I am going to quote 2 of your earlier posts (because this is how I've been playing). Then I will return to your answer above.
Both of the following quotes relate to your RULE #1 of your Red Flags, which states:
RULE #1: "If the same dozen appears more than 3+ times immediately preceding the trigger (it's a sign of anomaly that can affect the rest of the dozens)."
Palestis Reply #5
Yes 3+ repeats preceding the trigger, is a cause of concern. All you have to do is wait idle a few more spins, to break the streak.
This tells me, after a sequence such as:
Then, we WAIT 3 more spins BEFORE choosing our first trigger. So, if the following 3 spins AFTER the LLL streak were a VALID TRIGGER (no matter if it had an L in it or not), then we SKIP the first trigger and proceed to the SECOND trigger.
I understand that attention to detail and exactness of action, is important to you, and that's good.
Yes you are right. I said in past posts that if there is a sequence of the same dozen for 3+ spins in a row, we skip the very first trigger that comes along. But I specified ( or at least what I meant), a trigger immediately following the streak without new numbers interruptions
. Which happen to be the very first 3 numbers that formed a trigger exactly after the streak
BUT if a few numbers passed by, after the streak, WITHOUT FORMING A TRIGGER, then you don't have to skip the first trigger you encounter further down, and wait for the second. The exception is if the 3 numbers immediately after the streak form a trigger XXY where X and Y were not numbers that belonged in the streak.
In this case we can bet the first trigger even if it follows immediately after the streak.
Example-1: 12,10, 5, 22,23,35.
Yes in this case we can play after the very first trigger 22,23,35, even if it followed the LLL streak.
Because neither 22,23 were part of the LLL streak, and neither the target H dozen was part of the streak.
Example-2: 12,10,5,31,32,4. In this case WE SKIP THE FIRST TRIGGER. 31-32-4.
Because the target dozen is the L. (and that was the dozen that was in the streak. That's the most important rule
). it makes sense not to chase something that was already in a streak by itself.
Example-3: 12,10, 5, 30, 4,8. The trigger is 30,4,8 and the target is the H. But since 4,and 8 were numbers from the streak we skip this trigger. (this is not a rule as strong as the rule in example -2.
But I would skip it. If another player wanted to proceed with this trigger it's ok and up to his discretion. It's not a strong departure from the rule because the target dozen is not the dozen that was in the streak).
Example-4: 12,10,5,30,22,7, 32,35,. The very first trigger after the LLL is 7- 32- 35,
In this case we bet the 1ST TRIGGER. No need to skip it and look for the 2nd trigger.
Because after the LLL the new numbers broke the streak and things are back to normal.
Example-5: Trigger is 31,32,20. if after the first 2 bets we get 33,34 we stop and only lose 2 spins. Because after an XXY if the first 2 spins are again XX it indicates some type of anomaly. So better save the money that was going to go to the 3rd spin (which is the most expensive out of the 3 progressive bets).
I think I made it a little more clear now.
If in my tests I didn't follow this exact procedure, take it as a mistake.
I may not pay too much attention, simply because no matter how you do it, there should never be too many back 2 back losses. Like more than the already rare 3.
Let me know if it is more clear now.