With the recent surge of users on Premierbet Malawi Aviator; we keep seeing many Facebook and Twitter posts about whether there’s a strategy of some sort for the Aviator game. We haven’t seen any definite answers to this which pushed us to answer this, using a program that compiles the results and gives you an idea of different strategies and numbers to try on Aviator.

With the recent surge of users on Premierbet Malawi Aviator; we keep seeing many Facebook and Twitter posts about whether there’s a strategy of some sort for the Aviator game. We haven’t seen any definite answers to this which pushed us to answer this, using a program that compiles the results and gives you an idea of different strategies and numbers to try on Aviator.

A few definitions for the aviator strategy will be mentioned;

Instloss: Any number between 1.00 and 1.04. When the plane flies away early.

Cooldown: Waiting for an Instaloss to occur.

Bait: Numbers that incite you to wager higher.

Anomaly: Disproportionately huge number.

So the first thing to understand, there is some degree of rigging in this game, not that it’s cheating. What we mean is how the computer decides when to stop flying. This mainly functions with how much money the “computer” gains and how much it loses by giving it to players. This is one of the factors how it decides how much that multiplier will increase during a session.

So IN GENERAL, if the computer gave out a decent amount of money where almost all the players are consistently winning, you can expect an Instaloss any time soon. The Aviator computer simply has to take some money from the players to balance things out.

3 Aviator Situations to keep an eye out for

If there are consistent wins in a row for almost all players you can expect an Instaloss sometime soon

If everyone cashed out and the number keeps rising to an ANOMALY level, do not even consider that number as legitimate. Since everyone cashed, out that number has no meaning, this is pure bait to get you to play the next round.

If everyone cashed out and you see those 1 or 2 guys with MK500 bets watching that number going over 50x, or 100x, or 1000x, this is also BAIT. The Aviator is essentially saying “See how these 2 are getting rewarded for waiting? You should’ve held longer”. The reward the Aviator gives to these 2 guys outweighs completely what it will take from everyone else, so it can afford to reward those 2 people as it is still making money off everyone else who cashed.

It’s important to pay attention to what is being bet and what is being won/lost by other Aviator players, and also pay attention to when the last time or times an Instaloss occurred.

If the game is rigged are those statistics even worth anything? Well, excellent question, here’s the thing. Being that the way the Aviator decides what the multiplier will purely depend on the behavior of the people waging. The chance of one room betting DRASTICALLY differently from another room is extremely low. This means that the data that will be presented is based partly on a statistical analysis of the numbers that come out mixed with the behavior of the people playing. So that means the statistics give a good insight into how to play the safest long-term game.

How do I avoid or save myself from the situations you mentioned above?

For number 1, simply don’t bet, and hold out until an instaloss occurs, often 2 instalosses can occur in a row, so wait out one more until you keep betting. Playing Cooldown. For number 2, it simply ignores the fact that 600x just happens and doesn’t let that excite you or get to your head. Number 3 is simply being observant of what people made, and generally accepting the next bet at a lower multiplier than the average you’ve observed for that game.

Here are some Aviator findings.

The instloss rate between 1.00 to 1.04 is: 3.7%

The chance to hit between 1.05 to 1.15 is: 7.9%

The chance to hit between 1.16 to 1.25 is: 5.6%

The chance to hit between 1.26 to 1.35 is: 6.6%

The chance to hit between 1.36 to 1.45 is: 3.5%

The chance to hit between 1.46 to 1.55 is: 3.4%

The chance to hit between 1.56 to 1.65 is: 4%

The chance to hit between 1.66 to 1.75 is: 3.2%

The chance to hit between 1.76 to 1.85 is: 3.6%

The chance to hit between 1.86 to 1.95 is: 2.1%

The chance to hit between 1.96 to 2.05 is: 1.6%

The chance to hit between 2.06 to 2.15 is: 2.1%

The chance to hit between 2.16 to 2.25 is: 1.7%

The chance to hit between 2.26 to 2.35 is: 1.7%

The chance to hit between 2.36 to 2.45 is: 1.2%

The chance to hit between 2.46 to 2.55 is: 1.5%

The chance to hit between 2.56 to 2.65 is: 1.7%

The chance to hit between 2.66 to 2.75 is: 1.1%

Chance to hit 1.01 and over: 95.4%. On the loss to make money back, you need to win 100 bets in a row at that rate(0% chance) or you x100 your next stake.

