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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Small wins per session
« Last post by MickyP on Yesterday at 08:50:35 PM »
Micky
my question was really designed to point out the dangers of negative progressions- and how they reduce the stake size - without having a large bankroll. Progressions escalate dramatically .
Progressions escalate; that's what they do.

In my example above I used 50 units as a daily win goal. Divide that by 10 sessions and you get a win goal of 5 units per session. Are you telling me that winning 5 units a session is difficult? Remember you are working with a bankroll of 200 units. 5 units is a very small % of that.

As stated I'm not advocating a method of play. I am looking at managing bankroll and growing it to suite your method of play. In other words, your starting bankroll should be sufficient enough for you to play your method and win your session target for X sessions a day to make your daily target. By breaking your daily win target down to small targets you can manage your play much better. This way you compel yourself to leave the table when your session target is reached. Most players never leave the table when they should and they end up losing.

I relate to B/M tables with this concept and am not sure how you would approach it playing from a PC. Maybe you could share some ideas for the benefit of other PC players.

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" with an adequate capital to resist the bank "
And what amount of capital would that be ?

Of course it's a ridiculous idea but my reason for posting was more to make a point of historical reference.

Personally I think the best way of playing 35 chips is to use Victor's parachute which I have attached for anyone unaware.

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Casino Lounge / Re: Spin history as a tool.
« Last post by Reyth on Yesterday at 08:14:18 PM »
There is nothing wrong with bias in probability and it doesn't require a physical cause.
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Small wins per session
« Last post by scepticus on Yesterday at 07:51:32 PM »
Micky
my question was really designed to point out the dangers of negative progressions- and how they reduce the stake size - without having a large bankroll. Progressions escalate dramatically .
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Casino Lounge / Re: Spin history as a tool.
« Last post by scepticus on Yesterday at 07:45:10 PM »
Perhaps, Mike , you are being facetious in all your points ?
No. Mike, I don't need to know the Cause  of the event because I am using maths . The fact that you don't understand that speaks volumes as to your knowledge of roulette.
What you fail to understand is that I am NOT referring to different events from a single spin. The Blocks refer to events over FOUR spins. 
The nine Blocks are ABOUT succeeding spins though they need not be successive. ..
Please tell me why , in the absence of zero, there is a GUARANTEED 3 correct in the four if they are not linked ?
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Small wins per session
« Last post by MickyP on Yesterday at 06:57:29 PM »
There is not at all any higher risk, that is no sense. If we use a casino demanding a few dollars as min bet, we may see an other problem with a demanding  high bank . I can lose a couple of spins, as long the target number(s) hit at any time I am home.  I have been standing  real bad runs like a street sleep a long time which with other methods should have been at high expense.

It does not matter if the losing spins are on an eleven number bet or less, the point is to end with a plus a hit on the right bet at any time, the other bets delay the downdrawn rather than increase the risk.

The bet size is constant on almost every spins, and the numbers bet are reduced over the session.

I got 1592 sessions won with just one loss, which in deed build up the bank. I avoid to chip up, as that stage in fact reduce the power of the bank.
Jesper, the minimum bet is for a single placement on inside bets. Minimum bet for outside bets are higher, at least in our casinos. Betting minimum on a dozen is R100 here and inside bets are R10. If I play dozens I place R10 on the two double street within the dozen for a total of R20. That's a fifth of the minimum bet.

If you are happy with your game play then great for you. As long as you hit your daily win target and grow your bankroll.

I have a few different methods of play and when I'm at the table I decide which method to play for that session. The next session is played on a different table and I may use a different method but I also may use the same method for the whole day.

Chipping up should not be seen as weakening your bankroll but rather limiting your exposure at the table. Chipping up is how your bankroll grows. You decide when it is safe to chip up. If you start with 200 units at R10, that's R2000 cash. Now if you only want to chip up when you have enough to buy 400 units of R25 you need to have built your bankroll to R10000.

You should not change your daily chip win goal. If for example your daily win goal is 50 units (this goal is always in units and not cash) and you play ten sessions a day then the win goal of each session is five units (10×5=50). Your total goal for each day is 50 units.
Cash value of different size chips is as follows:
50 × R10 = R500
50 × R25 = R1250
50 × R50 = R2500
50 × R100 = R5000

I hope you understand the power of chipping up.

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Casino Lounge / Re: Spin history as a tool.
« Last post by Mike on Yesterday at 06:15:48 PM »
LOL !!!
Anyone who plays roulette  uses VB  , Mike ?  Really ?

lol, scepticus, it seemed to go right over your head that I was being facetious.

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So I need to know the Cause of  the Winning Number to guess what it might be ? I disagree. What a strange idea.

No, it's not a strange idea if you want your guess to be anywhere near accurate. The fact that you seem unable to understand this speaks volumes.

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If there are Guaranteed to be 3 correct results in 4 - no matter the outcomes- then they must somehow be linked . Mustn't they ? And if they are linked then they cannot be independent of each other , can they ?

What you fail to understand is there are two kinds of independence going on in roulette. What you're referring to is the dependence between different events in a single spin, and this is how you're using your nine blocks system. If I know, for example, that a red number has hit then I can infer that it is more probable that it is a number in column 3-36, rather than a number in column 2-35, because there are only 4 reds in the latter but 8 reds in the former. Obviously, these "events" are linked, so they are not independent - there is a connection between red and columns.

But the type of dependence which matters is the dependence between SUCCESSIVE SPINS, because you can only bet before the next spin, not after it, lol. There is NO link or connection between one spin and the next as there is between events considering only one spin. Surely that's obvious? There are 37 degrees of freedom between one spin and the next, your nine blocks do not reduce or constrain this freedom by one iota.
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Small wins per session
« Last post by MickyP on Yesterday at 06:15:34 PM »
and the bets on five DS, Micky P are ? for  a total of ?
Worthwhile ?

If you go back a few posts you will pick up that I was responding to ShadowBlue about an incorrect reference to the double street system. I have not suggested a specific system to build a bankroll with but if I had to do this I would recommend Palestis New System Single Dozen.
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Roulette Strategy Discussion / Re: Small wins per session
« Last post by Jesper on Yesterday at 05:52:32 PM »
There is not at all any higher risk, that is no sense. If we use a casino demanding a few dollars as min bet, we may see an other problem with a demanding  high bank . I can lose a couple of spins, as long the target number(s) hit at any time I am home.  I have been standing  real bad runs like a street sleep a long time which with other methods should have been at high expense.

It does not matter if the losing spins are on an eleven number bet or less, the point is to end with a plus a hit on the right bet at any time, the other bets delay the downdrawn rather than increase the risk.

The bet size is constant on almost every spins, and the numbers bet are reduced over the session.

I got 1592 sessions won with just one loss, which in deed build up the bank. I avoid to chip up, as that stage in fact reduce the power of the bank.

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