I'm just doing some figuring based on some of the things Talos mentioned.

That post will be updated as I figure out and try new things.

I think I may have it figured out.

If I am correct, I understand why he says that failure is due to the player; the calculations are meticulous (ranges & ratios) to continuously maxmimize the advantage.

If I am correct, he has created a way to simplify the calculations through the number of bets he makes so it can be easily done mentally by just tracking the number of spins.

If I am correct, his system is based on the fact that increasing the number of bets creates a higher success/payout rate than simply raising with the bet selection remaining static.

Also, if I am correct, he utilizes a unique skill of REDUCING his bets and numbers selected when he wins which ALSO requires meticulous calculation (ranges & ratios). If I am correct, I think this hidden method of "negotiation" recovery is the true genius of his system.

Also, if I am correct, I think he is basing his figure of 260 spins & 1400 bank balance required on the fact that he MUST get some guaranteed hits along the way and that he simply is facing successive streaks of prolonged losses in between the guaranteed wins. After 100,000 recorded spins he has never faced anything close to this but he admits that it is possible and when it should happen he will only lose 1400 after having gained many hundreds of thousands.

I need to play around some more with it and hopefully I can simply make a softwares that will do all the maths for me.

This betting method kind of reminds me of this jellyfish:

Knowing the "jellyfish method" alone is not enough, we need to always calculate the ranges & ratios in order to survive the very tough times that do come.

Because like he says in the first CANON:

I encourage you to go back in matemathics and forget "hot" and "cold" numbers, or sectors,

and

handle just the money you got as a bankroll. That is the key.