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    CS:GO Betting with the Martingale System. Found a website that it works on!

    Campaign code: ***CSGONORGE*** (Gives you 500 credits to start with)



    www.csgodouble.com



    A few days ago i wrote about the Martingale System. I have now found a site where it works completely, since you get double back when you win.

    1. Press "Free Credits" and write in "CSGONORGE" Which gives you 500 credits to start playing with.

    2. Play 50 on either black or red.
    3. If you lose you double to 100. If you lose you double to 200. If you lose you double to 400 etc.
    4. When you win, you start at 50 again.


    You can of course play with as much as you want, but bear in mind you must be able to double it several times.


    I think the site is quite new, when you get it in it is flawless, but it has a high pressure right now, so it is a bit hard to come in at times.

    Campaign code: ***CSGONORGE*** (Gives you 500 credits to start with)

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