Can you explain your method in more detail.
I bet on dozens, and I use a 9 step up as you lose progression.
What is your total bankroll for this ?
10 session bankrolls of 66 units being a lifetime bankroll of 660 units.
How much of it for your bankroll do you use for your first stage ?
First stage is 3 rounds each stopping with a 38 unit win target or 28 unit loss. Here I could theoretically win 114 units or lose 84 units.
Second stage is 2 rounds each stopping with a 23 unit win target or a 43 unit loss. Here I could theoretically win 46 units or lose 86 units.
Third stage is 1 round stopping with a 14 unit win target or a 66 unit loss. Here I could theoretically win 14 units or lose 66 units.
How many spins do you actually bet in your 500 spins ?
Bets are placed on about 75% of total spins.
500 spins takes about 5x 3hours = 15 hours in a Bricks and Mortar ( B&M) casino .Do you really bet for all that time ?
My method suits the personal permanence principle, so sessions can be carried forward and completed whenever convenient.
What do you mean by level selection ?
As stated I play the dozens, so for this a level selection is one that wins 12/37 attempts in the long run taking into account all the volatility and variance one can expect from a 12/37 scenario.
Thanks for that detailed explanation Trilo.
Your betting not confined to one visit is surprising since most of us talk about our " session" being one visit.
I am a bit puzzled about your 10 sessions each of 66 units when you talk about 3 rounds of possible 28 loss and 2 rounds with possible 43 unit loss and Third round with a possible 66 unit loss.
Do you mean a total loss of 66 units over the 6 rounds ? The first losing 28 units , the second losing 15 units and the third losing 23 units ?
If so what do you mean by a" round "- 37 perhaps ? And how many bets within your round and the values of your progression?
I am intrigued.