Chance to hit 1.05 and over: 91.7%. On the loss to make money back, you need to win 20 bets in a row at that rate(18% chance) or you x20 stake your next stake.

These numbers are based on over 1000 results. THE REST OF THE % OF NUMBERS are anything over 2.75, however, those are so risky that I did not include them because the point of the strategy will be slow and steady exponential growth, we ignore any higher values.

The chance of 2 Instalosses occurring from a statistical point of view is under 0.02%. However they seem to happen a lot more than 0.02%, this is where the game is rigged and how the computer gets back some of the money.

So what’s the Aviator strategy?

This depends on how much you’re playing with, but being that this is a slow and steady long-term strategy your bet will depend on how much you’re playing with. Let’s say you have an MK10,000 balance, you want to do either MK3000 or MK4800 bets.

Let’s say you are betting MK3000 @ 1.05 with a 92% win rate. Now while this 92% win rate is statistical, it does not put into account the 3 mentioned factors because we don’t know/don’t have the statistics on what decision the aviator computer makes, it’s overly complex. So the more you respect and pay attention to the 3 situations described above, the closer you are to that 92%. If you lose you want to make that money back. So for the 1.05 rate, you have 2 choices to make that money back.

You need to win the next 20 bets at 1.05 with that same bet to make your loss back with an 18% chance of that happening.

Your next bet has to be x20 the last one at 1.05 and you only need to win once with that 92% win rate.

Obviously, in this situation, the 2nd choice is better, but for betting at higher multipliers the former might be better. This is because if you’re playing at 1.50 and you lose, you only need to win 2 times with the same bet at 1.50 or you only have to x2 your stake and win 1.50. The chances for these are different from 1.05, but it’s riskier overall to play at 1.50.

The amount you bet is roughly making sure that, if you lose, you can afford to multiply that bet to make back your money. If you’re playing with MK20, 000 at 1.05, with MK3000 bets. You don’t have the money to 20x your next bet. If you can’t afford the multiplier, this means you’re betting way too high for the size of your stack and you should lower your bet amount. So for MK30, 000 bets of MK5000 are a good choice. For example, your balance is MK30,000 and you’re making MK3000 bets @ 1.05. So if you lose, you need to x20 your bet to get back your money. That means you need to bet MK50, 000 which you don’t have

Okay, where’s the exponential part of the Aviator strategy?

Now, if you’re betting the same MK3000 in our hypothetical situation, your gains are linear because you’re making x1.05 only EVERY WIN. So what do you do? Depending on your risk-taking ability you wanna increase your bet by a mere 1 to 5% per win. I usually chose a 1 or 2 cents increase per win, so my 5% gain every time is slightly increasing.

Okay but this will take forever. Doing it this way is exponential, if you know what an exponential graph looks like, the first 100 values in this situation are very low, and then it starts sharply increasing.

Why the small increases though, why not double my bet every time? The reason you don’t do sharp increases in your bets is that when you lose, you want to multiply your next bet depending on what rate you’re playing, if you increase your bet amount too fast, you will not be able to stomach that multiplier, it will be bigger than what you have in your stack. This is the best way to get cleared out in 2-3 consistent Instalosses.

How do I avoid an Aviator instaloss?

The instaloss is the single most crippling thing that can happen. Try your best to avoid these as much as possible, they’re extremely costly. Pay attention to when the last one happened, if one hasn’t occurred in a while, I suggest you don’t bet at all for the next few rounds. Pay attention to what is being bet, won, and lost. We usually wait until an Instaloss occurs and one more round after that instaloss in case 2 in a row occur. Once those pass we feel safer to go back to betting.

At 1.05, winning 20 bets in a row is an 18% chance. 10 bets in a row is a 39% chance. 5 bets in a row is a 62% chance. Keep this in mind, the longer you’re hot streaking the more it is likely that you will eventually lose, so win 3-4 bets and stop, assess the situation, then make a decision again.

Aviator Strategy Summary

Pay attention to the wins/losses of others

Ignore big numbers when everyone cashed out.

