possible.

For 2.00 multipliers, the only way to come out as a winner is by playing the Martingale strategy, but for that, you have to have a budget of at least 255 times bigger than your initial investment. That means stakes should be around 0.4% of your budget. That also means that after every round won you will have a profit of 0.4%, which can seem very low to many. But never forget that profit is profit and it’s always good to make it no matter how low it is.

### High Risk Strategy

A high-risk strategy is designed for players that really like to take big risks by hunting high multipliers of 100 and over. It is really impossible to manage this by just playing randomly, so let us at least give you some suggestions in order to improve your chances. Since 100+ multipliers happen once in 60-90 minutes, the best idea is to wait for the first big one like that, and then to wait for 90 minutes before you start to play. Be careful, if a 100 or bigger multiplier appears before 90 minutes expire, you have to restart your waiting and start to wait another 90 minutes again. That way you will improve your chances to catch the high multiplier before you bust your budget. Also, try to keep your stakes around 2% of your budget so you can have some 50 rounds to play before you lose it all.

### Two Concurrent Bids Strategy

*Since in Aviator, you can place two bets on the same flight you can try to use that to your advantage. You can try to use one bet that will be cashed out on a lower multiplier, to cover both stakes. We have to be sure that the multiplier chosen by the game will be surely bigger than our safety cash-out multiplier, so we should start playing this strategy after we see that two consecutive low multipliers happened. Then we can use a multiplier of 1.05 for the first bet, and to use a stake 20 times lower as a second bet. Once we cash out the first bet the winning money will equal both stakes and everything earned by the second bet will be pure profit. *

*If our first stake was 20$ then the second one has to be 1$, so after we cash out the first one we will earn a total of 21$ which equals the amount we put in this bet. So if we catch a multiplier of, for example, 3.00, with a second one total win for the second one will be 4$, and all 4$ will be a profit of your combined bet. *

### Using Other Betting Systems

All of these systems are more like strategies to improve your chances and to avoid losing money by playing totally randomly. But one strategy, that we mentioned already among medium-risk strategies, is actually a strategy where winning is a sure thing. Of course, that is Martingale’s strategy which is designed in a way where we always double our stakes all until we win one round. To be effective we have to play on multipliers of 2.00 (or bigger, but that makes longer losing streaks more possible and lower our chances long term). For a multiplier of 2.00 half of the rounds will be over and half of the rounds will be under that multiplier. That means, theoretically, 5 out of 10 rounds will be won and 5 will be lost. Be careful because the distribution of wins and losses can be totally random, and 5 consecutive losses have pretty decent chances to happen. Let’s check the table where we can compare the length of losing streaks, with the budget needed to cover them:

Round |
Stake |
MoneySpent Until the Winning Round |
Total Payout When Round is Won |
Total Profit |

1 |
1$ |
1$ |
2$ |
1$ |

2 |
2$ |
3$ |
4$ |
1$ |

3 |
4$ |
7$ |
8$ |
1$ |

4 |
8$ |
15$ |
16$ |
1$ |

5 |
16$ |
31$ |
32$ |
1$ |

6 |
32$ |
63$ |
64$ |
1$ |

7 |
64$ |
127$ |
128$ |
1$ |

8 |
128$ |
255$ |
256$ |
1$ |

You can see from the table that with a base stake of 1$, losing a streak of 5 rounds will cost you 31$, and to be able to play the next round you would need an additional 32$. That means that you have to have a budget of 63$ to be able to support a losing streak of 5 rounds. Be careful that this type of strategy is not allowed in many casinos, so before you start to play, check the casino rules.

## What is the Most Profitable Betting Strategy

There is no unique answer about what is the most profitable strategy for the Aviator. It largely depends on your expectations, your style of playing, and on your budget. Of course, the Martingale strategy has the biggest success rate, but you have to adapt it for the aviator because stakes of 1$ will make it impossible to play streaks bigger than 5 without going over the limit set up by a game of 100$. That’s why you would have to go with a lower base stake, which will make your profit smaller, and that is maybe not what some players want. Those that want a more rapid climb in profit definitely have to look for some more attractive ones, such as high-risk strategies. But with those, they have to be extremely careful and not become too greedy because there is very little space for mistakes in high-risk strategies.

That’s why we said in the beginning, to keep a record of your games, test all of the strategies for some time, and see what’s working best for you, what makes financial sense, and also what keeps you entertained. Only when you test and analyze everything you can know what is the most profitable strategy for you.