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What is your SAFEST & BEST one bet?
« on: Yesterday at 04:35:47 PM »
This is food for thought. Lets say you walk into a casino with $1000. What is your safest & best one bet to play yet with a nice payout for a win? For example a bet on red/black could have you lose half your money.

- You could bet 525 black / 475 red and go up +50 if you hit black. a zero wipes you out.

- a 50u bet on all 11 double streets. you could gain +50 if you hit someplace in the middle. a zero or end streets could devastate bankroll.

- a 350u bet on each of the two dozens (700u total) and a 300u on the last dozen could gain +50 if you it on the 350 dozen.

Sorry to interrupt :) Im just thinking out loud in hopes to spark new ideas.


 
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Reyth

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Re: What is your SAFEST & BEST one bet?
« Reply #1 on: Yesterday at 04:49:45 PM »
I don't think 1-bets are "safe".  I believe in the safety of progressions.  So the goal is to design the least expensive progression that pays out the most with the highest percentage chance of hitting.

Btw, I think this is the key to successful system design as well! :D

Your question also relates to surfing/scrapping skills where bet amounts & selections are manipulated in synch with the random sequential flow.  I have seen that King Jesper is very good at this; of course he isn't the only one that I know of either... :D
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Re: What is your SAFEST & BEST one bet?
« Reply #2 on: Yesterday at 10:13:47 PM »
even i know a single number can sleep for over 455 spin, i still think that a single number bet is the best bet to make. with a small progression a repeater is always around the corner.
but again i still would't play it myself that way.
 
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