Pay attention to when the last instaloss occurred.

Don’t get baited by the rewards of those people with small bets that are x300.

Do not deviate from one-time risky bets, this is how you ruin your exponential curve.

Patience, patience, patience

Bigger balance = bigger bets = bigger earnings for a given multiplier.

Hope you all take something from this Aviator strategy and make some money, with the given numbers and theory, make your educated decisions and win!

## A few definitions for the aviator strategy will be mentioned;

**Instloss: Any number between 1.00 and 1.04. When the plane flies away early.**

**Cooldown:** Waiting for an Instaloss to occur.

**Bait:** Numbers that incite you to wager higher.

**Anomaly:** Disproportionately huge number.

So the first thing to understand, there is some degree of rigging in this game, not that it’s cheating. What we mean is how the computer decides when to stop flying. This mainly functions with how much money the “computer” gains and how much it loses by giving it to players. This is one of the factors how it decides how much that multiplier will increase during a session.

**So IN GENERAL**, if the computer gave out a decent amount of money where almost all the players are consistently winning, you can expect an Instaloss any time soon. The Aviator computer simply has to take some money from the players to balance things out.

## 3 Aviator Situations to keep an eye out for

- If there are consistent wins in a row for almost all players you can expect an Instaloss sometime soon
- If everyone cashed out and the number keeps rising to an ANOMALY level, do not even consider that number as legitimate. Since everyone cashed, out that number has no meaning, this is pure bait to get you to play the next round.
- If everyone cashed out and you see those 1 or 2 guys with MK500 bets watching that number going over 50x, or 100x, or 1000x, this is also BAIT. The Aviator is essentially saying “See how these 2 are getting rewarded for waiting? You should’ve held longer”. The reward the Aviator gives to these 2 guys outweighs completely what it will take from everyone else, so it can afford to reward those 2 people as it is still making money off everyone else who cashed.

It’s important to pay attention to what is being bet and what is being won/lost by other Aviator players, and also pay attention to when the last time or times an Instaloss occurred.

If the game is rigged are those statistics even worth anything? Well, excellent question, here’s the thing. Being that the way the Aviator decides what the multiplier will purely depend on the behavior of the people waging. The chance of one room betting DRASTICALLY differently from another room is extremely low. This means that the data that will be presented is based partly on a statistical analysis of the numbers that come out mixed with the behavior of the people playing. So that means the statistics give a good insight into how to play the safest long-term game.

## How do I avoid or save myself from the situations you mentioned above?

For number 1, simply don’t bet, and hold out until an instaloss occurs, often 2 instalosses can occur in a row, so wait out one more until you keep betting. Playing Cooldown. For number 2, it simply ignores the fact that 600x just happens and doesn’t let that excite you or get to your head. Number 3 is simply being observant of what people made, and generally accepting the next bet at a lower multiplier than the average you’ve observed for that game.

## Here are some Aviator findings.

The instloss rate between 1.00 to 1.04 is: 3.7%

The chance to hit between 1.05 to 1.15 is: 7.9%

The chance to hit between 1.16 to 1.25 is: 5.6%

The chance to hit between 1.26 to 1.35 is: 6.6%

The chance to hit between 1.36 to 1.45 is: 3.5%

The chance to hit between 1.46 to 1.55 is: 3.4%

The chance to hit between 1.56 to 1.65 is: 4%

The chance to hit between 1.66 to 1.75 is: 3.2%

The chance to hit between 1.76 to 1.85 is: 3.6%

The chance to hit between 1.86 to 1.95 is: 2.1%

The chance to hit between 1.96 to 2.05 is: 1.6%

The chance to hit between 2.06 to 2.15 is: 2.1%

The chance to hit between 2.16 to 2.25 is: 1.7%

The chance to hit between 2.26 to 2.35 is: 1.7%

The chance to hit between 2.36 to 2.45 is: 1.2%

The chance to hit between 2.46 to 2.55 is: 1.5%

The chance to hit between 2.56 to 2.65 is: 1.7%

The chance to hit between 2.66 to 2.75 is: 1.1%

Chance to hit 1.01 and over: 95.4%. On the loss to make money back, you need to win 100 bets in a row at that rate(0% chance) or you x100 your next stake.

