Rinad, Amen! Everything you just said is true in my opinion. Furthermore , I see it as a guaranteed win! It's not if, but when....another reason I like 2's is because what most refer to as " terrible twos"' because they appear so often, I refer to as money in the bank.....picture this....
A PLAYER, has a solid method/ system, but needs a strong recovery trigger. Here you now have one, you can Waite and measure the average distance between normal appearances, and stretch it out even a little further, say, 6 times that a bound 2, did not appear to break up the flow of 3's and beyond. This is a very solid place to start an aggressive recovery. If it fails to appear, you can stay with this bet with little to worry about, it will be out in the next few attempts at most, and even in the worst case scenario, you can always put it through a new divisor and carry on from there.
I personally use a method that goes something like this.....
A best of 7 series was a complete loss, flat betting,
Debt = - 7 units
I now apply a divisor of 3.
Next bet I lay will still be a 1 unit base bet until I win. Only after a plus one (+1), do I employ a divisor.
If I hit the win at that level, I am now -3 overall, so I am at a fork in the road, I can ....
A) rebalance and carry on with base bet and new divisor of 1.5, or...
B) leave my divisor bet amount out there for the next betting opportunity along with my winnings and parlay the next available attempt at the terrific 2's. A pattern that is even more prevalent than even the 3's. On a win I am now,
Net 9 units, bringing my new balance from a -7, to a +3.
Of coarse on a loss of the divisor attempt at 3 units I record the result and carry on back to base bet of 1 unit.
I can assure you that you do not miss the parlay for any long length of time.
Your aggression can revolve around your bank balance at the time.
NOW, for the good stuff......
I hedge most of these basic conditions, with different conditional score sheets. It works well as long as you know that your play will always end in a loss in one of the conditions that are harmoniously making money together, unless you begin to close each one out slowly, as they each reach a plus one or more balance. It is not as tricky as my rambling makes it sound.
Damn, I love this game! Best of luck, juice