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Win at next double hit!!
« on: December 17, 2017, 02:38:25 PM »

Win at next double hit!!

I have played around with this problem. Whatever bets we
do, they can delay long before a hit, and a double hit
will come at some future spin.

It can never be foolproof, for example a DS can wait for 90 spins, and
it is not sure a hit is coming soon after the first.

Evertime I have tried this, it has been working, as long the
bank has units, and the table limit is not reached.
As I did it using 1 cent table which allow very wide spread,
it has never been a problem.

The problem is it takes a lot of spins to win very small.
I have adjust it today to not need a double hit, it can be a
miss or two before the hit to reach new higher balance, but
still the winning is modest. The risk is low, but it  can
happen we lose the shirt even here, if a real bad streak
comes.

If we play straight ups, on one number it can wait
some 1000 spins before a double hit. Not common but
possible.

If we use DS we start with one chip, and spin until a hit.
We calculate the current difference in the balance since
last new high. We divide the difference with 5 and add 1.

This is the next bet size, which we run until next hit.
Any time two hits comes very close, we are on new higher
balance.

Be prepared to run some hundred spins, getting some chips!!

It is in a way Pluscoup adopted to inside bets, and we have not a static method of rising the bet,
it depends of the situation, we will if a hit rapid be on higher balance.


 
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Re: Win at next double hit!!
« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2017, 02:44:23 PM »
It's a very good idea,Jesper,  as long as you got these double hits more frequent then basic probability dictate.  If you can predict - that's a way to do!!!
 

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Re: Win at next double hit!!
« Reply #2 on: December 17, 2017, 03:13:17 PM »
Last play, used straight ups, splits, streets and DS. 368  spins and 126 units won.

We allways can move the bets, even if some are frustrated by a hit on the just moved, it is better in the longer run, to bet on chances we think are the hottest.
« Last Edit: December 17, 2017, 03:16:09 PM by Jesper »
 
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Re: Win at next double hit!!
« Reply #3 on: December 17, 2017, 04:08:04 PM »
A 170 spins session reaching  107 u.  This was on streets and the divisor of 10  plus 1 was used.
Meaning if the diff between last high and current is for example 110 we  bet 12 next time. 
I use to have 35 on straight ups, and 16 on splits.

Mr Perfect stated this works if we predict better than average statistic probability. It works even if we do not reach that level. If we could be better than the probability and in other world have a positive value of the expectation, and it not were close to sure, we should NOT use this method, rather bet millions of low variance bets, the time would be with us, and the winning is not in the short run it is in the long.
 
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Re: Win at next double hit!!
« Reply #4 on: December 19, 2017, 11:40:37 AM »
I rely big time in rase of unit after hit... mistakes with such thing is costly... you really need these extra hits if you want to maintain bank requirements reasonable.
 
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Re: Win at next double hit!!
« Reply #5 on: December 20, 2017, 05:19:45 PM »
To stand on plus, we naturally need to win more than lose, not rocket science!
 
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