Chance to hit 1.05 and over: 91.7%. On the loss to make money back, you need to win 20 bets in a row at that rate(18% chance) or you x20 stake your next stake.

These numbers are based on over 1000 results. THE REST OF THE % OF NUMBERS are anything over 2.75, however, those are so risky that I did not include them because the point of the strategy will be slow and steady exponential growth, we ignore any higher values.

The chance of 2 Instalosses occurring from a statistical point of view is under 0.02%. However they seem to happen a lot more than 0.02%, this is where the game is rigged and how the computer gets back some of the money.

## So what’s the Aviator strategy?

This depends on how much you’re playing with, but being that this is a slow and steady long-term strategy your bet will depend on how much you’re playing with. Let’s say you have an MK10,000 balance, you want to do either MK3000 or MK4800 bets.

Let’s say you are betting MK3000 @ 1.05 with a 92% win rate. Now while this 92% win rate is statistical, it does not put into account the 3 mentioned factors because we don’t know/don’t have the statistics on what decision the aviator computer makes, it’s overly complex. So the more you respect and pay attention to the 3 situations described above, the closer you are to that 92%. If you lose you want to make that money back. So for the 1.05 rate, you have 2 choices to make that money back.

- You need to win the next 20 bets at 1.05 with that same bet to make your loss back with an 18% chance of that happening.
- Your next bet has to be x20 the last one at 1.05 and you only need to win once with that 92% win rate.

Obviously, in this situation, the 2nd choice is better, but for betting at higher multipliers the former might be better. This is because if you’re playing at 1.50 and you lose, you only need to win 2 times with the same bet at 1.50 or you only have to x2 your stake and win 1.50. The chances for these are different from 1.05, but it’s riskier overall to play at 1.50.

The amount you bet is roughly making sure that, if you lose, you can afford to multiply that bet to make back your money. If you’re playing with MK20, 000 at 1.05, with MK3000 bets. You don’t have the money to 20x your next bet. If you can’t afford the multiplier, this means you’re betting way too high for the size of your stack and you should lower your bet amount. So for MK30, 000 bets of MK5000 are a good choice. For example, your balance is MK30,000 and you’re making MK3000 bets @ 1.05. So if you lose, you need to x20 your bet to get back your money. That means you need to bet MK50, 000 which you don’t have

## Okay, where’s the exponential part of the Aviator strategy?

Now, if you’re betting the same MK3000 in our hypothetical situation, your gains are linear because you’re making x1.05 only EVERY WIN. So what do you do? Depending on your risk-taking ability you wanna increase your bet by a mere 1 to 5% per win. I usually chose a 1 or 2 cents increase per win, so my 5% gain every time is slightly increasing.

Okay but this will take forever. Doing it this way is exponential, if you know what an exponential graph looks like, the first 100 values in this situation are very low, and then it starts sharply increasing.

Why the small increases though, why not double my bet every time? The reason you don’t do sharp increases in your bets is that when you lose, you want to multiply your next bet depending on what rate you’re playing, if you increase your bet amount too fast, you will not be able to stomach that multiplier, it will be bigger than what you have in your stack. This is the best way to get cleared out in 2-3 consistent Instalosses.

## How do I avoid an Aviator instaloss?

The instaloss is the single most crippling thing that can happen. Try your best to avoid these as much as possible, they’re extremely costly. Pay attention to when the last one happened, if one hasn’t occurred in a while, I suggest you don’t bet at all for the next few rounds. Pay attention to what is being bet, won, and lost. We usually wait until an Instaloss occurs and one more round after that instaloss in case 2 in a row occur. Once those pass we feel safer to go back to betting.

At 1.05, winning 20 bets in a row is an 18% chance. 10 bets in a row is a 39% chance. 5 bets in a row is a 62% chance. Keep this in mind, the longer you’re hot streaking the more it is likely that you will eventually lose, so win 3-4 bets and stop, assess the situation, then make a decision again.

## Aviator Strategy Summary

Pay attention to the wins/losses of others

Ignore big numbers when everyone cashed out.

Pay attention to when the last instaloss occurred.

Don’t get baited by the rewards of those people with small bets that are x300.

Do not deviate from one-time risky bets, this is how you ruin your exponential curve.

