So you have tested the Guetting progression ?
I don't remember you saying that. I'm sure that it doesn't. The question is, of course,
how many it does or doesn't.
I have believed that there is a certain mind set or logic that people automatically
gravitate to in the persuit of a gaming system. And the nature of what that is, is
almost elusive enough to not be able to define it.
Certainly it seems easy to see that "up as you lose" methods appeal to the methodological
ease and certainty of return. And the idea of an up as you win method seems like a
Another piece that may be a little easier to define is a simple fact that when you pick
any methodology of picking a bet, eventually the train is going to go into a free wheel
run. And that that is the specific problem with all methods.
I know this sounds simple and basic. But I have found that identifying a problem is the
easiest way to fix it. So on that point alone, I don't think that that position is that difficult
to stay away from. It seems like "comfortable" ways to pick bets is kind of easy. And just
avoid those bad runs.
To that end, from the "bad thinking" paradigm that I mention, the beginning of
a solution would be to alter how you are picking bets to not get into long losing streaks.
Sounds simple, I know. But just think about the idea of, say, playing a martingale on
the "last result". It's pretty good system. Let say you're good for a run of 10. That
hardly ever happenes. When it does, it JUST WON'T LET GO. So using that simple ananlogy,
as you could use it on a chop that never ends, staying out of those situations is what is needed.
The point I am making is that locking into a certain mechanical loop that doesn't change
is disaster. But tossing in some modification occasionally seems to make short work of
those bad runs that are few and far between. Yeah I know. The fickle finger, and all that.
But locking down no matter what the strategy is the beginning of what logic just tells us
And always by the time we get to the next "conclusion", without noticing that's where you
wind up. Like a magnet.