"In the 1980s and 1990s, the highest five-year divorce rates were reserved for women who had two partners. The effect was particularly strong in the 1980s, when these women had divorce rates of 28 percent, substantially higher than those of their peers who had ten or more sex partners prior to marriage (18 percent). Even in the aughts, women who had two partners had, at 30 percent, the second highest divorce rates in the table.
The highest five-year divorce rates of all are associated with marrying in the 2000s and having ten or more premarital sex partners: 33 percent. Perhaps it is not unexpected that having many partners increases the odds of divorce. The greater surprise is that this only holds true in recent years; previously, women with two partners prior to marriage had the highest divorce rates."
There is a correlation between higher numbers of pre-marital sexual partners and future divorce, but the chance of divorce doesn't increase with the number of partners. But as the graph suggests, the most promiscuous people suffer the highest divorce rates.
So yes, the success of future relationships is dependent on having some standards when it comes to match making and sexual choices. Married people who had no pre-marital sex with any of their partners enjoyed the lowest divorce rates.