Patience, patience, patience

Bigger balance = bigger bets = bigger earnings for a given multiplier.

Hope you all take something from this Aviator strategy and make some money, with the given numbers and theory, make your educated decisions and win!

## A few definitions for the aviator strategy will be mentioned;

**Instloss: Any number between 1.00 and 1.04. When the plane flies away early.**

**Cooldown:** Waiting for an Instaloss to occur.

**Bait:** Numbers that incite you to wager higher.

**Anomaly:** Disproportionately huge number.

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So the first thing to understand, there is some degree of rigging in this game, not that it’s cheating. What we mean is how the computer decides when to stop flying. This mainly functions with how much money the “computer” gains and how much it loses by giving it to players. This is one of the factors how it decides how much that multiplier will increase during a session.

**So IN GENERAL**, if the computer gave out a decent amount of money where almost all the players are consistently winning, you can expect an Instaloss any time soon. The Aviator computer simply has to take some money from the players to balance things out.

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## 3 Aviator Situations to keep an eye out for

- If there are consistent wins in a row for almost all players you can expect an Instaloss sometime soon
- If everyone cashed out and the number keeps rising to an ANOMALY level, do not even consider that number as legitimate. Since everyone cashed, out that number has no meaning, this is pure bait to get you to play the next round.
- If everyone cashed out and you see those 1 or 2 guys with MK500 bets watching that number going over 50x, or 100x, or 1000x, this is also BAIT. The Aviator is essentially saying “See how these 2 are getting rewarded for waiting? You should’ve held longer”. The reward the Aviator gives to these 2 guys outweighs completely what it will take from everyone else, so it can afford to reward those 2 people as it is still making money off everyone else who cashed.

It’s important to pay attention to what is being bet and what is being won/lost by other Aviator players, and also pay attention to when the last time or times an Instaloss occurred.

If the game is rigged are those statistics even worth anything? Well, excellent question, here’s the thing. Being that the way the Aviator decides what the multiplier will purely depend on the behavior of the people waging. The chance of one room betting DRASTICALLY differently from another room is extremely low. This means that the data that will be presented is based partly on a statistical analysis of the numbers that come out mixed with the behavior of the people playing. So that means the statistics give a good insight into how to play the safest long-term game.

## How do I avoid or save myself from the situations you mentioned above?

For number 1, simply don’t bet, and hold out until an instaloss occurs, often 2 instalosses can occur in a row, so wait out one more until you keep betting. Playing Cooldown. For number 2, it simply ignores the fact that 600x just happens and doesn’t let that excite you or get to your head. Number 3 is simply being observant of what people made, and generally accepting the next bet at a lower multiplier than the average you’ve observed for that game.

## Here are some Aviator findings.

The instloss rate between 1.00 to 1.04 is: 3.7%

The chance to hit between 1.05 to 1.15 is: 7.9%

The chance to hit between 1.16 to 1.25 is: 5.6%

The chance to hit between 1.26 to 1.35 is: 6.6%

The chance to hit between 1.36 to 1.45 is: 3.5%

The chance to hit between 1.46 to 1.55 is: 3.4%

The chance to hit between 1.56 to 1.65 is: 4%

The chance to hit between 1.66 to 1.75 is: 3.2%

The chance to hit between 1.76 to 1.85 is: 3.6%

The chance to hit between 1.86 to 1.95 is: 2.1%

The chance to hit between 1.96 to 2.05 is: 1.6%

The chance to hit between 2.06 to 2.15 is: 2.1%

The chance to hit between 2.16 to 2.25 is: 1.7%

The chance to hit between 2.26 to 2.35 is: 1.7%

The chance to hit between 2.36 to 2.45 is: 1.2%

The chance to hit between 2.46 to 2.55 is: 1.5%

The chance to hit between 2.56 to 2.65 is: 1.7%

The chance to hit between 2.66 to 2.75 is: 1.1%

Chance to hit 1.01 and over: 95.4%. On the loss to make money back, you need to win 100 bets in a row at that rate(0% chance) or you x100 your next stake.

Chance to hit 1.05 and over: 91.7%. On the loss to make money back, you need to win 20 bets in a row at that rate(18% chance) or you x20 stake your next stake.

These numbers are based on over 1000 results. THE REST OF THE % OF NUMBERS are anything over 2.75, however, those are so risky that I did not include them because the point of the strategy will be slow and steady exponential growth, we ignore any higher values.

The chance of 2 Instalosses occurring from a statistical point of view is under 0.02%. However they seem to happen a lot more than 0.02%, this is where the game is rigged and how the computer gets back some of the money.

## So what’s the Aviator strategy?

This depends on how much you’re playing with, but being that this is a slow and steady long-term strategy your bet will depend on how much you’re playing with. Let’s say you have an MK10,000 balance, you want to do either MK3000 or MK4800 bets.

Let’s say you are betting MK3000 @ 1.05 with a 92% win rate. Now while this 92% win rate is statistical, it does not put into account the 3 mentioned factors because we don’t know/don’t have the statistics on what decision the aviator computer makes, it’s overly complex. So the more you respect and pay attention to the 3 situations described above, the closer you are to that 92%. If you lose you want to make that money back. So for the 1.05 rate, you have 2 choices to make that money back.

- You need to win the next 20 bets at 1.05 with that same bet to make your loss back with an 18% chance of that happening.
- Your next bet has to be x20 the last one at 1.05 and you only need to win once with that 92% win rate.

Obviously, in this situation, the 2nd choice is better, but for betting at higher multipliers the former might be better. This is because if you’re playing at 1.50 and you lose, you only need to win 2 times with the same bet at 1.50 or you only have to x2 your stake and win 1.50. The chances for these are different from 1.05, but it’s riskier overall to play at 1.50.

The amount you bet is roughly making sure that, if you lose, you can afford to multiply that bet to make back your money. If you’re playing with MK20, 000 at 1.05, with MK3000 bets. You don’t have the money to 20x your next bet. If you can’t afford the multiplier, this means you’re betting way too high for the size of your stack and you should lower your bet amount. So for MK30, 000 bets of MK5000 are a good choice. For example, your balance is MK30,000 and you’re making MK3000 bets @ 1.05. So if you lose, you need to x20 your bet to get back your money. That means you need to bet MK50, 000 which you don’t have

## Okay, where’s the exponential part of the Aviator strategy?

Now, if you’re betting the same MK3000 in our hypothetical situation, your gains are linear because you’re making x1.05 only EVERY WIN. So what do you do? Depending on your risk-taking ability you wanna increase your bet by a mere 1 to 5% per win. I usually chose a 1 or 2 cents increase per win, so my 5% gain every time is slightly increasing.

Okay but this will take forever. Doing it this way is exponential, if you know what an exponential graph looks like, the first 100 values in this situation are very low, and then it starts sharply increasing.

Why the small increases though, why not double my bet every time? The reason you don’t do sharp increases in your bets is that when you lose, you want to multiply your next bet depending on what rate you’re playing, if you increase your bet amount too fast, you will not be able to stomach that multiplier, it will be bigger than what you have in your stack. This is the best way to get cleared out in 2-3 consistent Instalosses.

## How do I avoid an Aviator instaloss?

The instaloss is the single most crippling thing that can happen. Try your best to avoid these as much as possible, they’re extremely costly. Pay attention to when the last one happened, if one hasn’t occurred in a while, I suggest you don’t bet at all for the next few rounds. Pay attention to what is being bet, won, and lost. We usually wait until an Instaloss occurs and one more round after that instaloss in case 2 in a row occur. Once those pass we feel safer to go back to betting.

At 1.05, winning 20 bets in a row is an 18% chance. 10 bets in a row is a 39% chance. 5 bets in a row is a 62% chance. Keep this in mind, the longer you’re hot streaking the more it is likely that you will eventually lose, so win 3-4 bets and stop, assess the situation, then make a decision again.

## Aviator Strategy Summary

Pay attention to the wins/losses of others

Ignore big numbers when everyone cashed out.

Pay attention to when the last instaloss occurred.

Don’t get baited by the rewards of those people with small bets that are x300.

Do not deviate from one-time risky bets, this is how you ruin your exponential curve.

Patience, patience, patience

Bigger balance = bigger bets = bigger earnings for a given multiplier.

Hope you all take something from this Aviator strategy and make some money, with the given numbers and theory, make your educated decisions and win!